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.
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.
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.
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.