While millions of anxious customers are patiently (or not so patiently) awaiting this friday’s iPhone 5 launch, BGR received unboxing photos of what is apparently the first post-production iPhone 5 unit. Despite the obvious authenticity of the new images, what’s unclear is how BGR’s source was able to obtain an iPhone 5 ahead of the […]
Today, a Chinese site by the name of Bolopad claims that the above images they publicized are of a legitimate iPad Mini – speculated to be announced at some sort of media event next month. Based on the recent physical mockups of the rumored iPad Mini, leaked parts for the still-theoretical device and the legitimacy […]
Earlier this afternoon, following today’s news of a record-breaking two million iPhone 5 pre-orders in less than 24 hours, Apple’s stock (AAPL – Apple Inc. NASDAQ) is up over 10.6 points (approximately 1.53%). This after-hours jump in Apple’s stock resulted in the price for shares exceeding $700 for the first time in the company’s history.
Early this morning, Apple issued a press release stating that the company received an astonishing two million pre-orders for the new iPhone 5 within the first 24 hours. Previously, the record for the most iPhones pre-ordered was held by the iPhone 4S – selling approximately one million the first day of availably. This year, Apple […]
Throughout the weekend, Apple started updating customers’ iPhone 5 orders and shipping certain units from China. When referring to past iPhone launches, it’s not uncommon for Apple to stagger shipments throughout the week prior to launch day and specify important holding instructions to the various delivery services they enlist to lessen the load on said […]
Earlier this afternoon, John Poole from PrimateLabs informed MacRumors that the first iPhone 5 was put to the test on Geekbench (a product of PrimateLabs, a well known and accredited benchmark tool). The results of the “iPhone 5,2″ (the nomenclature used by Apple to differentiate devices) are both surprising and astonishing. In the test, it’s […]
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. […]
Welcome to the hundred-and-fifth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the official iPhone 5, whether or not it’s worth it, the accuracy of the numerous leaks, iOS 6 GM (Gold Master), a new Jailbreak and more.