Apple’s latest announcements will excite the firm’s hardcore fans but may underwhelm some consumers, industry analysts have said.
Invitations to a highly anticipated Apple event sent Twitter into meltdown as people scoured the emails for clues about the tech company’s next release.
While many argue that smart phones have been a great invention, their short battery-life can be a source of frustration.
A convicted Dundee sex offender has admitted downloading an indecent video of a child at his home in Dundee.
A girl has been reunited with the treasured iPad her younger brother threw in the bin after workers sifted through 150 tonnes of rubbish to find it.
A Dundee nursing home is appealing for used and nearly new iPods, MP3s and mobile phones to be used in music therapy for residents.
Samsung is "urgently" investigating claims that intelligence agencies have used the firm's smart TVs as part of tools to spy on users.
Apple is to replace faulty batteries in some iPhone 6s handsets that cause the smartphone to “unexpectedly shut down”, the technology giant has said.
A new iPhone is always a big deal in the smartphone world, and the iPhone 7 was no exception – especially considering some of the moulds Apple’s latest smartphone was looking to break.
Apple squeezed a lot into their iPhone live event in San Francisco on Wednesday, from Tim Cook singing Sweet Home Alabama in Carpool Karaoke to Super Mario coming to the iPhone and the new iPhone 7 itself.
Apple has been ordered to pay back 13 billion euros (£11 billion) over its Irish tax deal.
The moment is almost here: The iPhone 7 is expected to be released on September 7. See what they did there? So what might we expect from the new iPhone? Well, rumours abound about no headphone jack, a second camera and the end of 16GB storage. What were Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland?