In recent news, Verizon has launched a new program for iPhone users, which allows customers to activate iPhones that were previously issued out by rival carriers. This tactic allows iPhone users to hold on to their older smartphones while making the switch to Verizon.
A lot of smartphone users are curious about very basic functions of some of the newest phones on the market. For instance, will a certain unlocked phone work with a certain carrier? Or what kind of signal and service are provided for unlocked phones compared to ones that are locked in with a carrier? Well, one iPhone 6 owner was curious about using an iPhone 6 Plus that was locked with Verizon and they wanted to know if they could use a previously locked phone with another network provider. Read more
Verizon’s financial report may not be so great when it comes to activations due to supplies being cut relatively thin, mostly in result of all the strong demand for Apple’s iPhone 5S. Read more
When thinking about market share, it’s usually obvious to point out that the Samsung line-up of lesser smartphones control and dominate the market. But Apple is always finding someway to undermine Samsung to embarrassing levels.
Can’t afford to pay up front for the iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C? Having a bit of financial difficulty coming up with the dollar-dollar bills? No problem, Virgin Mobile has you covered. Read more
Verizon has hit a solid number of iPhone activations in the last quarter thanks to renewed interest in the handset and the continued and dominating growth of Apple.
Despite having sold over 10 million iPhones over the last few months, Verzion could end up owing Apple $14 billion for not meeting sales expectations. Read more
In the OS of the iPhone and iPad, a hacker claims to have found code that suggests the nations top 3 carriers are hindering the data speeds for their customers. Read more
Whether it was an early leak or just a full on mistake, the iPhone 5 was for short while priced for $100 on Verizon’s website. Read more
Rumors are now running rampant that Verizon could be following in the footsteps of other larger national carriers such as AT&T and Sprint, by offering a trade-in promotion for the iPhone 5, enabling consumers to trade in an older phone for a newer one.