A formal complaint registered today by the Federal Trade Commission alleges that Qualcomm may have use anti-competitive movements to keep Apple using its modems.
Remember the 2G network? It was all the rage back when the original iPhone launched (until 3G was all the rage).
On May 19th last year, EgyptAir flight MS804 crashed that killed 66 people onboard it. The investigators claimed that the plane crash was caused by terrorists based on traces of explosives found on the body of some of the bodies. However, some French investigators think that the co-pilot’s iPad mini 4 or iPhone 6s might be the culprit behind the fire that led to the plane crashing.
Just like it has done in recent years, Apple today updated the homepage of its website to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on ML day. Apple has put up a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. along with one of his famous quotes on its website.
This week appears to be one where Apple sees aging lawsuits reanimated to drag the Cupertino-based company’s lawyers back into court rooms.
Earlier this week, Chris Lattner, the author of LLVM and creator of Swift, quit Apple and joined Tesla as VP of Autopilot Software. The move came as a shock since Lattner has been working at Apple for a very long time, and considering he is deemed as the founder of Swift, the decision surprised many. Now, Business Insider details in a report the reason behind Lattner’s departure from Apple.
Soon after the public launch of the late-2016 MacBook Pro, issues arose regarding the company’s published expectations for battery life, and real world results.
A lawsuit originally filed in 2012, which saw App Store customers aggravated that they could not buy iOS apps outside of Apple’s iOS App Store, has been revived.
Apple may have abandoned its plans to launch a car of its own, instead putting a focus on developing software to go in vehicles, but that isn’t stopping the company from trying to play a role in how automation is handled in the automotive industry.
A report from WSJ claims that Apple is planning on building a “significant new business” in original TV shows and movies that could potentially make it among the bigger players in Hollywood. Apple plans on offering its original content to subscribers of Apple Music thereby enticing more subscribers to the service as well.