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Most people forget that Apple sells an 'affordable' iPhone — but it's a better value than the iPhone ...

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Google collected highly personal data about iPhone users, High Court hears

Google collected highly personal data about millions of iPhone users without them knowing, the High Court has heard. The information was then used ...

Do you even text, bro? World's heaviest iPhone case weighs 10kg

Gains, bro. It's all about those sweet gains. And you gotta get those gains in any way you can. Because all gains are good gains. Amirite, Brotato chip?

Google sued by UK privacy group representing 4.4 million iPhone users

Google could lose billions in a privacy lawsuit filed in the United Kingdom, as the search engine giant appeared in court on Monday to argue against ...

Free app brings iPhone X gesture navigation to Android phones without Android P

Though it died a quick and untimely death, Palm's webOS smartphone platform will always have a special place in our hearts. It was reborn as LG's ...

Apple iPhone X now has solar charger, and most importantly Tesla written on it

Apple iPhone X was a revolutionary step towards next-gen smartphones. The facial recognition, bezel-less screens were in a first concept introduced ...

iPhone SE 2 Release Date: Should We Expect It at Apple's WWDC 2018?

There has been an overwhelming cloud of hype surrounding Apple's rumored iPhone SE 2, aka iPhone SE 2018. From conflicting images of an ...

Users are mad about this change to the iPhone in China

Ever noticed how the iPhone now treats calls equally, whether they're from Skype, WhatsApp or an actual telephone? Thanks to a little piece of ...

Google sued for 'clandestine tracking' of 4.4m UK iPhone users' browsing data

Collective action seeking up to £3.2bn for claims Google bypassed privacy settings of Apple's Safari browser. Samuel Gibbs. Mon 21 May 2018 11.18 ...

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