Texas businessman Ben Wilson is thanking his lucky stars after his iPhone dropped from 9,300 feet in the sky, only for it to be discovered still in working order. Wilson successfully tracked down the phone using Find My iPhone.
While many expected to see a new Apple TV unveiled at WWDC earlier this year, the event came and went without a reveal. Apple does have a habit of announcing new products in September, though, and a new Apple TV will likely be among them.
For a company that hates the stylus, Apple sure has a lot of patents for cool styli. Two new patents explain how a stylus could record and transmit different textures on a digital surface to make 3D creations.
Apple's under-construction "spaceship" campus is set to include a visitor's center featuring a store, cafe, and observation deck from where fans of the company will be able to gaze adoringly at the new donut-shaped headquarters.
Sick of hearing the same songs over and over again? ReverbNation's EchoMusic app introduces you to new artists who haven't made it to the big time yet. Its goal is to help you "discover the undiscovered" talent that's out there.
Have you ever wanted to create your own music video but didn’t know where to start? Triller, a new app for iOS, makes it easy for users to create their own music videos to their favorite songs, without having any editing skills.
Apple’s latest platform update offers some enticing new features, but for some people it has also caused some issues. Here are the main iOS 8 problems people have been complaining about with advice on how to work round or fix them.
How powerful is the Apple Watch? Powerful enough to boot up Mac OS 7.5.5, an operating system originally developed for desktop computers. A programmer recently got the '90s era OS running on Apple's wearable device.
Apple Pay has gone live in the UK. It's the first time for the tech company to take its contactless payment service outside of the U.S., with both Apple and the 250,000 U.K. locations where it's available hoping for a smooth rollout.
It sounds like the plot from a high-speed thriller -- police raid a factory, find $19 million worth of contraband, and arrest nine suspects. Only in this case, it's not a drug bust -- it's all about iPhones.