A few weeks ago Apple admitted that it has been actively tinkering with our old iPhones. But is this OK?
Apple has announced its latest smartphone – the iPhone X. Brimming with new features, Apple hopes you’ll be so enamoured by the phone’s good looks that you’ll pay £1,000 for it. Would you?
As the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle are sent to the great Apple Store in the sky, physical buttons are now a thing of the past for the tech giant. But is touchscreen really better? (more on buttons vs touchscreen…)
When a Which? member lost her iPhone, she used the Find My iPhone app to try to locate it. And that’s when she received a very convincing phishing message. Apple confirmed it was a fake email, but would you think to check its authenticity first? (more on Find My iPhone phishing scam…)
Last week, the amount of money spent on vinyl music in the UK overtook digital downloads for the first time. Records are now firmly in the mainstream, but are they back for good, or is this just a stay of execution? (more on vinyl records…)
Apple has removed the headphone socket from the iPhone 7. Will you want to buy into this new listening experience?
(more on the iPhone 7)
A great photo or video clip can capture a special moment, but it might be at the expense of the audience members around you. Should you be able to record and photograph at concerts and other live events?
(more about phones at concerts…)
Have you had a text, apparently from ‘Apple’, telling you your Apple ID is about to expire? Don’t be fooled – it’s a scam. So what’s being done about it?
The newly announced iPhone SE marks a return to 4’’ phones for Apple. And with similar specs to the iPhone 6s, are smaller phones making a comeback?
An Apple iPhone doesn’t come cheap. So you might be a bit miffed if your beloved handset broke. But what if your iPhone was left unusable after updating to the latest software? That’s reportedly happened to thousands of owners of repaired iPhone 6’s.
All of the major antivirus companies offer apps for your mobile device. So should you download one, or is it enough just to have your wits about you?
When you download an app onto your smartphone, do you know what personal data you’re handing over? Anette Høyrup of the Danish Consumer Council has been putting apps to the test.
More than half of UK homes now own a tablet PC – just five years after the most popular tablet, the iPad, was launched. Is yours an all-singing life essential or just something you look at occasionally to read the news?
If you’re one of those who was left frustrated with Windows 8, today’s your lucky day. An announcement from Microsoft introduces the new Windows 10. And better yet, it’s free.