The iPhone 5 camera isn’t bugging out, Apple and Samsung are trading barbs once again, and a major partner suggests that Microsoft’s next OS may ship a bit moth-eaten. The remainders for Wednesday, September 26, 2012 are feeling buggy.
The iPhone 5′s camera “suffering” from ‘purple haze’ flaw? Not so fast (The Next Web)
Matthew Panzarino debunks the panic over the so-called “purple haze” bug in the iPhone 5’s camera. But can he explain why my iPhone’s entire music library is now filled exclusive with Jimi Hendrix? Can he?
Apple, Samsung at odds over jury misconduct allegation (Ars Technica)
Apple and Samsung are disputing whether or not the jury foreman in the recently concluded patent trial used information not formally presented during the case. Samsung is requesting a new trial or judgment in its favor—Apple, on the other hand, says that the claims are without merit. Oh, please please please let us have a new trial. I think we’ve all felt a little empty since the last one wrapped up.
Windows 8 Bugs Hurt Microsoft, Intel Chief Said to Say (Bloomberg)
Intel CEO Paul Otellini told workers at the chip company that Microsoft is releasing Windows 8 before it’s ready, but will totally fix all the bugs after the OS ships. It’s almost hard to believe Microsoft would adopt this kind of strategy.