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  • News: Steve Jobs wanted to 'destroy' Android

    According to Steve Jobs' official biographer, Jobs wanted to destroy Android for its 'grand theft' of the iOS operating system.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Hammertime

    A surprising source introduces an untouchable search engine, an Apple Store manager makes an exception for one little kid, and can you really put a price tag on the iPhone 4S? The remainders for Thursday, October 20, 2011 are too legit to quit.

  • News: Siri security flaw leaves the iPhone 4S insecure

    iPhone 4S owners are being warned to check their handset's settings in order to close a security hole in Siri.

  • News: BlackBerry losing sway in enterprise, study finds

    Enterprise users, who have long been RIM's firewall against the iPhone and Android devices, are increasingly jumping ship.

  • News: Inside the iPhone 4S: Is It a Work of Art?

    Apple spared no expense putting together the iPhone, even on the internal design and materials used. But don't drop it.

  • News: Researchers discover keyboard keylogger attack via iPhone

    A research team from the Georgia Institute of Technology says it has discovered a keyboard keylogger attack that can be done through a compromised Apple iPhone.

  • News: Apple misses iPhone sales targets

    Apple today reported near-record revenues, saying that it had sold 17 million iPhones and 11.1 million iPads in the third quarter.

  • News: Lookout Releases Mobile Security App On iOS

    Lookout, already a well known name among Android enthusiasts, is looking to give iPhone users a hand when it comes to protecting their mobile data.

  • News: Apple Stores Require iPhone 4S Shoppers 'Reserve' Phone Online

    Eager iPhone 4S shoppers need to log onto Apple.com the night before buying the phone at their local Apple store so they can "reserve" their purchase for the next day. The unusual approach to iPhone 4S sales is to prevent lines and disappointed shoppers at Apple Stores as the newest iPhone 4S continues to break sales records.

  • News: iPhone 4S hits 4 million mark

    Apple sold over four million units of the iPhone 4S in the three days after its launch on October 14

  • News: Early iPhone 4S Problems

    According to Apple, the iPhone 4S is selling very, very well. But not everyone is having a smooth experience with Apple's latest handset. A handful of issues are causing problems for a subset of users.

  • News: iPhone 4S Sales Top 4 Million in First Weekend

    Apple's latest shiny gadget has proven enormously popular, even for an Apple device, with over 4 million units sold.

  • News: Learning to work with Auto Save

    One thing most of us--from novices to seasoned vets--have in common is a story, the one about the time we were working on a file but forgot to hit Save and then something happened and we lost all our changes. Eventually, it happens to everyone.

  • Video: Video: Apple consumers buy the iPhone 4S

    Dedicated Apple fans stood in line in downtown San Francisco to buy the newest iPhone, the IPhone 4S. It has a better camera than any previous iPhone, with 8 megapixels, which is why some decided to upgrade.

  • News: iPhone 4S Sells 4 Million in Just 3 Days

    Apple's new iPhone has been flying out of retail and warehouse shelves at an unprecedented rate. The company announced Monday morning that it has sold more than 4 million units of the iPhone 4S in just three days.

  • News: iPhone 4S sales top 4 million; 25 million iOS 5 upgrades

    Apple on Monday announced that it sold more than four million of its new iPhone 4S since the device went on sale on October 14. The company also announced that more than 25 million customers already upgraded to iOS 5 in that operating system’s first five days of availability, and more than 20 million customers signed up for iCloud.

  • News: Hack Brings Siri Voic Control to Older iPhone 4, Sort Of

    If you're wondering why you would ever want to jailbreak your iPhone, how about this: one hacker claims to have a rudimentary version of the Siri voice-enabled personal assistant running on an iPhone 4. Ireland-based hacker Steve Troughton-Smith, who uncovered the iPhone's Internet tethering capabilities in 2009, recently posted a screenshot of what he said was Siri running on his iPhone 4.

  • News: Samsung calls for ban on Apple iPhone 4S in Japan and Australia

    Samsung is seeking a ban on sales of Apple's iPhone 4S in Japan and Australia.

  • News: Apple's iPhone 4S selling for $2,000 in China

    Apple has as yet to launch its new iPhone 4S in China, but the device is already selling in Beijing's gray market at whopping prices of up to about US$2,000, reflecting the popularity of the iconic device in the country.

  • News: iPhone 4S London launch (VIDEO)

    Macworld editor Karen Haslam and iPad & iPhone User editor David Price were up at the crack of dawn this morning to catch the crowds of fans queuing outside the London Apple Stores to buy an iPhone 4S. Here's the video.



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