With so much smoke surrounding the iPhone 5, there's bound to be fire nearby. According to one website's inside sources, Apple could be planning to take the wraps off the iPhone 5 in early August, with a launch shortly after.
We can deny it to be so, but the smartphone has quietly been displacing the need for owning a watch or a bedside alarm clock. The Snooze iPhone alarm dock brings back that triumphant feeling of slapping an alarm clock's snooze button to get catch a few extra z's.
Not happy with how the iPhone doesn't have built-in wireless charging, YouTube user Tanveer went ahead and modded his very own. Unlike induction charging kits, this mod doesn't require any ugly cases to get the wireless recharge going.
Near Field Communication, or NFC, did not make the big splash that Google had hoped to with Google Wallet. Samsung's giving NFC a big push with the Galaxy S III and now insiders say Apple is ready to get on the bandwagon.
The future is upon us, be it lauded or cursed, and it has come to us in a form unexpected: that of the blue jean persuasion. iPhone lovers, your time is now: Alphyn Industries has sewn together a pair of jeans with a special pocket that allows you to use your iPhone, without ever removing it from the jeans.
You've seen the alleged "leaks" for the next iPhone, but what if Apple were to make a more radical change, eschewing any metal and implementing a transparent display? It'll never happen, but if it did, it'd probably be as awesome as this concept by Dakota Adney.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at toothbrush technology, a peripheral that will let your iPhone examine your inner ear for ear infections and apps that can help you monitor (and hopefully lessen) your acne in a way that uses no snake oil, but innovation instead.
Apple loves Siri, and is expanding it with more functionality and even adding it to the new iPad with iOS 6. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently spoke up on Siri's intelligence, praising it as the way of the future, but also expressing his discontent with how Apple implemented it
During last week's E3, Microsoft touted Xbox SmartGlass, its me-too attempt to add a secondary display to its Xbox 360 experience. Microsoft's updated the My Xbox Live app for iPhone to give us a tiny taste of what it's like to use a secondary device to control an Xbox 360.
There are about a million ways to get music on an iOS device. Do we really need another? Amazon thinks so. iOS users can now stream all of their favorite music directly to their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with its Cloud Player.