It’s not like Apple to be so upfront with this information.
Apple is reportedly lining up suppliers, but you might not see a long-zoom iPhone any time soon.
Most phone makers took a steep hit in Q2, including Samsung and LG.
Apple seems to understand that not everyone wants a pocket tablet. Meanwhile, Android has nothing similar to offer.
Anyone who’s ever wondered whether their Android smartphones retain trade-in value now has an answer.
A resounding majority of our readers don’t want Apple to skimp out on a charging adapter.
To keep or not to keep the power adapter? That is the question.
iOS 14 is going to land on a very old iPhone. Meanwhile, Android 11 will land on a handful of phones in 2020. Maybe.
Here’s why that’s a big deal.
One major upgrade makes all the difference.
While we understand this is a tough time for people, we need to make sure we stay realistic.
The class-action suit alleges that Tim Cook knew iPhone sales were dropping, but hid it from investors.
Apple’s CEO claims that the $400 iPhone SE is “faster than the fastest Android phones.” Is that true? Let’s find out.
The iPhone SE’s attack on affordable flagships is not just great for prospective buyers, but the industry as a whole.
The iPhone SE makes old new again with Apple’s fastest processor and newest software.
Is the iPhone SE’s approach the best one for affordable flagship phones?
Save big on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and new iPhone SE on Sprint right now.
Obviously, Apple didn’t plan on a budget-tightening pandemic when designing this phone, but that’s the world we’re in.
Apple just launched a new phone that will go head-to-head with Android devices such as the Google Pixel 3a.
Chances are exceptionally high that if you’re a teen, you love iPhones. Most likely not the teens reading this site, though.