Apple was awarded an Emmy Engineering Award yesterday evening at CES in the category, “Eco-system for Real Time Presentation of TV Content to Mobile Devices without the use of Specialized Television Hardware.” While there isn’t much specific information about what this award means, it surely sounds impressive, and I would
Tim Cook’s official visit to China didn’t just include socializing while visiting Apple Stores and undertaking a meeting with the Chinese Minister of IT. According to a Reuters report, Apple’s CEO and China Mobile’s Chairman Xi Guohua met today to discuss “matters of cooperation”, which suggests the ongoing talks between
Apple is indeed after diversifying its iPhone offering with a cheaper version of its flagship handset. Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg have confirmed Digitimes’ earlier report citing anonymous supply chain sources.
Here is a fresh rumor future iPhone owners will love: Apple is going to roll out a cheaper version of its popular iPhone specifically designed for China and other emerging markets in the second half of this year, the hit-or-miss Digitimes’ sources claim.
This article has been updated, please read the new version here. Rumors of a low-cost iPhone being in the works–in an effort reach customers across the globe– just don’t stop. The launch of the iPad mini reinforces once again Apple’s ability to answer to market demand and deliver a high-class