September 12, 2012 Technology Apple's new iPhone 5 (Credit:Apple) As expected, Apple has announced the iPhone 5. The object of much anticipation and speculation over the last several months, the iPhone 5 delivers most of what industry observers had expected... November 19, 2012 Technology Look how awful that iPhone 5 is August 11, 2013 Technology iPhone 5S with rumored gold color option, according to Japanese-language site Macotakara. Notice the dual-LED flash, compared to the single flash on the iPhone 5. February 1, 2009 Environment Taking apart the Apple iPhone and the BlackBerry Storm Mark Fischetti February 2009 10.1038/scientificamerican0209-80 February 12, 2009 Environment Taking apart the Apple iPhone and the BlackBerry Storm July 1, 2008 Technology The iPhone and even wilder interfaces could improve collaboration without a mouse or keyboard July 2008 August 10, 2009 Health The latest assistive communication devices are here, and they work a bit like your iPhone Larry Greenemeier September 10, 2013 Technology Apple on Tuesday unveiled its new flagship iPhone 5S and a new budget smartphone, the iPhone 5C, as it seeks to attract more customers and revitalize interest in its devices July 28, 2013 Technology This alleged packaging of a new iPhone model was posted on a the WeiPhone forum in China on July 27. (Credit:Weiphone forum) As Apple's fall product reveal approaches, alleged images of the new iPhone parts are appearing with greater frequency... November 1, 2012 Policy A guy stole my iPhone. I tracked it and posted his address online. Was that wrong? David Pogue Scientific American Volume 307, Issue 5 10.1038/scientificamerican1112-34 Originally published as "To Track My Thief" in Scientific American Volume 307, Issue 5 April 9, 2013 Technology iPhone 5S buyers could have their choice of screen size, according to Topeka analyst Brian White August 30, 2007 Technology Efforts to untie AT&T's exclusive service-provider agreement with Apple's iPhone are an interesting exercise to prove it can be done. But how many iPhone customers will take advantage of this?... Larry Greenemeier February 17, 2016 Electronics Tim Cook defies demands to decrypt the San Bernardino terrorism suspect's iPhone. Yet it is unclear that cracking an iPhone 5c will impact newer, more secure models Larry Greenemeier September 6, 2007 Technology The Apple iPhone now costs $200 less than when it debuted in June Larry Greenemeier August 7, 2013 Technology Could this be Apple's next iPhone? (Credit: Sonny Dickson ) More photos of what appears to be Apple's next iPhone, or at least a lower-cost version of it, have cropped up. July 29, 2008 Technology In pursuit of an iPhone-size tool to monitor cancer and diagnose malaria JR Minkel 161 Bird-Watcher Apps for the iPhone—and They’re All for the Birds [Slide Show] experience with Birdsnap was less than satisfactory, as the iPhone app failed to recognize the sparrow he had been watching. Credit: Ben Mirin September 23, 2008 Technology The G1 is expected to compete with the iPhone, but forget free access to the Web and G-mail Larry Greenemeier March 1, 2011 Technology Scientists are developing iPhone apps that aid in research and that appeal to "citizen scientists" as well Charles Q. Choi March 2011 10.1038/scientificamerican0311-22a September 4, 2012 Technology It's official -- Apple's holding an event next Wednesday, where the company is widely expected to debut its next iPhone Support Science Journalism
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