iPhone and iOS news
The carrier's outspoken CEO John Legere touted T-Mobile's iPhone 6S preorders in a Tuesday tweet.
Commentary: CNET's Stephen Shankland has nothing against the iPhone itself. It's Apple's control over its ever-broader product suite that leaves him leery.
Solve "the mysteries of the manor" in this freemium find-the-hidden-objects game.
Apple sneaked a Podcasts overhaul into iOS 9. Has the app reached a mature, usable state?
Supply of the latest big-screened iPhone may be limited at launch date. But the problem might be due more to technical issues than heavy demand, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Based on the number of preorders, Apple expects the new crop of iPhones to surpass last year's first-weekend numbers of 10 million units.
PureGear's $40 tempered-glass shield makes it easier to thumb your way around big-screen iOS.
Commentary: The one thing many people wanted in the next iPhone was better battery life. They didn't get it.
AppleCare+ provides two-year protection for devices, but you'll pay $30 more to cover a new iPhone 6S or 6S Plus.
Today Apple decided to revamp or update nearly all of it products. But when can you get your hands on everything announced?
From the Cheapskate: Want ad-free streaming for your next party? You don't need a full month of Pandora One; now you can pay as you go.
The HandyCase, now raising funds on Kickstarter, lets you see your hands through your iPad or iPhone so you can operate your devices without blocking the screen.