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First iPhone

  • First iPhones

    First iPhones
    On January 9, 2007 the late Steve Jobs put sneaker to Macworld stage to give one of the most incredible keynote presentations of his life - a life filled with incredible keynotes - and in the history of consumer electronics. There, he said he would be introducing a wide-screen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet device. But it wasn't three products. It was one product. We got it. It was the iPhone.
  • iPhone 3

    iPhone 3
    Apple has done something truly remarkable with its smartphones, something that other platforms like Android and Windows Phone can’t touch. That something is called longevity and it’s represented in two ways.
    One, the hardware. When you buy an iPhone, you know that you’re buying a phone that is not going to be overshadowed the next day, next week or next month by a better iPhone. If you buy a phone on another platform like Android, chances are, your phone is last-generation only a short time af
  • iPhone 4

    iPhone 4
    The iPhone 4 is no small thing to review. As most readers of Engadget are well aware, in the gadget world a new piece of Apple hardware is a major event, preceded by rumors, speculation, an over-the-top announcement, and finally days, weeks, or months of anticipation from an ever-widening fan base. The iPhone 4 is certainly no exception -- in fact, it may be Apple's most successful launch yet, despite some bumps on the road. We've already seen Apple and AT&T's servers overloaded on the first day
  • iPhone 4s

    iPhone 4s
    Nothing about 2011 was normal for Apple. Tim Cook had introduced the Verizon iPhone 4 at the beginning of the year and Apple had finally shipped the white iPhone 4 by spring. But unlike previous years, WWDC 2011 came and went with nary a mention nor a glimpse of a new iPhone. Steve Jobs went on medical leave again, and in August resigned as CEO. He passed away on October 5, 2011. Just the day before Apple's new CEO, Tim Cook, SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller, and other executives valiantly took th
  • iPhone 5

    iPhone 5
    The iPhone 5 is no jaw-dropper. It doesn't magnetically levitate beside your ear during phone calls, project HD movies on IMAX screens, or make you look years younger during FaceTime video chats. It is, however, a solid if unspectacular upgrade from the iPhone 4S. In short, it should be a hit with longtime Apple fans and new users alike.
  • iPhone 5c

    iPhone 5c
    The Apple iPhone 5C's official release date is here, bringing with it a new budget price tag for a near-top-end iPhone.
    The iPhone 5 is no more, and in the iPhone 5C you have a choice of five colours - white, red, yellow, blue and green - this time around along with the newly refreshed iOS 7 and LTE connectivity.
    But the real question is when and where can I get it? Fear not, we've rounded up all the details below so you have everything to hand.
    Although pre-order opened on 13 September, the
  • iPhone 5s

    iPhone 5s
    The iPhone 5S is Apple's latest flagship smartphone, one that tweaks and enhances the iPhone 5. With almost all of 2013's smartphone models revealed - except for the Nexus 5 - this is where Apple sets out its stall for the next year.
    The "S" models from Apple can seem a bit disappointing for those who upgraded the year before, but can the same be said for this latest 2013 upgrade? Does it match the hype for this model that saw more leaks than any previous iPhone? If you are an iPhone 4S user ju
  • Future iPhone 6

    Future iPhone 6
    The release date of the future iPhone 6 has been the subject of much speculation since last September’s release, the iPhone 5s, turned out to be an incremental update. Some industry analysts have suggested dates as early as June. But a recent report from the Japanese newspaper Nikkei claims that the iPhone 6 will launch “as early as September,” an estimate that is in line with the release dates of the last three iPhone models.