With the New iPad '3' already unveiled, all eyes are on the iPhone 5 which is rumored to come next sometime this summer. However while Apple fans are generally satisfied with the release of these two major devices annually, reports now suggest that Apple may be expanding its lineup by introducing two brand new iOS products this year that will be smaller versions of its two heavyweights.
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Unlike past years, the release date for the next-generation iPhone 5 is open to vast speculation. While Apple has always been tight-lipped when it came to their product updates, there was one thing you could bet on - the new iPhone would always be unveiled in the summer.
If you want to unlock your iPhone 4S but aren't eligible to do so because of your current contract standings (or your particular carrier just doesn't allow it), then this may be a way for you to bypass all that and have an unlocked iPhone 4S.
While the Samsung Galaxy S3 is arguably the most hyped Android smartphone of 2012, there is no telling yet just how 'big' the iPhone 5 will be when some steady details begin to surface about it other than just reports from analysts and suppliers.
If you're on AT&T and are after the best smartphone on the market, there's no doubt that these three devices are on your waiting list: Samsung Galaxy S3, iPhone 5 and the HTC One X.
When it comes to Android smartphones, no device is able to reign as the top dog for all too long. In fact, most Android smartphones seem to 'lose' that title even way before they hit store shelves. The Samsung Galaxy S3 looks set to be the next victim of this vicious Android battle.
While the Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the most unique smartphones on the market, there are also differences between the internationally recognized model and the AT&T variant. These differences run deeper than just the LTE antenna which is compatible with AT&T 4G network. So before you decide to spring for an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note, there are a couple of things you need to know about its international GSM variant first.
While Apple has a reputation for being very 'considerate' when it comes to helping its customers with defects and problems with their iOS and Mac devices, that is just one side of it. Like all corporate giants, there is a darker side as well.
Here's a little bit of pleasant news courtesy of AT&T and our friends from Finland. Reports have just come in suggesting that you can walk into an AT&T store and grab a white Nokia Lumia 900 right now, instead of waiting any longer.
With the New iPad '3' out of the way, all eyes are now on Apple to announce the iPhone 5. While in the past it was safe to assume that the next-generation iPhone models would launch during the summer at WWDC, last year's delayed release of the iPhone 4S has complicated things.
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