Apple's new iOS-to-iOS messaging service iMessage may have come as a surprise to wireless carriers of the iPhone, reports indicate.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will soon take the stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco to reveal the new iOS 5. But this leaked image may provide a sneak peak into the software's newest features.
Mere days ahead of Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (June 6), Cupertino has announced its iWork software suite for iPhone and iPod touch.
It's official: Apple will debut its iCloud service, as well as its next-generation iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion software at its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 6.
More than two months after Opera Mini 6 appeared on other platforms, the latest version of the popular browser has finally come to Apple's mobile devices.
Comcast will offer nearly 6,000 hours of streaming content for mobile users - but get used to connection failures and programming interruptions, as it's currently only available via Wi-Fi.
The writing is on the wall: A new Apple patent confirms that the company has a cloud-based iTunes service in the work, and it includes some ingenious solutions to common media streaming problems.
The bad news: It doesn't look like Microsoft has future plans for Zune hardware. The good news: The resulting surplus means it's more affordable than ever.
Sorry to kill any hopes and dreams out there, but there's actually no evidence of a buttonless Apple device in the works.
The new technology would include new virtual buttons and indicators on the bezel that would extend capabilities beyond the normal display.
A newly granted Apple patent reveals the company's next-generation iOS connector.
Get your skepticism ready: A supposed iPod Touch image has surfaced revealing a lack of buttons and massive amounts of storage.
Hacker crew Dev-Team releases its latest redsn0w jailbreak for iOS 4.3.1 with Windows and Mac compatibility, though the iPad 2 is not supported.
Seems like if Apple isn't dominating a market, it isn't satisfied. In a speculated new move, the company may license AirPlay technology and try to take over connected TVs.
With two different versions of Samsung's Android-based music player headed to the US soon, we compare the Galaxy Player vs. the iPod Touch to see whether Samsung has a shot of ousting Apple.