While it's not been long since the last iPhones launched, rumors for the next iPhone are already surfacing. Apple's 2019 flagship could include a variety of upgrades ranging from a new design to enhanced features.
Never lose any of your cherished selfies or family vacation photos from your iPhone again by learning how to transfer photos from your iPhone to a computer, whether you want to use a cable or wireless transfer.
Apple announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that allows as many as 9 million veterans to access their health records straight on their iPhone. The announcement could have a significant impact on veterans'…
Need a better phone but don't want to spend a fortune? It's never a bad time to score a new smartphone and save some cash. We rounded up the best smartphone deals available that can save you as much as $950.
The iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the world, and we want to bring out the best in yours. Behold our comprehensive list of the best iPhone apps, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won’t be able to put down.
Resetting an iPhone can alleviate all sorts of software woes, and wipe away personal data should you sell your device or give it to someone else. Here's how to factory reset an iPhone from within iOS or iTunes.
Apple is continuing its war on physical buttons, and has filed a patent for a volume rocker that uses Apple's Force Touch tech. The tech could end up being used on either the iPhone or the Apple Watch at some point in the future.
Apple boss Tim Cook said the company could lower iPhone prices in some markets in a bid to boost sales. The news comes as Apple released data on Tuesday, January 29 showing a rare year-on-year decline in iPhone revenue.
While Android manufacturers release the first 5G handsets in 2019, Apple is expected to hold out for 2020. Should you nab an Android phone this year and take advantage of the latest in wireless technology, or stay in the Apple ecosystem? We…
Following complaints that Apple's "Shot on iPhone" contest appeared to offer no financial reward for the winning photographers, the company has reworded its terms and conditions to indicate that it will offer compensation.
Like previous years, Apple has once again launched its Shot on iPhone program, which encourages users to submit the best photos they've taken with their iPhone. Ultimately, the winners will get their photos featured on billboards.
To use any of Apple's services, you need to have an Apple ID and know your password. Thankfully, there are ways to deal with forgotten passwords and regain access to your account. Here's how to reset your Apple ID password.