An analyst says Apple is dropping plans to make an iPhone SE 4. With Samsung and Google working on midrange phones for this year, do cheap iPhones have a future?
With iPhone 14 Plus sales reportedly lagging, it's time for Apple to realize that three new phones are better than four, especially for this fall's iPhone 15 launch.
Of all the changes that came to the iPhone this past year, including four new models from Apple, our managing editor's favorite new arrival came with iOS 16 in the form of lock screen widgets.
A new rumor claims the iPhone 15 Ultra could cost as much as $1,299. That would be a stiff price hike, but a lot can change between rumor and reality.
Apple generally doesn't release new iPhone SE models in consecutive years. But if it waits, the iPhone SE 4 risks falling behind competitive midrange phones from Google an Samsung.
Early Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 benchmarks suggest next year's Android phones could outperform the entry-level iPhone 14. Could Apple's $799 phone be losing its edge?
iPhone 14 sales numbers are starting to trickle in, and they tell us a lot about what's working with Apple's phone strategy — and what's not.
Don't wind up all wet — smartphone water resistance is a key feature, as our managing editor discovered on a recent canoeing trip.
iOS 16 is filled with lots of great features, but the upcoming addition of Live Activities in iOS 16.1 may be one of the most exciting, thanks to its many possibilities.
It may not be the worst thing about the iPhone, but it sure is annoying — the mirrored Apple logo on the back of the iPhone 14 reflects too much light.
We think highly of the iPhone 14, but that doesn't mean there's room for improvement. Here's what we hope to see next year when the iPhone 15 comes out.
Being the only Android user when everyone else uses an iPhone can be a lonely experience, especially when it comes messaging software and the iPhone's notorious green bubble for Android users.
With the iPhone 14's launch, Apple has reshuffled its iPhone lineup with new models and old favorites at discounted prices. But there's a big gap between the iPhone SE and the iPhone 12.
Apple introduced plenty of changes to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. But should those changes prompt you to upgrade your phone? We look at the pros and cons for the iPhone 14 Pro models.
We were told the iPhone 14 Pro was going to cost $100 more. But that didn't happen, and that's the best thing about Apple's announcements this week.
iPhone 14 Pro no-notch rumor looks likely — the Pro could get a single, elongated pill cutout instead of a notch, adding more display space.
The iPhone 14 likely won't feature a mini model when it debuts September 7. But that doesn't mean Apple should give up on compact devices going forward.
The iPhone 14 Pro models are tipped to get a 48MP main camera. That upgrade could improve camera performance in low light, which has been an area where the iPhone has fallen behind rivals.
Apple's going to need more than run-of-the-mill improvements to make a more expensive iPhone 14 Pro worth it. Here's what the phone maker might focus on.
Usually, iOS updates require a little caution, especially when the software is still in beta. But iOS 16's changes are proving to be too good to wait for.
Now's not the right time to buy an iPhone, just before the expected iPhone 14 launch. But if you did, there are still ways to make sure you can get a do-over.
Rumors may suggest that the iPhone 14 Pro is due to get the better enhancements. But there's still a case to be made for the iPhone 14 over the Pro version.
With Apple likely killing the iPhone 14 mini in favor of the iPhone 14 Max, the company may be signaling that the market for smaller smartphones is dead.
The Pixel 6a and iPhone SE (2022) show the different approaches to budget phones that Google and Apple take. And Google's approach makes for a more compelling low-cost option.
Visual Look Up gets a very big enhancement in iOS 16. Here's why the ability to remove subjects from a photo is cooler than you might think.