Sorry, But Your iPhone 5 Just Became Obsolete

Sometime in the flurry of news surrounding the new iPad Pro and the new MacBook Air, Apple quietly added the iPhone 5 to its list of “vintage and obsolete products” in the United States. There it sits, alongside the Apple III, the Newton MessagePad, and the first four generations of iPhone, as a thing that Apple officially no longer repairs or updates. The iPhone 5 is effectively dead in America, and the rest of Apple’s small-hands phones aren’t far behind. Read More >>

Report: LAPD Unlocked an iPhone 5S While the FBI Was Fighting Apple

While the FBI was embroiled in a very public spat with Apple about unlocking an iPhone, it seems the LAPD may have been quietly unlocking another. Read More >>

iPhone SE vs iPhone 6S vs iPhone 5S: The Gizmodo UK Spec Comparison

These are the days we live for. Apple has just outed its latest wares, and the iPhone SE is the product trapped inside the thought bubble hanging over everyone's tiny heads. With one foot in 2013, and another in the present day, it's essentially an iPhone 6S in the body of an iPhone 5S. I could stop there, but I don't think Gerald would be best pleased. Here's how Apple-branded trio stack up against each other. Read More >>

Whatever You Do, Don’t Set Your iPhone To 1970

The tech world loves their Easter eggs, from Adventure’s original hidden feature to Tesla’s various car tricks. But don’t fall for the recent claims for one hidden in your iPhone: if you attempt it, you’ll brick your device. Read More >>

Mythical iPhone 6C Said to Land in March as an iPhone 5S/iPhone 6S Hybrid

Hold onto your backsides -- we have a new iPhone rumour. Apple’s said to be considering breaking with tradition and planning an early-2016 launch of a brand new model. That model’s said to be the iPhone 6C, a cheap (relatively) and colourful 4-inch version of the iPhone 6S. Read More >>

Apple Prophet Divines the Arrival of Four-Inch Phone

Yeah, Apple has prophets, but considering that Apple Stores are basically modern-day temples, it kind of goes with the territory. This particular tech soothsayer, Ming-Chi Kuo, accurately predicted 9 months in advance that Apple was creating a stylus, and he’s been called the “Best Apple analyst on the planet,” so listen up: a four-inch iPhone is coming. Read More >>

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How to Set Up Your New iPhone the Right Way

You got a new iPhone! Maybe it's a slightly bigger iPhone 6 or a bigger-still 6 Plus. Either way, what now? Here's what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you're a first-timer or an iOS pro. Read More >>

Apple Will Now Repair iPhone 5S Screens In-Store While You Wait

Until Apple gets around to putting in those "indestructible" sapphire displays in its phones, the fear of a shattered screen will weigh heavily on the minds of butter-fingered iPhone owners. Today, that fear has been alleviated slightly, with UK and European Apple stores announcing that they will be fixing cracked iPhone 5S screens in-store, while you wait. Read More >>

This Might be the Worst Idea for an iPhone Case Ever

I'm not saying you shouldn't rock an Attack on Titan phone case in the shape of the 3D Maneuvering Device's controller from the show. By all means, let your otaku flag fly. All I'm saying is: don't pull this thing out on public transport if you don't want get arrested and/or shot. Because it looks exactly like an IED detonator. Read More >>

How Does the LG G3 Stack Up Against its Rivals?

It suffered its fair share of pre-launch leaks and rumours, but LG's G3 flagship smartphone managed to keep a handful of secrets back for last night's launch event. With a 2560 x 1440 resolution screen, a Laser Auto Focus camera and speedy quad-core processor, it has left nothing to chance. But does it have what it takes to impress over its iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy S5 competition? Read More >>

iOS 7.1 Adding iPhone Battery Draining Woes to its List of Features

It'll keep you from going off-road in your Carplay-equipped motor, but iOS 7.1 has also brought with it an unwanted feature for some of its users. It seems the latest update to Apple's mobile software is draining iPhone and iPad batteries at a significantly increased rate. Read More >>

iPhone iOS 7’s “Screen of Death” Reboot Bug to be Ironed Out by 7.1

iOS 7, perhaps the most divisive software update in Apple's history of mobile devices, has suffered from one particularly annoying bug since launching last September. Random restarts have plagued a number of users, and finally Apple is doing something about it. Read More >>

Every iPhone, Ranked

Buying an iPhone is not confusing. You have a 50% shot of getting it right (unlike the 100% success rate you'd had a few months ago). But if you still need help in deciding which iPhone is best, here's how we would rank them all. Read More >>

Is Your iPhone 5S Touch ID Fingerprint Scanner Becoming Less Accurate?

It unlocks your iPhone 5S with a simple touch of a finger, and can save you the pain of tapping out passwords before iTunes purchases while retaining an important layer of security. But some owners of Apple's latest premium smartphone are claiming that its headlining Touch ID fingerprint-scanning feature is becoming less accurate the more they use it. Read More >>