Today, ahead of their official earnings announcement later this month for the fourth quarter of the 2012 fiscal year, AT&T announced that the company has sold over ten million smartphones in Q4 alone with the “best-ever” iPhone and Android device sales.
Although reporting on Samsung products isn’t our forte on BestTechInfo, a new rumor caught our attention and it was just too good to pass up. Straight from South Korea, the latest in Samsung rumors is related to the company’s forthcoming Galaxy S IV (or Galaxy S4) smartphone.
Earlier today, Engadget reported that Deutsche Telekom’s CEO, Rene Obermann, announced at the company’s analyst event that the United States division of T-Mobile will start selling iPhones and iPads in 2013. Currently, of the four major US carriers, T-Mobile is the only one that doesn’t offer the iPhone. This is mostly due to deep-rooted incompatibilities between Apple’s […]
Originally discovered and publicized by BGR, a new service called AnoStyle allows customers to send in either their iPhone 5 or iPad mini to effectively change the color of the stock silver or slate anodized aluminum to something a bit more vibrant. The company currently offers iDevice aluminum anodization in either red, green, yellow, pink, […]
Today, a research firm called Kantar Worldpanel publicized their latest information and data pertaining to smartphone sales in the United States. According to the report, the market has seen a huge influx in Apple sales following the iPhone 5’s launch, which allows Apple to reclaim the lead from Google’s Android OS as the top mobile […]
Earlier this month, it was revealed that AT&T was extending iOS 6’s FaceTime-over-Cellular feature to customers on a “tiered data plan” who own “an LTE device”, i.e. the iPhone 5, 3rd Generation iPad and now the 4th Generation iPad and iPad mini. Now, according to Mac Rumors, AT&T is silently rolling out the now two […]
Today, AT&T revealed their latest scheme that involves Apple’s new FaceTime over cellular data feature for iOS 6. Announced through PRNewswire, AT&T will allow customers with “an LTE device” on a “tiered data plan” to use the new FaceTime feature – previously, the use of the service was restricted to customers with shared data plans.
Yesterday, both CNet and BusinessInsider, publicized a new print ad that Samsung has started running today in national papers. The not so cleverly titled “It doesn’t take a genius” ad not only blatantly mocks Apple’s in-store Genius Bar customer service model, but also touts their Galaxy S3 as being superior to Apple’s new iPhone 5. […]