Evolutionary or not, there's a lot more going on behind the screen of an iPhone 5s than just a faster processor.
Apple's new iPhones show how smartphone vendors are overcoming the technical hurdles that have limited roaming using LTE.
Apple didn't need to put a 64-bit chip in the iPhone 5s. So why did it? Perhaps to pave the way for more powerful iPhones, iPads, and even Macs down the road.
You'll have to resort back to sending e-cards, now that Apple has done away with its Cards app and service.
Apple Tuesday showed off two new iPhones: the top-tier iPhone 5s and the colorful, entry-level iPhone 5c. Let's take a look.
Apple's new iPhone 5s is more of a shuffle than a leap in innovation.
The iPhone 5s gets beefed up with faster guts and fingerprint scanning, while the 5c is fantastic with plastic and rainbow colors.
All signs point to Apple rolling out new smartphones on September 10 at its event in Cupertino. But to find out exactly what Apple has up its sleeve, you'll have to read our live account of the event.
Some swear by Apple's extended warranty plan, AppleCare. Others just swear when talking about it. So it is worth the money or not?
Apple holds a press event at its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday. In this video report, we preview what you can expect.