A resilient app ecosystem with growing opportunities for developers around the world
No additional hardware required
The new technology aims to increase our connectivity while staying engaged with the world around us
Here we go again: Current rumors suggest that Apple might be planning to throttle data and charging speeds on USB-C cables that don't have the MFi badge. The certification is Apple's way of ensuring devices and accessories are safe to use with iPhones. There is no official indication that it will hinder uncertified devices, but the European Commission isn't taking any chances.
There is only so much you can do to work around Apple's tight iPhone security
The refurb market keeps growing
The handset that started it all
Something that should make your Apple ID safer can quickly turn into the opposite
Technical issues are to blame
Burglars knew exactly where to drill without hitting pipes, suggesting sophisticated planning
Face ID could move under the display on Pro models in 2025
The iPhone brought smartphones into the mainstream, but before there were Samsung Galaxy devices to contend with, a company called RIM made BlackBerry phones that looked more like tiny laptops.
Big changes in store for the iPhone OS?
The Kremlin doesn't trust iPhones
What just happened? The Kremlin has told staff involved in President Vladimir Putin's 2024 re-election campaign to get rid of their iPhones before the end of this month over fears that western intelligence agencies could be using them for surveillance purposes. Those who would rather not throw their expensive handset away have been advised to "give it to the kids."
The Indian state of Karnataka is now closer to China's labor practices
iPhone SE 4 promises to be a major upgrade
Two entry-level Samsung Galaxy phones also made the list
Competitors will need to look elsewhere
Over 100 times its original price
Developers could put their app controls anywhere
More expensive than $1,600?!
Still no support for touch-based controls, though...
Flagship iPhone prices have jumped 66% since 2009, but Tim Cook says people are happy to pay more for "the best"
Those who aren't Apple fans might disagree