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Articles tagged with: Verizon iPhone

iPhone Prototype With 64GB Memory Leaked (VIDEO Proof)

Rumors have been flying around that there was an iPhone with 64Gs of memory in the works. Now we have complete proof — even a hands on video.

The device looks like it was leaked from Foxconn’s factory in Shenzhen and the owner of the prototype told the site that he got it from a source who has a small quantity of them.

Cloud-Based Mini-iPhone In The Works

Rumors persist that Apple will be coming out with a smaller and less expensive version of their extremely popular iPhone — this time with no contract. As of this writing, there is no official confirmation from Apple. But reports suggest that media and data storage will be, at least in part, in the cloud. That would allow making a device extremely tiny, perhaps as much as half the size of an iPhone 4. But of course there’s the screen that needs to be viewable. With cloud storage, it’s still unclear how accessible your content will really be, as you jump from one wifi zone to another if you’re on the road, or actually in the clouds on an airplane.

Can You Death Grip Me Now? Oh Hello No!!

Tomorrow is the first day you are supposed to be able to buy the new Verizon iPhone in stores. Before you stand in line, lay down your cash, sign a long term deal, and walk out the door; you may want to check this out.

The infamous iPhone 4 deathgrip is affecting Verizon users according to some reports. Despite claims that the Verizon iPhone would be free of such issues, there seems to be evidence that it is happening.

Technology Related Commercials of SuperBowl XLV

The Green Bay Packers will go down in history as winning Super Bowl XLV (45) in Arlington, Texas tonight. It is a night they will never forget as they took on the Pittsburgh Steelers and won in front of a huge crowd. The game was held in the new Cowboys Stadium and the Packers defeated the Steelers with a score of 31 to 25 on February 6, 2011.

While many truly enjoy the game of football and the comradery the event brings, some just watch for the commercials as advertisers battle it out to see who gets the most eyes. The commercials run during the breaks and are considered part of the tradition of the game.