To regain public confidence after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung had announced that it would publicly publish the full details of its probe into the handsets exploding. Reportedly, Samsung is planning on publishing its findings on January 23rd — just a day before it publishes its quarterly earnings for Q4, 2016. However, key details of the investigation have already been leaked and they put the blame on the internal design of the Note 7.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Probe Details Leak; Blame Internal Design and High-Capacity Battery For Explosions
This week appears to be one where Apple sees aging lawsuits reanimated to drag the Cupertino-based company’s lawyers back into court rooms.
Over the weekend, Samsung announced that it is adding iOS compatibility to its latest smartwatches and wearables: the Gear S3, Gear S2, and Gear Fit2. If you own an iPhone or an iPad and want to use one of Samsung’s latest smartwatches, simply download the Gear S app from the App Store to pair and use them.
If the Rumor Mill is to be believed, it sounds like Samsung is planning on doubling down on Apple’s rumored features before Apple can get around to it.
Samsung and Apple have been battling it out in the courts for quite some time, and another major decision has just been handed down.
Samsung, who isn’t afraid to copy Apple at all, will apparently continue to copy Apple as it looks to spur sales of its aging flagship.
Samsung is definitely not afraid to spend some money, and the company has just announced another giant acquisition.
Half of the people who purchased a Galaxy Note 7 will switch to an iPhone, according to a new survey. Fortunately for the South Korean company, the fiasco doesn’t appear to have damaged its brand too much, with the vast majority still willing to buy other Samsung products.
In a filing with South Korean regulators, Samsung has noted that it would be permanently stopping production and sales of the Galaxy Note 7. The move from the Korean company comes after more than seven different incidents were reported about the safe Note 7 units also exploding over the last one week and the company asking customers to turn off and return their device.
Since the launch of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung has been facing troublesome reports that units catch fire, which eventually led the company to announce a formal recall of the phablet.