According to internal documents handed over in an ongoing lawsuit, it would appear Apple was aware about potential design flaws in both devices ahead of their launch.
Apple and Samsung lawyers presented their closing arguments in the ongoing patent infringement lawsuit this Friday, with the jury unable to pass a verdict and scheduled to reconvene this Monday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to be deposed on June 27 in a Qualcomm lawsuit against the Cupertino outfit. Cook has been called to testify in the ongoing legal battle between Apple and its modem supplier, after the latter accused the iPhone maker of spurring regulators into conducting investigations against it.
According to a new court ruling, Google's use of Java in Android "was not fair" use, meaning Google is now potentially on the hook for billions of dollars in damages.
A new twist in the story that saw Apple deliberately slowing down older iPhones with poor quality batteries in them has occurred today, with the news that the U.S. DOJ and the SEC will both investigate whether the company violated securities laws.
Today Apple received some particularly good news following a decision that will prevent Chinese technology company Xiaomi from selling a tablet under the name "Mi Pad" in Europe after the name was deemed too similar to Apple's iPad.
Apple's battle with Qualcomm over patent infringements has today received a shot in the arm after a host of its friends and competitors in the technology world, including Samsung, rallied to offer support.
Qualcomm has asked the ITC to block all imports of a number of iPhone and iPad models in the US, accusing Apple of infringing six of its patents relating to carrier aggregation and technologies that allow iPhones to save battery life.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Thursday reopened an old lawsuit between Apple and Samsung with the latter accused of copying from the design of the iPhone around six years ago.
Nokia today announced that it has filed legal complaints against Apple in both Germany and the United States in which it accuses the Cupertino company of infringing upon its patents.