Several online sites have been reporting that both AT&T (s att) as well as Apple (s aapl) have been canceling both online and in-store orders for both valid and non-sensical reasons.
An analyst report says that IPS LCD screen shortages (because of low yield) will impact the production volumes for iPhone 4, which in turn could upset the Apple’s mobile juggernaut. The big question is: Does Apple have a “too much of a good thing” problem?
Likely you watched with a mix of horror and admiration as Apple’s iPhone 4 pre-order kicked off yesterday, nearly bringing down the Internet thanks to the ravenous hunger of the Cupertino faithful. Despite the hiccups, the iPhone already sold out.
Well our day to preorder the iPhone 4 has come. However, for the majority of people, the process has ended prematurely as the AT&T verification service bombs out. This has been frustrating (to say the least) to many potential, and renewing customers.
Apple iPhone 4 pre-orders begin today, but just like the last three years running, the experience is negative for many. AT&T is struggling to handle the demand, causing a Twitter backlash as customers commiserate with their social networking friends. How is the pre-order process for you?
Can’t wait to get your hands on the latest iPhone? Or are you looking to score a $99 iPhone 3GS? AT&T (s att) and Apple (s aapl) have teamed up with Best Buy, Walmart, and even RadioShack to make it all happen just for you…tomorrow.
After the iPhone 4 presentation at Apple’s WWDC in San Francisco today, I hit the town to talk to app developers in the event center about their perceptions of Steve Jobs’ latest and greatest device. Here’s a video to give you a flavor of the scene.
The fourth-generation iPhone has several new features and a new app that clearly show why AT&T’s had to end unlimited data plans for new subscribers now, rather than in a year or so when it gets around to deploying its LTE network.
Steve Jobs’ WWDC keynote made big waves in the tech news community, though reactions now that the initial excitement of the event has passed seem to be mixed. But is the iPhone 4 going to be a hit or a miss with the web working crowd?
Video to come out of yesterday’s World Wide Developer’s Conference had a major focus on the iPhone 4’s new features. The resulting videos include a concise look at the device’s new features, as well as manipulative advertising promising the end of absentee parenting.