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Apple's iPhone : Fact Sheet
According to one report, the rumored iPhone Nano would be half the size of the Apple iPhone 4 (pictured).

A cheaper, smaller iPhone?

Rumor has it that a dimunitive iPhone Nano is in development, and many tech commentators are eager to believe the hype

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
A small group of people wait outside a Verizon store in Florida to get their iPhones.

Why is no one lining up for Verizon's iPhone? 4 theories

The long-awaited new version of the iPhone went on sale this week, but the crowds waiting to buy it were "surprisingly" small. Why?

 
Apple's iPhone : Wit
Catholics will still need a priest's absolution to complete the sacrament, but penitents can note their sins in the Apple confession app.

Confession? There's an app for that

Catholic bishops have approved a smartphone app that helps prepare the faithful to confess their transgressions. "Bless me, iPhone, for I have sinned"?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
The Verizon "can you hear me now" guy is back and poking fun at rival iPhone carrier, AT&T.

The iPhone ad wars: Verizon vs. AT&T

The two phone companies are taking aim at each other on TV as their rivalry heats up. Who's winning so far?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Sleek and slender cell phones are so 2010. Gadget maker Thumbs Up has designed a retro case to help iPhone users feel more like ruthless '80s investment bankers.

The case that takes your iPhone back in time

Who needs a chic bumper case when you can make your new Apple product look like it just escaped the '80s?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Apple's innovative and extremely popular iPhone is actually adding nearly $2 billion to the U.S. trade deficit with China.

Is the iPhone hurting the economy?

Apple's smartphone is an American innovation, but since it is assembled in China, it actually inflates the U.S. trade deficit

 
Apple's iPhone : Only in America
PatriotApp users can supposedly report environmental and product safety concerns, among other things, directly to the federal government.

Only in America: The iPhone 'Patriot App'

Want to report suspicious activity to the government? There's an app for that

 
Apple's iPhone : Controversy
The ZTE PEEL cover, compatible with second and third generation iPod touch models, has not been endorsed by Apple.

Turning an iPod into an iPhone: Pros and cons

Sprint is selling a new case that transforms a humble iPod touch into an iPhone — minus the phone. Is this add-on worth the cost?

 
Apple's iPhone : Fact Sheet
iPhone owners across Europe were late to work on Monday after an apparent operating-system bug delayed their alarms.

Europe's iPhone-alarm uproar

Thousands of Europeans were late for work Monday after their iPhone alarms failed to adjust for Daylight Saving Time. Are American users next?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Theories abound about why Apple is delaying the release of the white iPhone 4.

What's delaying the white iPhone?

Apple promised to release a white version of the iPhone 4 by the end of 2010, but has now delayed it until the spring — leaving some tech critics suspicious

 
Apple's iPhone : The List
Unlike AT&T customers, Verizon iPhone users may not be able to surf the web while they talk on the phone.

The Verizon iPhone: 3 ways it may fall short

If the first Verizon-compatible iPhone shows up (as promised) in 2011, it won't necessarily improve wholesale on AT&T's much-bemoaned version 

 
Apple's iPhone : Timeline
Fuzzy-sighted tech prognosticators have been predicting the iPhone's imminent debut on Verizon for years.

A Verizon iPhone: The torturous rumor timeline, 2007-2010

The Wall Street Journal claims the iPhone is coming to Verizon in early 2011 — and this time, it's for sure. Sound familiar?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
iPhone users will hold onto their AT&T contracts, some say.

The great iPhone 'exodus'

Half of all iPhone users say they might switch carriers if given the chance — and they may soon be. Should AT&T be nervous?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
A Facebook app is not enough for the social networking giants.

Is Facebook building an iPhone rival?

The social networking giant may working on a smartphone, say reports. How believable are they?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Was Mark Papermaster to blame for the iPhone 4's notorious hardware problems?

Apple's iPhone 4 fall guy

Mark Papermaster, the Apple big-wig who oversaw the phone's flawed hardware design, is out. Did "Antennagate" claim its first executive victim?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
The iPhone 4.

'Jailbreaking' iPhones: Legal, but useful?

iPhone users can now "jailbreak" their handsets without fear of legal recourse. Will this affect the average Apple fan?

 
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