The N94 is an Apple prototype that could be the cheap version of the next iPhone, while a metal iPhone 5 is also waiting in the wings.
We're in the middle of an exciting news cycle: Amazon is going after Apple's tablet business with its $199 Kindle Fire. And Apple is hosting a big iOS press announcement on October 4. How are the companies squaring off? Join Rafe and a panel of CNET experts to discuss.
The next-generation iPhone, codenamed N94, has surfaced in Apple's inventory list, according to 9to5Mac and other sources.
Reference to the much-rumored product uncovered by 9to5Mac in new beta of iOS5 given to developers.
Reports suggest Apple's Chinese manufacturer Foxconn is blasting out 150,000 phones per day -- that's 4.5 million iPhones in September.
A tipster has leaked information on an incoming 64GB iPhone, meaning more storage space for your movies, music, TV shows and apps.
Apple is resetting iTunes Match iCloud libraries on Monday 26 September, further hinting iOS 5 is ready. And that could mean iPhone 5.
This one's straight from the horse's mouth: Al Gore, a director on Apple's board, has revealed two new iPhones will launch next month.
Sources say Apple is readying a white iPod touch. Bad news if you wanted a spec boost, but good for complementing your white iPhone.
A pic has leaked purporting to show the inside of the iPhone 5. So what's new? A bigger battery and the same processor as the iPad 2.