It's perhaps not surprising that the iPhone dominated the headlines this year. And not always for positive reasons.
Recent iPhone X Stories
Apple's iPhone X is chock-full of new technologies and features, but it comes with a few bad design choices that may limit its appeal.
There's been a lot of complaining lately about the declining quality of Apple design. For good reason.
I waited to purchase an iPhone X so that I could get the SIM-free version. Here are some quick first impressions.
Bing now puts its voice and camera search capabilities on its revamped homepage with the latest update on the iPhone.
Apple today released iOS 11.1.2, which fixes unresponsive iPhone X displays in cold temperatures.
Apple's iPhone X came out nearly two weeks ago, and although many of Microsoft's apps are yet to support the new device, Outlook is rolling out support for the iPhone X today.
Next year's iPhone lineup will sport Apple's new Face ID tech and a brand new 3D sensor for improved AR experiences will emerge in 2019.
It was a close call, but Google's Pixel 2 still offers the best smartphone camera in the market, with the iPhone X coming in second place.
OK, the "all-screen" iPhone X has a huge notch and very obvious bezels eating into its on-screen real estate. But there's a bigger issue.
The notch at the top of the iPhone X has been universally rejected by nearly everyone. Why did Apple make this obvious design mistake?
In an astonishing turn of events, Apple has secretly told the press that iPhone X facial recognition will not work well.
Apple describes every release of iOS as a "major upgrade," and I usually have a problem with that.
Microsoft implements technology too quickly, allowing followers like Apple to come in later and perfect and popularize it.
The best and worst of Apple was on display at yesterday's press event, a two-hour commercial for the company's new products.