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2008-03-31 Wolfson audio chips not in Apple's next iPods?
Wolfson Microelectronics is believed to have lost out in its bid to supply Apple's next-generation iPods with audio chips.
2006-05-29 Will Creative's patent suit sour Apple's core?
Creative recently filed a patent suit against Apple, claiming the user interface in the iPod directly infringes upon a patent used in its own portable media players.
2012-10-29 Will Apple stumble as it increases its iPad pace?
Apple has started to push the pace to keep ahead of the tablet competition, but will it be able to maintain its increased strides.
2016-05-05 Will Apple mark the end of 3.5mm headphones?
Since Apple's already navigated the 30-pin to Lightning transition, what's the incremental motivation to additionally drop the legacy headphone jack connection?
2012-08-21 WiFi Direct, Miracast challenge Apple's AirPlay
WiFi Direct supports peer-to-peer connections between WiFi devices, while Miracast (WiFi Display) supports display of video content from tablets, smartphones and other devices to the TV.
2015-07-14 Why the Apple Watch won me over
Amid the barrage of attacks directed towards the Apple Watch, one blogger intends to set things straight to put things in perspective as regards the smartwatch from Apple.
2015-12-18 Why did Apple buy Maxim's fab?
Regardless of its speculative nature, news like Apple's acquisition of Maxim's fab creates a great window to look into the wants and needs of the Cupertino giant.
2015-05-04 What's inside an Apple Watch?
The teardown of the Apple Watch Sport 38mm by IHS Technology shows a bill of materials of $81.20 with the cost of production rising to $83.70 when the $2.50 manufacturing expense is added.
2011-08-26 What happens to Apple now?
An Ovum analyst believes that the effect of Job's resignation will take a while before it impacts Apple and the industries it competes with.
2015-06-30 What chips are inside Apple Watch?
The good news for the winners of the design slotsSTMicroelectronics, NXP, AMS, Dialog Semiconductoris that Yole reckons the wearable electronic equipment will grow steadily.
2014-07-23 Vietnam's FPT denies Apple buyout
ICT titan FPT plays a role in Apple's regional push only as a premium reseller of Apple devices in Vietnam. While FPT and Apple have forged a strong partnership, the two parties have never discussed a potential acquisition, said an FPT official.
2003-09-19 Using Apple Events and the PPC Toolbox to communicate with LabVIEW Applications on the Macintosh
This application note describes how to use Apple Events and the PPC Toolbox to communicate with LabVIEW applications on the Macintosh
2015-05-22 Updates released for Apple Watch, Android Wear smartwatches
Apple and Google recently began distributing system updates to their wearables, adding some new features as well as eliminating a series of bugs on their operating systems.
2015-10-21 University wins infringement case against Apple
Apple was ordered to pay the University of Wisconsin $234 million in damages after a Wisconsin court decided that Apple's A7, A8 and A8X application processors had infringed its patent.
2013-06-26 TSMC, Apple lock three year FinFET agreement
According to a report from Digitmes, TSMC is expected to begin supplying Apple with a processor called A8 in July 2013 made on 20nm CMOS.
2011-03-15 TSMC poised to take bigger 'bite of apple'
Apple's decision to award A5 processor orders to TSMC is seen as inevitable, given the latter's capacity and technological strengths, as well as a lack of potential conflicts of interest.
2003-11-18 Trans Intl memory modules suits Apple ibook
Trans Intl has announced the availability of a 1GB DDR memory upgrade module for the Apple ibook G4 800MHz, 933MHz, and 1GHz model.
2003-09-04 Trans 1GB memory suits Apple Powerbook system
Trans Intl has released a 1GB DDR266 DDR memory module for the Apple Powerbook G4.
2007-12-11 The year in review: Apple's crest
Apple took the limelight in Q2 this year with the rollout of exciting consumer devicesthe Apple TV in late March and later the much-hyped iPhone in June.
2008-11-03 Teardowns provide renewed opportunities for Apple
Teardowns of current products are insightful, but teardowns of older products that failed can provide broader perspective.
2011-03-16 Teardowns prove Apple A5 chip is Samsung-made
UBM TechInsights' teardown analysis of the A5 chip show details indicating Samsung made the chip in its 45nm process, the same process and fab Apple used for its previous generation A4 SoC.
2012-11-19 Tear Down: Apple's A6X under the microscope
Specialists at UBM TechInsights recently took Apple's A6X processor under the knife and microscope.
2015-05-18 Taptic engine, tattoos spell trouble for Apple Watch
Demand for the Apple Watch has outstripped supply during the initial launch period. The small number of wearables trickling out to end-users can be blamed on trouble with the taptic engine.
2010-05-14 Take a peek inside Apple's A4 processor
UBM TechInsights has analyzed the iPad and the A4 to establish some facts about the product and the processor.
2011-07-26 Taiwan IC industry to benefit from Apple
Many Taiwan semiconductor companies, as well as packaging companies, are set to benefit from Apple's spending cycle.
2013-10-23 Tablet sales up 53% as Apple releases 5th Gen iPad
Gartner's latest report found that the sales of traditional PCs and Notebooks will decline by 11.2 per cent while tablet sales will go up to 53.4 per cent.
2015-10-20 Spotlight on the Apple A9 processor: Samsung vs. TSMC
Test revealed that while the chip from both foundries are supposed to perform identically, the manufacturing processes used by TSMC and Samsung are not the same.
2007-06-19 Sony fields Apple TV challenger
Sony has announced plans to ship a device for streaming Web video to an HDTV, launching the company's first challenger to the Apple TV.
2015-12-16 Secret Apple lab in Taiwan develops new displays
The new Apple facility in Longtan employs at least 50 engineers and other workers developing new screens for iPhone, iPads and other Apple devices, according to Bloomberg's unnamed sources.
2012-08-09 Samsung, Apple war touches icon confusion
Despite allegations that Samsung devices have icons that are somewhat similar to Apple's, a Samsung attorney said a majority of the icons used differ noticeably from each device.
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