Only recently it was discovered that Apple had started to trademark ‘iWatch’ in a number of countries. There can be a setback on the horizon for Apple, as the name is already trademarked by different companies in UK, US and China.
It’s definitely not unusual to see Samsung yanking Apple’s chain (or the other way around) on primetime TV, but when it involves dancing ninjas and a goat… you have to assume something went wrong.
Are you wondering if there are more Apple haters than Samsung haters? Well, there are more than enough of both to start World War III, but as of right now it seems like there are more Samsung loyalists than Apple’s—at least that’s what we’re getting out of a recent survey.
If Apple is willing to dumb down its iPad by making a ‘mini’ then there’s a possibility that an iPhone with a 5+ inch display is also around the corner. For phablet aficionados, a tiny 5-inch screen probably won’t be enough, so how about an iPhone with a 5.7-inch display?
Apple’s latest legal dispute in China could be serving as a cultural and business proxy war for market share in the Middle Kingdom.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly met with leaders from its retail channel and discussed options for overhauling iPhone sales through retail ahead of the “army of new products” that the company is expected to release this fall.
Could the former CEO of a well known fashion house be working on giving some ‘pizazz’ to the iWatch?.
Apple has been awarded a new patent regarding a technology that would allow future devices’ bezels to have the ability to register touch input.
After recently filing for the ‘iWatch trademark’ in Japan as well as Russia, Apple has expanded this trademark filing to a host of different countries around the world. Is this an indicator of an imminent launch?
It didn’t take that long, but Microsoft has finally reached the 100k app mark for its Windows 8 app store.
Here’s a we-told-you-so development, Apple filed an application for ‘iWatch‘ trademark in Japan. Enough said.
FaceTime was integrated within the Phone app on iOS some time ago, but it appears that it might be making a comeback as a separate app as Apple has filed a patent for a new FaceTime icon. Check it out after the jump.
The popular email client, Mailbox for iOS, has been updated to support landscape mode, and Gmail’s ‘send as’ aliases for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has signed a deal to produce 20, 16 and 10nm chips for Apple, according to industry sources.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, we suppose now is the time to sign your name on the dotted line and settle down for two long years.
A recent patent application by Apple outlines new technology which may bring the long rumored fingerprint scanner to the upcoming iPhone 5s.
Good news for all our American readers getting an iPhone this weekend. Walmart is set to dramatically lower the carrier-subsidized prices of iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S, starting today. Mashable reports that Walmart will be lowering the price of iPhone 5 and 4S to $129 (down from $189) and $39 (down from $89) respectively. In
A court in Tokyo has ruled in favour of Apple, saying that several Samsung smartphones as well as a tablet infringe on Apple’s visual effects patent for touch screen displays.
It’s not something new, every Apple product that is about to be released leaks on the internet, whether it’s a prototype or the parts of the original device. A recent leak shows images of the upcoming iPhone 5S running the same logic board that was reported a few days back.
Best Buy is recalling several thousand MacBook battery replacements that are at risk of catching on fire.