• Apple Sues Over Fake Accessories

    Apple Sues Over Fake Accessories

    As reported by PCMag sister site IGN, Apple purchased a number of Apple-branded accessories on Amazon—power adapters, charging/syncing cables—over a nine-month period, and found that 90 of 100 were fakes.Cupertino's four claims for relief cover trademark counterfeiting and infringement, false designation of origin, copyright infringement, and unfair competition.
  • Smartwatch Shipments Nosedive In Q3 2016

    Smartwatch Shipments Nosedive In Q3 2016

    The smartwatch market may be due for a significant recalibration as shipments of these devices have plummeted.In the third quarter of 2016, smartwatch shipments totaled 2.
  • Smartwatch Shipments Nosedive In Q3 2016

    Smartwatch Shipments Nosedive In Q3 2016

    The smartwatch market may be due for a significant recalibration as shipments of these devices have plummeted.In the third quarter of 2016, smartwatch shipments totaled 2.
  • Apple Delays AirPod Shipments

    Apple Delays AirPod Shipments

    Removing the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 wasn't about making life harder for the Apple faithful: the wireless AirPods were intended to fill the void (and at $159 a pair, also to make Apple a little extra cash).AirPod shipments, which were supposed to begin by the end of October, have been indefinitely delayed.
  • Smartwatch Shipments Take Nosedive In Q3 2016

    Smartwatch Shipments Take Nosedive In Q3 2016

    The smartwatch market may be due for a significant recalibration as shipments of these devices have plummeted.In the third quarter of 2016, smartwatch shipments totaled 2.
  • Smartwatch Shipments Take Nosedive In Q3 2016

    Smartwatch Shipments Take Nosedive In Q3 2016

    The smartwatch market may be due for a significant recalibration as shipments of these devices have plummeted.In the third quarter of 2016, smartwatch shipments totaled 2.
  • Apple Now Selling Refurbished iPhones

    Apple Now Selling Refurbished iPhones

    As 9to5Mac notes, the tech giant has long offered refurbished Mac devices, and now it's selling refurbished iPhones as well.The iPhone maker currently has a number of refurbished iPhones for sale on its website for 15 percent off the price of a new model.
  • Apple Launches iPhone 6 Plus 'Touch Disease' Repair Program

    Apple Launches iPhone 6 Plus 'Touch Disease' Repair Program

    The iPhone 6 Plus has a problem, and some say it's a design flaw.The fault has been dubbed "Touch Disease.
  • Report: Apple Mulls Moving iPhone Production to US

    Report: Apple Mulls Moving iPhone Production to US

    Citing unnamed sources, Japanese newspaper Nikkei claims that Apple's key manufacturing partner Foxconn "has been studying the possibility of moving iPhone production to the US.Moving iPhone production to the US would undoubtedly be more costly for Cupertino.
  • Apple Launches iPhone 6s Repair Program for Faulty Batteries

    Apple Launches iPhone 6s Repair Program for Faulty Batteries

    Last week, Apple launched a repair program after acknowledging the iPhone 6 Plus had a touchscreen issue widely dubbed as "Touch Disease.And now we have a second repair program underway, only this one is for the iPhone 6s.
  • Verizon Black Friday Deals 2016

    Verizon Black Friday Deals 2016

    Yesterday, we highlighted one of the Verizon Black Friday deals for 2016, which included Google’s Pixel phone for as low as $10 per month.Today, Verizon pushed out their whole list of Black Friday deals and I think you’ll want to take a look.
  • Report: Apple Eyes Early Access to New Movies

    Report: Apple Eyes Early Access to New Movies

    That's the million-dollar question Apple is trying to answer., and Universal Pictures—three of the five top-grossing distributors—are eyeing "high-priced home-video rentals" of new movies soon after they open in theaters.
  • 16 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    16 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    Even though Google Play regularly outshines the App Store in total number of downloads, Apple users are far more willing than their Android counterparts to actually plunk down cash for their apps.My fellow Android users, it's unfortunate that you're not buying apps.
  • Rumor Tips High-End iPhone 'Ferrari'

    Rumor Tips High-End iPhone 'Ferrari'

    We couldn't end 2016 without one last iPhone rumor, could we?The latest reports suggest Apple will introduce three new iPhone models in 2017, including a high-end model codenamed Ferrari.
  • Nokia Sues Apple for Patent Infringement

    Nokia Sues Apple for Patent Infringement

    The Finnish phone maker on Wednesday announced it has filed "a number" of complaints against Apple in Germany and the U., claiming the Cupertino tech giant's products infringe on several of its patents.
  • Rumor: 5-inch iPhone With Vertical Dual Cameras Planned

    Rumor: 5-inch iPhone With Vertical Dual Cameras Planned

    If Apple is true to form, then 2017 will see the release of the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.However, a third 7s is rumored to be joining the line-up, and it isn't the iPhone "Ferrari.
  • Report: Apple to Cut iPhone 7 Production by 10 Percent

    Report: Apple to Cut iPhone 7 Production by 10 Percent

    Continuing supply problems and relatively weak demand for the iPhone 7 will lead Apple to cut its production, the Nikkei Asian Review reported Friday.Citing data from Apple's suppliers, Nikkei estimated that production of Apple's flagship mobile device would decrease 10 percent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period a year earlier.
  • A Visual History of the iPhone

    A Visual History of the iPhone

    9, 2007, Apple's Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone at the MacWorld convention in San Francisco.It was promptly dubbed the "Jesus Phone" by a critical public who crucified it worshipped it like a gift from God itself.
  • What Does Your iPhone Smell Like?

    What Does Your iPhone Smell Like?

    Not only has the iPhone cemented Apple as the world's most powerful brand, it's fundamentally changed the way society functions.The iPhone also also introduced consumers to the concept of a multi-touch interface.
  • FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    Its Snapdragon processors also power many models of the iPhone, and its arrangement with Apple drew particular scrutiny from the FTC, which claimed that Qualcomm requested exclusivity from Apple in exchange for reduced patent royalties.The agreement with Apple was in effect from 2011 until last year, and prevented the iPhone maker from buying chips from Qualcomm's competitors, according to the FTC complaint.