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Apple wants to help you with your budding music career
Want to tap into your musical potential? Apple is on your side, bringing new and refreshed music apps to the App Store.
$1 for an iPhone? You're dreaming
According to NetSafe, New Zealanders are questioning if advertisements offering the latest iPhone for a buck are too good to be true.
Police to record victim statements on iPhones
The initiative builds on input from frontline officers who, through a series of workshops, provided ideas for improving policing into the future.
Nearly all Kiwi adults to own a smartphone in 2016
The equivalent of 2,543,173 people aged 18+ now have a smartphone, with research showing 92% of adults will own a smartphone in the the next 12 months
Hands-on review: Olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens for iPhone
If you want to dump the digital camera and just travel with one device, you’ll need some help in the lense department.
Kickstarter for wireless iPhone charger gains momentum
A start-up specialising in wireless iPhone charging has received funding of $10,000 in two days.
Top tips to secure your new iPhone
Security advice on how to keep your Apple iDevice, and the data stored on it, safe.
iPhone sales surge past 13 million in first weekend
Sales of Apple’s new iPhone models are breaking records according to Apple, which says it sold 13 million new iPhones in the three days after launch.
Kiwi iPhone demand running high as 6s, 6s Plus break records
Apple says its new iPhone models are smashing global records - and they're in hot demand in New Zealand too, with demand outstripping supply.
Spark confirms new iPhone plans
Spark has confirmed when consumers will be able to purchase the recently announced iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Vodafone confirms dates for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus availability
“We are delighted that our customers will be amongst the first in the world to get their hands on the brilliant iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus."
Everything Apple has told us about the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
“The only thing that has changed with iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is everything,” says Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
Android to remain dominant OS as mobile phone market slows
IDC says that despite Apple’s continued success with its variants of the iPhone, it will be challenged to take Android share.
6th Gen iPod touch: First impressions
There have since been numerous iPod revisions. Now Apple has launched their latest refresh. Here are my first impressions.
Cheap smartphones dominating handset race
Smartphones will account for 95% of handset sales by 2020 - and it's not the expensive flagship models leading the way.
An iPhone controlled BBQ?? Are you kidding????
Green Mountain Grill sports a Wi-Fi access point and is iPhone controlled. It's an improbable combo, but in use it worked well.
Did Apple accidentally leak the iPhone 6c?
A photo of a mystery phone on the Apple website has the tech world up in arms about a rumoured iPhone 6c.
Apple earnings soar
Apple has set new second quarter records posting quarterly revenue of $58 billion and quarterly net profit of 13.6 billion.
Hands on review: iPhone Data Recovery App
The hardware may be state of the art, the software well designed, but the meat-ware (that’s us) is more often than not both stupid and forgetful.
On the Case: Book Book for the iPhone 6+
Religion aside, I quickly became attached to the BookBook. Where protective cases are a necessary evil, the BookBook ticks all the right boxes.
Hands on review: Logitech K480 Bluetooth smartphone keyboard
"The sad fact is that entering text on a phone sized on-screen keyboard is about as much fun as a DIY root canal surgery."
An in-depth Look at the New iPhone 6
We look closer at the hot selling iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus phones from Apple
Apple about ready to push Samsung off the smartphone leaders board
Strong sales of Apple’s latest round of smartphones are pushing Samsung Electronics as the world’s top seller of smartphones.
Men dig hole in wall, steal $300,000 worth of iPhones
AppleInsider has reported that three man currently stand accused of stealing 240 iPhone 6 units, after digging a 50 centimeter hole through the wall of a warehouse.