Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
Once you get used to the mobile OS's overhauled Camera and Photos apps, you'll take pictures faster and better than ever.
The Apple TV 6.0 update is back, hopefully with 100-percent less bricking. And Apple's got a walkthrough of a feature that lets you set up the set-top box using nothing more than your iOS device.
Despite concerns over a "lack of innovation," Apple's newest smartphones nearly doubled the previous year launch sales figures.
What makes people spend a few hours -- or maybe even an entire night -- waiting for the Apple Store to open its doors on iPhone Launch Day? We went down to the San Francisco Apple Store to find out.
What's new with the iPhone 5c and 5s? Jason Snell shows you what we're testing in a pair of videos about the latest smartphones from Apple.
Another launch, another line! The iPhone 5s and 5c launched on Friday, and crowds lined up sometimes around the block to secure their new phones.
A detailed investigation by Chipworks has located the iPhone 5s's new coprocessor, which Apple has dubbed the M7. But what's the real provenance of the chip?
In a joint interview, Apple's design and software chiefs discuss their aims and goals, and Ive reveals what he would design if he had to move on from Apple.
Both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s went on sale in 10 countries Friday, but it was the 5s -- and the gold-colored model -- that brought out the crowds to Apple Stores.
Jason Snell's got an iPhone 5c and here are his first impressions.
Sprint announced a new annual upgrade plan just in time for the new iPhones, and it's one of the best deals around.
A bug in iOS 7 lets you get to a user's photos, contacts, and even social networking without having to enter an unlock code. Apple plans to patch the vulnerability in a future release.
In a rare interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave his take on the modern mobile market.
This week's roundup focuses on apps that have been redesigned or relaunched to take advantage of features in (or the hype surrounding) iOS 7. Read on.
Because the fact that unlocking your cell phone is a crime is anti-competitive—and just plain stupid.