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iPhone

(ˈaɪˌfəʊn)
n
trademark a type of mobile phone which includes a music player and internet browser
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One word's increasingly being used to describe the upcoming 2019 Apple iPhone 11 series, the successor to last year's iPhone XS, XS Max and XR.
The Apple iPhone X, which was launched last to last year at a price tag of Rs 91,900 is now can be bought during the sale at a discounted price of Rs 74,999.
Earlier in August, an Apple iPhone 6 reportedly exploded into flames inside a moving car in Shanghai, China.
The smartphone industry has managed to increase massively its pricing and revenues, despite a recent decrease in shipment volumes." Neil Mawston, Executive Director at Strategy Analytics, added, "We estimate Apple iPhone captured a record 51% share of all smartphone wholesale revenues worldwide in Q4 2017.
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Q1 of 2014 has brought some good news for Apple iPhone as it enjoys higher sales in several countries.
Virgin Mobile is offfering Apple iPhone 5S for $649.99 for the SIM-free version while the contract prices start at $199.99 on the online Apple Store.
As an official distributor of Apple iPhone 5 smartphones in Qatar, Ooredoo is supporting its customers by offering a one-year full service international warranty.
The Apple iPhone 5 has already got off to a solid start and "we expect the new iPhone 5 to out-ship Samsung's Galaxy S3 in the coming fourth quarter," said Neil Mawston.
Malverne, NY, August 02, 2010 --(PR.com)-- TheCellTree.com, a leading consumer e-commerce website announces the addition of the latest Apple iPhone 4G to its website for sale.
Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) (TYO: 7261), a Japan-based automaker, has introduced a new application for the Apple iPhone named Mazda Roadside Assistance App.
A GAME for the Apple iPhone in which users had to shake a baby to make it quiet was dropped after outraged complaints from US child welfare groups.