Owners report opening camera in apps such as TikTok and Instagram leads to grinding sounds and vibrations in entire phone
The wait is over – Apple has launched its newest iPhone and it has features that may delight – and frustrate – some users.
Apple’s new highly-anticipated devices are here, however tech-savvy fans have taken issue with just how much a new phone will set you back.
The tech juggernaut issued a stark warning to iPhone, iPad and Mac users after it was revealed a security glitch could be “exploited” by hackers.
On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. Improvements over the last decade and a half—including sharper cameras and longer battery life—made it hard to put down this popular pocket computer.
Apple has responded to one of the “most requested” changes to the iPhone while unveiling a raft of new upgrades, as well as a new MacBook.
Samsung launched three new smartphones Wednesday: the Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra.
The iconic BlackBerry phone “will no longer reliably function” from today, with fans mourning the devices on social media.
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Apple has unveiled its newest product line, including the iPhone 13, whose camera includes an amazing new video feature.
Facebook Messenger is one of the most popular messaging apps on the market.
A report from Blissmark, for example, calls out several mobile apps as being particularly egregious when it comes to their degree of creepiness and how little they seem to care about privacy.
Apple’s iOS 14.5 is officially available for iPhone owners as of Monday, and there’s plenty to be excited about.
One of the more bizarre Apple patents we’ve seen in quite some time details a method by which a user would be able to control functions on an Apple Watch or iPhone merely.
There had been chatter for years that LG would quit the smartphone business.
Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi was ridiculed online after it unveiled a new version of its company logo, which surprisingly looks almost identical to the old one.
Apple makes a lot of decisions on behalf of its customers but the computing giant is finally letting them pick how they want to use one feature.
Security flaws in the software on your iPhone may have already been exploited by hackers and you need to update to fix the problem.
The pandemic has brought in billions for the world’s most valuable company – and could also prompt the return of a feature it had previously replaced.