A report yesterday said that Olympic athletes competing in the Sochi Winter Olympics would be required to cover up the logo on their personal smartphones if they aren’t a Samsung product. Today, the International Olympic Committee is saying they are not required to do so.
Apple has posted a new video to its iPhone 5s page, which showcases footage shot during Burberry’s Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Show, which was held in September of last year.
The rumor mill is abuzz with the “news” that Apple intends to use Sapphire in the next generation of iPhone screens. Just how tough is Sapphire though? Watch as this sapphire protected iPhone takes a licking and keeps on ticking…
Olympics sponsor Samsung is reportedly giving free Galaxy Note 3 smartphones to athletes at this year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi. However, they come with a bit of a catch: Samsung is requiring the athletes to cover up the Apple logo if they use their iPhones to record the opening ceremonies of the event.
Apple is being accused of infringing a patent held by The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). The lawsuit, filed in the Wisconsin Western District Court, alleges that Apple is infringing a patent that covers technology the company has used in the A7 64-bit mobile processor.
As a followup to Monday’s “1-24-14″ Mac 30th anniversary video that was filmed exclusively iPhones and then edited on Macs, Apple has released a behind the scene’s video detailing just how the ad was made.
While neither hide nor hair was seen of an Apple ad on the Super Bowl, Apple has released a new video which celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Mac. The clip is a passing of the torch of sorts, as it was shot entirely on the iPhone.
What does it mean for your app if its featured on ABC’s Shark Tank? For app developers Egos Ventures, an appearance on the TV show means your app Cycloramic jumps hundreds of spots to become the top paid app in the store overnight.
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A Czech iPhone 3GS user recently noticed his phone was splitting at the seams…
If you’ll recall, back in calendar Q3 of 2013, things were looking down for our hero, Apple. The company had fallen behind arch-enemy Samsung in the U.S. smartphone market with 35% of the market, compared to Samsung’s 38%.
Nintendo is just saying “nintend-oh hell no!” to reports that it plans to offer “mini-games” on iOS and other smartphone platforms.
Even though Apple sold a record number of iPhone in fiscal Q1 2014, selling over 50 million handsets in the three months for the first time in history, those sales were below what analysts had predicted. So of course, Wall Street is now concerned about the iPhone’s future growth potential.
Yesterday’s Apple earnings call saw the company’s CEO Tim Cook indicating that mobile payments were indeed one of the driving forces behind the inclusion of Touch ID on the flagship iPhone 5s.
Monday’s earnings call revealed that Apple was expecting the iPhone 5c to sell better than it did in the United States. Apple CEO Tim Cook said sales growth for the iPhone was not as high as that of other countries, as Apple underestimated the demand for the company’s flagship iPhone 5s handset.
The Wall Street Journal reports Starwood Hotels & Resorts is debuting a new pilot program in two key locations in Manhattan and Silicon Valley that will allow guests to enter their rooms using their smartphones.