The iPhone X is finding its way into the hands of consumers for the first time, as the flagship smartphone goes on sale around the world.
The launch of the iPhone X has been greeted by large crowds outside Apple’s Regent Street store, with Marco Pierre White Jr among the early customers.
Apple beat analyst expectations in its latest round of financial results, reporting revenue of 52.6 billion dollars (£40.2 billion) for the quarter.
The iPhone X goes on sale on Friday morning, with queues expected outside Apple Stores as consumers fight to get hold of the redesigned flagship.
The artificial intelligence used to sort photos on the iPhone has caused minor panic among some Twitter users.
The latest iOS software update has arrived, and it’s cause for excitement among emoji lovers as it contains more than 70 new characters to start using.
Apple has reportedly fired an engineer after his daughter’s iPhone X hands-on video went viral on YouTube.
Loyal mobile phone customers are being charged up to £38 a month for handsets they’ve already paid for if they remain on expired fixed deals, a consumer group warned.
Google making bold strides into hardware is an exciting prospect. It means one of the biggest technology companies around is looking to reach consumers in new ways – but it’s proving far from plain sailing.
Huawei has unveiled its new line-up of artificial intelligence-powered smartphones designed to take on Samsung and Apple.
Last year, Facebook announced Messenger Lite, a slimmed-down version of the Messenger app designed for users in areas with slower internet speeds and with older phones. Now it’s come to the UK.
Hot on the heels of the iPhone X, Facebook is working on facial recognition technology to help users recover their accounts.
Bill Gates, the billionaire founder of Microsoft, says he uses an Android phone.
A brand new iPhone has entered the world, greeted with its usual mix of delight and derision depending on which side of the Apple fence you sit on.
It’s official, Flappy Bird will disappear from your mobile screen forever when you upgrade to iOS 11.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now on sale, with the traditional Apple Store queues once again the big story of the day – but not for the usual reason.
Sales of wireless headphones have increased by more than 300% in the year since Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone, according to new figures from Argos.
From around 6pm on Tuesday, iOS 11, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, will begin to become available to iPhone and iPad users across the UK.
Apple’s newest version of its mobile operating system is now live to users, but the space required to install the software update hasn’t gone down well with users.
Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X were unveiled on Tuesday, but some people were left feeling a little hurt after something appeared to missing.