Apple’s next iPhone should be arriving sometime soon. Here’s everything we can (likely) expect from the fifth-generation handset.
Rumors suggest that Apple will hold iOS 5 back for a fall launch, with an official reveal coming at June's WWDC along with the first details of the company's plans for cloud-based services for its devices.
A YouTube user posts a video showing an iPad updated to the newly released iOS 4.3 running an untethered jailbreak.
Apple adds a password check to all in-app purchases and removes the 15-minute window that allows users to continue making purchases after an initial password entry.
Safari and Internet Explorer went down without a fight in at the Pwn2Own security conference, while Chrome has yet to even be challenged.
Feel like staying up late - or getting up early? The iPad 2 will go on sale at Apple's Web site at 1 a.m PST (that's 4 a.m EST).
We pin the accelerator on Safari in iOS 4.3 to see whether Apple really has greased the wheels on Safari with the Nitro engine.
Apple's latest iOS 4.3 includes support for iPhone 4 mobile hotspot tethering and iTunes Home Sharing, improves AirPlay, and boosts Safari performance.
AT&T re-confirms the cost of Personal Hotspot tethering, previously announced last summer as a $20 add-on to any $25/month Data Pro plan.
Apple releases iTunes version 10.2 in preparation for the arrival of the iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 next Friday.
As the iPad 2 makes its official debut, the first-generation Apple tablet sees its first price cut. Question is, do you go for the savings or this year's hot gadget?
Apple’s latest iOS update makes it easier to connect different devices, both for sharing connectivity and sharing media like music and video between them.
Suspicious lines of code in iOS 4.3 beta have us wondering if Apple plans to sell, stream, or rent games online with Apple TV.
Along with a slew of new features, the beta release of iOS 4.3 also mentions two new iPhone models and three new iPad models.
Mark your calendars. December 9 may mark an Apple-News Corp announcement that many believe is the long-awaited introduction of subscriptions for the iPad.