Tim Cook today published an open letter to all of Apple's customers addressing the wide criticism over iOS 6's new Apple-powered Maps application. The Apple CEO, through the apology letter, which was posted on the company's website, says Apple is "extremely sorry" for any inconveniences the Maps app may have caused to customers, and it's doing everything it can to rectify these issues.
Life inside Foxconn's various factories hasn't been regarded as an ideal workplace in the past years, nor recently. It's been questioned as to whether or not working conditions are suitable or if workers are treated possibly, and as a decisive act, Apple has stepped in themselves by ordering a investigation of Foxconn's factories.
Apple’s COO (Chief Operating Officer) was spotted at China Mobile’s headquarters. The significance? According to MIC Gadget, he’s most likely there discussing with the company’s executives about a possible deal. Currently, iPhones are only available in China for customers of China Unicom, a carrier with had 179.34 million customers as
Apple hopes to have the iPhone legitimately available to consumers in Thailand in the near future, but until then the black market for the device remains healthy. Currently an iPhone 3G in Bangkok goes for around $800, twice the average Thai's monthly salary and eight times the price in the U.S. Patrick Winn with GlobalPost took a deep look into the Thai iPhone black market. You can check it out here.