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Another iPhone 4 prototype has been spotted on eBay by 9to5Mac. Unlike previous prototypes, this phone has a logo that looks like the Poké Ball from Nintendo's Pokémon card and video games.
Samsung began its countersuit against Apple by calling Dr. Woodward Yang, who testified that Apple infringed several Samsung patents related to email, photo browsing, and music playback.
We first heard about a presentation Apple made to Samsung about copying its devices in today's testimony, and now the entire document has been filed — and it levies some serious accusations not just at Samsung, but at Google and Android as well.
A recent court filing has provided a look inside Apple's iPhone design process, revealing that the company looked to Sony for design inspiration for one prototype, and that some internally felt the design that would eventually become the iPhone 4 "looked old" when compared to a iPod Mini-inspired model.
Apple must face class-action lawsuit for location tracking, but judge dismisses Google and other defendants
We heard last month that Apple would have to go ahead and face a class-action lawsuit because of last year's location-tracking scandal, but US District Judge Lucy Koh just narrowed the scope of the case a bit.
While Apple may have the majority of its customers using the latest version of iOS 5, every new software update typically breaks compatibility with a round of older devices. iOS 6 is no exception — we've already learned that the original iPad and third-generation iPod touch wouldn't receive the update at all, but even devices receiving iOS 6 will miss out on some key features.
Mophie Juice Pack Pro rugged iPhone battery pack 'exceeds military specifications,' available for $129.95
The Mophie Juice Pack Pro is a 2,500mAh iPhone battery case that's ruggedized to military standards. It's out now for $129.95.
Two separate iPhone part suppliers have leaked nearly identical-looking versions of what appears to be a backplat for Apple's next iPhone, both of which support rumors of the next iPhone's lengthened body and redesigned dock connector.
Former iPhone owner Katy McCaffrey now has a public Facebook photo album that she shares with an unwitting partner: a Disney cruise ship employee named Nelson who's been snapping photos on the stolen smartphone and automatically uploading them to McCaffrey's Facebook account.
The new iPad has been released in twelve new markets, including South Korea, and the iPhone 4 and 4S have been launched on five local carriers, with a sixth to follow.
iPhone 4 users who did not accept a free bumper can now apply for a $15 settlement fee in the "Antennagate" class action lawsuit.
The Dow Jones reports that Sprint CFO Joe Euteneuer said today at an investor conference that the company is free to offer a potential future Apple iPhone using 4G LTE, though he didn't say explicitly whether Apple had such an iPhone planned.