In the wake of Apple's recent courtroom victory over Samsung, many pundits have been waiting for the other shoe to drop, assuming Cupertino will cut off the Korean manufacturer's component business -- turns out it's the other way around.
Travel, travel, travel, it's what we're starting to think about now that summer is on our calendars. And just by sheer luck, there happen to be a lot of great travel related apps out there on sale this weekend. It's almost like the App Store is telling you to get out there and have some summer fun.
Summer turns to fall this week, but aside from the arrival of football season it is business as usual for the Apple legal team. Samsung is looking to get some points on the courtroom scoreboard fast and has resorted to some trick plays before the inevitable lawsuits kickoff with the next iPhone. Meanwhile, HTC may end up with a fresh set of downs here in the U.S. after an official review by the International Trade Commission.
Join us for another two-minute drill as we review the big events this past week involving Apple and their legal team on the courtroom gridiron.
Will they or won’t they? Apple’s release of an iPhone 5 this summer is being widely debated after the WWDC 2011 appears to focus strictly on the future of iOS (and Mac OS), but it appears that two Korean cell phone carriers may be getting the device in late June anyway.
It was only a few weeks ago that we were reporting astonishing iPhone sales in Korea, but it appears as though complaints over the iPhone has tarnished that record. According to BusinessWeek, lawmakers in Korea have summoned Apple for questioning over iPhone service complaints.