Verizon is going through a rough-patch, apparently, as it announced a loss of $2.02 billion in revenue for the last quarter. The quarter witnessed the iPhone 4S launch, which was the second model to be sold under the Verizon banner. Verizon stated this week that it sold 4.3 million of iPhone 4S and 7.7 million smartphones overall.
Apple has posted job listings on LinkedIn for field test engineers with experience testing LTE equipment, which indicates that Apple is indeed looking to ship an LTE iPhone in the near future and field testing phones is a common part of the process in ensuring that the devices work in real-world scenarios outside of a lab. If the company is testing such devices out in the field it could mean it is on iOS 5 devices and it is not only the next iPhone but the iPod Touch and maybe even the iPad 3..............
Here is a news for Verizon iPhone 4 users who want to jailbreak iOS 4.2.8 untether on Mac OS. ih8sn0w has released a firmware bundle that will allow you to create a custom firmware on a Mac using Pwange Tool 4.2.
Good news for Verizon iPhone 4 owners. iH8sn0w, the developer behind popular jailbreaking tool “Sn0wbreeze” has just released Snowbreeze 2.6.1 bringing untethered jailbreak support for Verizon iPhone 4 running on recently released iOS 4.2.7.
Apple has already released iOS 4.3.2 for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1, iPad 2, iPhone Touch 3G and iPod Touch 4G. Beside this Apple has also released another firmware update that is iOS 4.2.7 specifically released for Verizon iPhone 4. Build number is 8E303. Previous firmware for CDMA Verizon iPhone 4 was iOS 4.2.6.
Apple has launched a new iPhone each June or July for the past four years, but this year's expected iPhone 5 may not launch until September. This time WSJ is claiming that Apple iPhone 5 would be released by September or October of this year and not in June as been expected and rumoured by many sites.
After the disappointing news of delayed iPhone 5 we have something good news to share. The more interesting rumor from yesterday, though, was that Apple would refrain from unveiling the iPhone 5 at this year’s WWDC, instead focusing entirely on software. Many reports however, are now suggesting otherwise, but TechCrunch has released a detailed report explaining what they believe to coming in iOS 5, and then continues to mention why we may not see an iPhone 5 at WWDC, and their answer is simple: LTE.
According to BGR report, Apple is working on the bugs that are found on the iOS 4.3 which supports many new features for iOS devices like hotspot feature. Apple is about to release iOS 4.3.1 within one to two weeks.
iPhone 5 is expected to be launched in summer 2011. As we are closes to the launch date we're hearing various rumor about iPhone 5. Within one week we've heard two rumor which is mentioning. Last week, we published some leaked images of engineering design of iPhone 5. And a few days ago we published that iPhone 5 will support dual SIM. And lastly today one of the most famous online item selling site, Alibaba.com displayed the pictures of the cases of iPhone and claimed that these are for iPhone 5.