Apple is facing an 11-count class action suit over its role in iTunes gift card scams. Here are all the details on this.
According to a new report by Reuters, Qualcomm is now trying to ban the sale of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR in the country, too.
The controversy surrounding Apple's decision to artificially limit the speed at which some of its iPhone CPUs would run in order to improve battery stability continues to rumble on, and the company has been fined by Italy's Authority for Market and Competition consumer watchdog as a result. Samsung has also been dragged into the mess, receiving its own fine as a result.
For as long as there have been smartphone ambassadors, there have also been the same ambassadors being caught using competing devices, but Samsung is taking things to a whole new level by deciding to sue one of its brand ambassadors for a cool $1.6 million for the same mistake.
Those who were using an iPhone back between June 2011 and February 2012 could be in for a mini windfall, with a campaign group seeking to take Google to task over the way it was able to circumvent the iPhone's privacy settings that should have prevented it from tracking users.
A court in South Korea has sentenced 49-year-old Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong to five years in prison following a trial as a result of allegations of corruption.
Users may be owed a few dollars as the result of a lengthy court battle in which Apple and a number of developers are accused of uploading contacts to their servers without permission.
It's taken six whole years for the Apple Vs. Samsung case as both parties head to the United States Supreme Court today to fight the case on design similarities between the pair's smartphones.
Apple has a new class action lawsuit hanging over its head. This class action suit accuses Apple of applying deceptive marketing techniques and practices, as well as false advertising, over the performance of iOS 9 on older supported devices. Basically, a decent-sized number of individuals are claiming that Apple's claim that iOS 9 is "compatible" with the iPhone 4s is fundamentally incorrect, and that the latest version of iOS "significantly interferes" with the performance of the handset.
A few weeks ago, Samsung sent a note to U.S. Courts stating that they believed that the iPhone 5 infringed upon multiple patents and that they expected to take Apple to the court over it after carefully analyzing the device. We discussed this in detail in an earlier post. Today, as expected, Samsung has filed a lawsuit against Apple.