Apple rolled out its first iOS 9.3.3 beta earlier this week, just a couple of weeks after it made iOS 9.3.2 available to everyone. The latest release fixes a whole bunch of bugs, but will it makes older iOS devices any faster? Find out in this iPhone 5 speed test!
iPhone 5: Everything you need to know!
Dish is a company that’s known better for providing satellites and set-top boxes to its customers, but it’s apparently ready to branch out.
There are a lot of people out there that are still using a 4-inch iPhone, according to the latest data from Mixpanel.
Word on the street, yet again, has it that Apple will be introducing a new 4-inch iPhone in 2016. But should they?
66 percent of compatible devices have already been updated to iOS 9, according to Apple, but 25 percent are still clinging onto iOS 8 and earlier releases. It’s thought speed concerns may have something to do with that — but can the latest iOS 9.2 beta change that? Find out in the speed tests below.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are being marketed under the slogan “The only thing that’s changed is everything” and that is an apt description of this year’s changes. Unlike previous years where the “S” model offered only a small bump in the hardware, the iPhone 6s, and 6s Plus bring a lot to the table.