While the FBI was embroiled in a very public spat with Apple about unlocking an iPhone, it seems the LAPD may have been quietly unlocking another.
Did you hear? The sort of old, sort of new, but much smaller iPhone is coming out tomorrow! Sometimes people are so excited for phones that they line up for them.
The tech world loves their Easter eggs, from Adventure’s original hidden feature to Tesla’s various car tricks. But don’t fall for the recent claims for one hidden in your iPhone: if you attempt it, you’ll brick your device.
The iPhone 6c? Naw. Maybe it’s the iPhone 5e? Nope. Apple rumor machine 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman is going with “iPhone 5se” for Apple’s rumored 4-inch iPhone, supposedly coming this March. It makes me want to punch something.
Yeah, Apple has prophets, but considering that Apple Stores are basically modern-day temples, it kind of goes with the territory. This particular tech soothsayer, Ming-Chi Kuo, accurately predicted 9 months in advance that Apple was creating a stylus, and he’s been called the “Best Apple analyst on the planet,” so…
You got a new iPhone! Maybe it's a slightly bigger iPhone 6 or a bigger-still 6 Plus. Either way, what now? Here's what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you're a first-timer or an iOS pro.
A week after the iPhone 6 launch, I found myself drunk, eligible for a contract phone upgrade, and holding my finger perilously close to the checkout. $200 for Apple's latest seemed like a no-brainer. Two months of less-than-blissful life with the 6 later, and I'm switching back.
Apple users, it's here—the final, stable, built-for-the-regular-public version of iOS 8 has arrived. Back up your stuff so you don't lose everything, and then go get that fresh new software!
As expected, would-be iPhone 6 owners are currently wading through a torrent of trade-in and upgrade offers. It's all very, very confusing. But AT&T is being clear about one thing: If you trade in an iPhone 4, 4S, 5, or 5C, you will get at least $200 credit towards a new device*.
It's iPhone time of the year again! Apple will reportedly show off the eighth generation of its flagship device today. If you believe the rumors, iPhone 6 will be one of the most dramatic updates to the iPhone line in quite some time.
I'm not saying you shouldn't rock an Attack on Titan cell phone case in the shape of the 3D Maneuvering Device's controller from the show. By all means, let your otaku flag fly. All I'm saying is: Don't pull this thing out in the subway if you don't want get arrested and/or shot. Because it looks exactly like an IED…
For all the wild creativity swirling around the internet, sometimes it's the most simple gestures that make us smile. Such is the case with this video that Nitzan Yogev shot during a snowstorm in Jerusalem. Take a look.
Buying an iPhone is not confusing. You have a 50% shot of getting it right (unlike the 100% success rate you'd had a few months ago). But if you still need help in deciding which iPhone is best, here's how we would rank them all.
The iPhone is popular. Not just here in the United States, but around the whole world. But depending on where you are, you might be paying a lot for it. This map of iPhone 5S prices across the globe shows the worst places to buy.
The iPhone 5S may have a fancy new dual-LED flash, but ultimately, it doesn't make that much difference. Low-light pictures continue to the bane of the phone photographer's existence, and every blurry, noisy, and/or blown-out shot from a dimly lit bar is a painful reminder. This new case from Brick and Pixel called…
A new wave of smartphones is here, with a new wave of powerful optics behind them. (41 megapixels, anyone?) And to both celebrate and document the new wave of phone photography, we want to photos that have been shot and edited on nothing but your phone.
Good news, fitness freaks: Nike's Move app, which brings Fuelband functionality to the iPhone 5s using its M7 motion-sensing co-processor, is now available in the App Store.
Some new iPhone 5S are having battery problems. Apple told the NY Times, "We recently discovered a manufacturing issue affecting a very limited number of iPhone 5S devices that could cause the battery to take longer to charge or result in reduced battery life." Those with crappy battery life will get a new phone.
As Apple was prepping the perfectly glitzy hue of the goldpagne iPhone 5S, the phone was being referred to as "the Kardashian phone" inside Apple according to NY Times reporter Nick Bilton. Yes, that would be the same Kardashian as notorious iPhone auteur Kim and her well manicured yet totally overexposed family.…