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US Supreme Court Strikes Down Apple’s Petition against USPTO in Optis Patent Dispute

US Supreme Court Strikes Down Apple’s Petition against USPTO in Optis Patent Dispute

The US Supreme Court has struck down Apple’s challenge against the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) filed in July 2021. The petition was filed as a part of Apple’s dispute with patent troll Optis Wireless Technology.

Ookla Finds T-Mobile’s Cellular Internet Twice as Fast as Rivals, Verizon’s Broadband Fastest

Ookla Finds T-Mobile’s Cellular Internet Twice as Fast as Rivals, Verizon’s Broadband Fastest

Ookla, the company behind Speedtest, has released its latest report on internet speeds in the US. It notes that T-Mobile’s cellular internet was twice as fast as AT&T and Verizon’s while Verizon’s broadband internet was the fastest.

TSMC Struggling to Meet Apple’s Carbon Neutrality Goal: Report

TSMC Struggling to Meet Apple’s Carbon Neutrality Goal: Report

A supply chain report claims that Apple’s suppliers are far from meeting the company’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030. The lofty target is reportedly putting pressure on the company’s supply chain.

2022 iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5 Models Spotted in Eurasian Database Update

2022 iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5 Models Spotted in Eurasian Database Update

Apple is legally required to update the Eurasian Economic Commission database with details of its upcoming products that use the commission’s encryption technology, making the database a reliable source of information about forthcoming releases. The database has been updated with devices that could be Apple’s new 2022 iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5.

Ericsson Drags Apple to Court for Patent Infringement after Licensing Talks Collapse

Ericsson Drags Apple to Court for Patent Infringement after Licensing Talks Collapse

Telecom giant Ericsson has filed two separate lawsuits alleging that Apple is using its patented 2G, 3G, and 4G technology without permission. The companies had a mutual deal to use the cellular standards but the related licenses expired recently.

Leaker Claims Apple Will Complete Apple Silicon Transition With 2022 Mac Pro

Leaker Claims Apple Will Complete Apple Silicon Transition With 2022 Mac Pro

In a series of tweets, self-professed Apple data analyst @Dylandkt on Twitter claimed that the iPhone maker would completely transition to Apple Silicon by the end of Q4 2022. He also claimed that the MacBook Pro 13-inch variant would be replaced with the M2-powered MacBook Pro 14-inch.

Developer Gets CarPlay Working on Tesla Using Android

Developer Gets CarPlay Working on Tesla Using Android

Tesla doesn’t support Apple CarPlay on its cars. So, one Tesla Model 3 owner ironically resorted to using Android on a Raspberry Pi to get CarPlay up and running.

2023 iPhone SE 4 Could Feature a 5.7-Inch Display and Debut in 2023

2023 iPhone SE 4 Could Feature a 5.7-Inch Display and Debut in 2023

Display Supply Chain Consultants analyst Ross Young claims that the 2023 iPhone SE 4 could feature a 5.7-inch display and debut in 2023 instead of 2024. The analyst also mentioned that the 2022 iPhone SE 3 is likely to be rebadged as the iPhone SE+ 5G and it would have a 4.7-inch LCD screen.

Top Apple Stories of the Week: Apple’s AR/VR Headset Rumors, iPhone 14 with ProMotion, More

Top Apple Stories of the Week: Apple’s AR/VR Headset Rumors, iPhone 14 with ProMotion, More

In case you missed events and exciting news from the world of Apple this week, check out this roundup of top stories, so you’re all caught up with everything Apple.

Rumor: 2022 iPad Pro Could Feature Glass Apple Logo for MagSafe Charging

Rumor: 2022 iPad Pro Could Feature Glass Apple Logo for MagSafe Charging

New iPad Pro models are expected to debut in the first half of this year, and rumor has it that Apple could include MagSafe wireless charging capability and a glass back design. However, a report claims that the design with an all-glass back could be shelved for now while MagSafe is still on the cards.