Another documentary is coming to Apple Music soon, and to garner some attention for it, Apple has shared a trailer.
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Indian Government Considering Offering Exemptions to Apple For Opening Direct Retail Stores and More Assembly Units
The Indian government is considering offering exemptions to Apple to allow it to set up more units for assembling iPhones in India. The information comes from Ramesh Abhishek, top bureaucrat of the DIPP (Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion).
Google today bolstered its smart speaker lineup with the release of Google Home Mini and Home Max. The former is the company’s cheapest smart speaker which is aimed at bringing Google Assistant to every living room possible, while the Home Max takes on the likes of HomePod with its speaker setup.
Apple and Qualcomm are entangled in a massive patent royalties dispute. Qualcomm believes it has a right to receive a hefty royalty from Apple for every iPhone sold because of the Qualcomm baseband chip used on iPhones. Apple, naturally, isn’t having any of it.
European Commission Taking Ireland to Court For Failure to Collect $15.3 Billion in Back Taxes from Apple
The European Commission has decided to take Ireland to court for a failure on its part to not recover $15.3 billion in unpaid tax due from Apple. The EU had ordered Apple in August 2016 to pay a staggering 13 billion euros ($15.3 billion) in unpaid taxes for the unfair advantage it received from Ireland between 2003 and 2014.
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Apple has released the source code for the XNU kernels in iOS and macOS on GitHub. Access to the source code does not mean one can compile their own kernels for iOS and macOS since all proprietary aspects introduced by Apple necessary to compile a working build are missing.
A federal U.S. judge has ruled that the FBI does not have to reveal the company it contracted to unlock the iPhone 5c of the San Bernardino shooter. The law enforcement agency was sued by USA Today, Associated Press, and Vice Media under the Freedom of Information Act for not revealing the company and the amount it paid to unlock the shooter’s iPhone.
The lack of the iconic Home button in iPhone X due to its all-new stunning edge-to-edge screen design has raised some questions.