Chinese fraudsters scammed Apple out of free iPhone parts
They'd strip the devices for components, get a warranty replacement and resell them on the black market.
Russia finds Apple guilty of fixing iPhone prices
The company could face a fine for its alleged behavior.
Florida court rules police can demand your phone's passcode
Prior decisions protected users from being forced to open code-locked but not fingerprint-protected devices.
Apple is being sued over another data-gobbling bug
This time it's for iPhone 5's running iOS 6 and 7
Apple introduces a carrier-free iPhone upgrade plan
Apple announced an alternative to paying your carrier for new iPhones at its press event today. Du...
Relonch camera case brings an APS-C sensor, f/2 lens to your iPhone
"It would be really hard to make a trashy photo." That's the actual tagline for a co...
Apple offers battery replacements for some early iPhone 5 units
It's hardly uncommon for smartphone batteries to lose some of their oomph over time, but Apple...
Researchers crack iPad PINs by tracking the fingers that enter them
What's the easiest way to find out someone's password? Watch them enter it, of course, usi...
Logitech's modular iPhone case lets you change features on a whim
As clever as smartphone cases can get, their features are usually set in stone; if you decide you...