Mophie announced the new Space Pack case for the iPhone 5 and 5s on Tuesday, which combines one of the company’s popular battery cases with up to 32GB of external flash storage. But don’t get too excited; users will have to manually manage the external storage via a new Mophie app.
After years of speculation, Apple’s iPhone is finally coming to China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile carrier. The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will go on sale in the country on January 17, 2014, with availability in both Apple and China Mobile retail stores.
Apple revealed on Tuesday that a small number of iPhone 5s units are affected by a manufacturing defect that significantly reduces battery life and increases charging times. The company is contacting purchasers of the defective units individually to arrange replacements.
The iPhone 5s with its new Touch ID fingerprint scanner will let you store up to five authorized fingerprints. But without labels, it’s hard to keep track of which fingers are assigned. Here’s how to find out so that you can better manage your authorized prints.
Any concerns about Apple’s 2013 iPhone models was quickly laid to rest Monday after the company announced weekend sales of 9 million units, shattering analyst expectations and crushing the iPhone 5’s previous opening weekend sales record.
The iPhone 5s has just gone on sale in North America, and repair firm iFixit already has a nice teardown of Apple’s newest flagship. The teardown revealed a very similar layout to the iPhone 5, although the new Touch ID and a glued-down battery could cause some repair headaches.
Excited to pick up a new iPhone? Apple released a press release this morning detailing exactly how and when anxious customers can grab their new iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c at Apple Retail Stores and online this Friday.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled the next generation of mobile hardware and software by detailing iOS 7 and the new colorful iPhone 5c and flagship iPhone 5s. Here’s an overview of the major announcements from this morning’s event.
So you’ve acquired an alleged iPhone 5S rear shell. What’s there to do? Stick a bunch of iPhone 5 components into it, of course! A tech site did exactly this yesterday, and the resulting “franken-iPhone” hints at what Apple has planned for the real iPhone 5S.