iPhone and iOS news
India wants the company to adhere to a policy of buying 30 percent of its components from local vendors, a problem for Apple, which currently sources virtually everything from China.
If the products are legitimate, they offer further evidence that the next iPhone won't be any different than the iPhone 6 and 6S in size and shape.
The company is reportedly ordering a hefty number of units from manufacturers -- significantly higher than Wall Street has been expecting.
The company could end up adding an iPhone 7 Pro or Plus Premium to the mix, says blog site Mobipicker.
Google finally added Cardboard support to its YouTube app for iOS. Here's how to enjoy some sweet VR on your iPhone.
The bureau will continue to fight to access encrypted phones as part of its war on terrorism, says FBI Director James Comey.
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A new app dubbed System and Security Info will scope out your iPhone for potential security threats.
The country's communications and IT minister says the government has a forensics tool that can handle smartphones, including Apple's.
The denial by the Indian government hampers Apple's goal of selling budget-friendly iPhones in the world's second-biggest smartphone market.
Take control of how your iPhone uses its cellular data connection.
The Indian government may exempt Apple from a policy that would otherwise prevent it from launching its own stores, says the Times of India.