07/29/2011, 04:07 pm
AT&T has released a statement outlining its plans to balance the demands of its grandfathered unlimited data subscribers to protect service capacity of new users via data throttling of the top 5 percent of the heaviest users.
07/28/2011, 07:07 pm
Shares of Sprint Nextel fell almost 20 percent after the company posted heavy wireless subscriber losses that underlined a failed strategy in competing with US iPhone carriers.
07/27/2011, 08:07 pm
Verizon Wireless sold 2.3 million iPhones but only 1.2 million LTE 4G smartphones in its latest quarter, contributing incrementally to Apple's total iPhone sales but not nearly as much as its international growth.
07/22/2011, 03:07 pm
Showing that Apple keeps its partners in the dark along with the rest of the outside world, Verizon's chief executive revealed on Friday that his company believed Apple would release a new iPhone early in the summer as usual.
07/22/2011, 08:07 am
Bolstered by remaining exclusivity with the $49 entry-level iPhone 3GS, AT&T activated 1.3 million more iPhones than Verizon in the second quarter of calendar 2011.
07/15/2011, 02:07 am
Verizon Wireless confirmed on Thursday that 4G LTE phones it sells will be incompatible with rival networks in the U.S. because of spectrum differences.
07/14/2011, 03:07 pm
The launch of the iPad 2 and Verizon iPhone helped Apple's iOS take away some developer support from Google's Android platform, according to a new report.
07/08/2011, 12:07 am
After just four months on the market, the iPhone 4 on Verizon makes up nearly a third of the U.S. iPhone 4 market, according to one analytics firm.
07/05/2011, 12:07 pm
Starting Thursday, new smartphone customers with Verizon Wireless, including those who buy an iPhone, will no longer be able to purchase the carrier's unlimited data plan, AppleInsider has confirmed.
07/04/2011, 12:07 am
AT&T has announced that, effective July 17, newly activated or upgraded iPhones will be eligible for the company's standard mobile insurance plan, which costs $4.99 a month.
06/23/2011, 02:06 am
A new survey has found Apple's iPhone is the top-selling handset at 58 percent of responding AT&T and Verizon stores.
06/21/2011, 02:06 am
After Google's Android experienced its first loss of market share in a region since 2009 during the March quarter, one analyst believes Apple's iPhone will continue to win back share in the U.S. smartphone market.
06/20/2011, 04:06 pm
Verizon is expected to join AT&T in doing away with its unlimited data plans beginning July 7, with plans starting at $30 per month for 2GB of data, according to a new rumor.
06/10/2011, 09:06 pm
Apple has confirmed that an "extremely small number" of iPad 2 units for Verizon have been recalled because they were accidentally shipped with identical electronic serial numbers.
06/10/2011, 08:06 pm
A new report provides further evidence that Apple is looking to release a global iPhone capable of connecting to both GSM and CDMA networks later this year.
06/10/2011, 07:06 am
Handset maker HTC has seen strong sales of its Android-based smartphones on all four U.S. carriers, putting the Taiwanese company in a position to contend with Apple for the title of top smartphone seller in the U.S.
06/06/2011, 11:06 am
Though a new iPhone is not expected to be announced this week, through the rest of June Walmart is offering the 16GB iPhone 4 for $147, or more than $50 off the usual $199 price, with a two-year contract.
06/02/2011, 05:06 pm
AT&T is still "working on" delivering a shared data plan that would allow users to pool minutes and data plans between their devices.
05/25/2011, 02:05 pm
Though reports have suggested Apple's next iPhone will not support the 4G long-term evolution standard, AT&T will roll out its new high-speed network to more than 70 million customers by the end of 2011.
05/19/2011, 09:05 pm
During a media tour at an AT&T research lab, the carrier demoed its upcoming 4G Long Term Evolution network, which appeared to be significantly faster than rival Verizon, reaching download speeds of 28.87 Mbps and 10.4 Mbps for uploads.