The iPhone SE might not be the latest and greatest of Apple’s handsets, but it deserves a decent case – to make sure it’s protected from drops and scratches, and to help it look as trendy and beautiful as it deserves.
The billionaire chief of Foxconn Technology Group, Apple Inc.’s main iPhone assembler, argues that China’s “unreasonable” restrictions on overtime ...
Microsoft has just updated the Authenticator iOS app with a new feature, bumping the OS build number to version 5.9.0 on iPhone and iPad.
Apple has made it a hobby to remove features from the iPhone, and after pulling the plug on the headphone jack and the fingerprint sensor, it looks like the company had another such move in mind.
Xiaomi is slated to unveil Redmi 6 Pro along with Mi Pad 4 on June 25. Read to know the key features of the upcoming Android devices.
When Apple announced the iPhone X last year, it also introduced a new AirPower wireless charger that it promised will charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at once. Since that announcement, though, Apple has remained silent about its wireless charger. Now a new report claims to shed more light on what's going on with AirPower.
When Terry Gou meets shareholders at Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.’s annual general meeting today he will likely talk about U.S. expansion, booming ...
Aside from Samsung, all notable Android makers out there crafted iPhone X clones this year that look more or less like the real thing. While some of them deny copying Apple, including well-known companies like LG and OnePlus, it was Huawei that perfectly illustrated the reason why Apple is still the company others still try to emulate. Huawei said that it had its notch-designs for years, but it was too afraid to go forward. What Huawei, and others, needed was Apple to do it first. To take the risk.
What would using your iPhone as your car key look like in practice? Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet run through the possibilities. They also look at the on-again, off-again case where plaintiffs accuse the company with a minority share of the smartphone business of having an App Store “monopoly.”
If you own the Apple iPhone X, imagine the device without the Lightning port. In fact, imagine the tenth anniversary model being 100% port-free. According to a report published today by Bloomberg, that was an idea that Apple engineers considered when developing the phone. But the idea was rejected because wireless charging is slower than wired charging. And there is something else to consider; having wireless charging technology included inside the box would have jacked up the price of what already was turning out to be quite an expensive handset.
The first iPhone to shed its headphone jack was the iPhone 7, which launched in late 2016. Now it seems like the Lightning port may be the next to go. CNET reports: Apple has considered removing the Lightning port on the iPhone X, according to Bloomberg, citing unnamed "people familiar with the company's work." While earlier rumors suggested that Apple would remove the Lightning port in favor of USB-C, Apple's goal may be to remove all ports entirely.