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Apple in 2017: A Look Back at the iPhone X, iMac, and More

For those who follow Apple and buy up the company's products with each new release, 2017 was a hallmark year. Those folks got their hands on the "next generation" of Apple iPhones, have had the opportunity to buy the most powerful Mac ever released, and have seen the spaceship campus that will play host to its creations for the next few decades. Apple also ended the year with promises for big things in 2018, including a new smart home speaker and a Mac Pro that could outperform its new iMac Pro.

Apple Announces iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus—The Biggest Advancements in iPhone History

September 9, 2014—Apple® today announced iPhone® 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the biggest advancements in iPhone history, featuring two new models with stunning 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Retina HD displays, and packed with innovative technologies in an all-new dramatically thin and seamless design. The new iPhones feature a precision unibody enclosure of anodized aluminum that conforms seamlessly with the shaped glass of the display, resulting in a completely smooth and continuous surface. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are engineered to be the thinnest ever, delivering a bigger display in a design that is still comfortable to hold and easy to use.

Introducing the Galaxy Collection

After the phenomenal success of the Galaxy S4, the crowds at the Samsung Premiere 2013 were eager to see what was next. The Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Zoom made their debut at the event, which was hosted by Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury. The new devices offer the same elegant design aesthetic and useful functionality as the original Galaxy S4.
As well as having innovative smart features like Sound & Shot, S Health and Group Play, each new version of the Galaxy S4 has been crafted to meet specific needs, from active outdoor types to those who love to take and share photos instantly.

Apple Introduces iPhone 5

September 12, 2012—Apple® today announced iPhone® 5, the thinnest and lightest iPhone ever, completely redesigned to feature a stunning new 4-inch Retina™ display; an Apple-designed A6 chip for blazing fast performance; and ultrafast wireless technology*—all while delivering even better battery life.** iPhone 5 comes with iOS 6, the world's most advanced mobile operating system with over 200 new features including: the all new Maps app with Apple-designed cartography and turn-by-turn navigation; Facebook integration; Passbook® organization; and even more Siri® features and languages.

Apple Launches iPhone 4S, iOS 5 & iCloud

October 4, 2011—Apple® today announced iPhone® 4S, the most amazing iPhone yet, packed with incredible new features including Apple's dual-core A5 chip for blazing fast performance and stunning graphics; an all new camera with advanced optics; full 1080p HD resolution video recording; and Siri™, an intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just by asking. With the launch of iPhone 4S also comes the launch of iOS 5, the world's most advanced mobile operating system with over 200 new features; and iCloud®, a breakthrough set of free cloud services that work with your iPhone, iPad®, iPod touch®, Mac® or PC to automatically and wirelessly store your content in iCloud and push it to all your devices.

Apple Launches iPad

January 27, 2010—Apple® today introduced iPad, a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening to music, playing games, reading e-books and much more. iPad's responsive high-resolution Multi-Touch™ display lets users physically interact with applications and content. iPad is just 0.5 inches thick and weighs just 1.5 pounds— thinner and lighter than any laptop or netbook. iPad includes 12 new innovative apps designed especially for the iPad, and will run almost all of the over 140,000 apps in the App Store. iPad will be available in late March starting at the breakthrough price of just $499.

iPhone 3G S Reviews

10th June 2009

Aiseesoft News - The new model of iPhone, the iPhone 3G S is Apple's biggest unveiling at its annual conference for software developers after co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs absent until his medical leave. Learn More>>

iPod nano updated, elongated, and nano-chromatic

26th September 2008

The worst-kept secret of today's Apple Let's Rock iPod event was the newly updated iPod nano. Apple officially let the cat out of the bag today, sharing all the details. The new iPod nano is taller, and also turns out to be the thinnest iPod ever made. It's available in a record nine colors, and you get two models to choose from - an 8GB version for $149, and a 16GB version for $199. The battery will hook you up with 24 hours of music or 4 hours of video. The nano now has an included accelerometer, which allows it to sense if you are holding it in portrait or landscape mode, so it can then change the screen orientation accordingly. That same accelerometer also gives rise to a new "Shake to Shuffle" feature. It's exactly what it sounds like. If you don't like what you are listening to, shake the nano, and you get a new random track. You can order the new iPod nano now at the online Apple Store, or pick one up at a physical location as they arrive over the next few days.

Apple iPod touch 2G

26th September 2008

The iPod touch used to be the second fiddle device to the iPhone. It looked like an iPhone, only a bit goofier, like it was made with leftover parts. With the new generation, however, Apple has staked a new flag in the sand and declared the Apple iPod touch 2G it's own distinct device, with its own benefits and shortcomings. Foremost among these, the new iPod touch 2G is maniacally thin, much thinner than the Apple iPhone 3G. The entire body seems more polished, with a more definite sharpness and steep curve to the edges. It's taken the new iPod nano aesthetic to the larger touchscreen form.
Best of all, it does almost everything the iPhone 3G can do. There's no cellular radio and no GPS sensor, no Bluetooth for handsfree, but that's about it. Most of the games and apps, and all of the e-mail and productivity tools work great on the iPod touch 2G, and because you're relying on Wi-Fi for browsing, it feels even faster than its cellular cousin. The iPod touch looks great playing movies, and handles just as smoothly as the iPhone does on its best days.

Sprint's Samsung Instinct: At Last, a Decent iPhone Competitor

17th September 2008

Samsung's Instinct may be the best stab at the coveted title of iPhone killah this CTIA. The 3.1-inch touchscreen phone has localized haptic feedback, plus three hard navigation keys. If it sounds familiar, it's because we've seen versions of it before, but only in Korea. Mind you, this is not the LG Prada-ripoff Samsung F480, which had a much smaller touchscreen.
The Instinct rocks EV-DO Rev A and GPS, in both cases besting what's in the fruit phone. And then content and app wise, Sprint's own wares are basically swapped in for Apple's: Sprint Music Store, Navigation, TV, Visual Voicemail and a full HTML web browser—everything except a la carte music included in the $100 monthly subscription fee. EVERYTHING. On top of that, its customizable homescreen is amazing (and actually customizable, unlike other similar phones). You can check out all of the iPhone-like attributes in our 20-screenshot gallery. We'll be getting our fingerprints on one shortly, but in the meantime, there are more pics and hard data after the jump, uhhhh, fool.

02 launch the first pay-as-you-go iPhone 3G

1st September 2008

A pay-as-you-go iPhone 3G will be launched later this month, allowing customers to use the device without subscribing to a long-term contract for the first time.
The prepay handset will be available from September 16, priced at an eye-watering £349.99 for the 8 gigabyte version and £399.99 for 16 gigabytes.
Although the initial outlay is steep, analysts say it will appeal to customers who want to stay in control of their spending, and those who make few phone calls.
They have also predicted that it will top the Christmas best-seller lists as teenagers clamour to have the latest technology now they, or their parents, are not required to sign-up to a contract.
It will also suit those who are reluctant to lock themselves into an expensive 18-month deal when the economic future is so uncertain.
Ben Wood, head of research at technology analysts CCS Insight, said: "This is huge. I think we'll see people queuing up outside the stores for it. People are increasingly nervous about locking themselves into long term commitments especially in the light of the current economic downturn.

Apple, O2 to release PAYG iPhones this month

1st September 2008

O2 will release the iPhone 3G on a pay-as-you-go tariff on 16 September, the carrier has just announced.
The 8GB version of the phone will cost £350 - just £50 less than the 16GB model. It'll be sold by O2, Carphone Warehouse and Apple.
O2 said that the purchase price includes a year's unlimited browsing - an "excessive usage" policy still applies - after which buyers will have to cough up £10 a month for it. Or upgrade to the next iPhone, if the line continues to be refreshed annually.
Apple's iPhone 3G: on PAYG next month
Unlimited Wi-Fi is included for the first 12 months after activation too.
The handset will come with a SIM initially linked to O2's Favourite Place tariff, which is pitched at callers using their mobile from a given location - they get free calls to other O2 mobiles and UK landlines.
O2 said buyers will be able to switch tariffs - if they don't, their call time will depend on how much they top up their account each month: 500 minutes if they pay £10-14; £15-29 a month yields 1000 minutes; spending more than £30 gives unlimited minutes.

4th Generation iPod Nano Case 'In the Wild'

1st September 2008

Engadget Spanish has found an actual case for the unreleased 4th Generation iPod Nano at the IFA 2008 expo. The case resembles the circulating rumors of the taller/rounded iPod Nano that is expected for release in September.
The case is by Hama and is a Sport Case specifically labeled "for iPod nano 4G".
Word of a taller case were first reported by iLounge. Kevin Rose later added a more details including a mockup photo. Other 4G iPod Nano cases have been seen online but this is the first time it has been physically spotted in the wild.