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Announced in January 2007, iPhone was the first Apple phone ever. It was also the first smartphone to feature a 3.5-inch QVGA (320 x 240) multitouch screen. It is powered by Apple's iPhone OS and features a 400MHz Samsung ARM processor, 128MB of RAM, and 4/8/16GB of internal memory. the Apple iPhone has a two-megapixel camera. Other features of iPhone include Wi-fi, Bluetooth 2.0, accelerometer and more. Read our coverage for the latest Apple iPhone news, reviews, and videos:

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    Apple has been famous for delivering products that "just work" throughout its history. That being said, products like MobileMe, and even the recent iOS 7 have shown us that things can't always be perfect no matter what company is providing them. iOS 7 proved to be the buggiest version in iOS history, and according to recent studies, the problem has been fixed for the most part with iOS 7.1. According to a recent analysis done by Crittercism, a mobile solutions firm, iOS 7.1 has a crash rate of only 1.6%, which is significantly low when compared to the iOS 7 and even iOS 6 which had ...

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    Microsoft Office for iPad has been rumored for quite some time, and, according to the latest bits mentioning the software package, it is expected to debut mid-this-year. However, according to a recent Reuters report, many (individuals and companies) are tired of waiting for the official release and are moving to other offerings. If the news agency's sources are right, Microsoft already has a fully working/final version of its Microsoft Office for iPhone and iPad suites. It is just a matter of releasing it, and that will eventually come down to Satya Nadella's decision. "Certainly, interest ...

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    The race for great image quality on smartphone photos has become more intense. Apple did amazing things with its launch of the iPhone 4 in 2010, but when you compare recent developments like the Nokia Lumia 1020, or even devices like the LG G2, it's hard to see the iPhone being able to compete, even though the iPhone 5s has done a great job in raising the bar. We've seen reports come and go of Apple considering detachable lenses for its iPhone line-up, and even though this move is clearly far-away from Apple's demonstrated practices, we get some more patents that say otherwise. In a new ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the OnePlus One, and its plans to bring us voice commands from sleep just like the Moto X. Then we talk about Samsung and how its new ISOCELL technology plans to revolutionize low-light photography. Then we talk about the All New HTC One, more leaked photos now in retail packaging and even an eBay listing. Sony follows the news as we go through some possible delays of the Sony Xperia Z2. We end today's show talking about Pioneer's plans to bring CarPlay to other vehicles, and also the sad news that Apple is reducing its return policy for ...

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    Apple's launch of iOS 7.1 includes benefits like CarPlay, which is Apple's new way of interacting with your vehicle. The only sad part is that at the moment, nobody can actually use it, and this is mainly because you require a vehicle that's compatible with CarPlay, and these won't see the road until later this year. With the Jailbreak community losing its luster in the last couple of years, many of us have been worried that the only way we'll use this service is buying a new car, but it seems that a company is planning to solve that for us. Pioneer Electronics, which we're sure you've ...

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    Not every country has the advantage of giving its customers a return window for any product you didn't like. Usually in the United States requires companies to provide a 14 day return window, and Apple in that sense was famous for allowing customers to return any iPhone in up-to 30 days of its purchase. Sadly though, it seems the economy is hitting every company hard, and that even includes the wealthiest one. Even though Apple hasn't announced it officially, today it was discovered that the company changed its return policy out of the blue. Now you only have 14 days to return any iPhone ...

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    Just yesterday we heard that Apple will most probably dub its next version iOS as iOS 8. The reports included details like Apple's persistence in fixing the different complaints that so many of us have with its Maps application, and we even hear that its recent acquisitions will take a big part in it. Sadly yesterday's reports ended there, and now we get some additional and separate reports that give us another point in focus. According to the report, Apple will also provide dramatic improvements to iTunes Radio. The service just crowned itself third as the preferred music streaming ...

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    Apple has just launched iOS 7.1 to the public yesterday, and even though this was just a major bug fix to the problems that many complained about with iOS 7, it's clear that any future changes that come to iOS will be focused on polishing what already exists. We know that the previous version of Apple's mobile operating system lasted for nearly seven years and also focused on improvements throughout that time, so now that we're already hearing rumors of iOS 8 and even iOS 9, you can bet things will remain on that same mentality. The new reports claim that Apple will heavily focus iOS 8 on ...

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    Even though Samsung and Apple are famous for all the rivalry that happens in the courts regarding its mobile offerings, that doesn't change the fact that Samsung is Apple's biggest partner in most of the silicone that runs Apple's mobile devices. Samsung has once again claimed to be in-charge of building the new A8 chip that has already begun production according to rumors, but could it be that Samsung is not alone on this one? Last week TSMC made it official that it was going to be in-charge of building the A8 chip for Apple, and it doesn't seem that Apple will ever clarify what company ...

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    Leave it to Apple to allow you to go through some news of the iOS 7.1 update we're expecting in the next couple of days, for them to officially release it just hours later. iOS 7.1 has been in the works for a couple of months now, and after five beta releases, we were expecting a Gold Master Candidate this week, and it turns out that Apple has preferred to make it official. iOS 7.1 is now available for download through iTunes or the Software Update feature of your device. The changes are considered minor by many, but given the buggy nature of iOS 7, many of these changes are very ...

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    As much as Samsung wants you to buy its new Galaxy S5, not everyone is sold on buying a new Galaxy. The company has fitted its new flagship with all the health sensors it could, like a heart rate monitor, but what if you want to do this without having to buy a new phone? Well, there are some wearable solutions out there, but a company named Azoi just came out of the blue with an iPhone case that pretends to compete. The new "Wello" case is designed to track your blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, blood oxygen levels, receive ECG waves and even track the health of your lungs. The ...

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    Even though Apple has been publicly reluctant to build more than one new iPhone model every year, there's no denying that things changed in 2013 with the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The amount of pressure the company is facing by Samsung's vomit of smartphones, and Samsung's capability of delivering new flagships at least twice a year is clearly making a dent in the way Cupertino operates. Apple is reportedly stealing HTC engineers and even some local engineers at its new Shanghai three-building complex with plans to enhance its production capabilities of the iPhone. You could say that Apple ...

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    One of the most common trends that you'll notice in today's market, is that it's very odd to see iPhone users leaving the platform for something else. I've personally seen cases of people doing so, and then coming back just a few months later. Some people are locked-in due to the amount of purchases that they've made on Apple's various online stores, and others simply because they want to stick to what they know. All this said, a recent study was conducted to 2,000 iPhone users in the UK, and more than half of them admit to having a 'blind loyalty' for Apple as a brand. The detailed ...

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    Apple's next-generation Apple TV could prove to be a better accessory for your iPhone or iPad than it already is. With Google's launch of its Chromecast, and with its aggressive pricing, it's clear that Apple has a lot to prove with its future set-top-box. Some still assume that Apple is ready to launch a full television set, but if it doesn't, we might see an announcement very soon. According to Bloomberg, this will still be a set-top-box and: The new device, which plugs into a television set, will have a faster processor than the previous version and an upgraded interface to make it ...

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    There was a time almost seven years ago when Microsoft, Palm and BlackBerry dominated the enterprise market. As a matter of fact, one of the biggest reasons why we all panned the iPhone when it launched, was precisely because it wasn't even designed to cater to enterprise users. That changed gradually as Apple pushed newer and more powerful versions of iOS, up to the point where you'd never guess who dominates the enterprise market today. According to Good Technology's Mobile Index Report for Q4, 2013: "From a device perspective, we continued to see an increase in iOS activations this ...

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