Another month another Chinese being harmed by an iPhone – this time a scratched Cornea!
The snaps are of the rear case of the iPhone 5C rather than the complete handset and these images show a design deviation as compared to what Apple has been doing till now.
Foxconn is strengthening its workforce by commencing a large-scale recruitment drive indicating that the company may very well be preparing for the production of Apple’s next iPhones which are expected later in the year.
Microsoft released a mobile Office app for iOS devices ‘optimized for iPhone’ yesterday and it works only when you have an Office 365 subscription. The app is currently on top of the free iPhone app list according to iOSappStats.com.
According to reports Apple has reportedly returned somewhere between 5 and 8 million iPhones to Foxconn for reasons not confirmed.
Mailbox, a mail client for iPhone, which was regulated up until has opened its doors by removing the queue system and is available for anyone to download and use.
Tim Cook has apologized for the lack of communication in the Chinese consumer market which has led to the belief that Apple is arrogant and doesn’t care about the feedback from consumers.
Apple is always thinking of something new and innovative and now according to a patent published by U.S. patent and Trademark, Apple has vision of an iPhone featuring a wrap-around AMOLED display, all-glass construction and face tracking. This will replace the physical buttons from iPhone and work with the touch gestures and virtual buttons.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the KGI analyst’s fresh reports published on Tueday, Apple will soon opt for Pegatron, one of its manufacturing partners, to fulfill orders of FDD-based and low cost iPhones as well as Apple’s iPhone4 and iPhone4S handsets. Apple has taken this decision towards its goal of diversifying its suppliers.
The iPhone trademark legal issue between Apple and Brazil’s IGB Electronica company is a step closer to getting resolved.