How much does China love the iPhone? So much that one unscrupulous company has decided to cash in on iPhone 5 hype early by offering, of all things, an iPhone 5 ice pop.
Svelte as the iPhone 4/4S is, Apple's decision to go with chemically-strengthened glass for its back case has left many shattered iPhone owners down in the dumps. Rumor has it the next sixth-gen iPhone will be crafted from scratch-resistant Liquidmetal.
Never in a million years would I have thought someone would want to bottle up the "scent" of a MacBook Pro unboxed. Sure enough, three Australian artists have recreated a fragrance that replicates a fresh MacBook Pro being opened.
The iPhone's camera has improved to such a degree that it's putting many point-and-shoot cameras out of business. So it's only natural that it should tackle the elite market: DSLRs. The iPhone Shutter Grip looks to put your smartphone on equal footing with the big boys.
When it comes to Apple's industrial design, Jony Ives is usually the name you hear thrown around. But it would appear the late Steve Jobs tapped another talent — famed French designer Philippe Starck — to design a "revolutionary" product that'll be released in the next eight months.
If you've ever wondered how your shiny new iPad was made, this video is for you. Marketplace Shanghai Bureau Chief Rob Schmitz was the second reporter to be allowed a tour of Foxconn and he brought back video showing workers building Apple's latest and greatest product.
If you're a hardcore Apple fan, you might want a piece of rare Apple hardware that I promise none of your friends will have. This Macintosh prototype is up for auction on Ebay, but with a starting price of almost $100,000, you're going to need Steve Jobs levels of cash to have a shot.
If you're having a tough time deciding between a tablet like an iPad and a small laptop like a MacBook, here's a way to keep both sides of your brain happy. Once you slip your iPad into this keyboard case, most people would have a tough time telling it from a real MacBook.
The most unloved wireless carrier in the U.S. is finally doing something that doesn't screw over its customers. Starting April 8, AT&T will kindly unlock iPhones locked to its network, provided you have fulfilled your contract and your account is in good standing.
Steve Jobs famously stated that an iPad with a screen smaller than 9.7-inches wouldn't feel right, but that was then. Apple's run by Tim Cook now. The well-connected John Gruber of DaringFireball recently said on a podcast that Apple has a smaller iPad with a 7.85-inch screen floating around its labs.