MSN's massive UK audience is not especially enamored with Apple's iPhone 3G according to the latest survey.
Apple has announced a record profit for its third quarter results, with the success of the iPhone, iPod and a massive growth in Mac sales responsible.
UpdatedIf you've recently shelled out for a 3G iPhone, or simply fancy a new app, here's one for you: the Dark Knight application. A marketing tool for the movie, it allows you to 'jokerise' yourself in a few swift moves.
Now that they've opened it up and poked around iSuppli has updated its estimated pricing for Apple’s iPhone 3G and it's more expensive than they first predicted, by $1.33.
Apple has announced that it has managed to sell over 1 million 3G iPhones since its launch on Friday July 11.
ExclusiveIt's 20 to six in the morning on Friday 11th of July and this writer is hauling himself out of his bed to set off for Oxford Street and an O2 store so that he can wait in line for a brand spanking new 3G iPhone.
The 3G iPhone will be costing Apple around $173 (£88) per handset to make according to analysts iSuppli, who admit they have rushed out the data because of the interest in the phone.
The release of the 3G iPhone is imminent. I think we can all agree on that. In fact, the only surprise Steve Jobs could spring is to not release the next-gen Apple handset.