iPhone

Apple details GSM, CDMA iPhone differences

GSM-CDMA-iPhonesRecently a support document has been posted by Apple which has describes the differences between GSM and CDMA iPhones. Last week Apple, and Verizon, has released a CDMA iPhone 4. Earlier it has released only GSM iPhone models. Apple has published a support document to avoid expected confusion of users.

It has explained the basic differences between the GSM and CDMA versions of the iPhone.

Smartphone makers woo developers at trade show

SmartphoneAfter lot of buzz in the market, the mobile giant Nokia and software major Microsoft have decided to work together on the smartphone platforms. In Barcelona on Monday, both the companies have put software developers and the products collectively at the center of the stage at the annual Mobile World Congress.

Nokia and Microsoft join forces in race to beat Apple and Google in smartphone market

Nokia-Microsoft-iphoneNokia and Microsoft joined hands for building an iPhone competitor. This is the final attempt by the Finnish phonemaker’s to catch up with the pace of Google and Apple and check its own decline in the smartphone market.

Verizon iPhone greeted by shorter-than-expected lines

Verizon iPhone greeted by shorter-than-expected linesThe long-awaited Verizon iPhone on Thursday attracted shorter-than-expected lines of customers. Reports suggest that most of the Verizon Wireless and Apple Inc. stores saw only a handful of customers on the first day of Verizon iPhone’s release.

Verizon finally starts selling iPhone

Verizon finally starts selling iPhoneUS mobile phone operator Verizon finally started selling the iPhone, providing Apple fans with an option with respect to carrier.

Until the availability of the Verizon iPhone, network provider AT&T had been enjoying exclusive rights to sell the iPhone since it was launched in 2007.

uSamp survey says increase in new iPhone buyers’

Verizon-iPhoneAn online survey firm suggests reports of widespread defections from AT&T and majority of Verizon’s current Android and BlackBerry users are hit by iPhone fever. Research by uSamp (United Sample, Inc).

uSamp, which surveyed more than 700 smartphone users, suggests a land-office business at Verizon as users of Android phones from Google and Blackberry phones switch to iPhone.

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