Thursday – Apple said it filed a lawsuit against its rival Samsung in United Kingdom’s High Court earlier this week, as the two technology big players continue to fight for its legal rights involving their tablets and mobile phone products.
Apple did not release or expose any details regarding the lawsuit. Last June, the company, Samsung, filed a lawsuit against Apple in Chancery High Court, accusing apple of violating Samsung’s patented wireless technology inventions, according to the statement.
The Korea-based company also confirmed that it had also filed a lawsuit in a French court . . . → Read More: Apple and Samsung Rivalry Continues in UK
Friday, the Dusseldorf district court ordered Samsung must not sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany because it looks much as iPad 2 by Apple Inc. Samsung Germany is also not allowed to sell the Tablet in any other European Union country, but other divisions of Samsung can sell into those countries.
Samsung will try to appeal the decision in the Higher Regional Court in Dusseldorf, according to a spokesman. He said in a statement, “We are disappointed with this ruling and believe it severely limits consumer choice in Germany…”
Apple filed infringement charges . . . → Read More: Apple Wins Over Samsung: Permanent Ban of Selling Tablets
JailbreakMe2 and JailbreakaMe3’s author has taken an internship at Apple.
Apple by now has significant engineering ability at its disposal, but the company is obviously adding one more set of hands to the mix, only to keep things interesting. Nicholas Allegra, also known as Comex, has revealed that he is accepted on an internship at Apple. It would not awfully be unusual to hear about a bright 19-year-old taking on an internship at Apple, except that Allegra is the author of JailbreakMe 2 and JailbreakMe 3, two hacks which allowed iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad possessors . . . → Read More: Apple Accepts iPhone Hacker Comex on an Internship
The current visit of Apple COO Tim Cook to China Mobile, which might recommend the mobile gadget seller, is in talks with China Mobile concerning possible iPhone cooperation. Currently, China Unicom is the de facto restricted iPhone operator in China.
Tim Cook as well visited China Unicom throughout his secret China journey to converse concerning iPhone combined force issues with opening of 3G iPad 2 into market in China. It appears to some that strange of Apple go indications that iPhone might have 2 partners in China.
Frequently Apple just chooses one restricted iPhone cooperator for . . . → Read More: Tim Cook’s Visit in China Signals Two iPhone Partners
Presently invested in an Apple iPad 2? Well the latest iPad may be approaching earlier than we believe. Records in the iOS 5 beta firmware create orientation to ‘iPad 3.1’ and ‘iPad 3.2.’
WWDC was distinguished for not proclaiming any latest hardware; in its place we got news on the newest edition of iOS5, iCloud and Mac OS X Lion this week.
According the TUAW there’s also a reference to ‘iPhone 4.1’ and ‘iPhone 4.2’ maybe the next iPhone, which would be the fourth as if that wasn’t sufficient. Even though iOS 5 was proclaimed . . . → Read More: Rumor: Apple iPad 3 is Coming Out
Apple has peacefully launched a revised Apple Store knowledge for consumers on its 10th anniversary of opening its first retail store.
The company has launched its Apple Store 2.0 experience, which consists of iPads are utilized to show product data and costs, according to the report from Australia. The iPads in comparison features among dissimilar products and show how to inquire for an assistant for specialists. Apple is utilizing one of its best-selling latest products to sell its additional products in the store. These iPads will restore the paper signage and data cards that usually illustrate a product on exhibit. When you build an . . . → Read More: Apple Store 2.0, Launched by Apple for Easier Shopping