Apple engineer Ivan Krstic is scheduled to host a discussion at this year's Black Hat Conference, offering a "Behind the Scenes" look at iOS security. Black Hat is an annual event designed for the global InfoSec community, giving security professionals a place to meet up and gain training on new techniques. According to an overview ...continue reading Apple Engineer to Discuss iOS Security at 2016 Black Hat Event

Microsoft today launched a new camera app for iOS devices called Microsoft Pix, which uses an artificial intelligence to adjust settings, choose the best photos, and automatically enhance each picture you take. The app will work on the iPhone 5s or newer, running iOS 9.0 or newer, with the company planning an Android release in ...continue reading 'Microsoft Pix' for iOS Introduces Smart AI to Automatically Adjust Photos

Leaks show Apple's next iPhone will have a much bigger camera Credit: Weibo 26 July 2016 • 11:38am As Apple prepares to launch the next generation of the iPhone in September, rumours suggest it could call the device the iPhone 6se.  New reports claim Apple has decided to save the name iPhone 7, and instead call the ...continue reading iPhone 7 may be called 'iPhone 6se' as Apple prepares September release – Telegraph.co.uk

Another video has emerged online showing probable mockups of iPhone 7 units, but this time viewers are given a better idea of what the new handset might look like in three colors that Apple may offer this September. The video was posted to YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone yesterday and shows the iPhone 7 in Rose Gold, ...continue reading Video Depicts iPhone 7 Mockups in Gold, Rose Gold, and 'Space Black'

Photos from the ninth annual iPhone Photography Awards have been posted on the IPPA website, offering a look at some of the best photos captured on an iPhone in the past year. As in previous years, the photos depict a range of subjects, from people to landscapes to animals. This year's grand prize winner was ...continue reading iPhone Photography Awards Showcase Best Photos of 2016

T-Mobile today announced that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available in "select MetroPCS stores in Florida" beginning tomorrow, July 1, with a nationwide rollout expected to launch soon. T-Mobile acquired MetroPCS -- which is a prepaid alternative to traditional subsidized carriers -- back in 2013, but this will mark the first ...continue reading MetroPCS to Offer iPhone on Prepaid Plans Beginning in Florida

Following a sketchy rumor last week that said Apple is planning to introduce a "Deep Blue" color option for the upcoming iPhone 7, Japanese blog Mac Otakara has clarified to AppleInsider that the new color will actually be a "much darker" variant of space gray that is "close to black, though not quite black." Black ...continue reading Rumored 'Deep Blue' iPhone 7 Said to Actually Be Very Dark Space Gray

Photos have emerged online purporting to show the front of an iPhone 7 with a touch-sensitive home button. Ever since the launch of the original iPhone, Apple's handsets have featured a physical button that users press to return to the home screen, and press and hold for other functions. But photos passed to mobile tech ...continue reading Alleged Leaked Image of iPhone 7 Shows Touch-Sensitive Home Button

Apple is planning to introduce a "Deep Blue" color option to replace the Space Gray color option for the upcoming iPhone 7, according to a new report from Japanese website Mac Otakara. The new color will stand alongside the already available Silver, Gold and Rose Gold. Mac Otakara says Apple plans to discontinue the "Space Gray" color, ...continue reading Sketchy Rumor Says Apple Will Add 'Deep Blue' Color for iPhone 7, Drop 'Space Gray'

Apple and Broadcom have been jointly named as defendants in a legal complaint filed by the California Institute of Technology last week over alleged infringement of its various patented Wi-Fi-related technologies. Caltech's patents, granted between 2006 and 2012, are highly technical and relate to IRA/LDPC codes that utilize simpler encoding and decoding circuitry for improved ...continue reading Caltech Accuses Apple of Violating its Patented Wi-Fi Technologies