Apple iPhone Review is an independent source of iPhone news, accessory reviews, and tutorials.
Founded in December 2006 by Chris Cano (a.k.a. “iPhoneChris”), AppleiPhoneReview.com was the first website to publish news & commentary on the iPhone.
In fact, we’ve been writing since before anyone even knew whether there’d be an Apple iPhone.
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