In an in-depth profile published this afternoon, well-connected blogger Mark Gurman has taken a comprehensive look inside Apple’s public relations department as it currently exists and how it will transition heading into the future. The profile provides a detailed overview of Apple’s PR strategies, starting with how they existed under the company’s most recent PR chief Katie Cotton and late co-founder Steve Jobs.Â
On August 27, it was revealed that Apple had been denied, once again, on a specific sales ban on Samsung-branded devices. Now, according to a new report, Apple is going to appeal that decision.
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While it was reported that Apple would unveil the iPhone 6 on September 9, it wasn’t quite official. Now Apple has confirmed the event.
At the end of 2013, Apple filed another motion asking for an injunction against Samsung devices, and since then has been denied on multiple occasions. Today, a new report states that Apple has yet again been denied a sales ban on Samsung smartphones.
It began on July 30, with the first beta for OS X Mavericks being seeded out to developers, and continued to August 19 with the fourth beta being released. Now, Apple’s released the fifth beta for the pre-release software.
Apple has expanded their official list of performers that will be making an appearance at the annual iTunes Festival in London next week to include renowned Toronto-based electronic artist deadmau5, jazz singer Tony Bennett, hip-hop artist Mary J. Blige and several others. We’ve got a complete list of the performers thatÂ have been confirmed for the iTunes Festival to dateÂ ahead.
The latest numbers from Counterpoint Technology Market Research reveal that Apple is in a close three-horse race with Samsung and Coolpad for smartphone market share in China. Coolpad led the Chinese market with an 18% share of LTE smartphones in China during the second quarter,Â trailed by Samsung at 17% and Apple at 16%.Â