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D Some important components used to build Apple Inc.'s iPhone 5 cost a little more than those of the phone's predecessor, owing to an improved display and a more-advanced main processor chip. Yet Apple was able to take advantage of lower costs on
The Verizon version of the iPhone 5, which went on sale Friday, comes with a secret and unexpected feature: it works on AT&T's network as well. Confirming blog reports, The Associated Press found that a Verizon iPhone 5 accepts an AT&T "SIM card" a
When the iPhone 5 was announced , it was clear to me that it was the product of obsessive refinement from Apple. The design wasn't dramatically different from the iPhone 4 and 4S, but at the same time Apple improved upon practically every aspect of
Monday morning Charlie Hufnagel, 24, has been camped out in front of Apple's flagship store in San Francisco. This morning he was the first in the bay area to buy the new iPhone 5. It feels like a massive burden has been lifted from my shoulders.
What do the most dedicated fans do as soon as they get their iPhone 5? EST, 21 September 2012 Fans have been standing in queues for days, anxious to get their hands on Apple's latest iPhone. So what do one set of fans do the moment they get the
P eople working in Zurich are able to afford the iPhone 4S, the quickest, after 22 hours of work. The working time required is ten times longer in Mexico City and Bucharest. In Indian cities, the working time is over three hundred hours to buy an
Text Size The Washington Post Apple's basic new iPhone costs the company just over $200 to make, according to a preliminary component report from analysis firm IHS iSuppli. The materials in the 16GB model of the phone, the firm said, cost Apple $199
The new Apple iPhone 5 has just made it's debut to rave reviews, not least because the new model is significantly lighter and with a bigger screen that the previous model. AFP/Getty Images Apple's new iPhone 5, left, in a side-by-side comparison with
Despite some complaints that the iPhone 5 was a boring update, early reviews for the phone are overwhelmingly positive, praising its thin and light design, fast processor and LTE 4G speeds, and larger 4-inch display. The glowing reviews aren't too
Though at first glance the iPhone 5 looks just like an iPhone 4S that has been stretched like toffee, there's a lot more to it. We'll come back to the new software on the iPhone next time it's the new hardware you want to hear about first, right?...