iOS 14 is here, and it ushers in some significant changes for your iPhone. Our iOS 14 review looks at what's new with Apple's latest iPhone software.
The iPhone XR delivers fast performance, great cameras and longer battery life than other flagship phones, all in a colorful and affordable package.
The iPhone 12 sports a gorgeous new design, full 5G support, great cameras and even better performance. However, the lack of a charger in box and limited base storage are drawbacks.
The iPhone 12 Pro delivers amazing camera and video quality, 5G and crazy fast performance in a sleeker new design.
The iPhone 12 mini is the small, affordable flagship phone nobody else has dared to make — and it’s brilliant.
Verizon-owned Visible offers unlimited LTE smartphone data for just $40 a month — and now without a speed cap, for a short time.
Screen Time is great at managing kids' smartphone time, but some other parental-control features cost extra.
Kaspersky Safe Kids is the cheapest good option for monitoring Android, but Net Nanny is better for keeping an eye on Apple mobile devices.
Net Nanny is one of the best parental-control apps on iOS or Android, though it lacks call or text monitoring.
The iPhone XS is faster and takes better pictures than its predecessor, but the iPhone XS Max hogs the spotlight with its ginormous 6.5-inch display.
Palm is back with a tiny phone that's designed to get you to spend less time with your mobile devices. But the finished product doesn't quite deliver.
We take Apple’s newly launched News+ subscription service for a spin and find a wide variety of content that would be better served by some key feature tweaks.
This new iOS version improves notifications, security and even Siri, while giving you tools to manage your screen time.
A low price, easy setup and robust smart-home integration make the Sensibo Sky a sensible addition for your air conditioner.
The Olloclip Mobile Photography Box Set is the iPhone X lens kit to get, thanks to three quality interchangeable lenses that work with all the phone's cameras.
The quality of Memteq's 8-in-1 smartphone lens kit doesn't match its quantity. The kit gives you more than twice as many lenses as the competition. Too bad most aren't any good.
Despite this kit's full complement of accessories and its telephoto zoom, users may be better off looking elsewhere for a cell-photo lens kit.
VicTsing's smartphone lenses take good photos for the price, but its clip is frustrating. If you have the patience to fiddle with the poorly designed lens clip, you may end up with some decent photos.
The latest version of Apple's iOS is all about making things work better on your phone, but the introduction of augmented reality has the potential to be a game changer.
The build and image quality of Moment's iPhone lenses are great, but at $90 for each lens, this system is not cheap.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.