iPhone 5

The latest news, features and blogs on Computerworld UK about the new iPhone 5 smartphone.

iPhone 5 News

First mobile device with MIPS 64-bit processor coming in 2016

The Warrior i6400 chip will support Android 64-bit operating systems starting with the L release read more »

Apple makes Sept. 9 event official, hints at more than iPhone 6

Apple confirmed today it will host an event Sept. 9 in Cupertino, Calif. to unveil its newest iPhone and perhaps other new hardware. read more »

A bigger iPhone could push phablet explosion

Big smartphones with screens larger than 5.5-in. will make up nearly a third of the entire smartphone market in 2018, IDC said. read more »

You drain me: Apple replaces some iPhone 5 batteries for free

'Very small percentage' affected, says Apple; but small sample showed 2 out of 3 phones eligible read more »

Trade-in volume signals 'tremendous' sales for iPhone 6

Big screen rumors and the usual even-numbered-year redesign combine to prompt early adopters to raise cash for next month's new iPhone read more »

What matters in the fall smartphone lineup: brand, display size, battery life, LTE

What doesnt matter: color read more »

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iPhone 5 In Depth

Your next smartphone is now closer to wireless charging

Consolidation of two groups should help the industry standardise -- and spread read more »

Businesses adopting robots for new tasks

But will the machines and their ilk take away jobs -- even white-collar ones? read more »

BlackBerry Z10 - Hands on with the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone

The BlackBerry Z10 packs some unique features and functionality, including an industry-best virtual keyboard read more »

Can new BlackBerry 10 smartphones rekindle RIM fire?

RIM hopes to translate positive pre-launch buzz into sales of its Z10 and X10 smartphones on January 30 read more »

2012 - The year in quotes

Some of the most interesting, and amusing, tech-related quotes this year were uttered in courtrooms read more »

Bad blood: Apple vs Samsung

Despite all the bickering in court, Samsung remains the manufacturer of the processor for the iPad mini, the iPad and the iPhone 5 read more »

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iPhone 5 Slideshows

Apples most important iPhone upgrades over the years

Seven years after its initial launch, the iPhone has come a long way in terms of its feature set read more »

15 more hot Kickstarter tech campaigns

Projects hoping for financial backing include wind and solar chargers, drones and a panoramic video camera read more »

Eight ways the password is dying

From smartphones that know you’re near to tattoos and even pills, high-tech companies are busy replacing pesky strings of text with easier ways to authenticate. Check out the future here. read more »

10 technologies that disappointed in 2012

We take a look at the products that did not live up to their hype and fell short of expectations read more »

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White Papers

Say 'yes' to BYOD

Protect your network from the risk of mobile devices read more »

IDC Tech Spotlight: Benefits of Unified Endpoint Data Management in Embracing BYOD

The 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend is having a significant impact on enterprise organisations read more »

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