Here are the most important hardware features of the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max that have been presented during Apple's event.
Some difficulties have slowed down production of the most affordable iPhone for 2018, so those delays may or may not be passed on to us.
After having talked about the iPhone X sequel literally becoming the "iPhone XS," are we ready for an iPhone XC? China Mobile thinks so.
A recent report claims that Apple might ship a USB-C to Lightning charger in the box of the new iPhones coming next week.
A rose is a rose is a rose and regardless of how it will be called, the most expensive iPhone of 2018 could cost more than we'd dare to think.
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
Images of two iPhone models and an Apple Watch coming out this September 12. Will you be surprised at all by their looks?
New iPhones, a new MacBook Air, new Apple Watches, a new wireless charging pad, maybe even a new iPad Pro? All to be told on September 12.
The renowned Apple analyst has put out vague ranges in his latest research note. And we're only days out from a potential launch event.
What is Apple preparing to massively fly in from China with cargo planes? The 2018 Apple Airlift is about to start. Read more!
We've been tracking this guesswork for months now and have run from between $550 and $800 as a starting price for the basic iPhone experience.
If you have always an iPhone with dual standby capabilities, you might want to move to China. The latest industry word tells us why.
Apple's favorite way to note year-on refinements to its iPhone series is to use an 'S.' Well, guess what sources say is gonna happen this year?
Because it will take forever and a day to charge. Actually, even if it's a legit charger that properly fast charges according to USB rules, it may not work.
It's expected to replace the design that's been on the iPhone 8, 7 and others before with an iPhone X-like approach, but with some compromise.
This year's new iPhones may feature electronic SIMs and that may have carriers like AT&T and Verizon worried, especially as they're being investigated.
The affordable 6.1-inch iPhone may launch with four or five colors at launch while the most premium 6.5-inch version may go for the gold.
It's as fast as the rumors have envisioned and their shape looks just as rounded, too. And for many iPhone owners, charging isn't the best as it can be.
A mysterious 2018 iPhone X sequel has been benchmarked under the "iPhone11,2" codename, packing a new ARM-based hexa-core processor and 4GB RAM.
They're a little bit red-looking and don't have displays, but the ideas are shown affirm what has been rumored over the past few months.
Whatever this phone is, a prominent Chinese tech leaker is talking a bit esoteric about the future and what smartphones can be.
Intel says it is making great strides with its latest LTE modem which will likely go into this year's new iPhones and has its eyes on the 5G prize.
Blame it on Apple's need to compromise on price and its unwillingness to compromise on that notch design. Or blame it on something else.
That gargantuan 6.5-inch iPhone X (Plus) expected out this fall may not be physically larger than last year's 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, while the next-gen 5.8-incher is expected to "use the same body" as the original X.
Well, it's only copying if Apple actually follows the whimsical rendering that was released by a research firm. Also, new insight into the parts race for three new iPhones.