Higher resolution and bigger screens reported to feature on Apple's latest.
Lance Ulanoff Landmark new features make the iPhone 5S feel less like an upgrade and more like a reboot.
Charles Arthur Speculation is mounting that Apple will announce a new version of its iPhone on September 12 and an "iPad mini" in October.
Ben Grubb The iPhone 5 is lighter, thinner, faster and taller than its predecessor.
Apple's iPhone 5 supply shortfall is being exacerbated by a quality-control crackdown designed to cut the number of devices shipped with nicks and scratches, according to a source.
Salvador Rodriguez It hasn't even been three months since the iPhone 5 was released and already rumours about an iPhone 5S, or even an iPhone 6, are starting to spread on the internet.
Apple plans to use a larger screen on the next-generation iPhone and has begun to place orders for the new displays from suppliers in South Korea and Japan, people familiar with the situation said on...
Anick Jesdanun The Samsung Galaxy SIII is a strong contender to Apple's popular device, writes Anick Jesdanun.
Glenn Chapman iPhone fever made Apple the hottest smartphone maker at the end of 2011 but handsets with Google's Android software are becoming the true winners.
New software update to improve communication with wireless networks.
Jenneth Orantia If you have a smartphone or tablet and a wireless network, you're halfway there.
Natasha Barker Thinking about quitting your job? Use this app to do it by text.
Tim Culpan and Adam Satariano Apple is preparing to introduce a new, thinner iPad, sources familiar with the plans say.
Farhad Manjoo Apple and Samsung smart watches are coming. Hopefully they'll be better than Pebble.
David Pogue Is speech recognition better on Apple or Android smartphones? It depends on how it's used.
Ben Grubb Young Australian's airport lounge discovery app featured prominently in Apple's store.
Sound of music
Road test These sleek bearers of sound are no longer the gimmick they seemed only years ago.
Charles Arthur Wearable computing is the new buzzword in how we're going to live our lives. It might even free us from … our smartphone screens.
Katie Cincotta As Apple and Samsung air their differences in court, we ask which is the clevest smartphone, the Galaxy or the iPhone?
James Manning The spread of free hot spots suggests we can almost always be connected.