In this edition of our weekly iPhone-case roundup, we bring you a few cases you can barely see, some that are barely there, and a couple designs that look like they came straight out of a Hollywood superhero movie.
When using fictitious prices and unfair comparisons, Samsung products sure beat the pants off Apple products!
The current iPhone 5 used on AT&T's network is compatible with some, but not all, of T-Mobile's networks. A version of the smartphone with broader support is due out next month.
T-Mobile announced big changes to its U.S. wireless plans Tuesday, including subsidy-free pricing plans and no two-year contracts.
There's better and then there's better. See the difference?
After a month on Windows Phone, Macworld senior writer Lex Friedman is finally allowed to power up his iPhone 5 again. But he's taken away some valuable lessons from the competition.
In this week's iPhone-case roundup, we bring you a wallet that sticks to your phone, and we blow a gasket over a great automotive-inspired case.
Apple has alerted developers that they must stop accessing UDIDs and support the iPhone 5's screen for all new and updated apps as of May 1.
Lex Friedman put aside his beloved iPhone for a month to see how those using Windows phones get along.
Bowers & Wilkins has announced two additions to its Wireless Music System product line: the Z2 and a retooled Zeppelin Air.
It's supposed to look like an old retro microphone, and provide dual protection for your iPhone 5, but that might be a bit too much to hope for.