China Mobile revealed on Wednesday that it is in negotiations with Apple to bring the iPhone to its network. Chairman Xi Guohua said during a shareholders meeting, I can’t give you too many details, but I’d like to repeat that both sides do hope to boost our cooperation.”
Shipments of two of HTC’s latest and most popular smartphones are being blocked by U.S. customers over violations of Apple patents. The shipments are being held due to a previous ITC ruling banning the import of HTC’s Android phones.
Apple, in a motion to dismiss a set of class-action lawsuits accusing them of falsely advertising their Siri voice assistant feature for the iPhone 4S, claims that the plaintiffs did not specify exactly what led them to purchase the device.
Sony Pictures officially announced this morning that they have chosen The Social Network screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (as previously rumored) to adapt Walter Isaacson’s official Steve Jobs biography for the big screen.
Disney would be willing to consider a deal which would see the WatchESPN app be transitioned from iOS to the Apple TV platform, potentially allowing ESPN subscribers to watch the internet service right from their TV.
Taking its push for a “clean” iCloud to Apple’s Cupertino campus this week, Greenpeace projected images onto the main building of Apple’s corporate headquarters.
Not only do Apple feature heavily in the technology industry, they are also heavily present in another completely different one: Hollywood.
Independent analyst Andy M. Zaky feels so strongly about Apple’s potential that he believes Apple’s could be worth as much as $2000 by the end of 2015.
Apple has ranked second in an online shopper survey conducted by research firm ForeSee. They scored an 85 percent customer satisfaction rating. Apple was in a tie for second with home shopping giant QVC. Both firms fell in behind the leader, Amazon, with a record 89 percent rating.
Of all the innovations from Apple, could the biggest not be a device, but a physical gesture? The chief digital officer of Gannet & Co. Inc. thinks so.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is planning significant upgrades and improvements to iCloud.
Apple’s been taking a fair amount of heat over security on OS X. While many of these concerns may not directly be due to security issues with OS X, digital security firm Kaspersky has been invited by Apple to analyze the security of OS X to identify areas for improvement.
It’s no surprise Apple has mountains of cash in their vaults. Just sitting there, nobody dives in occasionally to take a cash swim, and sadly, no one riffles through the bills and winks at the presidents. A waste, really.
While product benchmarks are not normally known until after the release when keen geeks put them to the test, some supposed benchmarks for the upcoming 2012 MacBook Pro and iMac have already been seen on the Geekbench database.
This week, we learn about the legendary Mr. Macintosh, Steve Jobs’ idea of a mythical man that lived inside your Mac, only coming out occasionally and ensuring that you don’t see him for more than a few seconds.
Apple is apparently testing an updated version of iCloud.com, which also contains references to iOS 6. Could we see the first iOS 6 beta at WWDC? At this point, it seems pretty likely.