Don't risk losing valuable data, important memories and personal collections of music or files. Before updating to any new version of iOS, you should always back up your device to iTunes or iCloud as a safety precaution.
It's not often we get something for nothing, but in the case of Apple doubling the iPhone SE storage, that's exactly what we got.
Apple took down its online store for a couple of hours of "scheduled maintenance" yesterday and then quietly put it back up with a whole slew of new products.
When you update your iPhone to iOS 10.3 you risk losing the files on your phone - photos, music, documents - if you don't back up first. Apple has warned customers to back-up to avoid the risk of potential disaster.
It's one of those age-old questions, how can I get my battery to work harder and last longer? Read on for all you ever wanted to know about the iPhone battery - and the answer to that dinner party question.
Just last week I heard about an Australian enterprise business who were buying an extended warranty for their corporate iPhones because they had been told their Apple warranty only lasts 12 months. At best this advice is a half-truth, and at worse it's downright misleading. So what is the truth about smartphone extended warranties and are they worth the money?
No matter how often Tim Cook says it, consumers are not buying into the hype - iPads are not a replacement for a laptop.
Hot on the heels of the Samsung combustible battery, comes Apple's defective iPhone 6S battery. In response to a rising tide of frustration, Apple has this week agreed to replace batteries for Australian users.
Announced almost 3 months ago and still no sign of them! What's happened to the Apple AirPods and are they worth waiting for?
It's happening... the ANZ Bank Apple Pay ads are ringing true - well maybe not the bum tap - but we will be "taking it for granted in no time" !