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Apple's mail rival - Samsung - has sued a newspaper called Electronic Times for 300 million KRW (this is about $284,000) over the article about the company's latest flagship Galaxy S5. The authors of the publication claim the smartphone has a faulty camera, which is incorrect, Samsung believes.
Apple has reportedly launched its iPhone trade-in program in Germany. German Apple Store app users already see the offer listed within the app, however, the program is yet to be announced on Apple's official website.
The trade-in program allows to change your old iPhone in working condition for a discount on a newer device.
The week has nearly come to an end, so it’s just the time to talk about the most interesting posts of the past seven days.
This week’s top stories deal with iPhone 6 and Apple vs Samsung trial. As you probably know, some sources claim that the next-gen iPhone with 4.7-inch screen will be released in the second half of 2014 and the device with 5.5-inch display will be delayed. Whether it is truth or not we shall see soon.
As you probably know, earlier this week Apple appealed to court for the second time. The guys from Cupertino sued Samsung over a number of patents they say the company infringed on. Some of them deal with Apple’s iPhone and the “Slide to Unlock” feature.
Apple has officially unveiled its new flagship store located in Turkey. I must admit, it has a number of similar features with Apple’s Manhattan store. I’m now talking about a large glass cube you will see on the images below.
Apple on Tuesday updated its iWork for both iOS and Mac with a new read-only sharing mode, Retina graphics support, improved design and a number of other important features. The updated iWork suite apps are currently available on App Store and Mac App Store, so don’t waste your time - go and get them right now.
Apple has once again appealed to the U.S. court in order to make Samsung pay $2 billion in damages. In case you don’t know, Apple accuses the South Korean company of infringing its patents and intentional copying of the iPhone design.
Like every Sunday, I’ve come up with a list of most interesting stories of the last 7 days. Without wasting time, let’s take a look at these posts.
A new iPhone 6 concept has recently appeared on the Internet. This time it’s a model created by SET Solution and I must admit, it looks very realistic. As the authors of the concept say, they’ve gathered the most plausible rumors on the Internet and tried to create the device, which can actually resemble Apple’s creation. Here’s what they’ve come up with, take a look.
The evad3rs on Friday released an updated evasi0n7 jailbreak utility. It is still impossible to jailbreak iPhone 5, 5c and 5s running iOS 7.1, however, evasi0n7 1.0.8 brings support for iOS 7.0 build 11A466.
Apple on Tuesday seeded a new OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 beta to developers for testing. The release comes about two weeks after the previous OS X version. This week’s build is number 13D28 and I must say it contains a couple of important bug fixes. However, no new features were spotted.
A new useful tweak has recently appeared on Cydia. It’s called QuickPass and it is a simple tool that allows you to disable the passcode lock within just one tap in the Settings menu. If you have children who enjoy playing games on your iPhone and if you’re tired of typing in the password each time they lock the screen, this tweak is surely what you need.
As you probably know, the company from Cupertino is expected to release two iPhone 6 models in 2014. One will feature a 5.5-inch and another - a 4.7-inch display. However, according to some rumors that appeared on the Internet on Tuesday, what we shall see later this year is just a 4.7-inch iPhone. As to the larger model, its release is uncertain.
According to the latest rumors, the production of the next-gen iPhone and iPad Air will start in the second or in the third quarter of 2014. Pegatron will be responsible for assembly of both iPhones and iPads, while Foxconn will concentrate primarily on Apple’s smartphone. This is what several Chinese sources report (via
Apple, like any other company, is constantly trying to make the production of its gadgets more efficient. Apart from that, the guys from the Cupertino want to get rid of the dependence on manpower at its factories. That is why Apple has recently decided to move the production of the iPhone batteries to new automated assembly lines.