A bit of a sad face for Australian photographers who love their iPhone, with no local winning the Apple Shot On iPhone competition this year.
It doesn't matter if you have an old iPhone or a new one, because iOS 12 has been announced with features to help improve them all.
iPhone owners looking for an easy way to connect their phone to a home or car stereo needn't upgrade to Bluetooth in those devices, because finally, we have a cable that does the job.
In a little under two weeks, the next iPhone or three will be unveiled, as Apple chooses a date for when to show the world what it's been cooking up.It's September, and you know what that means: Spring, with the warmth of the outside world making a return and you being able to go out without a jacket. Yay.September is many things, and will see the release of quite a few products, but on the same day that just so happens to be a very funVideo Games Day and Chocolate Milkshake Day, Apple will be celebrating with…
If Apple’s next iPhone is all one giant touchscreen, where does that leave the home button and its fingerprint sensor?
With voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) now becoming a big deal, the same service over WiFi is also popping up, but usually only if you have a new phone. Fortunately, that's changing, too.If you're a Telstra user with an iPhone this week, there's a good chance your phone reception could get better when you're in range of a familiar WiFi network.This week, Apple is reportedly rolling out changes to iOS that will see voice-over-WiFi switched on, delivering better voice connection to people at home even if the network reception is…