An iFixit teardown of Apple's Verizon iPhone 4 exposes a new Qualcomm chip and a redesigned antenna, among other changes to the erstwhile AT&T-only phone.
The AppleInsider blog says it's gotten wind of a "hybrid iPhone," due in the third quarter of 2010, that would work on both GSM and CDMA (hear that, Verizon?).
The iPhone's 64-bit chip is not a "gimmick" after all, says Qualcomm in an embarrassing U-turn.
A new processor spearheads the chipmaker's 4G LTE ambitions in China.
We're just a day away from Apple's "Let's Talk iPhone" event. CNET talks you through some of the things to expect at tomorrow's presentation.
A new analyst note from J.P. Morgan puts the kibosh on an iPad 3 hitting store shelves this year, while also predicting that Apple will be releasing two iPhone models before year's end.
App registration codes pulled by a developer show a single device with unique mobile network identifiers belonging to Verizon and AT&T, TechCrunch says.
Images leaked from the iOS 5 SDK show double the resolution of the current iPad, leading some to believe that the next iPad could sport a high-resolution 2,048x1,536 Retina Display.
References to an iPad3,1 and iPad3,2 have been uncovered in the firmware of Apple's new iOS 5, according to tech site TUAW.
New reports point to laundry list of features coming to iPhone 5 prototype that's on way to trial productions. Included are bigger screen, faster processor, new antenna design, NFC chip.