The newest update to the iPhone's operating system lets you control which contacts and messaging apps your child is able to use at specific times of the day.
The new Sign In with Apple service lets you mask your identity using disposable email addresses. Here's how it works.
iOS 13 brought a number of changes, from a new Dark Mode to overhauled apps. And now iOS 13.2 is here, bringing new iPhone 11 features plus support for the AirPods Pro.
Dark Mode, big performance improvements, revamped Maps and Photos and a new way to protect your privacy.
Apple pulled more than a dozen iOS apps infested with adware from the App Store. Here's what you need to know.
Apple's iPhone Upgrade program lets you get a new iPhone every year and includes Apple Care. Here's how it stacks up to the carriers' offerings.
A phony website promising a tool to jailbreak your iPhone simply fakes the process while putting hidden ads on your screen.
A new hack decrypts the boot code of every iPhone model from 4S to X, but you'll need special hardware to take advantage of it.
Apple quietly pushed out an emergency patch for Macs and older iPhones that fixes the last of several flaws revealed in July.
Cloudflare's WARP service promises safer mobile connections for free, and faster ones for a small monthly fee.
Wondering where Apple moved the iOS apps update screen in iOS 13? We were too. Now we can share what we found out.
Dark Mode on iOS 13 makes content pop on the iPhone and looks cool, but it has more practical benefits.
Evidence is mounting that Apple has a new accessory in the works that will be able to help you track objects like keys and backpacks.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were the fastest phones ever when they came out in 2017, and they still take draw-dropping photos and offer wireless charging. The Plus is the one to buy.
Researchers say Apple's AirDrop and AirPlay technology leaves users vulnerable to a number of cyber attacks.
The latest disclosed security flaws provide additional reminders that iPhone updates pack more than just new features.
Government officials want tech companies to put backdoors in encrypted communications apps — and may turn to Congress to make it happen.
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