You might remember that when Apple finally confirmed to the world that its tablet-based iPhone on steroids would be called the iPad, that it was noted that the iPad trademark didn't belong to Apple but to Fujitsu. Well, just in time for the launch Apple now owns the iPad trademark:
Your next Mac could be assembled in America. Apple is assembling at least some of the new, ultra-thin iMacs within the USA. The backside stamp containing the serial code and FCC logo generally says “Designed by Apple in California.
If you recall: the UK courts recently found that Samsung actually didn’t infringe on various Apple iPad patents and subsequently ruled Apple had to give Samsung some satisfaction. Well Apple didn’t take too kindly of that and demonstrated its defiance to the courts’ decision and issued an arrogant apology.
When talking about Apple’s rise from near-bankruptcy to become the most valuable company in the world, people often credit the amazing string of products from the iMac to the iPod to the iPhone to the iPad. And rightfully so.
Billions of years after Apple re-popularised the “all-in-one” desktop PC that’s all screen and no “box”, Toshiba has finally entered the desktop PC market with its own “all-in-one”, presenting it as a digital hub – just like Apple!
Apple has ensured that one of its iMac models is now available at the magic sub-$1000 price point in the US education market, continuing Apple’s appeal to the education sector albeit at the cost of less powerful specs.