In the legal dispute involving Apple and Chinese company Proview, the biased judiciary and government have been supporting Proview’s unfair and false claims due to their perverted sense of patriotism. Apple is a lone warrior in a battle where whole system is corrupt.
When iOS 5.1 was newly released, there were warnings fro jailbreakers, advising them against updating their iPhones to iOS 5.1 until a jailbreak for iOS 5.1 would be available.
For months, lawyers representing Apple and bankrupt monitor vendor Proview have been trying to negotiate a way out of a high-stake trademark dispute which has been preventing the launch of the new iPad in the 1.33 billion people China market.
Apple is facing a new class-action lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed last week, accused Apple of double billing customers for purchases made via iTunes. New York resident Robert Herskowitz filed the suit. He alleged that Apple charged him twice for purchasing the pop song single “Whataya Want from Me?” by Adam Lambart.
For a long time, there have been rumors of Apple planning to enter Television Industry and create a HDTV (High Definition TV set).
Apple has slowly rolled out its iTunes Match service worldwide over the past few months. However, earlier this week, iTunes Match arrived in some more countries.
Desperate times, call for desperate measures. With BlackBerry’s prospects for a profitable future are falling faster than ever, it comes as little surprise that its makers Research In Motion (RIM) will do just about anything these days to gain some attention and generate some sales.
In a recent interview with The Verge, the former Apple executive Tony Fadell has revealed that at one point, Apple narrowed down the original design of the iPhone to three prototypes before introducing the phone in January 2007.
Apple has confirmed the date of this year’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC).
LinkedIn has released version 5.0 of its iOS app. Now this app supports the iPad.