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The Apple Watch has a problems, and it's nothing to do with the technology itself, or the price. It's something a lot more subtle, and it could be very difficult for Apple to address.
If you are still using QuickTime for Windows now is the time to uninstall it, as the software will not be supported by Apple in the future.
Samsung has reportedly signed a deal with arch-rival Apple to supply 100 million AMOLED panels per year that will be used for next year's iPhone 7S.
Samsung has already promised Gear S2 smartwatch support is coming to iOS, but hasn't provided a timeline.
Security researchers have revealed how it's possible to brick an iPad wirelessly by exploiting the 1/1/1970 bug.
Apple is building support for peer-to-peer, real-time chat and video into the Safari web browser.
Here are three cool tricks that make the Apple Watch more useful.
The hackers were paid a one-time fee for submitting a vulnerability which allowed the bureau to access the iPhone without Apple's help.
Flat growth counted for decent performance in the first quarter as a strong dollar whacked international demand.
Nothing is going to send a chill down the spine of an iPhone or iPad owner more than going to use their device and finding that it isn't working. Fortunately, most "bricked" devices can be brought back to life with a little know-how.
With a new zero-day Flash Player vulnerability also affecting Mac users, it's a good time to purge your system of this software.
If you want a different answer, ask me a different question.
Apple attorneys said that they believe the hack used will be "short lived."
The bipartisan bill will force tech firms to help law enforcement and federal agencies bypass encryption -- or face fines.
Apple has quietly been rolling out new code in iTunes that could lay the groundwork for iPhone owners to be able to remove stock apps from the home screen.
The FBI director said the hack it used to bypass the passcode on the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone does not work on an iPhone 5s or later.
According to a poll carried out by Fortune, the FBI's cracking of the San Bernardino attacker's iPhone could have a knock-on effect on sales at a critical time for Apple.
FBI doing little to build trust as it pushes iPhone matter, encryption debate deeper into shadows
Consumers with three-year old iPhones may not be rushing out to buy the iPhone SE at launch but watch this space says one analyst.
The bug allowed attackers to bypass the lock screen to access a user's media, contacts and settings.
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Foxconn is Apple's primary device partner who acquired Sharp back in March and is ramping up their OLED capabilities so that they could be an Apple supplier for future OLED displays. Now Foxconn is eyeing Apple's chip business with a deal with ARM to build a chip center ...
Huge Enthusiastic Lines of Apple Fans Showed Up in South Korea Today to buy the 'Non Exploding' iPhone 7Friday October 21st, 2016 04:27:41 PM Jack Purcher
On Sunday Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple's iPhone 7 Pre-Orders sold out in Record Time in Korea Friday while Anger over the Note 7's Demise Still Lingers." Like clockwork, the iPhone 7 went on sale officially today in South Korea with huge line-ups.
Samsung is racing to block online videos parodying its disastrous exploding Note7 being used as grenades in GTA parody video
Microsoft's Big Boom in Surface Sales Last Quarter still Miles from Relevancy in Comparison to Apple's iPadFriday October 21st, 2016 01:48:40 PM Jack Purcher
Microsoft posted its first quarter of its 2017 fiscal earnings yesterday, reporting revenue of $20.5 billion and net income of $4.7 billion. The highlights of Microsoft's latest earnings come in the form of Office and Cloud. Microsoft's hardware revenue was generally disappointing with Surface being it's only bright spot. But Surface growth is still miles from relevancy in comparison to Apple's iPad.
Microsoft has been steadily copying Apple's patent ideas from their tablet keyboard to their Surface Book concept. Now it looks like Microsoft is out to beat Apple to market with yet another of Apple's patented ideas, devices that could interpret in-air gesturing to control aspects of the user interface.
With Apple's Mac event set for next week, it was interesting to see a patent application from Apple today published by the US Patent & Trademark Office that discusses a new dimension being considered for a future MacBook keyboard that would seemingly provide users with a way to customize key sensitivity and feel.
Microsoft has their big PC event scheduled for the day before Apple's Mac event and it's highly expected that they'll be extending their Surface line of computers to include an all-in-one (AIO) desktop to take on Apple's iMac. To date neither of Microsoft's Surface products, tablets or notebook (Surface Book), haven't made a dent in Apple's sales. In fact earlier this week Patriot's coach ditched his Surface tablet in disgust ...
It was reported in London today by two blogs that Apple's presence on the Mobile World Congress exhibition catalog shows that Apple would be attending/presenting in three meeting rooms.
The announcement for Apple's World Wide Developer Conference held in June was titled "Hello, WWDC16" and Apple's invitation for their October 27 event is interestingly called "Hello again." Whether that's a reference to another Siri announcement or just a reference to the event being the second for the year is unknown at this time.
Today Harriet Green, general manager, IBM Watson Internet of Things, Commerce & Education stated in a press release that "IBM and Apple are launching Watson Element to help teachers gain insights into each student's skills, preferences and interests to transform personalized learning experiences that are unique to all." Apple will offer the Watson Element app as part of its broad...
When Apple's CEO Tim Cook spoke with NBC's Brian Williams back in 2013 about the future of TV, Cook noted that TV was a "market that we see that has been left behind. I used to watch the Jetsons as a kid. I loved the Jetsons. We're living the Jetsons with this [holding up an iPhone]." Well, Apple's been working for some time now to make Home Automation a reality with HomeKit and they want to take that jetsons vision to where it all begins, when building new homes.
Samsung to Quickly Compensate Top Note7 Suppliers While Leaving Customers with Home Damage in the LurchWednesday October 19th, 2016 03:30:51 PM Jack Purcher
Samsung has already agreed to compensate their Note7 component partners so that they don't lose financially for Samsung's battery issues. Well, in part at least. But when it comes to Note7 customers who had their homes damaged by Note7 fires, that's another matter all together
Yesterday Patently Apple posted a report titled "Samsung to Kick-Off 2017 with the World's First 10nm CPU Powering their Galaxy S8." In that report we noted that the Korean source had hyped-up Samsung's victory by stating that Industry analysts are "are predicting that Samsung Electronics will mass-produce new Exynos series, which is its own AP, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830 series (835) through 10-nano logic process." Today we learn that might have been a hasty presumption because Qualcomm may have other plans on the table.
A new report today claims that owners of the twice-recalled Galaxy Note 7 say that exploding phones caused extensive damage to their homes, but Samsung isn't playing ball. And in Korea, the class action lawsuits are mounting.
Samsung's Engineers Keep Pounding Out New Form Factors for Future Bendable Smartphones Looking for a WinnerWednesday October 19th, 2016 12:07:16 AM Jack Purcher
Back in June of this year Bloomberg posted a report stating that Samsung had two new smartphone designs on tap under a project code-named 'Project Valley.' This project could finally introduce foldable smartphones that are like a small notebook to market in 2017. In the last month or so two new foldable Samsung smartphone patents have been published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The first design ...
Last week the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published two of Apple's latest registered trademarks (RTM) for "watchOS." More interesting is that Apple filed for 'iPod' in Hong Kong and filed it under class 42 for watches ...
Late yesterday Apple filed a trademark infringement cases against Mobile Star LLC for selling counterfeit power products such as power adapters and charging cables through Amazon.com. Apple believes these counterfeit products could lead to fires and are therefore a risk to the public.
In August we posted a report titled "Apple's iPhone 6s Crushes Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 in a New Speed Test," proving Apple's customized ARM processors are meticulously tweaked to get more performance out of seemingly older processors. For the iPhone 7, Apple notes on their website that the "iPhone 7 is supercharged by the most powerful chip ever in a smartphone. Today, Samsung let it be known that their new Galaxy S8 will be powered by the world's first 10nm processor getting ahead of Apple's 2017 anniversary iPhone's processor.
Apple Granted 47 Patents Covering Apple Store Fixtures and More the Day after Fortune Interviews Angela AhrendtsTuesday October 18th, 2016 10:25:00 AM Jack Purcher
Fortune‘s annual Most Powerful Women Summit kicked off yesterday with main-stage interview with Ivanka Trump, Sheryl Sandberg, Priscilla Chan, Barbara Streisand and others. The event's first interview was with Apple's Retail Stores SVP Angela Ahrendts. Today USPTO granted Apple 47 patents and two Apple Store fixture design patents
In 2013 Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple Store Employee Files Class Action Lawsuit over Lost Wages." The case begins tomorrow ...
Apple's Beats launched a whole new line of wireless headphones in early September and today we're seeing the first ad promoting them. Their press release stated that "Beats by Dr. Dre (Beats) announced a host of exceptional new wireless products, expanding the brand’s premium portfolio to include a new line of wireless earphones called BeatsX along with the next generation of two current best-sellers
A report out of Seoul Korea today states that Samsung Electronics' heir apparent Lee Jae-yong is under pressure to show greater leadership in containing the crisis over the termination of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
Airlines Worldwide Join U.S. Ban of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 and Threaten Punitive Measures for not ComplyingMonday October 17th, 2016 01:16:40 PM Jack Purcher
Following a ban by the US Federal Aviation Authority, a great number of reports are surfacing this morning showing airlines around the world are banning Samsung's Note 7 on flights. Japan’s transport ministry ordered airlines to completely ban the Note 7 from flights, including ...
Apple's CEO Reveals that their new R&D Center in Japan will be Focused on 'AI' and 'Deep Engineering'Monday October 17th, 2016 12:13:56 PM Jack Purcher
Before ending his business trip in Japan last week, Apple's CEO Tim Cook sat down for an interview with a Japanese publication while on Japan's famous bullet train. Cook said that even though the iPhone turns ten next year, the technology is anything but mature. Smartphones are 9 years old, he noted. "We are not even teenagers yet. We just got going."
Samsung Introduced a Fascinating All-New Modular PC Tower this week and USPTO Published the Patent Behind itSunday October 16th, 2016 05:34:14 PM Jack Purcher
On Wednesday October 26 Microsoft is to launch their first all-in-one desktop aimed at challenging Apple's iMac if the rumors pan out. On Thursday October 27 Apple is set to launch new MacBooks and on that Friday, Samsung's new ArtPC Pulse officially goes on sale. It's going to be a busy PC week to be sure. Samsung's new PC, like Microsoft's new all-in-one, is set to be a next generation PC design.
It's being reported in Bahrain that Cisco and Gulf Business Machines (GBM) will jointly showcase its solutions built around the Apple enterprise product portfolio at GITEX Technology Week 2016, being held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from October 16-20.
Apple's iPhone 7 Pre-Orders sold out in Record Time in Korea Friday while Anger over the Note 7's Demise Still LingersSunday October 16th, 2016 12:45:32 PM Jack Purcher
Apple's iPhone 7 pre-orders in South Korean began on Friday, one week prior to the official launch as previously reported. According to the a Korean press report today, "Apple's latest smartphone model iPhone 7 is enjoying unprecedented popularity ...
Along with the clean new look of the iPhone 6 came the distracting antenna lines that some thought were stylish. While Apple has tried to tone them down a little for the iPhone 7, the antenna lines remain. Today's report covers Apple's invention that relates to how the antenna lines are formed for current and possible future iPhone designs. The invention also supports ...
Court documents show that Apple was sued this week by a woman in Nashville for having her breast scarred by her overheated iPhone 6.
To confirm that this is actually being considered by Apple we only need to view the photo below of Apple's new notice ...
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