iSuppli’s iPhone 4S Teardown Reveals A High Component Cost


iSuppli’s iPhone 4S teardown reveals a BOM and manufacturing cost of $196 for the 16GB model, which is just $3 less than retail price with a two year contract! However, the 32GB and 64GB variants have a combined BOM and manufacturing cost of $215 and $254, and that’s where Apple is really making a profit. iSuppli’s report describes the iPhone …

iPhone 4S: Siri And Dictation Review


This is my in-depth Siri and Dictation review for the iPhone 4S. In this video I discuss the iPhone 4S’ “personal assistant”, and I also give examples of how to use Siri and Dictation. Keep in mind that this video only scratches the surface of Siri’s capabilities! Check out my review after the jump:

What Really Happened To The iPhone 5

Since Apple didn’t release a redesigned iPhone this year, I’m writing this article to cover the story and sum up what is speculated to have happened to Apple’s elusive “iPhone 5″. It’s easiest to begin by discussing the iPhone 4S and how it came into the picture. The device was originally supposed to be released at WWDC 2011 along with …

In-Depth iPhone 4S Camera Review


This is my in-depth iPhone 4S camera review. In this video I highlight the camera’s strong points and weak points for both taking pictures and recording (1080p) videos! Check out my review after the jump:

The iPhone 4S Is Completely Sold Out Online Across U.S. Carriers


Apple has done it again, according to Businessweek, the iPhone 4S is completely sold out across U.S. carriers (AT&T, Verizon and Sprint)! Event though you can still order the iPhone 4S online, AT&T’s website says that new orders will ship within 3-4 weeks. As of now Verizon and Sprint aren’t displaying a time frame for new orders, but based on …

AT&T Is Working With Apple To Get The iPhone 4S To Display A 4G Indicator In The Status Bar


According to The Verge, AT&T is working with Apple to get a “4G” icon on the iPhone 4S instead of the current “3G” icon. This bold and somewhat deceptive move is most likely AT&T’s way of differentiating between their GSM iPhone and services from the competition (Verizon and Sprint). Even though the new 14 Mbps HSPA+ speeds technically aren’t considered …