iPhone users find themselves at the centre of a hoax, Rockstar's billion dollar game GTA V is dubbed uninspiring and lots more.
It's Friday, which means time to reveal Mobile Entertainment's ten most read stories of the week, from Friday, September 20th to Thursday, September 26th.
The iPhone 5S and 5C were launched a week ago and achieved nine million sales in three days, while iOS 7 has secured 200 million downloads. Pranksters took advantage of the situation with a fake ad that claimed the operating system made devices waterproof – people believed it.
Other popular stories include games veteran Peter Molyneux calling GTA V unimpressive and Steve Jobs a bastard, while Tim Green spoke to teenage boys about mobile porn.
Check out the full rundown below.
But we already knew that didn’t we? Oh, it appears some of us didn’t.
At ME's Top 50 Mobile Innovators party, the 22 Cans creator explains why mobile games are more impressive than GTA V's billion dollar revenue and reveals the insane popularity of an app that was designed as a test.
Last month I asked teen girls what they do on their mobiles. Now it's the boys' turn...
Ahead of ME's Top 50 Mobile Innovators bash, Steven Leith from business and financial adviser Grant Thornton UK LLP explains the importance of instilling creativity and agility as key attributes for early stage businesses.
The new SDK version 6.4 will enable cross-platform capabilities allowing wider reach to consumers.
Apple's new iOS 7 operating system has been alive for a week and has had more than 200m downloads, but it's getting mixed reviews…
Want to get your hands on one of the new iPhones – and then throw it on the floor? Here’s what happens if you do.
Part of a mobile ticketing team-up with Corethree.
Along with push notifications, consumers find this form of communication the most persuasive.
Sales via desktop fizzle out to nothing as m-sales grow 210 per cent.