The parts that make up Apple’s iPhone 4 are estimated to cost about $18 more per unit than HTC’s Droid Incredible, despite the two products costing the same at retail, according to hardware analyst firm ISuppli.
You advertise an app within an app because that way, the idea is more likely to stick. We’re calling it Appception.
Behold the marketing speak.
A developer at Adobe Systems figuratively dislodged his tongue from his cheek on Tuesday after demonstrating a video calling system that carried a name strikingly similar to Apple’s FaceTime.
The software prepared by Mark Doherty, Adobe’s Flash platform evangelist, was called FlashTime.
Allowing a potential fight over press freedoms to blow over, Gizmodo and its lawyers have opted to cooperate with investigators looking into the case of the misplaced iPhone 4 prototype — a case that put a spotlight on Apple Inc. and Silicon Valley law enforcement earlier this year.
We expect Apple to address the iPhone 4’s antenna hubbub head on. Check back on Friday at 10 a.m. Pacific.
Watch out, app addicts.
Apple Inc. said Tuesday it has banned a Vietnamese developer from its popular applications store after he allegedly engaged in fraudulent activity.
The company also removed an undisclosed number of applications from the iTunes store, which offers free and paid applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Months after an Apple employee left a pre-release iPhone in a pub, a different kind of bar is giving Apple headaches.