A combination of easy access and a low price has Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion on track to become one of the most quickly adopted operating systems in recent history.
Thursday marked the first time ever Apple presented at the annual Black Hat hacker conference, and while expectations were high, the reality proved to be underwhelming.
Court documents have been found to reveal that a number of customers returned their Samsung Galaxy tablets to Best Buy after mistaking them for iPads when they were purchased.
Apple’s iPhone and iPad designs have always been excellent in released products, but judging by some interesting newly revealed prototype designs, not all of Apple’s designs have been quite as attractive…
A London court granted Apple’s request to postpone an order given earlier this month requiring Apple to post a public notice on their U.K. website and several British newspapers that Samsung’s Galaxy tablets do not infringe on Apple’s iPad design patents.
Apple has been playing with ideas for heads-up displays and video glasses since 2006. They have been granted two patents so far that is related to this technology. Today, the U.S. Patent Office published a new patent application from Apple related to a smaller display with Retina Display like quality.
Apple has reportedly made a deal to purchase AuthenTec, a security company best known for creating fingerprint sensors. The price tag for the acquisition will be $356 million.
The Olympics, starting later today, have been built up for the past year, and especially in England, everybody has been going crazy. However Apple, as always, has retained it’s cool approach, opting to give out elegant union jack pins to people who make an Apple Store purchase in London while stocks last and on select days.
Reuters says today that an unsealed document in the Apple-Samsung legal brouhaha reveals that the iPhone generates more profit for Apple than the iPad does. How much more? How about twice as much per unit!
Right on the heels of the Apple win in German courts of a EU-wide ban on sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7, a German court has ruled on Thursday that the Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and the Galaxy Tab 10.1N, do not infringe on Apple’s patents, and thus are not subject to a sales ban.
We’ve been told since we were very young that it’s good to share. With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple makes it easier then ever to be the kind of person your parents always dreamed you’d be. No, not an doctor. Someone who shares.
Yesterday we reported that Apple was sending out invalid redemption codes to eligible customers who wanted to take advantage of the Up-to-Date program allowing them to download Mountain Lion for free.
Apple continues to be the dominant consumer in the global electronics supply scene. It’s expected to lengthen its lead as the largest buyer of chips, and is projected to spend $28 billion in 2012.
Apple sold 1.3 million Apple TVs during the June quarter, that’s more than the 1.1 million Xbox 360s Microsoft sold over the same period. Apple CEO Tim Cook says that still qualifies as a hobby.
Apple has convinced a federal judge to let jurors hear about document destruction by Samsung in their patent infringement trial that is scheduled to begin on July 30.
In what appears to be some very bad news for Samsung, it appears that the Korean company was explicitly and repeatedly warned that their smartphones and tablets were too similar to the iPhone and iPad, and were cautioned not to copy Apple.