Emily Price A new budget version of the iPhone is set to launch this year, according to an ETrade Supply source.
Samantha Murphy It may seem like everyone already has all the mobile devices they need, but global shipments for notebooks, tablets and smartphones reached 308.
Salvador Rodriguez There are plenty of rumours on the web about the next iPhone, but you should trust only a few of them.
Jon Erlichman and Brian Womack Facebook is talking to Apple about crafting a version of its new mobile software for the iPhone.
Apple is seeking a patent for an iPhone that has a display that wraps around the edges of the device, expanding the viewable area and eliminating all physical buttons.
Stan Schroeder Apple considered the names TriPod, Mobi and TelePod for its iPhone, according to former Apple head of advertising Ken Segall.
Samantha Murphy New photos of an iPhone prototype reveal it once looked quite different to how we know it today.
Anita Li More details about Apple's rumoured cheaper iPhone have emerged online, providing an idea of what the smartphone looks like.
Emily Price Photos of what may be Apple's next iPhone have surfaced online.
James Manning Apple is working on a more affordable version of the iPhone that would sell for as little as $300 and could be released as early as the middle of this year, according to reports.
Emma Thomasson Apple, sensitive about protecting its own designs, has struck a deal to use Swiss railway operator SBB's trademark station clock design on iPads and iPhones.
Katie Cincotta The choice between the iPhone 5 and its HTC rival comes down to personal preferences in our one-on-one match-up.
Edward C. Baig Flawed maps haven't been the only issue to get some consumers worked up about the iPhone 5.
In another blow to the credibility of Apple Maps, the company has delayed the turn-by-turn navigation feature in Australia, making us the last country to receive the upgrade.
Will Oremus In another embarrassing blunder for Apple, asking its voice assistant Siri "how much damage did Hurricane Sandy do" returns information about the US National Hockey League.
Macman Apple's new iPhone is improved in some key performance areas.
Adam Turner The iPhone 5's redesign makes life difficult if you want to use Apple's wunderphone in the car.
Deborah Netburn iPhone fever is not just an adult affliction. It has trickled down to the younger population as well.
Macman iPhones never fall far from the tree in this connected environment.
Macman Apple's Maps app has come in for criticism, but the iPhone is still heading in the right direction.