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Not only is Samsung promoting and marketing a case for its Galaxy Tab tablet that is a knock-off of Apple’s iPad 2 Smart Cover, but Samsung did not make sure that it scored points for the creativity that they desperately need. The designers did not even attempt to try to
It’s not over yet… Apple has taken their Samsung patent infringement fight back to Samsung’s home court in South Korea. In a suit filed with the Seoul Central District Court on June 22, Apple alleges that the Samsung Galaxy S, Droid Charge, Infuse 4G, and many other Samsung devices copy
An iPhone patent that Apple filed for over three-years ago could spell trouble for other multitouch mobile OS developers. Apple was awarded patent number 7,966,578, for a “Portable multifunction device, method, and graphical user interface for translating displayed content.” Basically, depending on how the entire patent is interpreted, Apple could
Samsung is going to fight fire with an even brighter fire that will probably burn out quicker. In a move that Apple will do everything in its power not to satisfy, Samsung requested access to the most recent production model of the next “commercial versions” of the iPhone and iPad.
It seems as if many iPhone 4 users experience the same problem commonly known as “Glassgate”. The term “Glassgate” coined by GDGT’s Ryan Block describes the fragility of the iPhone 4′s front and back glass. It has been no secret that iPhone 4 users have had problems with cracked screens
There are a lot of people who want iPhones, so the faster Apple's manufacturer can make them, the better. Foxconn, the company that builds the iPhone for Apple, is doing very well keeping up, building a whopping 800,000 iPhone 3G's a week, but according to TechCrunch, quality control might be suffering as a result.
One person over at removethelabels.com has an interesting story. Their mother purchased an iPhone, and was playing around with it and was about to change the wallpaper when she discovered that it had already been used to take three pictures, which were still on the device. Two of them were blurry, but the third was not, and it's contents was very surprising. Check them out after the break.