The iPhone’s camera app can now read QR codes

Remember when QR codes were the next big thing? In the U.S. you used to be able to find them on billboards, business cards — you name it. They were supposed to change the way we use our devices.

Apple breaks iPhone sales record with 78.3 million units sold in the holiday quarter

With another big holiday quarter behind it, Apple saw revenues from its flagship iPhone product rise to $54.4 billion, up from $51.6 billion a year earlier. That revenue growth came as Apple repor

iPhone revenues and unit sales dip in Q4 with 45.5M devices sold

Apple is still selling a lot of iPhones, but the numbers are continuing to slide from 2015 numbers. The company reported Q4 2016 iPhones sales of 45.51 million units. This compares to 48 million units

Windows Phone Shrinks In Android-Dominated Europe, As New iPhones Boost iOS’ Share

The latest 12-week smartphone sales figures from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, up to September, indicate that Windows Phone's already small share of the smartphone market has shrunk in Europe -- dropping

Apple Sold 39.3M iPhones During The iPhone 6 Launch Quarter, 12.3M iPads And 5.5M Macs

Apple’s earnings for the final quarter of its fiscal 2014 year are out, and boy did they sell a lot of iPhones. The hardware quarter saw 39.3 million iPhones sold, along with 12.3 million iPads

Asian Mobile Makers Squeeze Apple’s Global Smartphone Share To Its Lowest For 3-Years In Record 230M Unit Q2

More proof, if proof were needed, that Apple needs a low cost iPhone to get its smartphone momentum mojo back: Cupertino's share of the global smartphone market fell to its lowest for three years in Q

Why You Should Treat Your iPhone Like a Toddler: The State of Mobile App Security [TCTV]

Privacy and security issues have been at the forefront of tech news this week, with recently exposed loopholes in <a href="http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/28/tk-ios-gives-developers-access-to-ph

Those stolen Antwerpian iPhones? They're in Russia

TouchMyApps has the hot tip on those 4,000 iPhone stolen in Antwerp. The iPhones are now being fobbed off in Russia and salespeople are a little wary of getting their gear confiscated and or shut down

GirlsWithiPhones: More proof that girls are slightly more mature

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/girlswithiphones-620x396.jpg">I'm glad I have a daughter. When she grows up she might post a picture of herself in her underwear on <a HR

CarJack Streets – a GTA clone for the iPhone

  Who doesn’t wanna play the original top-view, Grand Theft Auto on their iPhone. Carjack Streets might be the closest thing we get and while it’s not out yet, seems promising. Scheduled

Rogers sells 255,000 iPhones in the land of poutine

This morning, Canadian carrier giant Rogers announced that they’d managed to sell roughly 255,000 iPhones between its launch in July and the end of September. While 255,000 is a drop in the buck

Deutsche Telekom hits the 70,000 iPhone mark in just eleven weeks

[photopress:germaniphone.jpg,full,right]It’s been eleven weeks since the iPhone invaded Germany, and in that time Deutsche Telekom has sold 70,000 units. That comes out to almost 40 an hour, if