The next iPhone is widely expected expected to be capable of high-speed 4G LTE data connectivity, but a new survey has found that nearly half of American consumers feel they don’t need 4G.
An announcement from China Telcom this week says it added 8.35 million users during the second quarter, an increase it credits mostly to the launch of the iPhone 4S.
The Fair Labor Association released a report on Tuesday saying Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn has corrected some 284 infractions, taking numerous steps to create a safer workplace, since the factories were last audited in February.
A report says Apple plans to open an Apple Retail Store in the country possibly sometime in 2013. The report says Apple has already registered a company called “Apple Rus”.
We’ve heard a lot of iPhone rumors, and with MacBooks updated at WWDC, other Macs have gone out of the limelight. However Apple Bitch reports that major retailers including Amazon and Best Buy are seeing shortages of the 27 inch iMac.
Both sides presented their closing arguments in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, with each side trying to gain the upper hand before jury deliberation, which is expected to start on Wednesday.
According to a new report from MacRumors, a number of European Apple Premium Resellers have received a request from Apple asking them to increase their iPad display space over the coming weeks, ahead of Apple’s expected media event on September 12.
AT&T has issued a response defending their decision to restrict FaceTime, stating that because it is built into the iPhone, rather than an app downloaded by the user, they can disable it if they feel like it, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
The pricing of Windows 8 has just been revealed, and it’s not pretty. When the promotional pricing ends in January 2013, users will be paying $199 for Windows 8 Pro, which is ten times the cost of Mountain Lion. Who says Apple is expensive?
TomTom has just released an update to their popular navigation app for iOS, adding interface enhancements, full Foursquare integration, and constantly updated maps. The update also makes it much easier to navigate to locations found on the web.
Microsoft updated the popular Skype iOS apps today, adding a number io interface enhancements and stability improvements, as well as a feature many have been hoping to see for a whole: Photo sharing!
Apple might not be the most valuable company of all time after you adjust for inflation, but according to one analyst, that distinction won’t last, as Apple is on track to become the world’s first trillion dollar company!
Since AT&T has changed its policy regarding FaceTime over 3G – restricting it to only new and expensive plans, there has been outrage and disbelief. There has even been talk of trouble with the FCC, but now it’s time for people to have their say, and a petition from FreePress has already garnered significant support.
In a move that has to tick Google off just a little, new Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has said “iPhones for everyone!” by giving her entire staff new iPhones. By ignoring Android, could Mayer be making sure everyone knows that her loyalties are truly no longer with Google?
Verizon has just placed a cherry on top of the rumor sundae. The carrier has reportedly imposed a vacation blackout starting on the 21st, and extending through the 30th, likely to cope with Apple’s next-gen iPhone launch!
Shares of Apple supplier Sharp have plunged so far that Foxconn’s deal to buy a stake in the struggling display maker could be in jeopardy.