News in the iOS world this week covered the first update for Apple Watch OS, a judge opens iPhone design to the world, and the watch will soon hit retail stores for purchase.
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Apple is facing a lawsuit over the amount of space that the iOS 8 update takes up on iPhone, iPads, and iPods.
The release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus at the end of September helped boost Australia's retail trade volumes by 1.2 percent for the month, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The iPhone and iPod maker finally made the leap into the mobile payments space with the launch of Apple Pay, an NFC-based contactless payment system.
iBeacon is still an early stage technology, but Roam is pumping smarts into it with new firmware, a management console and a software development kit.
It's long been rumored that Amazon will produce its own smartphone to compete with the major players in the space. It looks like Tesco may beat them to it.
My iPhone 5s doesn't last me a full day and I have to actively manage the photos and video I store due to limited capacity. The new Mophie Space Pack helps with both of these issues.
Google plans to tackle the retail space this year to promote its gadgets -- through snow globe-shaped Winter Wonderlabs.
From Cyber Monday on December 2, consumers can get their hands on Qualcomm's Tog smartwatch.
Retail prices of the gold-colored iPhone 5s have almost doubled in China's grey market, but the rest of new iPhones, especially 5c, have received very lukewarm responses.
Apple officially launched its iPhone trade-in program for U.S. retail stores on Friday. Here are a few details you'll want to know before heading to the store.
The iPhone and iPad maker has been without a retail chief for almost a year. During that time, visitors to Apple Stores have declined, and revenues and sales are flat. While nobody has yet fit the bill to replace the retail boss, is Apple simply not in a rush to find a replacement?
Samsung may not be copying Apple, but mini-stores are on the way to showcase the firm's products.
Analysts wondered whether Samsung's Galaxy S4 was more like the S3 "S," an evolutionary smartphone that wouldn't put much of a dent in Apple's iPhone franchise. The Samsung-Apple duel is closely watched in both the consumer and business tech space.
The corporate giant continues to expand the number of retail partners for its iPhone, iPad tablets, and Macs, according to tweets from the office superstore's execs.
The iPhone and iPad maker will invest $2 to $3 million in a new retail store in the country in order to hit the burgeoning wealthy population harder, as the company retains its focus on Asia and China.
Apple's Tim Cook is back in China for reasons unknown. What is likely on Cook's mind is expanding Apple's retail store numbers in the country, and negotiating a way in to the world's largest cellular network.
Apple vice-president for iPhone and iPad software is leaving the Cupertino giant, along with retail vice-president John Browett who heads up the firm's Apple Stores worldwide.
The iPhone and iPad maker has issued an 'advert' on its website, following a U.K. High Court ruling earlier this year, in which Apple slams ten bells out of Samsung, its arch-rival in the tablet space.
A teardown of Apple's new iPhone shows how the Cupertino giant manages to pack so much hardware into such a small space, and design it to draw as little power as possible.
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