Have smartphones fully replaced cameras? This video charts 70 years of camera sales and how smartphones have affected the market.
Apple's flagship device has captured a modest 16% of the global market, and Android dominates globally. Why do so many Americans keep buying iPhones?
Every day, 3.3 billion people rely on their smartphones to stay connected. The products and services enabling this—the smartphone multiplier market—is now worth $459 billion.
This infographic breaks down the 34 components that make your iPhone work. See where each part inside an iPhone comes from, and who makes it.
With iPhone sales making up over 60% of revenue, investors are becoming increasingly worried that Apple is a one trick pony.
Over 700 million iPhones have now been sold, but the iPhone would not exist if it were not for the raw materials that make the technology...
The smartphone that many of us have in our pockets is more powerful than the best supercomputers decades ago. Learn about exponential growth in technology.
The iPhone is iconic as the culmination of all modern technology and engineering in one instrument. Here's how we got to the iPhone era.