Apple’s Tough Rules Are Making Global Carriers Balk At Price To Sell iPhone


There’s no doubt that the iPhone is one of the most popular pieces of technology ever invented. The rush of people lining up for hours just to buy one usually causes competing carriers to trip all over themselves for the opportunity to sell the iPhone, except recently the list of carriers clamoring for the iPhone has slowly dwindled to just a few prospects.

Despite its successes, Apple is missing out on the chance to sell the iPhone to as many as 2.8 billion new smartphone customers, and according to some experts, the only thing that’s stopping them is Apple’s own rules.

Could The ‘iPhone Nano’ Launching In September Be Based on the iPod Touch? [Rumor]


Speculation that claims Apple is set to launch two new iPhones this September doesn’t look like it’s going to die down anytime soon. The latest report, citing information from a previously reliable source, claims that in addition to an all-new iPhone 5 this September, there will also be a low-end device, possibly based on the iPod touch.

Apple Creates A Truly Nano-Sized Replacement For The Micro SIM


Apple’s fetish to miniaturize can never be slaked: a new report suggests that a little over t one year after introducing the micro SIM with the original iPad, Apple’s looking to make the SIM chip in your next iPhone or iPad even smaller, and it could even pave the way for that iPhone Nano we’ve heard rumors about. Nobody sneeze.