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The iPhone was one of the first smartphones and is still one of the most popular. There are hundreds of thousands of apps dedicated to the device in the App Store. For the latest news, application reviews, and more about this iconic device, check out this section of Tom's Hardware.
A U.S. senator plans to introduce a bill that will make unlocking smartphones legal.
Apple's rumored to be unveiling a new in just six months' time.
We'll see if Apple can meet its 2013 deadline for the rumored iWatch.
Damages required to be recalculated as part of a new trial.
Prepaid mobile carrier has around 5.3 million subscribers.
Since Tim Cook took over as CEO, Apple has been replaced as world's most valuable firm.
There may be competition and innovation concerns regarding the new unlock ban on new smartphones.
Apple has supposedly released iOS 6.1.3 to developers.
A Slap Wrap for the new millennium?
Recent iWatch "leaks" look too controlled, according to Forbes.
iPhone maker patents Apple store packaging, a haptics feedback system and more.
China expected to finish February with 246 million active Android and iOS devices.
Apple is nearly done cleaning up the mess caused by iOS 6.0.
Entrepreneurs need more protection against those who try to "extort" them.
Microsoft said its "upgrade" from Messenger to Skype for Windows will begin April 8.
Get ready for the smartwatch wars between Apple and Samsung.
Nearly 10,000 officers will receive iOS devices.
Gradiente Eletronica wins exclusive rights to name in South America's largest market.
Now you can send a video message to your friends and family using Skype.
Another award for Apple's Ive.
Many issues plaguing the iPhone 4S still aren't fixed with iOS 6.1.1.
All the top 40 tracks you can stomach.
Technology would ontinuously captures and stores images in a buffer.
It's another iPhone rumor. Yay.
Network of sensors would track movement of an individual and their belongings.
Sales reached 1.75 billion in 2012, a 1.7 percent decrease from 2011.