It’s not always rainbows where Tim Cook is standing on the threshold of Apple. In fact, the CEO is receiving flak from the recent storm of problems that hit the Cupertino headquarters. Are these effects of the post-Steve Jobs era?
A few days before the official market release and pre-orders for the iPhone 5, numerous Foxconn Technology workers for the iPhone production plant in Taiyuan, China walked out and rallied against the unjust workload set by the management. Is Apple really burdening their Chinese workers?
The multinational corporation, Yahoo! is reportedly shifting to the Apple territory, probably to bash their rival Google (just like what the tech giant has been doing lately). Looks like the iMakers would have to produce and sell iPhone units double time for this big time company!
If you haven’t heard of the term ‘UDID Activation’ before, you’re probably not an all-out Apple addict yet. But if you have tried having your UDID activated before (probably back when Apple was about to sell iPhone 4 and you were stuck with your iPhone 3GS), you’re probably aware that it’s not quite legal, especially if it was dirt cheap to get a beta version of the latest iOS.
Since people are now becoming more interested in selling an iPhone for cash to get an Android smartphone, the tech giant may have concocted ways to rid of the search engine monster in some way or another.