China’s new rules for app and smartphone providers likely means Apple will be facing more scrutiny from the Chinese government in the coming months.
Florida Resident Sues Apple for $10+ Billion, Claims iOS Devices Infringe on his Drawings Circa 1992
Florida resident Thomas S. Ross has filed a lawsuit against Apple, claiming Apple’s iOS devices infringe on his 1992 invention “Electronic Reading Device” (ERD).
Apple has announced their quarterly earnings report for the fiscal third quarter of 2016 will be released on Tuesday, July 26. The announcement will be followed at 2:00PM Pacific by an investors conference call.
Apple is likely to face more patent battles in China, as The WSJ reports three Chinese companies, Huawei, Qualcomm and ZTE, sit atop the rankings for the most international patent filings.
Apple Joins in San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade – Gives Pride Apple Watch Bands to Participating Employees
Apple once again participated in San Francisco’s LGBT Pride Parade in San Francisco earlier today, with a number of Apple employees, led by Apple CEO Tim Cook, participating in the parade.
Apple has released a developer beta of Safari 10 that works on OS X Yosemite and El Capitan.
Apple has confirmed that it is discontinuing its Thunderbolt Display, which first debuted in 2001 and hasn’t received an update since then.
Apple has announced that it will open its fifth retail store in Hong Kong on Thursday, June 30, at 10AM local time.
It was discovered earlier this week that the first beta of iOS 10 includes an unencrypted kernel, which has allowed users and researchers access to the operating system’s inner workings.
Apple has released a new version (7) of the Safari Technology Preview. The experimental browser allows users to test features that may eventually be included in the release version of the Safari web browser.
It turns out Shenzhen Baili, the Chinese company that last week managed to get a Beijing patent office ruling that the iPhone 6 copied its own 100C phone smartphone, has all but gone out of business.
If your kids aged 8-12 are already bored with summer vacation, click on over to the Apple website later this morning and sign them up for this year’s Apple Camp sessions.
U.S. customers who purchased e-books from Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other e-book sellers should begin receiving payouts on Tuesday, as part of the $450 million settlement Apple agreed to pay after being found to have conspired to fix e-book prices.
A new report indicates Apple may be getting ready to phase out their non-Retina display 13-inch MacBook Pro. Several Apple retail stores around the U.S. are reportedly no longer making that model available for customers to try out.
The on-again, off-again idea of Apple opening company owned retail stores in India appears to be on-again, as the Indian government on Monday announced some changes to its rules on foreign direct investments in the country.
Apple and the World Wildlife Fund have announced that Apple’s recent “Apps for Earth” promotion raised more than $8 million to support the conservation work of the WWF.