Apple has been heavily promoting subscriptions by throwing the spotlight on subscription-based apps offering free trials to new users in a new App Store section.
According to a recent report, Samsung may soon face increased competition from LG and Sharp as the sole OLED panel supplier for Apple iPhones this year.
According to a recent report, Apple is facing over 26 lawsuits on the topic of the company’s throttling of processors in older iPhones.
Apple retail stores are now offering $29 iPhone battery replacement program for older iPhones and the company has confirmed the same in its “letter to customers”.
Two of the biggest Android phone makers – Samsung and LG – have just confirmed that unlike Apple they do not slow down phones with older batteries.
HTC and Motorola have both issued statements that they do not throttle the performance of their phones processors as their batteries age.
Apple has issued a public apology for slowing down older iPhones with degraded batteries and promised an iOS update that offers users more insight into their battery’s health.
Today, Sprint announced Buy One, Get One (BOGO) offer for Apple iPhone 8 that will only be available until the end of 2017.
Apple is facing its first class-action lawsuit after admitting that it is purposefully slowing down older iPhones to improve battery life and prevent unexpected shutdowns.
In an official statement, Apple revealed that it “smooths out” the maximum power draw of iPhones with older batteries to prevent a shutdown and spreads that out over a few cycles.
According to a recent report, Chinese clothing brand Kon has recently filed a lawsuit against Apple for copyright infringement as Apple’s App Store logo bears a resemblance to its logo.
An Apple spokesperson confirmed that iTunes will not arrive at the Windows Store before the end of the year, citing a need for the time to “get it right”.