Archive | January 10th, 2013

Phil Schiller dismisses cheap iPhone rumors

10. January 2013

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Over the past few days, there have been a number of reports pointing to Apple possibly releasing a lower-cost iPhone sometime in 2013. To that end, Phil Schiller recently sat down for an interview with the Shanghai Evening News where he effectively dispelled the notion that Apple would produce a cheaply made iPhone. “At first, [...]

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When Steve Jobs tried to save Mark Hurd’s job as HP CEO

10. January 2013

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A recent story from Bloomberg shines some light on Steve Jobs’ efforts to save the job of Mark Hurd, the former Hewlett Packard CEO who resigned following reports of inappropriate conduct with respect to a sexual harassment claim. A company probe uncovered no sexual harassment claim but found that Hurd’s actions were not in line with [...]

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Tim Cook loves Chinese culture, has Chinese sister-in-law, and is working to hasten the rollout of new Apple products in mainland China

10. January 2013

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Well Tim Cook sure does love China. Not only is he optimistic about Apple’s business prospects in the country, he also happens to be a big fan of the country and the culture, having visited there over 20 times over the years. In a wide-ranging interview with Sina Technology, Cook opened up about all things [...]

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Tim Cook meets with China Mobile chairman Xi Gouhua, says cellular iPad Mini coming to China later this month

10. January 2013

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Yesterday we reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook travelled to China this week, marking his second visit to the country in just 10 months. With Cook’s trip presumably still underway, we’re starting to hear just what dear ole’ Cook has been up to over the past few days. First off, Cook revealed in an interview [...]

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Apple now locking app screenshots upon approval to thwart scamware

10. January 2013

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In a welcome move designed to thwart the efforts of scamware on the iTunes App Store, Apple announced yesterday via its Developer Portal that app screenshots uploaded and approved by the app review team will remain locked. Apple notes: Beginning January 9, app screenshots will be locked in iTunes Connect once your app has been approved. [...]

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