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Check Point says beware of the Trident Exploits on iOS
Citizen Lab’s discovery exposed 3 zero-day exploits used by “Pegasus,” a lawful interception cyberespionage tool developed by Israeli-based NSO Group.
Apple celebrates its 1 billionth iPhone sale
"We passed another major milestone when we sold the billionth iPhone. Thank you to everyone at Apple for helping change the world every day."
Apple's earnings fall victim to iPhone sales slump
“We are pleased to report third quarter results that reflect stronger customer demand and business performance than we anticipated."
Tips and tricks on your iPhone 6s
We give you some cool tips and tricks to make the most out of your iPhone.
Apple and SAP partner up, take on the enterprise app space
“This partnership will transform how iPhone and iPad are used in enterprise by bringing together iOS with SAP’s deep expertise in business software."
Apple gears up for its 27th annual developer conference
"There has never been a more exciting time to bring our developer community together."
Hands-on review: iPhone SE
While many smartphone makers bet big on super-sized phablets, Apple has chosen to go smaller, launching the iPhone SE.
Hands-on review: Miitomo - Nintendo’s first mobile hit
Miitomo has only been released in Japan, but it is already a big hit. Nintendo's first successful smart-device app is well worth its hype.
In pictures: All about Apple
Apple ups its mobility game with the release of the new iPhone and iPad.
Drop everything, the new iPhone SE is here
The latest iPhone is finally here, and it’s small, cheaper, but still pretty.
Kiwis love their iPhones, according to ConsumerNZ awards
Apple and LG took out the 2016 Consumer NZ Top Brand awards for mobile phone.
App review: Hands on with iOS Hedgehogers
Hedgehogers may not look like anything special, but it has still got plenty of character. The mechanics make it genuinely addicting.
There's a secret Emoji keyboard hidden in your iPhone
But did you know there’s more to Emoji life beyond the standard Emoji wall?
Will Apple's next iPhone be met with excitement or indifference?
Loyal Apple consumers across generations aren't excited about a 4-inch iPhone, which is expected to go on sale later this month, a new survey finds.
Is Apple creating an unhackable smartphone?
Various sources attest to the fact that Apple is working on creating a phone that is unhackable by government bodies or even Apple itself.
Can your iPhone be hacked using just Play-Doh? Yep.
Touch ID may not be as secure as you thought, with a mobile security company getting around the security with an unlikely partner in crime: Play-Doh.
Photo gallery: Apple through the ages
What began as the brainchild of two Steves is now the world’s largest information technology company and at the forefront of innovative technology.
Apple vs the Feds: The facts
The Internet was recently ablaze as a Californian Judge ordered that Apple help the FBI unlock a suspected criminals iPhone.
Transgender prostitutes, iPhones and bitches: Tangerine film review
Tangerine introduces you to two transgender prostitutes and an Armenian man and proceeds to lead you into the fringes of West Hollywood.
Apple wants to help you with your budding music career
Want to tap into your musical potential? Apple is on your side, bringing new and refreshed music apps to the App Store.
$1 for an iPhone? You're dreaming
According to NetSafe, New Zealanders are questioning if advertisements offering the latest iPhone for a buck are too good to be true.
Police to record victim statements on iPhones
The initiative builds on input from frontline officers who, through a series of workshops, provided ideas for improving policing into the future.
Nearly all Kiwi adults to own a smartphone in 2016
The equivalent of 2,543,173 people aged 18+ now have a smartphone, with research showing 92% of adults will own a smartphone in the the next 12 months
Hands-on review: Olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens for iPhone
If you want to dump the digital camera and just travel with one device, you’ll need some help in the lense department.