To the surprise of exactly no one, Apple’s new generation of iPhones will not include a standard 3.5mm headphone input. The decision signals the demise of an audio port that’s been used for more than 100 years—and honestly, it’s about time. The death of the headphone jack is a very good thing. Hear me out.
Apple just wrapped up its special media event in California, where it launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and some other new hardware. This was easily one of the biggest technology events of the year and there were plenty of huge announcements you’ll want to know about.
For nearly a decade, the iPhone has been the gold standard of mobile photography. No other company has come close to making a phone camera as consistently great as the iPhone’s. Now, Apple has once again established its dominance with the iPhone 7’s new camera.
This is Apple's biggest year yet—the line may sound trite, but at least this time, it actually holds some weight. Yesterday, not only did Apple finally give in to a (way) bigger iPhone, but after years of what's seemed like years of will-they-or-won't-they, Apple has finally entered the smartwatch game. And at least…
Your iTunes subscription now comes with its very own free Bono (album in which he sings lead vocals).
This is it. Apple just announced the iPhone 6—and the iPhone 6 Plus—a sleek sliver of aluminum that comes in two sizes. The screen on the smaller of the two measures 4.7-inches diagonally, and depending on the nature of your needs (and the size of your hands) it might just be the perfect phone for you.
Macworld 2009 is the last one for Apple. Will El Schillerino come up with a hubblelicious supernova of hardware and software? Will it be a farty puff? Here are all the rumors, sorted by probability.
Here's the new iPhone Pro, something that we don't expect at MacWorld 2009 at all. However, we do expect something like this to come at a later date. Why? Because it just makes sense.