It’s been just over a month since Judge Cote okayed the settlement agreement between Apple and the DOJ over Apple’s role in the 2010 conspiracy to raise and fix ebook prices, and the first legal notices are starting to go out to consumers affected by the settlement.
Amazon sent out an email to Kindle customers early this morning. I got a copy, and it is quoted below. It’s quite long, and if you haven’t been following this topic closely it is worth a read. The letter is a legal notice that details a consumer’s rights under the settlement, as well as how and when consumers might receive a share of the settlement. Continue reading
In light of Apple launching a couple smartphones and announcing a couple smartwatches, I thought it appropriate to look back at one of Apple’s previous ground-breaking products.
In 2009 Apple debuted a Macbook which replaced the keyboard with an iPod-inspired scroll wheel. Sadly, the design did not catch on and only a single model was released.
Here’s a news report from 2009: Continue reading
With Apple’s next press event less than 24 hours away, a new leak may just have offered the first proof that the mounting rumors are true: there is an iWatch in the works.
A couple hours ago an anonymous redditor posted a set of slides which may show parts from the iWatch. Continue reading
News of a new lawsuit against Apple crossed my desk this morning.
From GigaOm: Continue reading
Never one to pass up an opportunity to make pr hay at the expense of their competition, Apple started a new promotion yesterday in the iBookstore which featured George Orwell. Re/code noticed the change, and they posted a screenshot: Continue reading
The antitrust lawsuits brought by 3 ebook retailers took an unexpected turn on Thursday when Judge Denise Cote ordered the 3 plaintiffs to enter into mediation with the Price Fix 6 to settle claims that Apple and 5 US publishers had conspired in 2010 to raise and fix ebook prices.
According to PW: Continue reading
New photos showed up in Taiwan late Friday night which appear to show the screen panel and other parts for the larger iPhone 6 model.
Apple Daily hasn’t revealed where they got the photos, but they say that we’re looking at components for what they say is going to be called the iPhone 6L, Apple’s soon to be flagship phablet. Continue reading
We’re still a month away from Apple showing us what the real iPhone 6 will look like, but the clones have been popping up left and right and they’re getting cheaper. Charbax is in Shenzhen right now and he got his hands on a exceedingly cheap iPhone 6 clone. Continue reading
The launch date for the next iPad is still the stuff of rumors but one source says that the new hardware is already making its way down the assembly line.
Bloomberg reported this morning that we’re going to see a couple new iPads this fall: Continue reading
Apple’s eagerly anticipated iPhone 6 isn’t going to launch for another month, but one UK tech blog would have you believe that they got their hands on the new smartphone – and in a retail box no less.
Earlier today TechRadar posted an exclusive set of photos which appear to show the iPhone 6. According to their source, this is supposed to be a beta unit. Continue reading