Making the iPhone work for Business
Flurry, a firm that offers analytic, deployment and monetization tools to developers, has identified the top paid and free iPhone business applications available at the App Store.
At a media event in New York City today, Verizon Wireless finally announced the addition of the iPhone 4 to its lineup. Pre-orders for the CDMA smartphone will begin Feb. 3 for existing Verizon customers and expand to everyone on Feb. 10. The 16 GB version of the handset will cost $199 and the 32 GB version will run $299. Both prices include a new two-year service agreement, reports Elizabeth Woyke at Forbes.
The iPhone 4 will come with 3G hotspot capabilities that will allow up to five devices to share mobile Internet, according to VentureBeat. Rob Perago at The Washington Post notes that the iPhone 4 for Verizon has a slightly different antenna design and that neither Apple nor Verizon are expecting any antenna-related issues with the device. On hand at the event was Apple COO Tim Cook. According to Cook, Verizon and Apple have signed a multi-year, strategic, non-exclusive deal.