First introduced in 2007, the iPhone was an instant game-changer. Today, over 1 billion iPhones are in active use worldwide, making it one of the most popular mobile devices -- with a fascinating untold history. Apple's flagship smartphone has come a long way since it launched. The App Store features over a million apps, and you can unlock your iPhone using your face, charge the device without any cables, have Siri turn on the lights in your home, and so much more. Apple's most advanced iPhone range yet, bringing in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, deliver all-new innovations. Which iPhone is right for you?
Do more with your iPhone
For a decade, the Home button was the center of iPhone navigation. No matter where you were in iOS, clicking Home once or twice would bring you exactly where it said it would — Home. But since the launch of the iPhone X, it's gone, replaced with a fluid, gesture-based navigation. And it's magnificently fun. Here are our top iPhone tricks, best ways to get the most out of Siri, shortcuts to master messaging, and more. Make the most of your shiny new iPhone!
Apple's iOS 16.2 will limit the 'Everyone' setting to just 10 minutes when it arrives later this month.
It's easy to record your iPhone's screen with a swipe and tap once you've set it up correctly in the Settings app.
Apple chipmaker TSMC is set to triple its investment into a new plant in Arizona, but it won't be used to build Apple's best iPhone and Mac chips.
A Denver SWAT team descended on a 77-year-old grandmother because they thought a stolen truck and guns were hiding in her garage thanks to Apple's Find My service and an overzealous police officer.
Foxconn's iPhone City plant isn't expected to reach full manufacturing capacity for a month, meaning iPhone 14 Pro availability will remain poor until 2023.
Apple has reported accelerated plans to diversify its manufacturing, moving some away from China to avoid COVID-19 and other roadblocks to production.
The iPhone 14's Emergency SOS via satellite feature helped Alaska State Troopers save a man stranded in Alaska.
Foxconn's iPhone City is now longer in COVID-19 lockdown, but it's already cost Apple $1 billion per week in lost iPhone sales while at reduced capacity.
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