According to a new rumor, Apple may be seeking to improve its beleaguered iOS Maps app by acquiring popular crowd-sourced traffic and navigation service Waze.
A California court has rejected Apple’s claim that Amazon’s use of “Appstore” for its Android application marketplace was “false advertising.” Apple had filed a lawsuit in 2011, saying that Amazon’s use of “Appstore” could cause confusion among consumers.
The Next Web reports that at least one iOS developer has seen references to the next iPhone, and iOS7 in their application logs.
A report from Taiwanese newspaper Commercial Times says Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is set to begin trial production of Apple’s A6X chip sometime this quarter. That chip is currently being used by Apple to power its fourth-generation iPad.
This is easily the largest robbery of an Apple Store that I have seen, and it doesn’t make pretty reading for Apple. Almost an estimated $1.5 million worth of Apple gear, yes, you read that right, was stolen from the Opera Apple Store in Paris on New Year’s Day.
Here we are, the end of another year, the new one just peeking over the horizon. The year 2012 was another busy one for Apple and its partners. Let’s take a look back at the year in Apple!
Fortune shares a fun video from StockTwit’s SirIsaacNewton, who put AAPL’s fall from $700 to music! The choice of music is especially apt, and makes the video fairly entertaining. Check it out!
If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone, and used hacked apps, you lost a lifeline on Sunday. A prominent service that supplied stolen iOS apps for jailbroken devices has closed. It’s seen by most as a major victory on the war on piracy.
Bloomberg’s “Best of 2012″ series has a great video piece from Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel, who sat down with Apple CEO Tim Cook, and came away from the talk with some personal reflections from the man who runs Apple.
If the U.S. International Trade Commission affirms and adopts an initial determination filed by one of its administrative law judges, Samsung products found to infringe on particular Apple patents will be subject to a sales ban.
It’s pretty standard really, Apple releases a new product, and no matter how many resources Apple’s manufacturing and assembly partners throw at production, they still can’t keep up.
Apple has agreed to drop patent claims against a new Samsung phone after Samsung said it was not releasing the phone for sale in the U.S. market.
Apple’s iPad is seeing its share of the global tablet traffic in decline, now that a number of low-cost Android tablets are flooding the market, but it is still the most used tablet by a huge margin!
While we never normally see Apple prototypes out in the open, Hartmut Esslinger (Apple’s Sir Jony Ive in the eighties), has just published a new book and for the occasion he looked back at various designs and prototypes with DesignBoom.
A Chinese court has ordered Apple to pay pay 1.03 million yuan, around $165,000, to a group of writers who claimed their work was pirated and sold through the App Store.
DigiTimes, (they of the iffy track-record), is reporting that Apple has told their Taiwanese suppliers that both the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lineups will see revisions in June 2013.