Understanding iPhone Models
The New iPhone
The details and features of the new iPhone, plus reviews and links to comparison shopping sites.
iPhone 5 Hardware and Software Details
Find out what's new and improved in the iPhone 5.
iPhone 4S Specs and Definition
Find out what makes the iPhone 4S different from previous models and whether the 15+ month wait for its debut was worth it.
iPhone 4G Specs and Definition
Apple has not yet announced the 4th generation iPhone. However, a leak of a pre-release version of the phone, and Apple's subsequent confirmation of the device, has allowed us to learn some things about the new phone
What Models Are Compatible With iPhone OS 4.0?
A list of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models that are compatible with iPhone OS 4.0.
What is the iPhone 3GS?
A definition and description of the iPhone 3GS, the third-generation iPhone.
Is the iPhone a Camera Phone?
Is the iPhone a camera phone? Technically, yes. But it's also so much more.
What is the i-Phone?
The i-Phone, sometimes also rendered as the i Phone, is a mis-rendering of the Apple product, the iPhone.
Identifying an iPhone 3G
The iPhone 3G is Apple’s second iPhone model. It builds on the success of the first-generation iPhone and adds a number of new features to the device. One key addition is 3G wireless connectivity, an improved data standard that makes downloads nearly twice as fast as on the original iPhone.
What Is An iPhone?
Detailed specs on the hardware and software of the original iPhone.
What's the White iPhone 4 Release Date?
The White iPhone 4 was supposed to debut around the same time as the black iPhone 4, but nearly a year later it still hadn't appeared. What's the source of the delay, and when will the the white iPhone 4 arrive?
When Will There Be A Sprint iPhone?
Is an iPhone on Sprint coming soon? Find out here.
When Will There Be A T-Mobile iPhone?
Now that the iPhone has come to Verizon, the next big question is, when will there be a T-Mobile iPhone?
Is the iPhone 4G 4G?
Depending on who's using the term, "4G" can mean two different things. Which leads to a weird question: is the iPhone 4G actually 4G?
Is the iPhone an Android Phone?
If you're in the market for a mobile phone, there are probably two terms you hear a lot that you may find confusing: iPhone and Android. The question may come up, though: are these two things the same? Is the iPhone Android?