With only two days to go before Apple's media event on Thursday, there's a bit of a "calm before the storm" in the air — but that hasn't stopped us from digging up details on how Apple Pay will work at the McDonald's drive-thru, a potential Dropbox security breach (which the service denies), and why Finland thinks Apple has screwed them on two economic fronts. It's all here in our Tuesday Morning Report.
Tomorrow is the last day of July, and what a month it's been! Seems as if iPhone users will have to suffer through the dog days of summer in August with today's news that the next handset is likely to have its moment in the spotlight come mid-September instead of last year's October debut of the iPhone 4S. Quick! To the upgrade eligibility calculator! And when you come back, be sure to read what else is happening for this July 30, 2012.
Despite renewed interest in its Lumia smartphones on American shores, Nokia’s first quarter results are bleeding a lot of red ink, both financially as well as in total units sold, which is down by more than half year over year.
Last week’s invitation for Apple’s media event today included the curious wording “We have something you really have to see. And touch.” While those words have been over-analyzed in the seven days since being posted, a last-minute rumor is now speculating that the next iPad may gain the ability to feel the screen as well as touch it.