Apple’s latest iPhone 5 is already available in its initial markets, and in the words of my colleague Darcy LaCouvee, it truly is an engineering marvel. And that’s coming from a die-hard Android fan. After all, the iPhone 5 won against the Samsung Galaxy S3 in our drop tests. But not everyone is going to drop their phone from ear-level on a cobbled Hong Kong pavemenet. Let’s see how well the iPhone 5 stacks up against another flagship smartphone — this time, the Samsing Galaxy Note. While we’re sure this won’t exactly be an apples-to-apples comparison, we will look at the benefits and disadvantages of each device.
One of the valid arguments behind adopting an iOS device is the fact that Apple’s devices are always receiving updates on time and that carriers have no say in when these updates are rolled out – that also means they have no bloatware included in any iPhone version.
As you already know, yesterday was iPhone 5 day. The new iOS smartphone was launched in nine countries and will roll out in 100 markets by the end of the year. Naturally, the device will be compared to every existing and upcoming high-end smartphone. In fact, we have a few such comparisons ourselves featuring the iPhone 5 against some of the hottest Android handsets available (and yes, they include video).
HTC One X vs iPhone 5 – which is the best phone for you? Read all the facts right here, from specs and hardware, to software and ecosystem.
The Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5 debate is raging! We have a hands-on video comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the new iPhone 5 to help you make your mind! Check it out!
While companies who sell antivirus apps and other security-focused software continue to warn users of the growing threat of malware aimed at Android devices, exactly how concerned the average Android user should be is worthy of debate.
We have the first iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 drop test online! We dropped the two devices four times each and we have the video to show the results. It ain’t pretty!
Since Android devices have become such vital parts of our lives, we’ve gotten so used to storing delicate information such as contact details, important e-mails, photos and a whole lot... more.
There are options to have your phone request a passcode every time you need to unlock your device, but that can be such a waste of time. What if you need to call someone right away? You...
As our data demands grow, the carriers are moving the goalposts once again. The new shared data plans from AT&T and Verizon want to meter your data usage. A lot of people are wondering why there’s no data-only plan available on the market. Well, you can rest assured that it’s coming soon, but will it be affordable? Not if the major carriers have a say.
A team of four MWR Labs employees successfully hacked a Samsung Galaxy S3 today, earning them a win in the Mobile Pwn2Own competition at EUSecWest in Amsterdam. Don’t worry, they’re holding back the details until the exploit is patched.