The ongoing legal feud between Apple and Samsung has become the stuff of legend – but if matters would have been left up to Tim Cook, the battle may never have taken place. According to Reuters, Tim Cook was against suing Samsung, but was overruled by Steve Jobs at the time.
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Apple is in the third and final leg of its “Get Stuff Done” promotion in the Mac App Store, and has unveiled ten discounted Mac apps designed to simplify workflows on the Mac. This week’s collection of discounted apps is under the umbrella of “Utilize.”
Apple has released iOS 6.1.1 for the iPhone 4S. The update reportedly addresses issues iPhone 4S users reported after installing the iOS 6.1 update. Apple says the update addresses cellular performance and reliability issues.
I, like many people, love the Real Racing franchise, so good news, folks! EA has announced that Real Racing 3 will hit the App Store February 28th.
Apple’s relationship with Google may be inflicted by various legal maneuvers between the two, but it is also a profitable one. One analyst estimates that Apple pulls in as much as $1 Billion per year in profit from the search giant via a search agreement between the two companies.
The new untethered iOS 6 ‘evasi0n’ jailbreak has certainly been extremely popular, having been used to jailbreak over 7 million devices in it’s first week of release – but with Apple’s iOS 6.1.1 jailbreak on the horizon, many jailbreakers may wonder whether the update could block their jailbreak.
A report today says that Apple will be increasing its presence in Israel with a new development center in the Ra’anana Industrial zone. The facility will be staffed by former Texas Instruments employees.
There have been a number of reports from users on Apple’s support forums that the latest Airport/Time Capsule 7.6.3 firmware that was released last week seems to disable IPv6 tunnelling on various devices.
The NBA has released an official All Star 2013 app to guide you through the action at the weekend.
Apple has many lessons learned from its experiences in the world’s largest cellphone market, China. Now it’s applying that knowledge as it tries to tap into the opportunity that is India. The company is working with distributors to ease the up-front costs of getting an iPhone in the country.
A Chinese technology website published a series of photos this week, purporting to show an unknown iPhone model rolling off the assembly lines in a factory owned by Apple assembly partner Foxconn.
Two heavyweights in the reliable source world, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, have come out and ignited the rumor mill by suggesting that Apple is working on a curved glass ‘iWatch’, which would run iOS.
Over the past few years, the iPhone has become a central tool of productivity for people around the world. “iPlan myTime” for iPhone & iPod Touch is a solution for keeping the tasks your busy schedule manageable.
This week we learn how Maps wasn’t even planned to feature on the first iPhone, and that it was a last minute add on.
The founder of Atari, Nolan Bushnell was one of the main speakers at Campus Party Brasil this year. In front of an enraptured audience, he recalled the early days of video gaming, an industry in which he, Atari, and yes Steve Jobs, played an enormous role in.
While the iPhone and iPad default to a 12 hour clock in the United States and Canada, it’s easy enough to switch them to a 24-hour clock (you may know this as military time) through a quick settings change.