CNET Top 5: Worst things about the Apple iPhone Video
Third-party apps, Wi-Fi, and the touch screen are just a few of the best things about the Apple iPhone. Find out what other features make the iPhone loveable.
The iPhone 4's radio problems can't be solved with a software fix, no matter what Apple says. We talk with CNET's Maggie Reardon and AnandTech's Brian Klug about what's really wrong with the iPhone 4 and why it appears to be so much worse than other phones.
There's a fix coming for the iPhone 4's antenna problems: Apple will make the signal strength meter go higher, no matter what. Seriously? Yes. Also, Steve Jobs did not say, "It's just a phone," Microsoft doesn't care which way you insert your batteries, and there is no space dust on Hayabusa.
Following Steve Jobs' announcement Monday of the new iPhone at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, CNET News.com's Charlie Cooper and Tom Krazit discuss features the smartphone both boasts and lacks.
The smartphone market is about to get a little bit more crowded. Samsung has just unveiled its newest version of its Galaxy phone, one that is packed with new features. Could the S4 be the phone that finally gives the Apple iPhone some stiff competition? CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
AT&T earns the "worst carrier in the world" award for the second year in a row, so it's a good thing I just signed up for two more years of service with this new iPhone 4S. On today's show, we'll look at how the other carriers compare to AT&T, dispel rumors of Shigeru Miyamoto's departure from Nintendo, put in our bid for RickPerry.com, Jeff demoes My Xbox Live for the iPad, and we'll show some incredible listener-submitted contest submission videos!
From the iPhone 3G launch at the New York Apple Store, CNET Editor Jeff Bakalar speaks with Greg 'Joz' Joswiak, VP of iPhone and iPod Worldwide Marketing, about some of the new features on the iPhone 3G.
Donald and Jasmine give the newly-official Zune HD its deserved time in the spotlight as they both gush about the player's design and HD features as well as speculate about pricing and other possible WiFi-related additions. Also this week, the Insiders discuss rumblings about a potential Sirius XM App for the iPhone. Then, Jasmine brings up some of the tiniest MP3 players to ever be reviewed by CNET, while Donald goes off on a tangent about audiobooks. And we musn't forget to give props to the entity that gave this whole digital music thing a violent shove into the mainstream consciousness: Napster celebrates its 10 year anniversary this week.
T-Mobile brings on the iPhone 5 with new features you won't find on other carriers. We get a peek at purported iPhone 5S parts, and Apple TV in 2014?
Brian Cooley, CNET's editor at large, talks with CNET News reporter Tom Krazit about the long lines at the store, the activation issues, and the other problems that arose from the iPhone 3G launch.