iPhone

You’ll find on these pages everything about iPhone, a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc and which run iOS mobile operating system.

Apple’s iPhone

The iPhone’s interface is built around the multi-touch screen which includes a virtual keyboard. The iPhone has Wi-Fi and can connect to cellular networks and thus browse the Web and use email features. It can take pictures, shoot video and play music. Other iPhone’s functions include GPS navigation, possibility to perform mathematical calculations, receive visual voicemail and more.Many other features can be added by downloading application programs, better known as apps, which will allow user to play games, be part of social networks, etc. iPhone apps can be installed from the App Store synced from iTunes, or by using the third party installers for the apps not authorized by Apple). You’ll need an Apple ID to use the App Store or iTunes.

Apple iPhone Models

iPhone 1

iPhone 1st generation
  • iPhone Original (1st Generation) - The Apple iPhone 1st Generation (the original iPhone, EDGE, iPhone 1,1) combines mobile phone, Internet communications, iPod and other functionalities.

iPhone 3

iPhone 3
  • iPhone 3G - The iPhone 3G (iPhone 1,2) is the second generation of iPhones, combaining mobile phone, iPod, Internet functionalities.

iPhone 4

iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4 - The iPhone 4 is the 4th generation of Apple’s famous smartphone.
  • iPhone 4s - While no differences to its external characteristics were made, this version  introduced a few changes.
  • iPhone 4 GSM Revision A - This offered more of a lower-end take on the iPhone 4 with a memory of 8 GB. 
  • iPhone 4 CDMA Verizon Sprint - Mostly similar to the iPhone 4, this model introduced changes to the hardware – mainly, support for CDMA.

iPhone 5

iPhone 5

iPhone 6

iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 - the iPhone 6 included numerous changes, set several sales records and was extremely successful with the customers.
  • iPhone 6s - The iPhone 6s is the successor of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The new version features improved hardware and LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, upgraded read and front cameras and a faster processor.
  • iPhone 6 Plus - The iPhone 6 Plus is presented with a bigger display and, for instance, a higher capacity battery.
  • iPhone 6s Plus - The iPhone 6s Plus, the modernized model of the iPhone 6 Plus beat its extremely successful predecessor’s sales record.
  • iPhone 6 Global/Sprint -  The iPhone 6 introduced numerous changes in both the smartphone’s hardware and software.
  • iPhone 6 CDMA - The iPhone 6 is a new model introduced after the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 introduced numerous changes in both the smartphone’s hardware and software.

iPhone SE

iPhone SE
  • iPhone SE - The iPhone SE (Special Edition) is marketed as serving as a lower-cost replacement for the iPhone 5s, which was previously discontinued. This model has many hardware similarities with the iPhone 6s and it looks like Phone 5c. 

iPhone 7

iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 - The iPhone 7 was introduced at Apple’s “See you on the 7th” event on September 7, 2016, and  presented as The Best, Most Advanced iPhone Ever Including Breakthrough New Camera Systems, the Best Battery Life Ever in an iPhone and Water & Dust Resistance
  • iPhone 7 Plus - The iPhone 7 Plus was introduced at Apple’s event on September 7, 2016, along with iPhone 7. With its iPhone Apple has succeeded in a number of areas.

iPhone 55

iPhone 55

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iPhone 1st Generation

The Apple iPhone 1st Generation (the original iPhone, EDGE, iPhone 1,1) combines mobile phone, Internet communications, iPod and other functionalities. The original iPhone introduced a multi-touch interface (control of the functions by dragging fingeracross the glass display). The first iPhone is also referred to as the iPhone 2G because it doesn’t support 3G networks. (more…)

iPhone 3G

The iPhone 3G (iPhone 1,2) is the second generation of iPhones, combining mobile phone, iPod, Internet functionalities. This smartphone is similar to its predecessor iPhone 1.1 (iPhone original), However, this model includes new hardware features, such as GPS, 3G data, push email, turn-by-turn navigation, tri-band UMTS/HSDPA. The enhancements allow faster data downloads.The new operating system, iPhone OS 2.0. introduced the App Store as a new distribution platform for third-party applications. (more…)

iPhone 4

The iPhone 4 is the 4th generation of Apple’s famous smartphone. It is described as having introduced the most changes since the release of the original iPhone. Just as its predecessors, it combines the functions of a mobile phone, an iPod, Internet communications and many others. Compared to the iPhone’s previous generations, the 4th generation is presented with a sleeker, more angular design. Besides the differences in the iPhone’s external characteristics, it introduces new features, such as an additional front-facing VGA camera, additional DRAM supports – due to which an increased performance and multi-tasking are possible -, and an “Apple A4” processor, just to mention a few. (more…)

iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 is the sixth generation of the iPhone. This version of the iPhone has introduced great design changes, including a lighter body and a taller screen. The iPhone 5 introduced features that were not presented on the iPhone’s previous generations, for instance, LTE support, Lightning and a new, more compact, version of the dock connector. (more…)

iPhone 4s

The iPhone 4s is the fifth generation of Apple’s smartphone. While no differences to the phone’s external characteristics were made, this version of the iPhone released a year later after its very successful predecessor introduced a few changes to the 4s version compared to the iPhone 4, including increased battery life, extended wireless connectivity and a more powerful dual­core processor. The 4S model hosted major internal upgrades, including an upgrade to the Apple A5 chipset, and an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p video recording. It debuted with iOS 5, the fifth major version of iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system, that introduced features including iCloud, iMessage, Notification Center, Reminders, and Twitter integration. (more…)

iPhone 4 GSM Revision A

This version of the iPhone was introduced after the discontinuation of the original iPhone 4. The new model offered more of a lower-end take on the iPhone 4 with a memory of 8 GB. Being very similar to the original model, the iPhone 4 Revision A still offers some unique identifiers. (more…)

iPhone 6

The iPhone 6 is the successor to Apple’s previous smartphone models the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. The new model, which included numerous changes, set several sales records and was extremely successful with the customers. The new generation of Apple’s famous smartphone was also offered in a “Plus” version with a 5.5” display. (more…)

iPhone 6s

The iPhone 6s is the successor of the iPhone’s previous models – the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The new version features improved hardware and LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, upgraded read and front cameras and a faster processor. (more…)

iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 Plus is a new model of Apple’s smartphone introduced alongside the iPhone 6. While being very similar to the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 plus is presented with a bigger display and, for instance, a higher capacity battery, which was made possible due to the additional space in the phone. (more…)

iPhone 6s Plus

The iPhone 6s Plus is the successor to the iPhone 6 Plus. The modernized model of the iPhone 6 Plus beat its extremely successful predecessor’s sales record, becoming Apple’s new record setter by having sold 13 million models in the first weekend. (more…)

iPhone 4 CDMA Verizon Sprint

This model mostly similar to the previously presented iPhone 4 introduced a few changes to the hardware – mainly, support for CDMA. Other than that, the CDMA Verizon Sprint version of the iPhone offers a revised antenna and button placement and the new function of a “Personal Hotspot” allowing the iPhone to connect to other devices using their Wi-Fi connectivity. (more…)

iPhone 5S

The iPhone 5S is the successor to the iPhone’s previous model – the iPhone 5. Since its introduction, the iPhone 5S has been proclaimed as the «most forward-thinking smartphone in the world». The smartphone features a redesigned home button along with the new Touch ID function and several other hardware innovations. (more…)

iPhone SE

The iPhone SE (Special Edition) is a newly introduced model of the iPhone marketed as serving as a lower-cost replacement for the iPhone 5s, which was previously discontinued. This model has many hardware similarities with the iPhone 6s and it looks like Phone 5c. (more…)

iPhone 5c

The iPhone 5c is one of the models in the iPhone series first introduced in 2013. Introduced together with the more high-end version of the iPhone 5s, 5c lacks many of its newly presented features and uses many hardware features of its predecessor – the iPhone 5. (more…)

iPhone 5 CDMA/LTE, Sprint/Verizon/KDDI

The iPhone 5 is the sixth generation of Apple’s smartphone. This version introduced various changes including design changes, a lighter body and a taller screen. The CDMA iPhone 5 model, which is compatible with LTE bands 1, 3, 5 and 12, was meant for CDMA carriers – Sprint and Verizon in the US and KDDI in Japan. (more…)

iPhone 6 Global/Sprint

The iPhone 6 is a new model of the iPhone introduced after the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 introduced numerous changes in both the smartphone’s hardware and software. This iPhone 6 model is sold both locked to Sprint and unlocked and without a SIM in the United States. It is also sold unlocked on a variety of carriers in the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and many other markets. (more…)

iPhone 6 CDMA

The iPhone 6 is a new model of the iPhone introduced after the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 introduced numerous changes in both the smartphone’s hardware and software. This CDMA version of the iPhone 6, which is compatible with LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, and 29, is intended for Verizon in the US. (more…)

iPhone 5c CDMA/Verizon

The iPhone 5c is one of the models in the iPhone series first introduced in 2013. Introduced together with the more high-end version of the iPhone 5s, 5c lacks many of its newly presented features and uses many hardware features of its predecessor – the iPhone 5. This CDMA model of the iPhone 5c, which is compatible with LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 13, 17, 19, 20, and 25, was intended for the US market on Verizon, specifically. (more…)

iPhone 7

The iPhone 7 was introduced at Apple’s “See you on the 7th” event on September 7, 2016, along with iPhone 7 Plus phone. The new smartphone was presented as The Best, Most Advanced iPhone Ever Including Breakthrough New Camera Systems, the Best Battery Life Ever in an iPhone and Water & Dust Resistance. “iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus dramatically improve every aspect of the iPhone experience, reaching a new level of innovation and precision to make this the best iPhone we have ever made,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. (more…)

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