• Apple May Drop Touch ID in the Next iPhone

    3 days ago - By ExtremeTech

    According to a new report from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple could drop its Touch ID system completely in the next iPhone.
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  • Qualcomm wants to ban iPhone sales and manufacturing in China - CNET

    Qualcomm wants to ban iPhone sales and manufacturing in China - CNET

    3 days ago - By CNET

    Qualcomm fires the latest salvo in the long-standing legal dispute with Apple.
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  • Apple Pencil for iPhone 12 tipped in Korea

    Apple Pencil for iPhone 12 tipped in Korea

    3 days ago - By SlashGear

    A new tip on Apple's stylus-laden future has come to light, this time making a play for the next-generation iPhone. We're so extremely far away from the next iPhone right now that I'm taking a total stab in the dark with the name iPhone 12 - it could also be the iPhone Pro, or the iPhone 11 (even though X...
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  • Qualcomm fires another shot at Apple with a new lawsuit in China

    Qualcomm fires another shot at Apple with a new lawsuit in China

    3 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Qualcomm has filed a lawsuit against Apple in its continuing legal battle over patents, this time looking to block the manufacturing and sale of iPhones in China, according to a report by Bloomberg this morning. It's another shot at Apple as the companies continue to duel with Apple regarding payments for its technology. Apple filed a $1 billion lawsuit with Qualcomm in January and the...
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  • Qualcomm wants Apple to stop production and sales of iPhones in China

    Qualcomm wants Apple to stop production and sales of iPhones in China

    3 days ago - By Android Central

    Qualcomm's latest lawsuit seeks to end all sales and production of the iPhone in China.
    Qualcomm's been in hot water ever since the beginning of 2017 when Apple issued an antitrust lawsuit against the company, and the battle between the two has been playing out ever since. In the most recent development , Qualcomm is now filing a lawsuit against Apple with the intent of having all iPhone production and sales halted in China.
    Although China isn't Apple's most profitable country for iPhone sales, it is where the majority of the devices are manufactured. Qualcomm filed the suit claiming that...
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  • Apple reportedly wants to launch a stylus-wielding iPhone ‘as early as 2019'

    3 days ago - By Pocketnow

    Apple's first ever iPhone stylus could see daylight as early as 2019, according to The Investor's "industry sources", despite what Steve Jobs once said.
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