"How many iPhones does it take to stop an AK-47 bullet?" The answer is "five, sometimes six," because not everything can be an exact science. But suffice it to say that a single iPhone in your breast pocket won't protect you from much.
Need to control your computer without a mouse or keyboard, from across the room or across the country? These five apps are up to the task.
Recently, spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office in New Jersey, Della Fave, posted a photo of herself carrying an iPhone gun case in her back pocket, proving that the accessory could be mistaken as a dangerous weapon.
In what is likely the first of many instances of snark to be expected from continued advancements in the realm of artificial intelligence, Siri gives us a rare glimpse of her sassy personality when asked, "What's zero divided by zero?"
Apple is taking a step toward alleviating the sadness that comes with aging batteries by updating its AppleCare+ support for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and all Apple Watch models to cover batteries that hold less than 80 percent of their original capacity.
Many Apple iPhone owners on the T-Mobile network woke up to an unpleasant surprise this morning: rebooting and crashing devices. The cause is still unclear, but users have come up with a few fixes in the meantime.
If you're willing to wait until Friday and make the trek over to Taiwan, you can own the most luxurious version of the Apple Watch for just $16,163, or NT $500,000, saving you nearly a cool thousand on a device you probably don't need.
BitTorrent has a new photo app, Shoot, that uses its Sync peer-to-peer technology for transferring photos and videos easily, quickly, and privately between iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. We take it for a test drive.
Apple is working on a solution to having to build those plastic strips into the body of an iPhone, just to let radio signals pass through the metal body. A new patent shows how it may solve the problem in the future.
The Taiwan FTC levied Apple with a $647,000 fine for forcing carriers to adhere to its iPhone pricing. Apple can appeal the decision, but the case could set a precedent for other countries to follow.
Living in fear of losing all of the contacts, photos, messages, and notes on your iPhone? Fear no more! We show you how to save your device from mayhem and data destruction with these easy backup tools.
Ex-BlackBerry co-CEO Jim Balsillie admitted his company didn't stand too much of a chance against the iPhone, thanks to a number of contributing factors that include the Verizon-exclusive BlackBerry Storm.