Apple on Thursday issued a statement saying the difference in battery life in the A9 chips supplied by TSMC and Samsung for use in the iPhone 6s is a mere 2-3%.
AT&T has reportedly activated Wi-Fi Calling for iPhone customers with eligible plans who are running iOS 9.
The TurtleCell Headphone Case for iPhone 6 boasts built-in retractable headphones that allow you to rock-out without the need to keep track of your earbuds!
The Puzlook 6+ Case for the iPhone 6/6s Plus offers protection for your iPhone, while supplying easy-to-use camera lenses that slide firmly into place.
Flexbits has updated it popular Fantastical 2 apps for the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch to version 2.5.
The iBlazr 2 Flash Bundle will give your everyday photography a professional edge by letting you take amazing photos in low-light situations.
The latest report from analytics firm comScore shows Apple is continuing to gain marketshare in the U.S. smartphone market. In the three-month period ending in August, the iPhone maker continues to pull away from second place Samsung.
The Federal Communications Commission granted a waiver on Tuesday, to allow wireless carrier AT&T to rollout Wi-Fi calling.
The PowerGo-Go MAG-CHARGING: Wireless Mobile Charger offers wireless charging, via a case that holds your iPhone 6/6s or iPhone 6/6s Plus, and a line of other accessories that allow you to charge your iPhone almost anywhere
Belkin on Tuesday announced the Belkin Charge Dock for Apple Watch and iPhone. It offers an integrated magnetic charger for the Watch, as well as a Lighting connector for an iPhone.
The Flash returns on the CW next week, and to celebrate, we found a sharp Flash cowl logo to use as a wallpaper on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
While AT&T Wi-Fi Calling was tested in a public beta of iOS 9, the carrier has held back on enabling it for the public. AT&T says it’s waiting for a waiver from the FCC that would temporarily relieve the carrier of being required to offer support options for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
The iPhone 6s bug hit parade continues this morning, as a growing number of iPhone 6s users who transferred their content via iCloud from an iPhone 5, 5c, or 5s report a “zoomed” display bug.
iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus owners are reporting (via Reddit) that their new devices will turn themselves off completely, seemingly at random.
Although iFixit found new gaskets and seals in the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that offer improved water resistance over previous models, a new video from IFixYouri shows why you should still not go swimming with your iPhone.
A number of new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users took it into their heads to do some water resistance testing of their new devices, and to their surprise the devices proved to be more water-resistant than previous models.