Sep 10

The iPhone 5S is the next generation iPhone. And of course it’s faster, better and even smarter than it’s predecessor. But with every iPhone comes a killer feature. Something the other phone will never have. With the iPhone 3GS is was speed and voice commands, with the 4S is was Siri and with the iPhone 5S it’s a smart home button. Read on for much more details after the break.

» It’s Finally Here: The iPhone 5S

Sep 26

A 9to5Mac reader sended an email to Senior Vice President of Marketing Phil Schiller regarding the easy to scratch”black” iPhone 5 back. He emailed: “I love my Black & Slate iPhone 5, but I’ve been seeing some scuffs, scratches and marks throughout the band around the phone along with many others. What should we all do? Any plans to fix this? ” Phil Schiller replied “Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver color. That is normal.” iPhone 5 users are not only experiencing scratching on their iPhone 5 bodies with normal use, some iPhone 5 units being scratched right out of the box. iPhone 5 scratch test video after the break. » Phil Schiller Says Aluminum iPhone 5 Back Scratching “Is Normal”

Dec 07

phil_schillerNew York Times asked Phil Schiller to name his favorite iPhone applications. The result: a Top 9 with apps like Shazam, Eliminate Pro and Best Camera. This is what Phil Schiller says about Shazam:

» Phil Schiller’s Top 9 Apps

Nov 23

phil_schillerDespite the massive success of the App Store, the actual app approval process has been a constant source of criticism for Apple. A couple of well known developers have recently quit from developing iPhone apps altogether due to the process. Businessweek recently interviewed Apple’s senior vice-president of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller who predictably defends the process: » Phil Schiller Defends App Store