Apple’s share of global smartphone sales leapt significantly in the three months to the end of September, with the iPhone X remaining the top selling device for the quarter and reaching its highest share yet of 9.1%.
Apple has won a patent design case over the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China with a court overturning a verdict that it had infringed on a Chinese company's design patents.
An iPhone 6 Plus belonging to a resident of Queensland started emitting smoke after the device exploded as he was handing it over for repair at a shop earlier this week.
Repair experts globally have reported on a widespread display problem with iPhone 6 and Plus handsets – it is called the “Touch Disease.”
Repair experts globally are reporting a widespread problem on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus handsets – a grey flickering bar at the top of the screen and unresponsiveness.
Do you love to take selfies, but always wished to see your selfies in a better light? iWorld makes a case for the perfect selfie case that will light you up!
Apple's decision to introduce the small-form-factor iPhone SE has been bagged in some quarters. But it makes sense.
The Black Eyed Peas sang about ‘My humps’ and lovely lady humps, but not everyone finds the Hump of Notre iPhone Battery case as lovely.
Aussie company Dog and Bone makes a ‘smart case’ for its claimed world-first Wetsuit Impact case fusing slim, durable technology with flexible glass impact screen.
Tech21 has improved Impactology protection with FlexShock, which absorbs and dissipates force from drops up to 2 metres, and Apple sells it.
While Apple has been wowing the world with the launch of its new iPhone 6S and other new devices, one global analyst firm has warned that the innovation gap has narrowed and competitors are hot on Apple’s heels.
On the cusp of what everyone expects will be another whizz bang new in-between models iPhone launch comes the news that iOS fell behind Android in Australia during the first half of 2015. Meanwhile, smartwatches of all brands including the uber hyped Apple Watch have flopped.
A ‘small percentage’ of iPhone 6 Plus models have a faulty component in the rear iSight camera which can make photos look blurry, which Apple will fix.
Suncorp Bank has made fingerprint login available for its mobile banking app in response to what it says is customer demand for quicker access to account balances and mobile banking services.
The concept of wearable technology is as old as the hills and the latest indications are that not even the mighty Apple can convince us that strapping computers on our wrists is cool.
LifeProof has released its latest waterproof iPhone 6 case, now with a built-in 2600-mAh battery that delivers double the battery life.
Aggressive marketing by mobile phone operators and the popularity of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone Plus has driven yearly growth in the Australian smartphone market.
Australians backed away ever so slightly last year from buying media tablets, with slowing demand mainly due to “saturation” in the iPad and Android tablet market, according to a newly published research study.
If you’re always trying to squeeze a little extra juice from your iPhone’s battery, Mophie has always stood ready to take charge and deliver it!
I have just finished watching a documentary exposing the inhuman conditions that workers in Chinese factories making Apple products have to endure, while Apple reaps a near 40% margin on the US retail price of each iPhone 6. Yet it is not just Apple, its executives and shareholders who are to blame.
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