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Samsung reportedly returns to Apple’s list of RAM suppliers in time for iPhone 6 launch

Samsung reportedly returns to Apple’s list of RAM suppliers in time for iPhone 6 launch

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.

Apple removes Secret app from the Brazilian App Store to comply with court ruling

Apple removes Secret app from the Brazilian App Store to comply with court ruling

Yesterday, Apple was ordered by a judge in Brazil to not only pull the anonymous social networking app Secret from the App Store, but also to remotely kill the app from user’s devices that already have it installed.

9to5Mac now reports that Apple has complied with the ruling by removing the Secret app from the App Store. 

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

The iPad has been adopted by many different markets, including educational and healthcare. Recently, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook stopped by a local Veterans Affairs hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment.

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Many of Apple’s iCloud services are currently being reported as down, with Apple confirming on their official services status page, that many users may not be able to access specific features.

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

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.

Apple’s bid to recover $16 million in attorney fees from Samsung fails, $2.6M bond also released

Apple’s bid to recover $16 million in attorney fees from Samsung fails, $2.6M bond also released

The legal issues between Apple and Samsung are likely to not end any time soon, especially as individual decisions continue to be made that chip away at one side or another. Unfortunately for Apple, the latest decision by Judge Lucy Koh did not go their way.

Yosemite National Park and Wellington, New Zealand added to Flyover in Apple Maps

Yosemite National Park and Wellington, New Zealand added to Flyover in Apple Maps

Apple has added two new locations to its Flyover feature in Maps, allowing users to take a 3D look at buildings and other important landmarks in Yosemite National Park and Wellington, New Zealand. 

Apple ordered to remove Secret app from App Store by Brazilian judge, wants it remotely removed from users’ devices as well

Apple ordered to remove Secret app from App Store by Brazilian judge, wants it remotely removed from users’ devices as well

In February of this year, an application known as Secret made headlines. The anonymous “social network” took the world by storm, as many social-inclined apps do for a short period of time, but it has recently come under fire for giving a platform to those who would abuse it for anonymous bullying.

Apple Store in South Windsor, Connecticut, opening August 23

Apple Store in South Windsor, Connecticut, opening August 23

The Apple Stores keep opening up. In early August, the latest store to open in The Hague’s Passage mall opened their doors on August 9. Now, in the United States, the sixth Apple retail site in Connecticut will be open for business soon.

Gatekeeper app signing changes unrelated to last year’s Dev Center security breach

Gatekeeper app signing changes unrelated to last year’s Dev Center security breach

In OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 5, Apple made changes to Gatekeeper app signing, the security system that lets users install apps outside the App Store from trusted developers.