As Apple prepares to launch its reportedly new iPhone lineup, perhaps as soon as August or September, some new images have leaked of what appears to bhe the iPhone 5S display assembly, giving clues of what the secretive new Apple device may have in store for customers.
Apple's next smartphone may come in a variety of colors, according to a Japanese blog.
As the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) wraps up on Friday, news on the next Apple smartphones is making headlines.
A French website claims to have obtained new images of the next Apple smartphone, alleging to be from the assembly line from the Foxconn factory.
Production news for Apple's smartphone series might damper on the iPhone 5S' launch.
The long-rumored low-cost iPhone might debut ahead of the iPhone 5S, according to an analyst.
The iPhone 5S, or 6 depending on what Apple decides to name its next device, will reportedly feature enhanced security in the form of a fingerprint scanner, suggests Topeka Capital analyst Brian White.
new leaked photos of the iPhone 5S component pieces show the device may come in a new color.
Apple has submitted a new patent aimed at the audio controls of the iPhone.
The iPhone 5S is coming. This time, however, Apple reportedly plans to further step up its resolution game.
While there have been rumors and reports that the screen size of Apple's upcoming iPhone 5S will have a larger screen, this is the first we've seen that says the next-generation iPhone will keep the screen size, but double the pixel resolution.
Best Buy is offering a discount to Apple's iPhone smartphones, however, the deal is for a limited time only.
The release date for the iPhone 5S has reportedly affected 4G network plans for European mobile carrier Vodafone.
Developers may have ideas they wish Apple would use for their next device, including one concept that gives fans an eye-opening feature currently seen with the Samsung Galaxy Beam.
The iPhone 5S is expected to have the same cosmetic look as the iPhone 5, however, the internal hardware may experience the greatest of changes.