Dutch Court Rules Samsung Didn’t Infringe iPad’s Design

Dutch Court Rules Samsung Didn’t Infringe iPad’s Design

Apple’s legal battles against Samsung haven’t been very successful in the European Union. First, it was a court in UK which flatly turned down Apple’s infringement allegations against Samsung. Now, a Dutch court has ruled that Samsung’s tablets didn’t infringe the design features of iPad, that includes rounded corners which Apple says to be a proprietary thing.

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley Thinks Apple Should Make Cheap iPhone

Former Apple CEO John Sculley Thinks Apple Should Make Cheap iPhone

Many people across the world specially in developing countries like Bangladesh, India and China want to get their hands on Apple’s iPhone, but can’t afford it due to its price. Former Apple CEO John Sculley believes that Apple should really make cheaper iPhone to tap these demand.

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Apple’s Retail VP Jerry McDougal Resigns To Focus On Family

Apple’s Retail VP Jerry McDougal Resigns To Focus On Family

Which one is important for you – job or family? Would you leave your job just to focus on your family while you are in one of the top companies of the world? I’m quiet sure you may not be that brave to do so. But one man did. He is none other than Apple’s Vice President of Retail Division – Jerry McDougal.

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Apple Shipped Nearly 52 Million iPhones During Q4 Of 2012

Apple Shipped Nearly 52 Million iPhones During Q4 Of 2012

During the second quarter of 2012, iPhone sales had considerably slowed down. This was primarily because of the anticipation that surrounded the launch of iPhone 5. Once Apple launched the new smartphone, the sales picked up again and an analyst has now estimated that Apple shipped nearly 52 million iPhone devices during the 4th quarter of 2012!

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Analyst Say Initial Production For iPhone 5S May Begin In March

Analyst Say Initial Production For iPhone 5S May Begin In March

Earlier we reported that demand of iPhone 5 is decreasing. We assumed that this could happen as we heard a news that iPhone 5S might be on its way. Now, Jeffries analyst Peter Misek has agreed with us. According to his new report, initial production for iPhone 5S is going to begin in March and may launch in June or July.

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Court Orders Apple, Amazon To Settle Lawsuit Over ‘App Store’ Term

Court Orders Apple, Amazon To Settle Lawsuit Over ‘App Store’ Term

Apple’s online apps marketplace, App Store, has come to be associated with the company by popular use. So when Amazon decided to use the same term, Apple launched a lawsuit against the e-retailer. The legal tussle ensued back in 2011 and has continued to this day. Now, the court wants the two companies to settle the dispute on their own.

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Best iPhone Application Development Tutorial: Must Read For App Developers

Best iPhone Application Development Tutorial: Must Read For App Developers

iPhone Application development is surely wearing the golden boots at the present scenario. This sparkling world of technology has attracted a lot of application developers to play their ideas on the iPhone screens. So to offer a helping hand to all those new ‘Application Mahants’; I am providing the collection of best iPhone Application Tutorials.

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Teens Say Apple Products Are Not Cool Anymore

Teens Say Apple Products Are Not Cool Anymore

A few years back, Apple swept the world with its offerings of iPhone and iPad. Apple’s smartphone, specifically, became the height of cool and people flocked in millions to lay their hands on an iPhone. But thing are changing as a new market research reveals that teenagers no longer hold Apple as a cool brand.

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Reports Say Apple Loosing Demand For iPhone 5

Reports Say Apple Loosing Demand For iPhone 5

Apple’s iPhone might be loosing its coolness to Android opponents like Samsung Galaxy S III? The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that Apple is loosing demand for iPhone 5. The result is slashed orders for iPhone 5 display units.

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Analyst Says Next-Gen iPad, iPad Mini Coming In March

Analyst Says Next-Gen iPad, iPad Mini Coming In March

For years, Apple followed the tradition of releasing one tablet and one smartphone each year. But as the market competition grew fiercer, Apple had to compromise and it ended up shortening the shelf-life of its products. An analyst has now claimed that Apple will release the next-gen iPad and iPad mini in March this year, mere 5 months after the launch of the last-generation models.

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Apple Has No Plans Of A Cheaper iPhone

Apple Has No Plans Of A Cheaper iPhone

In recent months, a number of analysts have speculated that in face of the growing competition and Android’s increasingly larger smartphone market share, Apple may consider the option of creating a cheaper iPhone for emerging markets. Now, Apple’s Phil Schiller has effectively trashed the idea, citing that a cheaper iPhone would put Apple’s profits in peril.

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Reports Say Apple Making ‘Cheap iPhone’ And May Launch This Year

Reports Say Apple Making ‘Cheap iPhone’ And May Launch This Year

Apple’s iPhone is really attractive. But there’s no way to deny that it is quiet a bit costly. Recently, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that Apple is making a ‘cheap iPhone’ and may launch it later this year.

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Apple Grabs 53% Of The US Smartphone Market, Thanks To Old Phones

Apple Grabs 53% Of The US Smartphone Market, Thanks To Old Phones

Nearly a year ago, Apple had reached 37% of the US smartphone market with its flagship iPhone smartphones. Apparently, the second half of last year proved a bit too fruitful for the company, bolstering its sales significantly since the launch of iPhone 5. Back in December 2012, Apple had already grabbed 53% of the market.

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CES 2013: Hyundai Announces Apple’s Siri Eyes Free Mode For Its Cars

CES 2013: Hyundai Announces Apple’s Siri Eyes Free Mode For Its Cars

Back in 2012, Apple revealed its plans of bringing its flagship voice-based personal assistant, Siri, to vehicles of notable auto vendors. Since then, the company has partnered with a number of companies, including Honda, Audi, BMW and others. Hyundai has now announced at CES 2013 that it will also be bringing Siri Eyes Free Mode to its cars.

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Apple Offers Build-To-Order Fusion Drive Option For 21.5-Inch iMacs

Apple Offers Build-To-Order Fusion Drive Option For 21.5-Inch iMacs

Apple has recently made a significant change at its Online Store. The change incorporates the availability of the 1 terabyte hybrid Fusion Drive as a build-to-order option for the entry-level 21.5-inch iMac. Earlier, the Fusion Drive was available to go only with high-end iMac models.

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