Whatever the case may be for Apple's $999 price tag, it does come with a few strings attached from carriers to Face ID. Cook eases it all off with an interview.
For once in a rare while, Apple could take a page from Samsung and use gestures to completely change the fundamental user interface of the iPhone 8.
A bunch of new info on the upcoming iPhone 8 has been discovered by taking an even closer look at HomePod firmware, including more Pearl ID details.
Well, at least one prominent tech talker is spoiling the photos we're seeing of a fancy little iPhone 8 chassis. What's all this intel leading us to?
If Apple's rumored side-to-side, top-to-bottom screen comes to fruition, where will Apple's iconic Home button go? We debate the possibilities.
Samsung has apparently adopted a moving virtual home button on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to dodge the age-old screen burn-in problem.
It's not exactly a blueprint. In fact, it's right up sketchy. But the word is that it comes out of Foxconn and it's our first idea of what's up with the 8.
One model with a 5.8-inch OLED display, will wrap around in its body's walls. Only a 5.2-inch screen portion will be touchable.
It used to be that if your iPhone had a broken home button, you would have to hobble over to the accessibility options and turn on a certain feature.