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Apple Hires Samsung Semiconductor Executive

Apple has hired Samsung’s chief semiconductor system architect in a move which is bound to heighten speculation about Apple’s attempts to reduce its dependence on Samsung components for its products. Click here for more.


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Apple Fixes Licensing Problem with Copy of Swiss Railway Clock

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and Apple have reached an agreement on the use of SBB’s station clock on certain devices such as iPads and iPhones. Click here for more.


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Apple Fixes Licensing Problem with Copy of Swiss Railway Clock

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and Apple have reached an agreement on the use of SBB’s station clock on certain devices such as iPads and iPhones. Click here for more.


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Majority of BlackBerry Trade-Ins at T-Mobile Switch to Apple iPhone

T-Mobile USA’s controversial offer to BlackBerry customers to trade their phones in for an Apple iPhone appears to have worked for the mobile network. Click here for more.


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Apple Pushing for Larger Screen Sizes in iPhone 6 Models

There is more evidence that Apple is working on two new iPhone handsets with larger screens than their current models. Click here for more.


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Xiaomi and Apple Tie for the Top Position as the Wearables Market Swells 17.9% During the First Quarter, According to IDC

The worldwide wearables market maintained its upward trajectory during the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17) with Xiaomi and Apple leading all companies and multiple products experiencing double- and triple-digit growth. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, companies shipped a total of 24.7 million wearable devices during 1Q17, up 17.9% from the 20.9 million units shipped in 1Q16. Click here for more.


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Motorola DROID RAZR vs Apple iPhone 4S – vídeo comparativo

Breve comparação do DROID Motorola RAZR e Apple iPhone 4S.

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Apple limits support for European LTE bands

The page on Apple's website outlining the iPhone 5's LTE band compatibility

Only one of the three spectrum bands supported by the European version of Apple’s iPhone 5 is a European LTE band; a decision described by one industry consultancy as “really odd”. According to Apple’s website, the new handset supports LTE bands 1 (2100MHz), 3 (1800MHz) and 5 (850MHz). In Europe LTE is being deployed at 2.6GHz and the European digital dividend band of 800MHz, as well as 1800MHz.

This decision could cause problems for a number of European operators that don’t have 1800MHz spectrum in any quantity. As things stand in the UK, which has been in the headlines itself this week thanks to EE’s forthcoming launch, Vodafone and O2 will not be able to make a great deal of use of the iPhone 5 when they eventually get their LTE spectrum, unless they re-farm some of what they currently use for 3G services.

“In Europe LTE is not deployed in Band 1 (2.1GHz). Furthermore Band 5 is not the European 800MHz Digital Dividend band – that would be Band 20 (CEPT 800),” said Stefan Zehle, CEO of industry consultancy Coleago. “This is really odd, perhaps Apple made a mistake in its website publication and it should read Band 20 (CEPT 800), Band 3 (1800 MHz), and Band 7 (2.6GHz). This band combination is the normal European LTE phone specification, as used for example for the Samsung Galaxy LTE model sold by Vodafone Germany and others.”

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Apple Announces LTE Enabled iPhone 5 Smartphone

Apple has shown off the long-anticipated upgrade for its iPhone range, with the LTE enabled iPhone 5. Click here for more.


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Mixed Fortunes for Apple this Past Christmas – Report

Both Amazon and Microsoft appears to have done well over the Christmas period in sales of tablets, while Apple did well in smartphone sales, Click here for more.


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