The Apple Watch was a long time coming. We first saw Apple’s foray into wearable technology at Apple’s September iPhone 6 event, and heard some more details at the Spring Forward event on 9 March ahead of the start of pre-orders on 10 April and, finally, the Apple Watch ‘release’ on 24 April. In September
Apple Pay launched in the UK on 14 July 2015. In this article we answer all the other questions UK readers are asking about Apple Pay and its UK launch: how Apple Pay works; how to set up and use Apple Pay; which UK shops and retailers support the Apple Pay service; Apple Pay security; and likely launch dates for Apple Pay
When Apple announced its much-anticipated Apple Watch back in September 2014, people got very excited about the concept of an Apple-designed smartwatch. Fast-forward to today: the Apple Watch has been on sale for a year and people are wondering about the next-generation Apple Watch 2. When will the Apple Watch 2 launch, and what new features can we expect?
Stay tuned to this page for all the latest rumours about the 21 March event as they appear, and make sure to follow all the announcements with Macworld on the night: our liveblog, including news, product details and photos, and expert commentary on the announcements, will appear on this page. How to watch Apple March
Smaller Android phones Smartphone manufacturers and their trends are often synchronized. That’s why the iPhone became larger in 2014, after it was already clear that larger Android phones were very popular. That’s why Huawei announced the Mate S with Force Touch technology one week before the iPhone 6s was announced with 3D Touch. That’s why
The Mobile World Congress was held in Barcelona last month, where a host of Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S7, were unveiled. Now, Apple is holding its own spring event replete with new products, including an attention-grabbing iPhone SE, which is rumored to be a 4-inch device with iPhone 6S hardware. Stream the Apple event
From zero to hero When the first iPhone was launched in 2007, its potential market was pretty much everybody on Earth: it was the first smartphone of its kind, it worked in a way that no other smartphone worked, and it didn’t have any serious rivals. Android was in its infancy and Samsung was making
New iPhone and iPad models likely to be unveiled Monday are aimed at helping Apple keep momentum in the fast-evolving mobile device market. The media gathering at the company’s intimate Town Hall auditorium in Silicon Valley will also give Apple a chance to restate its case for fighting a US government demand that it break