The iPhone 12 has triggered the highest number of device upgrades in the history of the iPhone, and propelled Apple to #1 for global smartphone sales.
The consumer 'used phone' market is booming and driving up the prices being offered to Australian businesses to release their second-hand devices to Buyback programs.
Apple has unveiled its next generation Mac built on its Apple silicon M1 chip, and available first in three devices - the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini.
iOS 14.2 has arrived for iPhone and it brings with it 117 new emoji including Australia's own boomerang. See what's included and try the new emoji search feature.
When Apple launched the iPhone 12, it highlighted 15 global carriers it had worked with to ensure optimal 5G performance. Representing Australia...Telstra, take a bow.
Updated: 23 October 2020 - The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are now on sale in Australia with the Mini and the Pro Max available from mid-November. The four devices range in price from A$1,199 to $1,849.
Apple has teased its event at 4am on October 14, AEDT, with an invitation declaring Hi, Speed. The reference is widely believed to allude to the speed of 5G and the arrival of the first 5G-enabled iPhone.
Apple has just confirmed a virtual event will take place at 3am next Wednesday AEST (10am September 15 PT) but the iPhone 12 is not expected to be included.