While Apple remains traditionally tight-lipped over future innovations, another concept for the rumored iPhone 5S has been released. While much remains physically the same, a change in screen size and capacitive home button are the noticeable changes.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo updates his latest report on what we can expect from WWDC 2013: new Haswell-powered MacBook Pros and Airs, non-Retina 13-inch Pros to be discontinued, and dual-mics coming to the Air.
Wireless routers lie at the heart of your beloved Wi-Fi network. Thus, here's our roundup for the best wireless routers currently available on the market — no matter your budget.
As Apple continues to hammer out licensing deals with major music companies for its so called 'iRadio' music streaming service, the word is the Cupertino company may actually be ready to unveil it at next week's WWDC.
Look, I’m an average consumer of computers, so when I bought my brand new MacBook Pro the other day, it didn’t occur to me that the thing would be irrelevant almost immediately. What an idiot!
Apple has suddenly whacked up the prices of a number of its iDevices in Japan, with a weak yen cited as the cause of the hike. Anyone who was considering buying, for example, the 128GB iPad will now have to fork out an extra 13,000 yen ($130).
Google has stepped out in front of competitors by rushing the first connected glasses to the market, but if the past is any indication, Apple is watching and waiting. What would its late-arriving competitor to Google Glass look like?
Just days before Intel formally launches its new Haswell chips at Computex, and weeks before WWDC 2013, Apple quietly slashes prices on two 13-inch MacBook Pros for students based in the U.S.
When is Apple going to update the iPad line? What can we expect to see in the iPad 5? Join us for a roundup of iPad 5 rumors.
Justin Timberlake, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Jack Johnson, Queens of the Stone Age, Primal Scream, and Jessie J are all set to perform at the free month-long iTunes Festival in London this September, Apple announced Thursday.
A report Wednesday suggests Apple is making moves to diversify its supply chain, with Taiwan-based Pegatron set to produce the rumored low-cost iPhone. The move will come as a blow to Foxconn, which has up to now been Apple's main manufacturing partner.
iWatch: Apple boss calls wrist ‘interesting’ and ‘natural’, says Google Glass unlikely to go mainstream
Taken out of context, Tim Cook's description of the wrist as “interesting” and “natural” may sound a little odd to some observers. But link it to the subject of wearable tech and we have the strongest hint yet that Apple really is working on a…
Definitely ideal for situations where you absolutely don't want your smartphone to make a peep, the Mutator plugs into the headphone jack on your iOS device and makes sure it stays quiet.
An Apple-1 computer auctioned at the weekend fetched a staggering $671,400, setting a new record for an Apple-1 sold at auction. The computer, built by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in 1976, is believed to be one of just six working models in existence.
Looking for some new apps to fill up your phone or tablet with? Look no further, as we've collected the best apps of the week, both new and updates, all in one place. Improve your running music, play matchmaker for your friends, play a hand of poker with your…