After living with the iPhone for 60 days, my life is no better and no worse.
Up to the minute rumors about the features, release date, software, and price to expect out of the 2011 iPhone, which many expected to be called the iPhone 5, but ended up being the iPhone 4S.
Unlike some other software, apps downloaded from the App Store can't run used on your computer. Instead, they can only run on the iOS. If you've got an iPod touch, you'll want to know how to download and sync apps to your device.
Curious about how to use the various features of iTunes Match, including how to download multiple songs at a time? Then check out these tips.
When it comes time to buy an iPhone, you have three major phone carriers to choose from: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. While they all offer the same iPhone, the service they provide on it is different. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of provider so you can make a smart decision.
Now that T-Mobile is offering the iPhone, all the major carriers in the U.S. have Apple's flagship smartphone. But T-Mobile's approach to the iPhone is very different. Find out how, and whether it's for you, here.
Whichever iPhone carrier you have, learn how to find out how much wireless data you've used to avoid overages or your speed being reduced.
Which U.S. iPhone carrier--AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon--offers the best combination of features and price in their iPhone rates? This side-by-side comparison chart makes it easy to find out.
There are many, many more companies in the U.S. that offer the iPhone besides the four major carriers. Learn about the pre-paid and regional phones companies that offer the iPhone here.
Find out everything there is to know about the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for iPhone/iPod.
While the iPad may often dominate the windows of Apple Stores, Apple isn't the company that sells the iPad and iPad 2. Find out where else you can buy one and whether other stores offer better deals.
ITunes allows you to rip CDs in different file formats. Each has its strengths and weaknesses. Here's a guide to deciding which one to use.
With their low monthly costs prepaid iPhone carriers look like a great way to get an iPhone and save money at the same time. But what do you lose by choosing one?
With all the options available, figuring out what smartphone is best for you can be pretty confusing. This chart compares iPhone 5 to a handful of its major competitors, including phones from HTC, Samsung, and Motorola.
Thoughts on mobile gaming on the first gen. iPhone, before the App Store.
Is it illegal to unlock the iPhone? The answer is complex--and it may surprise you.
Choosing which iPhone to buy a much tougher task than it used to be. These days, you need to not only decide what carrier you want, you also have to choose between the iPhone 5, 4S, and 4. This article makes the choice a little easier by offering the pros and cons of each model.
The iOS' built-in Maps app isn't just about for getting basic directions. You can also use it to learn about traffic conditions and get more detailed information on your route.
Once you've got iTunes Genius turned on, you may decide to turn it off - either because you don't want the feature or want to clear space the sidebar takes up. Here's how.
The iPhone seems like a natural platform for games. However, because the iPhone doesn’t let users install their own programs, the market for iPhone games is a little slim right now. That hasn’t stopped some determined people from writing games designed for the iPhone.
This page is your one-stop reference for all the content related to the iPod touch on this website. Here you’ll be able to learn about the iPod touch, its accessories, how to identify it, and how to use it.
Everything you need to know about the 7th generation iPod nano, from its specs to its features to reviews and more.
Answers to some of the most common questions about iTunes Match, a web-based service that lets you share music across all of your Apple devices.
For people who rely on the iOS Maps app, the upgrade to iOS 6 has been traumatic. Google's data is gone, replaced by incomplete information from Apple. But are users stuck with an inferior app?
The iPhone Home button does more than just bring you back to the homescreen. Depending on your version of the OS, it can also activate Siri or a number of other features.