An Indian health company has unveiled a new app to help users diagnose and track health concerns by testing their urine using their iPhone.
A mix-up with an address was sending people who had their phones stolen in the wrong direction.
Google has navigated the return of its Maps app to the iPhone, months after Apple's infamous in-house mapping effort flopped.
The iPhone 5 became Britain's most popular smartphone in March, six months after it went on sale in September, an online comparison website said today.
The S3 had been the UK's number one handset for 10 months but lost its top spot after the S4 handset was unveiled on March 14.
But the popular Galaxy range still dominates the chart, with four places in the top 10, according to the uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker, which is based on searches, pre-orders and sales through the website.
Police in Lancashire are searching for a thief who stole an iPhone from the hands of a baby.
Twenty-month-old Luella Reid was watching a film featuring Barney the Dinosaur on the device while sitting in her pram when the thief took it from her.
At first, Luella's mum, 26 -year-old Danielle Hinnigan, thought her daughter had dropped the phone when she heard the tot say: ''Mummy, Barney gone, gone.''
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Apple has sold more than five million iPhone 5 handsets since the new device went on sale on Friday.
The company said that demand for the new smartphone outstripped initial supply, beating the opening weekend for the iPhone 4S last year by one million units.
While most customers who pre-ordered the handset have recieved the new thinner, lighter phones, many are due to be shipped in October, Apple said.
Apple's iPhone 5 launch day was partly blighted by continuing complaints about errors and lack of detail in its new mapping application.
An O2 spokesman confirmed that customers who had queued outside the Colliers Wood O2 branch hoping to be among the first to own an iPhone 5 were left disappointed by the theft of the shop's entire shipment.
They were advised to try an alternative O2 outlet.
The spokesman added that Usman Sethi, the employee believed to be responsible, is still at large and the batch of iPhones - worth in excess of £133,000 - is still to be found.
Police have released images of a man wanted in connection with the theft of 252 Apple iPhone 5 smartphones from a shop in south-west London.
Usman Sethi, 23, works as an assistant at the O2 Store in Wimbledon from which the phones were stolen.
He has been captured on CCTV in the store early on Friday morning, hours before the phones were due to go on sale.
The iPhone 5 was launched by Apple on Friday morning and retails for between £529 and £699.