Samsung Won’t Be Selling Displays To Apple Anymore

Samsung Won’t Be Selling Displays To Apple Anymore

Samsung, one of Apple’s main component suppliers, will be cutting ties with the Cupertino company over the coming year. Apple will no longer be using displays manufactured by Samsung in their products. The two companies have already had a heated relationship with patent infringement wars being formed left and right.

By On October 23, 2012 Respond
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Apple Reportedly Testing iOS 6.0.1 For An Upcoming Release

Apple Reportedly Testing iOS 6.0.1 For An Upcoming Release

Apple reportedly has a minor update to its iOS 6 mobile operating-system ready for public release. This enhancement is labeled iOS 6.0.1 according to Boy Genius Report’s “reliable Apple sources.” Testing is currently in full effect with three major U.S. carriers — AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

By On October 23, 2012 Respond
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iPad Mini Pricing To Range From $329 to $659

iPad Mini Pricing To Range From $329 to $659

Apple’s iPad Mini, set to be unveiled on Tuesday, October 23rd, will be priced from approximately $329 without tax, according to 9to5Mac. Apple will have three Wi-Fi offerings on the market, including 16, 32, and 64 GB varieties priced at $329, $429, and $529 per unit.

By On October 22, 2012 Respond
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Apple May Abandon iPad 2 With The Release Of iPad Mini

Apple May Abandon iPad 2 With The Release Of iPad Mini

Apple is expected to unveil iPad mini, a smaller version of its tablet, on October 23rd. While that may mark Apple’s entry into the mini-tablet arena, it may also lead Apple to abandon iPad 2 altogether.

By On October 21, 2012 Respond
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French Comic “Largo Winch” Hints At Future iBooks Update

French Comic “Largo Winch” Hints At Future iBooks Update

An update to Apple’s iBook application may be on the horizon as hinted by French Comic book Largo Winch. When issue 18 was released to the public yesterday, the release notes claimed “iBooks 3.0 or later” was required.

By On October 21, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Wins Against Apple In UK Tablet Design Case

Samsung Wins Against Apple In UK Tablet Design Case

Apple and Samsung have been interlocked in a fierce patent war which doesn’t seem to be subsiding any time soon. A while ago, it was reported that a UK judge had called Samsung’s Galaxy Tab not ‘as cool’ as iPad and thus, not an infringement. Apple filed an appeal against it. And lost again.

By On October 19, 2012 Respond
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Apple Seeds Update Removing Java Plug-In From Mac OS X

Apple Seeds Update Removing Java Plug-In From Mac OS X

Apple has rolled out three software updates to remove the Java applet plug-in from Mac OS X. Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion users will be prompted to update their software momentarily.

By On October 18, 2012 Respond
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Global Smartphone User Base Reaches 1 Billion

Global Smartphone User Base Reaches 1 Billion

Smartphones have been a catching fever these last few years. With the whole host of features and high-end hardware that many of them pack, they are far more powerful than computers once were. According to the figures released by the research firm, Strategy Analytics, the total number of smartphones used worldwide has exceeded a whopping 1 billion during the third quarter this year!

By On October 18, 2012 Respond
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Shared Reminders Feature Appears On Apple’s iCloud.com Website

Shared Reminders Feature Appears On Apple’s iCloud.com Website

When the web-based Reminders application went live on iCloud.com last month, it lacked an important feature: Shared Reminders. But, no more. Over the past few days Apple has rolled out the Shared Reminders feature to the web-based version of iCloud.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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Apple’s Lightning Cable Authentication Chip Teared Down By Chipworks

Apple’s Lightning Cable Authentication Chip Teared Down By Chipworks

The new Lightning cable introduced with iPhone 5 is much smaller than its 30-pin predecessor. Reportedly, the Lightning cable has an authentication chip aimed to stop use of third-party accessories with iPhone 5. A recent teardown of the Lightning connector by Chipworks finally revealed the mystery chip. It is an unannounced Texas Instrument (in short, TI) chip that is believed to behold the new authentication feature.

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Mac Mini Reportedly Will Launch Alongside iPad Mini On October 23rd

Mac Mini Reportedly Will Launch Alongside iPad Mini On October 23rd

Apple has announced a ‘special event’ that will occur on October 23rd expected to announce the iPad Mini; but that may not be the only product announcement at the event — a source has indicated the Cupertino-company’s plans to also announce a refreshed Mac mini.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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Apple Retail Stores To Deploy Passbook Support Soon

Apple Retail Stores To Deploy Passbook Support Soon

Apple’s Passbook application launched last month with iOS 6 and we’ve seen many companies supporting it. The stunning part of the whole situation is Apple hasn’t even deployed Passbook usage at its own retail outlets yet. That’s about to change though. Because, later this month, Apple will update its retail store payment system, Easypay, to support Passbook cards.

By On October 16, 2012 Respond
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Europeans Lead The Path To iOS 6 Adoption, Study Reveals

Europeans Lead The Path To iOS 6 Adoption, Study Reveals

Ever since Apple released the iOS 6 update, it has been taken up and adopted by iOS users bit too rapidly. We have seen fast adoption rates for newer iOS releases in the past but the adoption rate for iOS 6 seems to be beating them all. According to Chitika, the overall adoption rate of iOS 6 has already reached near 60%, merely three weeks after its launch.

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New iMac Suggested To Have Slimmer Design, Logic Board Photo Appears

New iMac Suggested To Have Slimmer Design, Logic Board Photo Appears

Apple just finished releasing its new lineup of iPods and iPhones, but recent rumors suggest they aren’t quite done this fall season. A few leaked photos present the 2012 iMac’s purported internal logic board. The leaked report also suggests that the new iMac lineup will be slimmer and lighter.

By On October 16, 2012 Respond
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iPad Mini Pricing Details Reportedly Divulged

iPad Mini Pricing Details Reportedly Divulged

Apple’s unconfirmed iPad Mini tablet that everyone has raved about over these past few weeks should be announced on October 23rd if all goes dandy. Although Apple hasn’t even acknowledged producing a miniaturized tablet, it sure has received extensive media attention. Just a week in advance of the purported announcement, an inventory system of a European store indicates the iPad Mini sport a $840 price tag for all the bells and whistles.

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