"Iphone" Blogs & Blog Posts

Torsten Curdt's weblogTorsten Curdt's weblog

Talking about software development, travel and photography.

 
AppleInsiderAppleInsider

Covering everything related to Apple

 
Appy Place -- The Appy Entertainment BlogAppy Place -- The Appy Entertainment Blog

The life of an iPhone games startup. By the developers of FaceFighter, Tune...

 
Spencer E HoltawaySpencer E Holtaway

Graphic and spatial designer in London who likes some technology stuff.

 


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If your phone was stolen or got lost somewhere, keep an eye out for any suspicious texts or emails: thieves and muggers could have a high-tech trick up their sleeves. A Brazilian woman who got robbed began receiving phishing attempts not long after t...

In an apparent policy shift, Apple recently notified store technicians that third-party iPhone screen repairs no longer void the handset's standard warranty as long as the unauthorized fix does not damage the casing or other related components.

Two major automakers, Jeep and Porsche, this week announced early details on new vehicles supporting Apple's CarPlay -- the latter company offering the platform on an unusually large 12.3-inch touchscreen.

While examining Reverb, AppleInsider determines Alexa in name only is no Alexa at all. The new app aims to bring Amazon's personal assistant to the Mac, but in our tests it fell short.

If you have an iPhone 6 or 6s, there’s a chance you’ve been plagued with random shutdowns. Apple has a replacement plan in place that gets you a new battery, but if you haven’t gotten around to that yet, you’ll be happy to hear that the newes...

Apple's main mobile processor manufacturer, TSMC, is reportedly set to begin commercial shipments of 10-nanometer chips in the next month -- likely supporting claims that the "A11" processors in upcoming iPhones will use the technology.

A new report highlights Apple's involvement with wireless charging protocol specification Qi's organizing body, and claims that Apple's iPhone moves are driven more by marketing needs than by any particular drive for innovation in new products.