Verizon Wireless will be offering iPhone 4 via its stores from January 2011, in form of AT&T's exclusivity deal that might end with Apple.
Tech news site PC Mag states that AT&T has claimed a petition with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that goes with the iPhone exclusivity contract which will bring the deal to terminate.
Apple has a registered for a patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office for a system that enables users to integrate their iPod or iPhone with a bike.
The Patently Apple showcases that the design for a Smart Bike based on the similar Nike Plus system aimed for runners.
The system is aimed to offer users to regulate to information as and when they ride.
Apple's iTunes music store will not offer Beatles music in the near future, Yoko Ono stated.
This deal is made in regard of those who wish to have various collections at one go. Whilst at a report with Reuters, Ono stated that this offering will ensure one of everything he desires from a music store.
China Unicom is planning to release Apple's iPhone 3GS with enabled Wi-Fi capabilities in China.
Sources claim that the firm is planning to launch Wi-Fi functionality to the smartphone in order to pump sales of the device in Chinese market, the WSJ reports.
Apple has claimed that its iPhone 3G will be of no use in gelling along with the future mobile gaming networks, as reported by the tech news site Ars Technica.
The firm's Game Centre is meant for iPhone application developers that are developed hand in hand with the third beta version of its iOS 4.1 update.
iPhone 4 owners were the most content owners of a handset, as per a survey report.
The survey was conducted by a web research firm Change Wave, that claims close to 72 per cent of iPhone 4 owners are satisfied with their handset, despite reception issues. The device offers services such as video conferencing and HD video recording.
Apple's tablet device, iPad has been termed as a "game changer" by Rupert Murdoch, reports the Guardian.