The invention, described in a patent filing, could also extend into Apple’s virtual reality project as well.
Despite lofty expectations, the devices haven't sold nearly as well as initially expected.
App Stores in countries outside of the U.S. were incorrectly listing apps on category pages.
In its latest court filing, the Justice Department maintains that the iPhone encryption case is not about all of the tech company's smartphones, just one.
A new 4-inch smartphone, an upgraded iPad Air and new Apple Watch bands are expected.
Apple suggests the invention could be used in a number of events, such as a car crash, bike accident or heart attack.
However, the iPhone maker still led the market there, while losing ground to Android phones in the U.S.
For its next smartphone, Apple may be thinking about bigger displays that would rival Samsung's.
While the South Korean company's Android device is a beauty to look at, reviewers say it falls short in several aspects of day-to-day use.
The plan expected to be announced Tuesday is part of a $2 billion overhaul of the FCC’s Lifeline plan.
Apple has a wide portfolio of patents, technologies and hires that point to a new gadget in the works.
Users of a popular file-sharing program on Mac computers risk a ransomware attack that encrypts data and extorts a bitcoin payment.
The next smartphone from Apple could come with Apple Pay and other features from the iPhone 6S.
As the privacy dispute between the FBI and Apple Inc. works its way through the courts, digital forensics firms claim hacking smartphones is their bread and butter.
A landmark Parkinson's disease study tracked the symptoms of 9,500 people over the course of six months through a smartphone app, yielding a trove of data.
Federal Judge James Orenstein denied the Department of Justice’s request to order Apple to unlock a convict’s iPhone.
With the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, employers have more control over the iOS devices they issue.
A thinner body and a dual-lens camera could be some of the spotlight features for Apple’s next device.
Flexible components may be employed to make the device more durable or enable new control gestures.
In Apple Inc.’s battle with the FBI over whether to unlock a terrorist’s phone, product sales are unlikely to suffer, even should the company lose in the courts.