Now that the iPhone 4S has been shown off to borderline middling interest, Apple is quietly rolling out this little dongle that allows you to charge your phone via Micro USB. Too bad it's only in Europe (for now?).
Consider this the official Giz UK dumping-ground for all those confusing thoughts swirling around your mind about tonight's Apple announcements. Think Apple's made a mistake not bringing out the iPhone 5 already? Or that Siri is the scariest thing you've ever heard of? Tell all, in our comments field below.
With all that juicy stuff coming out of the Apple campus in Cupertino, there's one thing we're not going to get, at least at launch. Britain gets screwed again, but this time it may not be Apple's fault.
We know the iPhone 4S will be going on sale October 14th, but there may be shortages. To ensure you get one before they become unfashionable, you can pre-order at Carphone Warehouse or Three, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone.
The iPhone 4S is here with a dual-core A5 processor, more storage space and a better camera. It's a minor update, sure, but how does it compare to other top phones (not to mention its predecessor, the iPhone 4)? Quite well, actually.
The camera in the iPhone 4S is going to be better! We suspected as much, but now we know exactly how it's going to be better.
We were pretty sure the next iPhone was going to pack some awesome new voice command tech, but it's being demoed live, and living up to expectations: talk to it like a human, get results from a smart person.
Apples new Siri personal assistant is crazy crazy stuff. Being able to talk to your phone like a real person is the stuff of Sci-Fi. Here's the catch: It's limited to the province of the new iPhone 4S.
What happens when the entire internet wants to know about a single thing? That thing's official site gets trashed like a high school house party.
Heads up if you hold a degree in math, science or engineering and have logged hours flying high-performance jet aircraft. NASA is looking for its next class of astronauts!
All week the Internet has be forecasting the death of the iPod classic. Well, it looks the classic isn't going down without a fight.