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Earlier this year we learned that Apple stole the design of a famous, and tradmarked, Swiss clock. After the Swiss called out Apple on the matter, Apple moved quickly to secure some sort of licensing agreement with Swiss Federal Railway. And reach an agreement they did, but they didn’t bother [...]Read More »
Remember that Swiss clock design Apple stole for use in iOS, specifically the iPad? Yeah, well, looks like the tech giant has finally put its money where its mouth is and coughed up greenbacks for rights to use Swiss Federal Railway’s trademarked clock design.
Although we don’t know the details [...]Read More »
Apple apologizes for crappy iOS Maps, tells everyone to use Google Maps, Bing Maps, or MapQuest instead
My how has Apple changed since the departure of Steve Jobs. Remember antennagate with the iPhone 4? It took Apple weeks to even acknowledge a problem and then when they did acknowledge, they took longer to come up with a fix and never openly admitted they made a mistake. Fast [...]Read More »
Apple steals clock design from Swiss Federal Railway, adds it to the iPad on iOS 6 without proper licensing
Apple is very outspoken about how it feels “stealing is wrong”, especially when it comes to “iconic” designs. So what happens when Apple itself does the stealing? (I propose a lightning bolt striking Cupertino but that ain’t gunna happen anytime soon.)
According to Tages Anzeiger, a Swiss newspaper, the [...]Read More »
iOS 6 sees Google Maps replaced with iOS Maps. Not happy with iOS Maps? Want Google Maps back? Unfortunately there doesn’t appear to be a standalone Google Maps app on Apple App Store… but there is still a way to get Google Maps back on your iDevice.
You see Safari [...]Read More »
Apple held a much-anticipated event today in San Francisco. Let’s take a look at the major things announced.
As already covered, the iPhone 5 has been officially unveiled. The iPhone 5 features a 4-inch screen with 1136×640 resolution and now shows 5 rows of icons. It is 7.6mm in thickness [...]Read More »
iPhone lovers can finally rejoice as Apple has unveiled the next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 5 today. The company unveiled the long awaited iOS device at a magical event in San Francisco. We heard a lot of pre-release rumors and reports about the iPhone 5 despite Apple chief [...]Read More »
If you own an iPhone, you may not be able to trust the text messages you are receiving. An iOS hacker going by the handle pod2g has pointed out a bug in iOS that allows for text messaging spoofing. In other words, it allows hackers — and what not — [...]Read More »
Google’s YouTube app has been a staple on the homescreens of iOS devices around the world. Not anymore. Continuing its anti-Google stride and following up on the removal of Google Maps from iOS 6, Apple has announced the YouTube app will no longer come preinstalled on devices running iOS 6; [...]Read More »
As Justin reported earlier today, in a move that is expected to bring more tension to the strings between the two smartphone giants, Apple replaced Google Maps for it’s own solution in it’s latest operating system, iOS 6. The latest iteration of iOS, iOS 6 was released amidst the first [...]Read More »
Yesterday Apple unveiled iOS 6. The next version of the iOS family is said to include 200 new features, according to Scott Forstall Senior VP of iOS.
Some of the new features includes a completely new Maps app, Facebook integration, Siri for iPad, and FaceTime over mobile networks.
A beta [...]Read More »