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The company sold fewer phones than expected but still made more money than predicted
Clicking the volume rocker isn't the only way to control the sound on your Android phone or iPhone. You can make key taps "click," assign different ringtones to your favorite contacts, tweak your equalizer levels, and more.
Apple device owners can get their iPhone, iPad or Watch replaced if it stays below 80 percent battery capacity.
How to put a lid on your iPhone's cellular data use—and avoid nasty surprises on your monthly wireless bill.
It's the same fight after every keynote: Who stole what from whom and which company does it better?
The low-power laser works with a camera app to measure distance as well as objects such as wall hangings
After a year-long battle with BlackBerry, Typo agrees to stop selling its QWERTY cases for iPhones.
Don't let a string of Unicode lock you out of your phone.
Learn how to see more of your messages from Mail's inbox view, zip directly to your draft messages, manage mail recipients with your fingertip, get special alerts whenever (say) your boss sends you a mission-critical email, and more.
The federal court will have to recalculate the damages because Samsung didn't violate Apple's trade dress.
Windows and Android tablets decrease Apple's share on business tablets by double digits, according to a report.
Chinese vendors will have to look outside the home market for growth
So far in 2015, Apple has sold more iPhones in China than in the United States.