Swiss national train operator SBB announced Friday that it is to meet with Apple representatives after the tech giant used its famous clock design without permission on a new application for the iPad and iPhone.
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We can all exhale now, as Consumer Reports has released their “first look” at the new iPhone 5, calling it a “notable improvement” over the iPhone 4S, but criticizing Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps applications as being not up to par.
We reported last week about some users having issues with their iPhone 5 screens. Now we have reports about another problem plaguing Apple’s latest and greatest: light leakage.
Looks like Apple may be catching up on iPhone 5 pre-orders faster than we expected. A number of tipsters are saying that iPhone 5 pre-orders originally estimated for early October delivery, are now showing a September 27th delivery date.
Apple’s team of lawyers never seems to rest, constantly swimming the legal seas in search of new prey. Apple has already received a verdict for legal damages to the tune of $1 billion, but Apple would like some more, please.
Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility is attempting to cash in on user dissatisfaction with Apple’s new Maps app with an ad saying iOS 6 Maps are “#iLost”, in an attempt to promote usage of the tag on Twitter.
Reports say that a riot broke out at Foxconn’s Taiyuan, China plant on Sunday. Over 2,000 employees were involved, and it took more than 5,000 police officers several hours to bring the disturbance under control.
Looks like American Express will soon be joining the Passbook party very soon. AmEx integration won’t allow users to pay with Passbook, but will be centered around current promotions and recent purchases.
Devices made by Apple have always been a popular target of thieves. Now, as the iPhone 5 goes on sale, New York City police are taking a step toward protecting new owners.
With the arrival of iOS 6, Siri gains some great new abilities. Terry White of TerryWhite.com gives us a run down of some of Siri’s new commands.
Everybody has that friend. The one who spends most of his time putting down whatever is popular at the time. Music, movies, art, clothing styles, if everyone else loves it, they hate it.
Everyone knows one of the biggest changes from the iPhone 4S to the iPhone 5 is the longer screen. But, how do apps that are updated for the taller screen look?
n what seems to be a rite of passage for new iPhone releases, a number of owners are having issues with the screens on their new iPhone 5’s. When the iPhone 4 launched 2 years ago, it was weird yellow spots. This time it’s a little more mysterious. Some iPhone 5s are showing a weird bubble effect, others are experiencing flickering, and blurriness.
You would never dream of treating your new iPhone 5 with anything but loving respect and care. But thank Jobs there are some among us that are willing to buy a brand new iPhone and try to smash the crap out of it!
iDownloadBlog has confirmed that the Verizon iPhone 5 is GSM unlocked. By cutting down an AT&T Micro SIM, they were able to use it in the Verizon device and pick up an AT&T signal.
Sure, you don’t want to think about it, God knows you just got your hands on your bright shiny new iPhone 5, but what happens if you break it? What if, ::GASP!:: the screen breaks? No worries faithful followers, Apple has got it all covered, and they’ll probably repair your object of desire in the store!