News tagged ‘Samsung’
According to the latest rumors, Synaptics has purchased Renesas Electronics division called Renesas SP Drivers. The firm produces display chips for various smartphones including Apple's iPhone.
According to the latest comScore research, Apple’s iPhone is the leader of the smartphone market in the United States. In the three months, which ended in April, the iPhone had a market share of about 41%.
The week has nearly come to an end, so looks like it’s time for me to tell you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. Let’s start.
According to the latest rumors, the guys from Cupertino are planning to get a permanent injunction against Samsung devices, which infringe on their patents. What is interesting is that Apple wants to ban sales not only of the existing devices, but also of those gadgets that will be released in future.
According to the latest reports, Dutch appeals court on Tuesday upheld the injunction against the sales of several Samsung handsets in the country. The verdict bans the sales of Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy Ace and a number of other devices, which infringe on Apple patents.
Apple is no longer world's most valuable brand. According to the annual study of global brands conducted by Millward Brown, the company from Cupertino is currently on the second place. The first spot is occupied by Apple's main rival - Google.
According to the latest rumors, Samsung and Sharp won't produce displays for the upcoming iPhone 6. Apple has reportedly rejected both manufacturers. Instead of these Asian firms, the guys from Cupertino are planning to cooperate with local company called Innolux - world's largest LCDs manufacturer.
According to the latest report from The Korea Times, Apple and Samsung are currently working on an agreement that would settle all their patent infringement lawsuits at once and without applying to the court. The two tech giants have begun the negotiations quite recently.
I've made up a new list of the most interesting posts of the past seven days. Without wasting time, lets take a look at them.
Most of the articles deal with Apple's next-gen iPhone, which is expected to be released in the second half of this year. According to the reports from various sources, the handset will feature an NFC chip and a 1704 x 906 resolution display. Can't wait to see this device.
A couple of photos showing cases for both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 have recently appeared on the Internet. According to what is shown on the images, we can say that the would-be handsets are noticeably larger than their predecessors.
This may sound strange, but according to the latest report from usually reliable market research firm DisplaySearch, Samsung managed to become Apple's main iPad display panel supplier in the first quarter of 2014. The South Korean company produced as many as 5.2 million 9.7-inch Retina displays, which were used in the iPad Air and the fourth generation iPad.
It's Sunday today, which means I should tell you about the most interesting posts of past seven days. Let's begin.
As you probably know, Apple is expected to release its next-gen iPhone later this year. Ahead of the purported launch, more and more mockups and alleged schematics appear on the Internet. They look pretty much the same, however, each one has a unique or worth mentioning feature. That's why I try to describe each mockup thoroughly.
A research firm called Marketing Insight has recently conducted a customer satisfaction survey among the South Korean smartphone users.
Samsung infringed on Apple's patents. This is what the jury found out during the Apple vs Samsung trial. What is interesting, though, is that Apple was also accused of violating Samsung's patent for "Apparatus for recording and reproducing digital image and speech", so now it has to pay the South Korean manufacturer $158.400.
The week has nearly come to an end, so I think we should take a look at the list of the most interesting posts. Let's start.
If to speak about popular articles, they deal mostly with the iPhone and the iWatch. In particular, over the past few days a couple of physical mockups have appeared on the Internet that show how Apple's next-gen handset might look like. Nearly all of the mockups are based on the leaked schematics and renderings, that is why they look a bit similar.