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Smartphone users have had plenty of options to choose from this year as the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturers introduced flagship devices to eager audiences. Though the improvements over 2013’s models have been more iterative than revolutionary, the picks this year have stood

Apple has become the benchmark against which other notebook, tablet and smartphone manufacturers are being compared. It’s not that Apple makes the most technically superior products – although sometimes it does. Rather, it’s

Apple’s new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, will go on sale in South Africa on 24 October, the company said on Monday. The Californian technology giant announced that the two new phones would be launched in 36 additional countries in the coming weeks. They include nations in Europe, Asia, the Middle

When Apple revealed its latest products to the adoring faithful last Tuesday, most people were focused on the gadgets. The new iPhone (it’s bigger) and the Apple Watch (it’s not just a rumour). But the potential game changer is really Apple Pay. Sure, the bigger (and much bigger) iPhone is going

It’s all Apple in the latest episode of TalkCentral. Your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg unpack the big keynote, ask whether Apple was right to introduce bigger-screen iPhones, and look at the company’s new Watch

Apple has finally got the “big” religion. America’s biggest smartphone maker on Tuesday unveiled two new and larger-screen iPhones at a glitzy launch event in San Francisco. The event, which was one of the most anticipated in recent years

Apple on Tuesday unveiled a platform it says will allow people to ditch their wallets and use their smartphones — iPhones, of course — to make card payments. If it sounds familiar to South Africans, that’s because local start-ups such as FlickPay, SnapScan

Apple last night made its first move into the already crowded wearable computing space, taking the wraps off Apple Watch, a smart wristwatch that CEO Tim Cook breathlessly declared on a stage in San Francisco will “redefine what people