The Apple iPhone is indisputably the most popular smartphone on the planet, with more than two billion devices sold in the years since the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs first unveiled the company’s pocket-sized mobile computer to the world in 2007.
Built to run Apple’s iOS operating system – which itself has enjoyed various updates since its 2007 inception – the original iPhone was the first smartphone to use multi-touch technology and has been credited with kick-starting the so-called “app economy”.
The latest crop of iPhones includes the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, with Apple expected to debut the iPhone 15 range in September 2023.
Apple is reportedly shrinking the bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, and other details have leaked too.
Apple’s iPhone Pro Max-line could see its biggest price hike in four years with the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Updated We've rounded up everything we've heard about the iPhone 15, which is expected to release later this year.
Apple is expected to finally equip all iPhones with high-resolution cameras from the iPhone 15 onwards, matching Android rivals.
The latest iOS 17 beta mentions nine different functions the iPhone 15 Pro's rumored Action Button may be able to trigger.
Apple has refined its iPhone to the pinnacle of design, but foldable phones are more exciting, so Apple should build one.
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