According to research, Apple iPhone users are now less likely to buy a handset from Apple than they were when the smartphone first debuted in 2007 thanks to the Android army making their mark in the smartphone market.
The Apple iPhone 5 has finally landed but what are the stand out features that make this model more appealing than it’s predecessor, the iPhone 4S and is it ultimately worth making the upgrade?
We asked you what was missing from the Apple iPhone 5 that you want to see in Apple’s next release, the iPhone 6 (or iPhone 5S). This is what you told us… still agree?
iPhone users have another bone to pick with iOS 6, after saying that their data usage levels have gone up, sending their mobile bills sky-high. Here’s the news on Apple’s latest iOS 6 headache.
The iPhone 5 hasn’t even been out for a month, but we’re already looking ahead to the next Apple smartphone – the iPhone 6 – which is surely in the works. So what are the latest rumours?
The Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini are at different points in the smartphone spectrum but if you’re struggling to decide, here’s how the two compare, just to make things a bit clearer.
The Galaxy S3, Samsung’s flagship mobile device, was the most popular smartphone in the UK in September – despite the iPhone 5 being released.
Users have complained of a number of issues with the iPhone 5, and a different problem seems to crop up every day. So what have been the top complains so far? And what are Apple doing about it?
After the Apple Maps app spectacular flop on the new mobile OS to accompany the launch of the iPhone 5, Google is said to be readying an iOS 6 version of Google Maps that could be released by the end of 2012.
According to a string of complaints from early iPhone 5 owners, the anodised aluminium body of Apple’s new flagship smartphone is even more susceptible to scuffs and scratches than older models have been.