iPhone

Latest iOS 9 update makes it easier to ditch dodgy Wi-Fi

iPhone owners can say goodbye to frustratingly weak or unstable Wi-Fi connections — the latest version of the iOS 9 beta can automatically switch back to a cellular connection if needed.

Mobile

Is Apple plotting a huge event for Sept. 9?

Unofficial reports say Sept. 9 is the date that Apple has chosen to show off this year's batch of iPhones — and iPads and a brand new Apple TV are said to be arriving at the same time.

Mobile

Despite FBI whining, iMessage isn’t invincible after all, researcher claims

The FBI has claimed that criminals are "going dark" behind a wall of encryption on services like iMessage, but computer-security researcher Nicholas Weaver isn't convinced.

Mobile

The iPhone loses market share in U.S. thanks to Android, but fares better in Europe

Analytics firm ComTech reports that Android made gains the expense of Apple's iPhone in the U.S. in Q2, but performed poorly in Europe. Google's mobile OS still dominates in China, however.

Android Army

The future is here: Women can finally charge their iPhones in their jeans

Joe's Jeans created a pair of skinny jeans that have special pockets for an external battery pack and an iPhone. That way, you can charge your phone with your jeans -- even while you wear them.

Mobile

See the first photos from the iPhone 6S production line

There's only a month or so to go until Apple's traditional iPhone unveiling event, and the leaks are starting to add up to a steady trickle. These are the newest pictures to appear.

Mobile

Still stumped? Here are 15 tips and tricks for the Apple Watch

The Apple Watch can do more than just tell you the time. Here are a few lesser-known features, whether you're looking to mute notifications or quickly adjust haptic feedback.

Wearables

Fake iPhone bust: police raid factory making $19 million worth of fake iPhones

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.

Mobile

In response to Donald Trump’s abuse of his phone number, Lindsey Graham destroys phone

After Donald Trump, the world's most politically incorrect combover, decided to unceremoniously give out Lindsey Graham's phone number, the South Carolina senator decided to destroy his phone, and show the world how to do it.

Mobile

The days of the 16GB iPhone could be numbered

Could 2015 finally be the year when Apple ditches the 16GB option on the iPhone? Fresh supply chain rumors say the next batch of Apple handsets are going to start at 32GB and go up to 128GB.

Mobile

Yik Yak app steps up its game by introducing photos

Yik Yak, the social app that lets college students anonymously post text-based posts, has announced users will now be able to share photos on the service. Photos must be "mom-safe," and will be approved by moderators before posting.

Mobile

Apple’s dominance of the smartphone market seen in profits more than sales

The modern day monopoly isn't found in steel or railroads, but rather in smartphones. While Steve Job's Apple empire may only comprise 20 percent of smartphone sales, it also boasts a stunning 92 percent of profits across the industry.

Business

Man arrested for charging his iPhone in a London train

45-year-old Robin Lee was arrested on the London Overground for charging his iPhone using a wall outlet he wasn't supposed to use. Strangely enough, he was "de-arrested," only to be arrested again for something else.

Mobile

Man apologizes after jumping on stage at Broadway show to charge his iPhone

It's tough when the battery in our phones is about to run out, but this man attending a Broadway show took it too far when he jumped up on stage and plugged his iPhone into a fake wall outlet.

Mobile

Broadway star Patti Lupone nabs theatergoer’s phone for texting during her show

Broadway actress and singer Patti LuPone had enough with a particular audience member, who was texting with her phone throughout her performance. LuPone eventually had enough and took the phone away from the audience member.

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