While there are still a few weeks remaining until Apple unveils the highly-anticipated iPhone 6 with a rumored dual-coreÂ Apple A8 chip, a new report claims that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is advancing volume production of chips based on a 16nm process, including the Apple A9 processor, to the first quarter of 2015.Â
In February of this year, Apple announced the expansion of their Volume Purchase Program (VPP), and included areas like the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and other regions. In July, they announced that other countries would be added soon. And now that time has arrived.
In April, 2014, Apple released a brand new lineup of MacBook Air models into the world, loaded with slightly upgraded internals, including faster Haswell processors, and a price drop across the board. Now, if you were looking for a refurbished model, Apple has options.
GT Advanced allegedly producing between 1.3 and 2.2 million sapphire glass displays for 5.5-inch iPhone 6
The sapphire glass “conspiracy” won’t go away, apparently. Despite plenty of reports on both sides of the fence, it’s still unknown whether or not the next iPhone, or iPhones, are going to get the more durable display this time around. A new report suggests, yet again, that maybe only the larger variant of the two new iPhone 6 models will get the extra support.
The legal battles between Apple and Samsung have been extensive, and there’s no end in sight, but apparently it’s starting to even out behind the scenes when it comes to parts supply.
Yesterday,Â Apple wasÂ ordered by a judge in Brazil to not only pull the anonymous social networking appÂ Secret from the App Store, but also to remotely kill the app from userâ€™s devices that already have it installed.
An issue with the MacBook Pro released in 2011 could see lawyers weighing in with a class action lawsuit, based on a new report. For owners of the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models released in that year, reportedly issues with the graphics chips, and entire system crashes, is why these lawyers are researching the next legal step.