iOS 7.1.2 is a minor update that includes stability improvements and patches for security vulnerabilities.
Advert highlights iOS’ ability to integrate into the “smart” home.
Looking up at the bottom line and leaving ego aside, Microsoft is said to be working on a potentially disruptive smartwatch capable of synching to Windows Phones as well as iPhones and Android-running handhelds.
A desk lamp it may merely seem to be, but it can dock with your iPhone to uncover its secret identity as a scanner.
Near Field Communication, a feature that Apple has never included in the iPhone before, might finally find its way to the smartphone this year.
The company wants customers to trade-in their old iPhones for newer models at its brick and mortar stores.
A project on Kickstarter introduces an easier and cheaper way to make iPhones waterproof.
Roam & Wander’s plush toys aim to convert the typical iPhone and iPad into tactile and interactive educational toys.
An analyst claims that contrary to rumors, Apple may not be interesting in taking on the titanic task of designing and developing a baseband chip for the iPhone in-house.
An analyst claims vendors and carriers are seeing weak demand for the iPhone 5S, and that customers can simply opting for other devices.
For the first time ever, the secretive company has revealed details about the development process of its iconic smartphone.
With 500 million units sold in the seven years the iPhone has been on the market, Apple has to make radical changes to sustain the momentum.
Apple’s popular smartphone might not be able to compete on price, but its desirability seems to trump the competition.
An unnamed Samsung official claims that the company is going to produce Apple’s next generation A8 processor.
Apple has released iOS 7.1 for the iPhone and iPad, adding new features, bug fixes, and interface tweaks to all supported devices.
This nifty little app makes it easy for users to keep track of iOS devices that need to be plugged in immediately.
Russia’s second largest carrier has agreed to purchase at least 750,000 iPhones from Apple over the next three years.
John Chen’s remark was apparently in jest after being asked about the popularity of the iPhone.
One of the major reasons behind this could be the possibility that Siri might be used as the primary input method for the much rumored iWatch.
An iPhone 5S user has posted pictures online of his device that caught fire while in use and eventually exploded.