Plus cool stuff the new handset can do.
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From Apple to the Queen, The Paradise Papers reveal a lot about global business and political elites.
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The odd and creepy function you probably didn't know your iPhone does.
He took his daughter to work where she filmed the iPhone X prior to its release.
While Apple's iOS software has many great features it is not perfect by any stretch. One of those less-than-perfect examples is that sometimes you will get an awful lot of iCloud or iTunes Store login...
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Your pics, only more professional.
Some customers said their new iPhone 8 Plus handsets split open when plugged in.
Players get points for using dogs and cats as food sources.
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Even if your phone is in NSW and you’re in QLD.
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Mary-Kate Olsen better hope sister Ashley doesn't have a nefarious reason to unlock her phone.
Tim Cook calls it the "biggest leap forward since the original iPhone".
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Meet the Apple Watch Series 3.
Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during a Bloomberg Technology television interview at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California, U.S., on Monday, June 5, 2017. Cook said the company has helped U.K. officials investigate terror attacks, while reiterating his dismay over U.S. plans to quit the Paris agreement on climate change. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Less than 48 hours before Apple are set to officially launch the 'iPhone 8' in California, a major internal leak has seen long-standing rumours, about several new devices, revealed to the public. Acc...
The streaming wars just kicked up a notch. Apple will devote $1 billion to original movies and series over the next year, according to the Wall Street Journal. That means the tech giant will soon comp...
A customer takes a look at the new iPhone 7 smartphone inside of an Apple Inc. store in New York, U.S., September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
Increasing numbers of women are being sent unsolicited penis photos from anonymous senders via Apple's AirDrop function. A HuffPost UK journalist has become the most recent victim. On 14 August, while...
Apple'siPhone 7 introduced a much-wanted feature to the iPhone: Stereo speakers. While it gave us both stereo audio and louder audio it turns out that there is a way to make your iPhone go even louder...
Your AppleiPhone's battery life could be taking a beating because of a single piece of advice that has been doing the rounds for years. Force closing apps by swiping them away might initially appear t...
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In honor of Monday's World Emoji Day, Apple announced it will make a hijab emoji available to iPhone users later this year. The emoji has long been in the works and is meant to be a way for iPhone use...
Apple CEO Tim Cook (L) listens to US President Donald Trump during an American Technology Council roundtable at the White House in Washington, DC, on June 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)
Sonic The Hedgehog is back.
The leaders of some of the world's biggest tech companies met with President Donald Trump in Washington on Monday, but it didn't look like a happy little get-together. It looked more like only one per...
They also compared it to a "electric marshmallow."
Your iPhone won’t know what hit it.
Earlier rumours suggest Apple scrapped the feature.
Watch out Siri, there's a new kid in town.
They're imparting some of their wisdom to you, through 'Today At Apple'.
iOS 11 could see old apps become unusable on new devices.
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We're about to see another format war play out.
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Fake news is "killing people's minds" and a large campaign is needed to combat the problem, Apple boss Tim Cook has said. The chief executive of one of the world's largest companies said govern...
The Australian Tax Office is probing the global tax giant.