Noam Lazebnik, a Breaking bad TV show fan from Ohio sued Apple for providing a false Season Pass for the show. The fifth and the last season of Breaking Bad is divided into two parts and Apple’s $22.99 season pass for iTunes was only effective for the first half although it is not meant to work that way. A proper action against this act by Apple has yet to be decided.
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New photos leaked of the iPhone 5C’s logic board show its great similarities with the iPhone 5S logic board. The iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C are the two iPhone products Apple is going to announce on its coming iPhone event in California. The logic board of the iPhone 5C is however covered with the shielding which conceals the internal structure but appearance wise, it is very similar to the iPhone 5S board.
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The new Apple TV will not be announced on the Apple’s September event. Rumors spread that Apple will also be announcing the New Apple TV alongside the new iPhones on this September event but as it turns out, that was just a rumor and one thing’s confirm for now, the new TV is at least not being released in the coming week. Apple however will be announcing about the various new updates to be provided into it.
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Apple will release its new Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks to the public by the end of this October. The news isn’t directly opened up by Apple as yet, rather by some other reliable sources that have the insights of Apple’s whereabouts.
Originally, the release was scheduled to be made this month but due to some technical problems maybe Apple had to delay it until the end of next month. This is expected to be boosting up the Apple’s poor market share by adding new and unique plus useful functionalities.
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A leading game company, Activision has just released a brand new game Call of Duty: Strike Team for iOS devices.
The game set is in the year 2020, and puts the mission to lead a Joint Special Operations Team to take down this enemy.
The game features an ability to switch between first-person view to the third-person almost anytime while you’re playing. With two main playing mode, Campaign and Survival, the game claims you to experience an immersive single player “full of epic” and “cinematic moments in various locations around the world”.
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Apple, today releases the ninth Developer Preview, the build 12F36 for its OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.5. This comes two weeks ahead of the previous seed of the build 12F35 and just a day after Apple seeded the seventh OSX Mavericks developer preview. The update is available as a software update in the Mac App store as well as on the Mac Dev Center for download. However, this update isn’t believed to be as major as its predecessors but will come in handy to the developers anyways. Apple believes its new OSX will be a major improvement over the previous and will greatly improve the OSX’s market share. A new seed for Safari 6.1 is also made available for developers.
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Apple today started sending out invitations for its September 10 grand event also titled unofficially as the iPhone event with a purpose to introduce its new and really powerful iPhone products to the public officially. The event will commence at 10 AM Pacific time at the Apple’s head quarters in Cupertino, California.
With the event tagline “This should brighten everyone’s day”, the event is expected to be unleashing something really worth the wait. Time however, will only tell if the rumours and leaks were right or not.
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The war between Mac and Windows is a never ending one, especially because of being heated up equally by both the sides. But, the actual statistical studies has some really bad news for one of the side here. Recent analysis show that Mac OS X has even dropped below the Microsoft’s Windows 8, in the total market share.
Windows 8 was lagging behind the Mac OS X in market share at the start of the month August by about 1%. The situation today seems to be the opposite as Mac OS X now lags behind Windows 8. The three different versions of the Mac OS X sum up to provide a total of 6.72% market share compared with the 7.4% share held by Microsoft’s Windows 8.
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It hasn’t been so long since Plants vs Zombies 2 is released, but it has already reached over 25 million download milestone, which is more than total number of downloads for its original part, Plants vs Zombies.
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Apple’s iOS7 is about to launch probably alongside the new iPhones in September. Compared to the iOS 6, iOS 7 have slightly enlarged the Home screen icons.
To overcome with the interface issues, the apps developer needs to incorporate big size icons in their applications. iOS 7 icons are slightly larger with 120×120 pixel resolution where iOS 6 icons have 114×114 resolution. With regard to iPad, iOS 6 icons resolution is 114×114, in iOS 7 the resolution is 152×152.
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