After 10 years, the iPhone's security still beats all other OSes. Here's why iOS won the security race, and why the rest won't catch up.
A new report claims that the iPhone 8 will come in 4.7 and 5.5 inches, but the small model would be too small in a world of bigger and better phones.
Apple is reporting strong demand for the iPhone 7 Plus, which means the big-screen phone could be the biggest winner from Samsung's Note 7 failure.
UK consumer testing website Which? recently posted results suggesting the iPhone 7's battery life is pretty poor, but our testing says different. Here's why.
Making calls on the Apple Watch Series 2 is a pleasure, thanks to the improved speaker and microphone. This feature is especially great for drivers.
By selling a pair of wireless earbuds for $159, Apple is lowering the bar for what you can expect to pay for quality wireless audio.
Apple applauded its own courage after it confirmed the end of the line of the 3.5 millimeter analog audio jack in its iPhones. I disagree.
You don't have to buy a new phone every year. If you don't need a replacement phone immediately, you can skip the iPhone 7 for now.
One student almost had his phone erased by a stranger because Apple doesn't apply two-factor authentication to the Find My iPhone feature.
Pokémon Go has encouraged me to get out more, but the addicting monster-catcher has also kept me glued to my phone in public.
Apple doesn't have the best track record when it comes to audio accessories, and Lightning headphones would just make things more messy.
From making social sharing easier to fixing iCloud Music Libary, we've got five solutions to the problems that plague Apple Music.
A gaming Mac and more fitness-focused wearable are just two things I'd like to see Apple make right away. Do you agree?
Apple says it's been ordered to 'backdoor' the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone. That's not quite true, and it's important to understand why.
For parents who want more control over how their child uses a smartphone, Android boasts some clear advantages over Apple's iPhone.
It's no secret that Apple products command high prices, but that's also now true of the accessories and add-ons coming out of Cupertino.
Apple isn't building a television, because a full set won't provide anything that its set-top box can't already provide.
Apple should buy Fitbit in order to bring more customers into its ecosystem while gaining more expertise in health and fitness.
The Apple Watch is very impressive, but Apple needs to make these enhancements to win over more than early adopters.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 is better in almost every way than the iPhone, but I still can't bring myself to make the switch.
Apple's retail chief wants more people buying newly launched products online instead of queuing up in front of Apple Stores. And that's great news for consumers.
In an effort to avoid paying credit card fees, companies using CurrentC instead of Apple Pay are doing their customers a disservice.
The Apple Watch is just the latest volley fired in the battle between the two tech giants. Who is winning the innovation war?
It costs smartphone makers just 50 cents per gigabyte for smartphone storage, so why are we paying 12 times more? And why so scant to begin?
A lukewarm reception to the first wave of Android Wear smartwatches leaves the door wide open for a more focused and sleek iWatch.
News that Steve Jobs dismissed the idea of Apple building its own TVs is no surprise to anyone looking at the falling prices of TVs.
Based on everything we know now, the next iPhone will be a year late and a Bitcoin short of the competition. Here's six reasons why.
From its more capable camera to its cutting-edge fitness features, there are many reasons Samsung's latest flagship phone beats the iPhone 5s.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 won't deliver enough to sway people away from their iPhones. Here are five reasons why the iPhone is the phone to beat.