Apple is gearing up for the iPhone 5′s launch in China, tracking down all the necessary certifications it requires ahead of launch, and now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that China Telecom, the country’s third-largest operator, will offer it by early December, if not earlier, echoing statements made by Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Almost exactly a month ago, Google’s Motorola Mobility filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Apple with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in Washington. Today, the ITC announced its decision to institute a formal investigation of Motorola’s claims.
OMG. Apple says "Take photos while recording" Doesn't that makes them thieves?? HTC sense 4 did that first!
HTC get your lawyers and sue those thieves!
Apple sued Samsung because they stole the style of the iPhone... I think HTC will do the same to Apple..
Oh... also the new iphone 5 can take Panorama photos!!!!!! Amazing!!!!! o_O Wow! Unbielevable!!!
Apple has fired a lawsuit in Samsung’s direction, accusing the electronics giant of copying “the look and feel” of the iPad tablet and iPhone for it’s Galaxy S 4G, Epic 4G, Galaxy Tab, and Nexus S handset, so claims the Wall Street Journal.
Next week, Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone complete with a new dock connector, finally putting to bed the 30-pin design that’s been in use since time immemorial (so long as you can’t remember past nine years ago, like me).