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Sure, Samsung wants everyone to believe that only lame, vest-wearing parents dig the iPhone, but a new report from Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster suggests that kids these days still prefer Apple’s iPhone.
Last December, Italy’s competition and marketing authority, the AMCG, fined Apple 900,000 Euros ($1.13 million) for not informing their Italian customers of their right to a free, two-year warranty, as well as rights to free technical assistance.
Apple products are hot in New York. According to the New York Police Department, theft of Apple goods grew larger than overall crime last year.
Apple Inc, the producer of aluminum, glass and steel products which aren’t recommended for consumption, are suing Polish online grocer A.pl over trademark issues.
The next Apple iPhone is expected to be one hell of a device: 4-ish-inch screen, possible quad-core processor and a new, more powerful iOS. However, all of these substantial benefits are completely moot if they can’t be delivered to you the new, in-cell technology display.
Timothy Donald Cook, Born in Alabama on November 1, 1960, is a Business Executive, CEO of Apple and serves on the company's Board of Directors. Tim Cook grew up in Robertsdale, Alabama, near Mobile. He graduated from Robertsdale High School and earned a B.S. degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University in 1982. He earned his M.B.A. from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in 1988. Cook didn't start out as CEO Though. That Job, had been held by Steve Jobs. Cook has...
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