iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are ready for pre-order with sales of iPhone 6 Plus surpassing iPhone 6 sales. Here are the features and prices:

Features:

  • New A8 and M8 processors (64-bit)
  • Touch ID and Apple Pay (payment service in US)
  • 4.7 inch screen (iPhone 6) and 5.5 inch screen (iPhone 6 Plus)
  • Optical image stabilization (iPhone 6 Plus only)
  • Video stabilization and continuous auto-focus (both)
  • Voice-Over-LTE (VoLTE) - on some carriers
  • NFC chip for payment
  • Barometer for altitude detection
  • Landscape mode in home screen
  • Health app for all health/fitness data
Prices:

iPhone 6: $649 (16 GB), $749 (64 GB), $849 (128 GB)

iPhone 6 Plus: $749 (16 GB), $849 (64 GB), $949 (128 GB)

Pre-orders have started, devices go on sale on 9/19/2014.


iPhone 5C

iPhone 5S






Apple has released the iPhone 5C and 5S models. iPhone 5C is just an iPhone 5 with a plastic body. It comes in 5 colors: Green, Blue, Yellow, Pink and White. The iPhone 5S is a newer iteration of the iPhone 5. Notable features include: 2 LED flash lights for camera, Burst mode for camera, Touch ID (Fingerprint sensor in the home button) and a new A7 64-bit processor with a M7 chip to handle motion tracking. The 5S is available in Silver (previously known as white), Space gray (previously known as black) and a new gold color.

The iPhone 5C costs $99 (16GB) and $199 (32GB) on contract. Though almost all carriers in the US are selling it for FREE with contract.

The iPhone 5S retails for $199, $299 and $399 for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB with contract. These are also $100 cheaper if purchased through a carrier.

Here is a video showing some noticeable features in iOS 7.



Apple announced iOS 7 at WWDC today. iOS 7 redefines iOS and is the biggest change since the launch of the iPhone. Besides the new UI experience, it has several new features:

  • Camera - now you can add filters like Instagram
  • Photos - new views to organize Camera Roll into moments based on location
  • Photo Stream - now you can contribute pictures to public streams
  • Weather - new look that shows weathers for all location in a single view
  • Maps - now you can send directions from the Mac (OS X Maverick) to iOS
  • AppStore - added "Nearby" section to see popular apps in an area
  • Control center - pull up a menu from the bottom to access settings (added flashlight)
  • Music - cover flow is discontinued, now features a grid view of album art
  • iTunes Radio - Apple's take on Pandora and Spotify
  • Activation Lock - Lost iOS devices can only be activated with your Apple ID, even after a wipe
  • Multitasking - now you can see apps as cards (like BlackBerry and WebOS) and flick to close
  • Notification Center - now has tabs to separate "Today", "All" and "Missed" notifications
  • Siri - now supports more languages and has new sources like Wikipedia
  • AirDrop - now share with nearby devices over Wifi (Apple's answer to bump)
  • iCloud Keychain - cloud based password management system synced across all devices
  • Call and Message blocking - block calls and messages from selected senders
  • Siri in the car - Siri access in your car, coming soon in 2014 vehicles
These are main features to iOS 7 besides the completely redesigned look across the whole operating system. iOS 7 launches in beta today (only for developers), with final release scheduled for fall. iOS 7 will run on iPhone 4, 4S and 5 (some features like AirDrop only work on iPhone 5). It will also run on the iPad 2+ and 5th gen iPod touch.


Apple has finally announced the iPhone 5. Here is whats new besides the new look:
  • 4 inch Retina display
  • 16:9 wide screen aspect ratio
  • 4G LTE support
  • Better battery life
What about the pricing?

Its the same as before:
  • 16GB - $199
  • 32GB - $299
  • 64GB - $399
When can you get it?

Pre-orders start September 14, goes on sale on September 21, in the following countries: US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore.




Its WWDC again and Apple has announced iOS 6, the next generation of its mobile operating system. There are a lot of major changes in this iteration of iOS, main changes include:

  • Maps - No more Google Maps! Apple's own Maps application with maps served by TomTom
  • Do Not Disturb - Mute your notifications and calls at night so no one wakes you up
  • Mail - a new Mail application with VIP lists synced with iCloud
  • Siri - now supports sports and movies, more things you can ask
  • Passbook - a wallet for boarding passes, tickets, cards, etc.
  • Facetime without WiFi - now you can use 3G
  • Facebook integration - now share from any app
  • Share Photo Streams with Friends and Family
  • Advanced call handing - send to voicemail, send text reply, etc.
  • Lots of under the hood changes...
When can you get it? Fall 2012...

Apple has released its iPhone 4S in the US today. Those who pre-ordered online have started receiving the iPhone. If you order one online now, then it would ship in 1-2 weeks.


The iPhone 4S comes in 16GB, 32GG and 64GB versions for $199, $299 and $399. It is available through AT&T, Verizon and Sprint carriers in the US.


Apple has announced firmware 4.2 which brings AirPrint and AirPlay to the iOS devices and finally get the iPad into the multitasking era. The firmware can be downloaded via iTunes by connecting the device to iTunes and clicking "Check for Updates".



Thats the new gorgeous iPhone! So, what's new?
  • All new design
  • HiRes Retina Display
  • 5 MP Camera with digital zoom
  • HD Video!! Yes, 720p
  • Front camera for Video calls (FaceTime)
  • Improved battery (Up to 40% bigger)
  • Metal frame is the antena
  • All that in a slimmer package!

Pricing:
  • 16GB - US $199
  • 32GB - US $299

Availability:
  • Pre-orders: June 15th 2010
  • Goes on sale on: June 24th 2010


So there have been a lot of rumors about the next generation iPhone. But now the rumors have been confirmed as the prices of iPhone 3GS have reduced and Apple Store employees have been instructed about the arrival of the next generation iPhones. Also, Boy Genius Report has reported that the phones will be available before the end of June.