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It seems Apple learned a thing or two after its experiment to bring a 'low cost' iPhone for the masses which wasn't actually that much cheaper at all. Now the 5c will fade into history, very soon.
Although rumors of Apple's use of sapphire crystal displays on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus never materialized, according to a new rumor, it looks like Apple is now entrusting production to Foxconn.
Tablet sales growth has almost ground to a halt with the iPad seeing its first yearly decline. However, Android and Windows-powered tablets are seeing continued improvements over market averages.
Dropbox has turned on some editing features on its iOS application, pointing users towards the Office suite for all their document needs. This comes a week after similar features appeared on Android.
Google's deal with Apple to be the default search provider on iOS devices expires in 2015 and it is being reported that both Yahoo! and Microsoft are courting Apple for this position.
Apple is teaming up with some of the biggest names in the App Store to help raise funds for fighting HIV/AIDS. A special campaign is underway for this year's World AIDS Day on December 1st.
This week saw devastating Azure outages, lot's of Black Friday deals and plenty of Windows 10 news which included a kernel change in our in-depth tech roundup of the week.
Xiaomi claims it'll overtake both Apple and Samsung and become the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the next ten years but that currently sounds like attention seeking rather than a business plan.
Google has agreed to settle a patent dispute between itself and the Rockstar consortium, an assembly of companies including Apple and Microsoft that own Nortel's old intellectual property.
The mobile giant plans to scale back the number of unique mobile phone devices it produces by up to 30% in order to save money and increase profits after sales declines in previous months.
Apple is changing the way that it refers to apps that cost nothing upfront - ditching the 'free' label and replacing it with a 'Get' button - in response to EU concerns over in-app purchases.
The Beats music subscription service will reportedly be rebranded under iTunes, and pushed to all iOS devices in an OS update next year - but it will continue to operate on a paid subscription model.
It looks like some iPhone 6 Plus handsets have hardware issues with the camera that makes capturing images or video virtually impossible. The problems seem to stem from OIS and need a hardware fix.
A coalition of the internet's biggest companies is trying to push the US Senate into adopting the Freedom Act, which would limit data collection and bring greater transparency to the likes of the NSA
Although Apple remains in a solid first place, Microsoft has overtaken oil giant Exxon Mobil in being the second largest publicly traded company in terms of share values.
Security researchers, developers and hackers tried their luck in exploiting various devices and OS(s) in HP's annual Pwn2Own event. A prize pool of $425,000 was distributed among the winners.
A man in China bought 99 iPhone 6 handsets and arranged them in a heart shape, in an attempt to impress his girlfriend as he proposed to her, in front of friends and onlookers. She was not impressed.
Apple's Campus 2 is finally taking shape and luckily we get to have a sneak peek thanks to a newly published drone video. The $5 billions dollar project is expected to be complete in 2016.
Apple is finally allowing its ex-users to deregister from its iMessage service. This was an easy though long time coming fix for the missing texts and SMS problems plaguing those who switched.
Last week, Microsoft announced that its Office suite of apps on all mobile platforms would now be free, which has caused the apps to explode in popularity.
From big Office changes and Xbox updates, to more bendy iPhones, Lollipop updates, cool concepts, creepy websites and Spanish Cortana, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
GT Advanced Technologies, which formerly produced sapphire crystals for use in smartphone and other device glass, says it was forced into bankruptcy by shady bait-and-switch tactics from Apple.
Latest survey numbers from ComScore have revealed a slight increase in Windows Phone marketshare, while Apple has seen a minor dip during the months of June to September.
Microsoft has announced that it is dropping the requirement of an Office 365 subscription for its Office apps on iOS and, soon, on Android, effectively making Office free across all mobile devices.
A new piece of malware was discovered in the wild recently, one that targets Apple's OS X Macbook and iMacs and then spreads itself to the company's iPhones via USB connections.
Microsoft has been named the world's second most valuable brand at $63 billion, according to Forbes, due in part to its massive sales and promotional deals, but still falling behind Apple.
For the first time in a long time iTunes is no longer the dominant player in the music industry, at least when it comes to Europe where streaming services like Spotify now brings in more cash.
The latest rumor claims that Apple's top-tier gold Watch will reach prices upwards of $5,000 while the steel version will only cost $500. The device is also supposed to launch by Valentine's Day 2015
A Russian news agency has revealed that the country is set to impose a ban on Apple devices connecting to the US due to storage of iCloud data overseas, which has been forbidden by a recent law.
A Swedish hacker has found a serious flaw in Apple's OS, affecting most versions including the latest one, Yosemite. The flaw allows an attacker to gain root access from admin accounts.
Apple claimed that just nine of its customers had complained that their iPhone 6 and 6 Plus handsets were 'bending' - but a new video from a consumer action group shows over 300 bent iPhones.
The Apple Watch looks set to launch later than some had expected, as details of a leaked internal company video reveal that it does not plan to launch the new wearable device until spring 2015.
Voice assistants like Microsoft's Cortana, Google's Google Now and Apple's Siri help some of us quite a lot in our daily life but how useful are they when asked incredibly complex questions?
A Microsoft infographic shows how many of its products - including a Lumia 635, wireless speaker, two headsets, portable charger and more - you can get for less than half the cost of an iPhone.
Apple's chief executive has long been assumed to be gay, but today Tim Cook publicly came out, saying that he is "proud to be gay", and that he hopes his decision to speak up will help others.
With Microsoft launching its new wearable fitness tracker we wanted to see how all these similar devices stack up to each other, at least based on official info. Check all the stats after the jump.
Apple has still not officially shared details about the battery life of its new Watch, but the company's CEO, Tim Cook, admitted this week that users "will end up charging it daily".
While we still have a couple months to wait until the release of the Apple Watch, one ambitious programmer has created a program that emulates the Apple Watch UI on iOS devices.
After their opening weekend Apple's new iPhones have garnered huge interest from Koreans who have pre-ordered the handsets in the tens of thousands, more than three times as many Note 4 pre-orders.
If you use Apple SIM and select AT&T as your carrier, you can no longer change the carrier to something else, effectively ruining the Apple SIM. It is a broad yet unsurprising move from AT&T.
It looks like Apple has a new problem on its hands with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Now, users are reporting that the plastic antenna bands located at the top and bottom are becoming discolored.
It was roughly a month ago that the Internet exploded in regards to the iPhone 6 Plus and 'bendgate'. Now, it looks like people are trying replicate this issue with Apple's iPad Air 2.
The iFixit team is at it again, tearing down those expensive devices so you don't have to. This time around it's the 2014 Mac Mini which was unveiled last week, but how did it fare overall?
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time out to meet the workers on the assembly lines of the iPhone 6 and other devices during his stay in China, ahead of a planned expansion of the workforce at that plant.
A powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, QuickTime lets you view Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, which is available to download now, and includes various features such as Instant Hotspot, Continuity improvements and support for the company's Apple Pay service.
A new report mentions that the Chinese government is employing phishing attacks against Apple's iCloud and Microsoft's Live services. This comes just days after both companies launched new products.
In a new advert, a very friendly Microsoft sales associate explains why you should purchase a Surface Pro 3 instead of a Mac, whether it's for your daughter or for yourself.
From Windows news and Android 5.0, to a bunch of Apple devices, Surface, Xbox and PS4 updates, stuff on fire, and Bono, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech coverage on Neowin.