It looks like Apple really is serious about subscription services: Even its flagship product line is moving in that direction.
Recent Apple iPhone Stories
Apple’s best iPhone is powerful, capable, and smart enough to draw interest from the Android crowd. Only its high pricetag stands in the way.
A reliable Apple leaker claims that the firm will release the long-awaited iPhone SE 2 in early 2020 with a $400 starting price.
My iPhone 11 Pro Max arrived exactly one week earlier than promised, complicating my trip to New York.
The hitch? They will only do so for out-of-warranty iPhone repairs. And it will only be available in the U.S. at first.
The iPhone will retain its huge notch until 2020, when versions with a much smaller notch---or no notch all---will finally arrive.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that iPhone users could sue Apple for antitrust violations related to the iPhone App Store.
Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said this week that his firm is “open” to selling its 5G chips to Apple for the iPhone.
While it appreciates Apple’s stance on privacy, Mozilla is calling on the firm to make a change that would improve customer privacy even further.
Apple has once again cut the price of the iPhone in China. But this time, it's cutting prices on iPads, Airpods, and Macs as well.
This complaint is the single greatest threat yet to Apple’s plans to grow its services business and overcome soft iPhone sales.
A new report from an analyst close to Apple claims that the consumer electronics giant will release an augmented reality (AR) headset in 2020.
Apple will launch a new credit card that will integrate with iPhone and help customers better manage their money.
Sales of Apple’s iPhone lineup dropped an astonishing 20 percent in the most recent quarter, while Huawei sales surged 23 percent.
This has inadvertently turned into a big week of iPhone news and commentary. But I think this is an important topic, so what the heck.
An editorial about smartphone obsession is well-intended, but it gets the history of Steve Jobs and the iPhone all wrong.
As with my PCs, I install the same basic set of mobile apps on each phone and tablet that I use. Here’s a quick rundown.
Qualcomm has won another patent-infringement injunction against Apple, this time in Germany.
Apple today released iOS 12.1.2 for iPhones only, and the version available in China addresses two Qualcomm patent violations.
Remember those reports that the China sales ban on iPhones applied only to older models running iOS 11? That's not true.
Apple says that it will make two major changes to the iPhone software in China to avoid a patent-infringement sales ban.
Last week, I wrote about my experiences using Google Fi with the OnePlus 6T. This morning, I switched the service over to an iPhone.
Qualcomm announced today that it has won two preliminary injunctions against Apple in China related to their ongoing patent spat.
A new report details the emergency response within Apple when it became clear that its new iPhones were not selling as well as expected.
Apple reportedly won't ship the first 5G-capable iPhones until late 2020, about a year after the rest of the industry.
Now Apple's biggest manufacturer is trimming $3 billion in expenses related to diminished device sales.
An explosive new report in the Wall Street Journal says that Apple has cut production of all three new iPhones by 30 percent.