App Analytics Point At A New iPad Running A6-Chip Variation

App Analytics Point At A New iPad Running A6-Chip Variation

According to Macrumors, the analytics for an iOS application have brought evidence of a new iPad codenamed “iPad3,6″. The third generation iPads on the market now are labeled “iPad3,1″ through “iPad3,3″ for various versions. Hence, it’s unknown what exactly the “iPad 3,6″ happens to be. The appearance of a new iPad version in app analytics gives some backing to early rumors of an iPad Mini and updated iPad 3 launch this October.

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Claims Jury Foreman Tainted His Decision In Apple vs. Samsung Case

Samsung Claims Jury Foreman Tainted His Decision In Apple vs. Samsung Case

After losing $1.05 billion and perhaps more during the late August patent-case decision; Samsung is fighting back in-attempt to lower that figure. While they obviously aren’t great at defending the designs of their devices, the Korean-based company has decided to take an alternative route. Samsung is questioning the jury one-by-one to find out what type of people completed the $1.05 billion verdict decision. One guy in particular seems highly suspicious, and Samsung wants to get to the bottom of this situation. Foreman, Velvin Hogan, was sued by Seagate Technology, and they happen to be owned by Samsung. As a result, they are crying that Hogan could have influenced the decision in a bias manner.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility Withdraws ITC Patent Accusation Against Apple

Motorola Mobility, owned and operated by Google, has withdrawn its recent patent infringement accusations against Apple with the International Trade Commission. The exact reason behind the patent withdrawal was left quiet. We are awaiting word on whether the Android-based smartphone maker will testify the reasons.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] New iOS 6 Features Your Probably Did Not Know

[Tips] New iOS 6 Features Your Probably Did Not Know

Few weeks ago the iOS 6, the new operating system for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad 2 and the new iPad has become available. iOS 6 is arguably the most advanced operating system for mobile devices that exist with improved user experience, something that is felt in every detail of their applications. However, no matter how advance iOS user you are, there are plenty of things you are most probably not familiar of, and in this blog I will try to cover some of most interesting which you should try.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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The Worlds Largest Hedge Fund Is Owned By Apple

The Worlds Largest Hedge Fund Is Owned By Apple

The world’s largest hedge fund probably isn’t located anywhere you would pinpoint. It’s actually present in Reno, Neveda, inside an office on Sandhill road. This by no means is a sprawling skyscraper; it’s nothing more than a mere office suite owned by Braeburn, a Nevada-based asset management corporation. The owner of Braeburn is a way more far-fetched popular company, and it may actually startle you. Apple; famous for producing the iPhone, iPod, and iPad is the parent-company.

By On October 4, 2012 Respond
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Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, knows his electronics well. The sixty-two year old Apple computer whiz has owned his share of Android and iOS products. However, Woz certainly wasn’t impressed by the Cupertino based company’s latest handset – iPhone 5; one he had to get from Australia. He stated that the differences between iOS and Android are minimal, certainly a stunning remark coming from the Apple co-founder himself.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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Apple Now Being Sued Over Patent Infringement In Passbook

Apple Now Being Sued Over Patent Infringement In Passbook

Apple’s latest addition to iOS 6, Passbook, may lead the company into another lawsuit as a tech company claims four of its patents have been infringed upon in the product. This San Diego gaming and software company, Ameranth, is apparently suing Apple over these patent infringements. While it certainly isn’t a surprise, it is drop-dead humorous when you realize Apple cannot escape an upgrade without any acquisitions.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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Invitations For iPad Mini Launch Event May Be Sent Out On October 10

Invitations For iPad Mini Launch Event May Be Sent Out On October 10

The iPad Mini may soon hit the market as a recent report from Fortune indicates. The report indicates that the invitations for the launch event will be sent out on Wednesday, October 10. The report mentions an anonymous Apple investor who claims to have heard the news from “multiple sources.” This new development backs earlier rumors of an iPad mini launch event in October.

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Judge Ends Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban,  Apple May Have To Pay $2.6 Million In Damages

Judge Ends Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban, Apple May Have To Pay $2.6 Million In Damages

When Apple received a favorable verdict against Samsung in the landmark victory over its design patents, it also brought a rather small win for Samsung. The court found Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 not infringing the patents that Apple had brought forth. In light of this, Samsung moved the court to lift the ban from the tablet’s sales in the U.S. And now, the court has granted it.

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Apple Released Update For Verizon iPhone 5 Wi-Fi Network Data Bug

Apple Released Update For Verizon iPhone 5 Wi-Fi Network Data Bug

Two weeks past since Apple released iOS 6. But, iPhone 5 users of Verizon Wireless complained that they had been experiencing Wi-Fi connectivity problems. After receiving their complaint, Apple has released a solution for data bug that allows iPhone 5 to consume cellular data while connecting to a Wi-Fi network.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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Apple CEO Apologizes For Faulty Maps In iOS 6

Apple CEO Apologizes For Faulty Maps In iOS 6

Apple replaced Google Maps with its own offering in iOS 6. Ever since the release, users have been complaining and pointing out numerous errors. Now, Apple CEO Tim Cook has posted a letter to customers on the company’s website, apologizing for the user experience, and even pointing to some alternatives. Get the details inside.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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U.S. Court Approves Reconsideration Of Galaxy Tab Sales Ban

U.S. Court Approves Reconsideration Of Galaxy Tab Sales Ban

Samsung has been pitted against Apple both in the smartphone and the tablet market, as well as in the legal arena. The two companies have been embroiled in patent disputes for months, and Apple was able to bag a resounding success recently. But now, the Court of Appeals has recommended that a lower court should reconsider the ban on Samsung’s tablet, Galaxy Tab 10.1.

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Paid iOS Apps Are Cracked Within Hours Of Release

Paid iOS Apps Are Cracked Within Hours Of Release

There was a time when the security of Apple’s App Store was considered fool-proof and iOS app developers were happy to launch their paid applications on the store. However, that is no longer the case. According to a report, most of iOS apps are cracked and made available for free on alternate stores within hours of their release.

By On September 28, 2012 Respond
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Google Maps App For iPhone 5 May Land On Christmas, Despite Schmidt’s Denial

Google Maps App For iPhone 5 May Land On Christmas, Despite Schmidt’s Denial

Recently, Google’s Chairman Eric Schmidt put a hole in the hopes of iPhone 5 users when he said that Google was not working on a Maps app for iOS 6. After the abysmal performance of Apple’s Maps, many had hoped that Google may ship out a Google Maps app soon. But, Google’s Executive Chairman has turned down any possibility. However, reports hint that Google may release a Maps app for iOS 6 by Christmas, despite Schmidt’s denial.

By On September 26, 2012 Respond
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Apple iPhone 5 And iOS 6 Faces Multitude Of Quality Control Issues

Apple iPhone 5 And iOS 6 Faces Multitude Of Quality Control Issues

Apple’s new iPhone 5 is riddled with an unusually large number of problems. It has been reported by a rather huge number of users that the iPhone 5 units they are receiving have their sides and back cases damaged. Another rather significant problem that is being reported is that the iPhone 5 is leaking light, between the glass display and the case. And, these are not all!

By On September 26, 2012 Respond
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