Those Chinese iPhone smugglers just don't know how to take a hint, do they? After one guy was caught with 30 iPhones taped to his body, another Chinese smuggler was caught trying to pass customs with 215 iPhones hidden inside empty beer bottles.
Steve Jobs' well known attraction to Asia's philosophy of Zen minimalism has influenced nearly every Apple device produced. Now one designer has taken a literal approach to that philosophy by introducing the simplest iPhone speaker you'll ever find.
Apple's iPhone 4S might not survive a shot in the face with a sniper rifle, but it's good to know that with this tough-as-balls screen protector, Sir Jonathan Ive's finest mobile creation yet can take a hammer to its screen like The Hulk without any bruisings.
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.
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.
Believe it or not, Japan's criminal underworld of the Yakuza made headlines recently in Fukuoka for a string of gangland style shootings. Now the tech-centric country has a literally bulletproof solution for its more iPhone-obsessed thugs.
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.
The ancient traditions and contemporary customs of Asia continue to baffle Westerners, particularly when it comes to technology. Such is the case with China, where mourners are actually honoring their dead with paper iPads and iPhones.
You know how it's totally cool and normal and appropriate to just show up somewhere because you know there's a girl there, at that very moment, who you think is cute, even if she doesn't happen to know you exist? Oh, wait. I think that's called stalking. And it's the premise behind the new iPhone app Girls Around Me.