Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
PCWorld's editors name the top tech products of 2013, ranging from PCs to productivity software.
Nothing will ever equal the revolutionary quality of the first iPhone. But this fifth-generation model continues the tradition of incrementally making a great phone greater.
Apple has more to worry about than just reception issues--many users report the new handset's proximity sensor is causing the screen to activate during phone calls.
First look shows that Apple's new iPhone is faster, slimmer, slicker, and better--except for potential reception problems.
Multitasking might be the biggest news in the latest version of the iPhone OS, but it has plenty of other useful features and refinements, too. Here's a hands-on look at our 10 favorites.
The iPhone 4 is a major upgrade from its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, in everything from the camera quality to data speeds.
In this second part of Macworld's 2009 App Gems Awards, Jason Snell and Phillip Michaels take a look at 15 of the best apps for the iPhone.