A 4.8-inch iPhone? Don't count on it. Video
WWDC is coming in June, but will Apple unveil their newest iteration of the iPhone in San Francisco? Good luck trying to even get tickets; they're sold out. Plus a CNET Editors' Choice accessory for your iPad.
Apple patents reveal the next level of gestures. Siri can work on your iPhone 4 and 3GS, but you know Apple won't let that happen. And how's your battery life doing after the latest iOS 5 update?
MacBook Pro details and benchmarks have already leaked; will Apple still surprise us? Also, iOS 6 might ditch Google Maps, and will the next iPhone really arrive in October?
We'll break down what new upgrades are real; the ability to purchase movies and TV shows is coming to the iPhone; and are cameras coming to the entire iPod family? Plus, the winners of our prize giveaway!
It's a boatload of rumors, from iPhones to iPads and the next MacBooks. Someone has "seen" Apple's HDTV, and orangutans love the iPad.
Rumors point to the next MacBook Air refresh, Apple employees get hacked, and we'll show you how to try using a 5-inch iPhone.
Nokia's new N97 touch-screen phone is full of cool features and functionality, but its design and unimpressive touch screen don't live up to Apple's iPhone.
CNET's Paul Sloan and Josh Lowensohn break down Apple's Q1 earnings in which iPhone sales were the bright spot while the company came up short on sales of its iPad tablet and Mac computers.
This week, the MP3 Insiders discuss the rumored next-gen iPhone, which appears to be the most legit report on an unannounced Apple product in recent memory. Also, hackers break into the Zune, Apple admits to faulty Shuffle headphones, and ZDNet offers an excellent comparison of popular online music stores.
The latest iPhone has been identified by app developers; a porn app turns its back on the iPhone; and the "I am T-Pain" app gets an update.