Posting a New Year greeting to Twitter, whoever runs the @huawei Twitter account fell foul of the most obvious mistake we can think of by sending the tweet from the official iPhone Twitter app. Oops!
Apple's next big software release is aiming to help people break iPhone addiction, and that appears to have tickled Conan O'Brien enough for him to release a video mocking the initiative.
A YouTube video showing the creator drilling a hole into his new iPhone 7 to uncover a "hidden" headphone jack is apparently fooling viewers into destroying their costly new iPhone 7 handsets.
There can be surely no better example of a wholesome family fun than messing about with your parents iPhones in order to play a cruel, but hilarious prank on them. It's extremely important for adolescents and teenagers to have an active social life these days, especially considering we live in an age where reputation and the opinions of our peers matters so greatly. That's why no-one can really have any ill feeling towards a Reddit user who perfectly pranked his parents with this simple iPhone trick.
Most iPad users, even the most avid of fans, likely see the device as an entertainment and productive tool, not as something that can be worn, and especially not as headgear. This brave woman was spotted walking around the streets of New York City wearing four iPads around her head in order to promote a new iPad-only magazine.