iPhone fans have been calling out for a new design, and although we’re expected big changes next year, Apple could have something even more special up its sleeve for the future. The company has patented a folding smartphone that can clip onto your clothes.
Apple takes privacy very seriously — much more seriously than most of its rivals — but it seems it’s not quite as innocent as it makes out. A Russian security firm has discovered that the company is pulling call history from every iPhone that has iCloud enabled.
Now that Apple is moving away from traditional USB ports and focusing on the smaller, reversible USB-C connector with its latest Macs, it’s more difficult to connect other devices — such as your iPhone. But do you even connect your iPhone to your Mac anymore?
A one-handed iPhone keyboard that makes it easier to type on larger displays has been found hidden in iOS code. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith was first to uncover the unused feature, which can be activated in the iOS Simulator — as shown in the video below.
Apple’s decision to swap gold for ceramic for this year’s Apple Watch Edition has had some fans speculating over whether it might launch a ceramic iPhone for the smartphone’s 10th anniversary next year. Here’s why that probably won’t happen.
A Turkish inventor has created an iPhone secrecy screen that makes all of your content invisible to prying eyes. The display glows white while the iPhone is in use, and you need a special pair of glasses to see what’s really going on.
Apple is struggling to make the iPhone a success in India after shipping just 800,000 units during the second quarter of 2016, according to data from Strategy Analytics. In the same quarter last year, it shipped 1.2 million units.
Apple has been granted a patent that could pave the way for a new all-glass iPhone with a wraparound display. The application was originally filed in 2011, and it could give us our first glimpse at the future iPhone.
Apple is expected to see its first annual decline in iPhone shipments since the device made its debut in 2007, according to “people familiar with the matter.” The slip is being blamed on weak demand for the next model, iPhone 7.
Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report for KPCB is out, and it doesn’t deliver good news for Apple. For the first time ever, iOS is expected to suffer a decline in global smartphone shipments during 2016, while Android will continue to see good growth.