Buyers of the next iPad Mini may be able to choose gold or space gray and tap into a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. At least, that's the scoop based on the latest alleged images leaked online.
A photo claiming to be that of a gold iPad Mini with the Touch ID has surfaced on Chinese tech site DoNews. The photo shows the back of an iPad tinged gold.
Can't find the golden iPhone? Don't worry. Raffi can get you a deal, at least if you're willing to go along with a sketch aired Wednesday night on Conan O'Brien's late-night talk show.
Fans of Coco first met iPhone salesman Raffi Jaharian a couple of weeks ago after Apple launched its two new iPhones. Sporting gold chains and gold rings and touting gold as "best, best, best," Raffi claimed that he was the man behind the gold iPhone.
In the latest sketch, Raffi is back and is now offering deals to iPhone customers eager to buy the hot-selling golden version. … Read more
A gold iPhone 5S may be difficult to get at the moment, but making your old iPhone look like one is proving to be far easier.
You can buy a lot of things with $10,100 -- unless we're talking hard-to-find iPhones on eBay.
That's how much one eBay buyer paid for a 16GB unlocked iPhone 5S in gold, a device that's currently back-ordered into next month.
The US-based seller "Papakar" put the device up for sale Sunday afternoon. It proceeded to get 51 bids on its way to end at $10,100 just before 1 p.m. PT earlier today.
To put that price in perspective, an iPhone 5 (last year's model), made out of actual 24K gold will … Read more
Leaked from today's 404 episode:
- No joke, iPhone 5S Touch ID faces hack bounty.
- Contest over: Hackers claim to have defeated Apple's Touch ID print sensor.
- NYPD wants you to update to iOS 7.
- What it took to get the gold Apple iPhone 5S on opening day.
- The hunt for the gold iPhone: Business Insider has evidence that the shortage is deliberate.
LOS ANGELES -- Call it impatience, call it going from the peak of inflated expectations to the trough of disillusionment in 60 minutes.
I spent Friday morning waiting in line for the iPhone 5S Friday at a Verizon store. During much of the time, I listened to patrons who seemed to be constantly questioning why they were there.
The man who stood behind me gave a half dozen reasons why he hated his Samsung Galaxy (I think it was an S4) and the kludgy Samsung interface.
So far, so good. Then as the wait time became 30 minutes, then 45 … Read more
Thwarted in your search for the golden iPhone? Don't give up the quest just yet.
Sales of the iPhone 5S and 5C kicked off today, and already the gold-trimmed version is the most popular and the toughest to find.
To help meet consumer demand, Apple has asked its suppliers to pump out more gold models, according to The Wall Street Journal. Citing "people familiar with the situation," the Journal said Friday that Apple is looking for production of the gold version to rise by one-third.