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The Chinese city of Kunming has stopped 22 fake Apple stores from illegally using the company's iconic trademarks after Apple lodged a complaint with authorities.
Is Apple concocting an iPhone & iCloud sandwich? Rumors say "delicious." Meanwhile, Apple Stores across the UK are clearing out their show floors as a precaution, and Nintendo's investors are asking it why it can't be more friendly with that nice Apple boy down the street.
Can a domain name shed light on a forthcoming Apple product? Ehhh, probably not. Meanwhile, Acer thinks it has the 411 on what consumers really want and Apple files suit against knockoff retail stores closer to home.
Stop. Look. Listen. This week's roundup of iOS accessories allows you to do all those things and more. Here are some of the accessories that have popped up on our radar recently.
Our round-up of legal wrangling in the tech industry returns, with a look at two Apple-related patent cases and an impassioned plea against another big merger.
Emboldened by a previous victory, one of these pesky firms is suing Apple a second time; elsewhere, the new MacBook Air falls to pieces, Apple sets its sights on box eradication, and Samsung backtracks on a poor decision.
Fact: Monkeys love iPhones. And we've got the video footage to prove it. Elsewhere, one blogger finds an unexpected Apple knock-off in China, and Google shuts down a service that's not Google Wave.
For the three months ended on June 25, 2011, Apple recorded sales of $28.57 billion and net profit of $7.31 billion. The numbers were fueled by record iPhone and iPad sales and continued growth of the company's Mac business.
Jason Snell and Dan Moren have live coverage of Apple's conference call with analysts following the company's quarterly earnings statement.
Another week, another round of iOS accessories that prove the versatility of your iPhone and iPad. If you believe the hype, music, golf, driving, and even your health can all be improved with the right add-on.
Samsung has filed an ITC complaint against Apple that requests an import ban on potentially infringing products, including iPhones, iPads, and iPods.
On Tuesday, a day after Apple unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, developers were still sorting through the implications. Some saw threats to their businesses, while some saw opportunities.
With the tenth anniversary of the Apple Store come and gone, Apple has rolled out a new shopping experience at its retail outlets, highlighted by the use of iPad 2s to display product information.