iPhone and iOS news
If you haven't yet tried Apple's mobile payment service, and you're in the US or UK, a little incentive is yours for the taking.
That's assuming Apple doesn't add any sexy, must-have features to this year's model.
Apple must register itself as an official representative in the country, or the government will put a halt to iPhone sales.
If the photos are legit, they lend credence to previous rumors that we'll see an iPhone 7, as well as a Pro and Plus this year.
The comparison video reveals dual speakers and a larger camera for this year's upcoming iPhone but no other discernible differences, at least not on the outside.
The company, Shenzhen Baili Marketing Services, no longer answers its phone, has dumped its websites and can't be found at its three registered locations, says the Wall Street Journal.
The changes will affect the earpiece and the position of certain sensors, according to Japanese blog Makotakara.
A dual SIM can hold two numbers and profiles at once, a first for Apple. Retaining the standard 3.5mm audio jack would mean you could still use your existing headsets with the new iPhone.
No Android? No problem! There are plenty of cool VR games for iOS. All you need is a headset.
Guess what? Your iPhone can do virtual reality! All you need is an inexpensive headset and these cool apps.
They're sharp and bright, as you'd expect.
With a dedicated "Home" app and new ways to control smart-home gadgets on your iPhone or iPad, HomeKit aims to take a big step forward in iOS 10.