When you’re driving, the last thing you want to do is to dig for your iPhone just to give Siri a voice command. The Satechi Bluetooth Home Button brings Siri handsfree commands to your steering wheel!
Apple has been hit with a $647,000 USD fine for requiring Taiwanese carrier to get pricing approval from the company for iPhone plans.
Well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities says Apple’s next-generation iPhone will be slightly thicker to accommodate the device’s new Force Touch feature, and will be made of custom Series 7000 aluminum, which will result in a case that will be up to 60% harder than the current iPhone.
The award winners for the eighth annual iPhone Photography Awards have been named, and their work is now available on the IPPA website. The awards go to the best photos captured with an iPhone over the course of the last year.
Apple continues to make an iPhone sales push in India, as it has added a fifth distribution partner in the country. Optiemus Group is the latest to sign on, looking to expand “neighborhood” phone stores.
Apple’s main manufacturing partner Foxconn is reported to be in discussions to open a new iPhone assembly plant in India. It is believes such a move would allow it to make the devices at a lower cost, while also boosting sales in the growing Indian market.
GM’s luxury car division Cadillac announced on Tuesday that it will offer both CarPlay and Android Auto support in its 2016 model year vehicles. The new models will begin rolling off the assembly line this summer.
Apple today at WWDC 2015 gave a preview of iOS 9, their upcoming mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The new OS will feature more powerful and proactive search, along with improved Siri features, and new multitasking features for the iPad, including side-by-side apps viewing, and picture-in-picture, which allows viewing a video while working in other apps.
This week’s wallpapers will make you want to scratch your iPhone’s belly. Well, maybe not, but dog and cat lovers will love them!
The Apple Online Store no longer offers the option to purchase a new iPhone on a two-year contract with AT&T. Previously, customers could purchase a new iPhone for a subsidized price of $199 or $299 through the carrier. All iPhones are now available only through the AT&T Next carrier financing program.
The Jawbone UP fitness trackers will be making a return to Apple’s retail stores, including the Jawbone UP2 and UP3 models.
Although Apple and Samsung are in a photo finish when it comes to overall customer smartphone satisfaction, the iPhone lags a bit behind the South Korean giant’s Galaxy Note 4 handset.
Flexibits’ popular Fantastical 2 calendar app for iOS received an update Wednesday. Version 2.3 of the app now offers Apple Watch users the ability to view events and reminders in the friendly Fantastical list. Also included is a customizable glance that provides users…
Apple has reportedly informed Apple retail store employees that there are significant changes on the way for how iPhones will be sold via AT&T and Verizon.
Chase Bank has added Touch ID support for its iPhone banking app. The new feature allows users to login to their checking or savings accounts via their fingerprint.
Ryan Seacrest’s Typo Keyboard will not be the next iPhone Idol, as the company is now prevented from making keyboards for the iPhone or any other smartphone in the future.