While Apple hasn’t revealed many technical details about the components in the new iPhone 5, a report today says that the new A6 processor that powers the new handset’s goodness is using next-gen ARM Cortex A15 cores, making it the first to market with the technology.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV, David Lawee, VP for corporate development, says he’s hoping Google is “over the hump” in the “thermonuclear war,” and says Samsung losing the legal battle against Apple was a big wake-up call.
A report today says that the co-founder of Siri, Adam Cheyer, has left Apple after more than two and a half years. Cheyer became an Engineering Director at Apple after his company was purchased by Apple in 2010.
Think what you like about Rush Limbaugh, he has to be one of the biggest (no pun intended) Apple Fanboys around. The man loves him some Apple products. But on his radio show yesterday he expressed dismay at the leaks about the new iPhone. He says it’s “like taking Santa Claus out of Christmas for people.”
While most analysts are expecting the new iPhone to provide a big boost to Apple’s bottom line, JP Morgan Chase’s economics team thinks it’ll have a MUCH bigger impact.
To be filed under “Things That Make a Lawyer Smile”: Fresh from their overwhelming court victory against Samsung, Apple has decided to keep their legal skills sharp by suing an online grocer in Poland.
Some major third-party retailers are showing “Out of Stock” for the availability of Apple’s popular Airport Extreme Wireless Base Station, possibly indicating that an updated model, with 802.11ac could be on its way.
A report from Forrester Research says that Apple will most likely be the main reason for any growth shown this year in the corporate hardware market.
In yet another display of innovation, HP has announced their all-new Spectre One lineup of all-in one desktops – a “completely original” new product that’s nothing like anything ever created by a certain fruit company in Cupertino…
A report today says that Apple is planning to launch iTunes Store music downloads in Russia, to tap into their fast-growing internet market.
Many expected iPad 3, they got new iPad, and it seems that Apple is going to call the next iPhone ‘iPhone 5′ and not ‘new iPhone’. Marko Savic has decided to take a closer look at exactly how Apple names its products, and it’s fascinating.
You can almost hear the lawyers salivating. Samsung Electronics said on Monday that it will sue Apple over the release of the iPhone 5 for infringing on its 4G LTE connectivity patents.
Apple has a new iPhone event coming next week, there are rumors of all sorts of new products in the pipeline, the company’s stock went past $680 a share this morning for the first time ever. And now, to top it all off, Fortune just named Apple to the number 8 spot on their list of the 100 fastest growing companies in the world.
FedEx is making preparations for a “surge volume” event during the time period of September 21 – 24. Hmm… What’s happening around then that could cause FedEx to be making special plans?
A report says that Apple could be preparing to release an updated third-generation iPad this fall, with changes to reduce weight and improve the LED backlighting.
Sources familiar with the situation say Apple has reduced its orders for iPhone memory chips from its main supplier Samsung Electronics. The industry source says that Apple will use Toshiba, Micron-owned Elpida, and SK Hynix as chip suppliers.