iPhone and iOS news
Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the phone already in my pocket.
Commentary: Some are viewing Apple's removal of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 as a traumatic -- or even tragic -- event, but it may work out better than you think.
The company may be aiming to play Samsung's game by building a phone with a curved OLED display, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
And circling back to previous rumors, Bloomberg reports that the new phones will ditch the headphone jack in favor of stereo speakers.
A new video imagines a whole host of changes coming with Apple's next big phone launch.
The date has been forecast by known leaker Evan Blass, who also has said the new phone will launch September 16.
The new app is designed to help build support for the Democratic presidential candidate by giving you certain tasks to complete.
A typically reliable leaker known as @evleaks offers up a release date, which follows Apple's normal pattern of a mid-September launch for iPhones.
Its design is bulky with some strange design quirks, but the iXpand Memory Case accomplishes the important job of adding storage to the iPhone 6 and 6S.
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.