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Class action lawsuit seeks damages for the performance of iOS 9 on the iPhone 4s
A bunch of iPhone 4s users aren't happy with the performance of iOS 9 on their smartphones.
| December 30
Apple will go to court for 'locking' iPod owners into its iTunes ecosystem
Apple could end up going to court in November over its handling of the iPod line.
| October 4
Apple is no longer seeking a permanent injunction in Samsung lawsuit
Apple recently dropped its cross-appeal of Judge Lucy Koh's final judgement in its 2012 Samsung patent trial.
| July 29
Following Calls From Plaintiffs, Judge Could Reject Apple's Anti-Poaching Settlement
It looks like U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh could reject the anti-poaching settlement put forward by Apple, Google, and two other companies.
| June 20
Apple Outlines The Legal Process For Obtaining User Data In New Document
Apple is offering both users and law enforcement officials more information on how and when user data can be requested.
| May 8
Forget Samsung: Jury Foreman Suggests Apple Should Sue Google, Instead
Should Apple go after Google for iOS-related patent damages?
| May 6
Jury Finds Samsung Guilty Of Infringing Apple's Patents, Awards $119.6 Million
Samsung must pay Apple at least $119.6 million, a jury has decided.
| May 3
Apple's Relationship With Monitor Michael Bromwich Has 'Significantly Improved'
Apple seems to be getting along with Michael Bromwich a little better following the company's original complaint.
| April 15
Android Chief Claims Google Invented Key Features Before Apple
As part of Apple's ongoing trial against Samsung, an Android executive has claimed that his team never strived to "copy" the iPhone.
| April 12
Apple Has Experts Explain Its $2.2 Billion Damages Claim Against Samsung
Apple has called on the opinions of two expert economists in its ongoing trial against Samsung.
| April 9
Judge Gives The Go-Ahead For Class Action E-Books Suit Against Apple
Class action status has been granted to an e-books lawsuit against Apple.
| March 29
ZiiLABS Goes After Apple, Samsung For Infringing Its Graphics Patents
Both Apple and Samsung are being targeted in a new patent-related lawsuit.
| March 12
AppAdvice International: iOS 7.1, Canada, Belgium And More
This week we're talking iOS 7.1, Canada's iPhone trade-in program, Belgium, and more.
| March 11
Ahead Of Trial, Apple Loses Another Bid To Have Samsung Products Banned In The US
Apple has failed again to get Samsung devices banned within the United States.
| March 6
Belgian Judge Considered Blocking Apple's Website Due To Misleading Warranties
Apple's website could end up being blocked in Belgium due to an ongoing warranty dispute.
| March 5
Apple Is Now Involved In The Oscar Pistorius Murder Case
Prosecutors are headed to Apple headquarters to get help unlocking Pistorius' iPhone 5.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| February 27
Court Grants Apple's Call To Dismiss Bizarre Siri Lawsuit
One U.S. judge has just dismissed a long standing Siri-related misrepresentation lawsuit.
| February 15
Apple And Samsung Cannot Hammer Out A Deal Ahead Of A March Trial
Apple and Samsung cannot reach an agreement ahead of a new trial.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| February 14
Schiller, Possibly Forstall Expected To Testify In Apple-Samsung Patent Case
Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall, among others, are expected to make an appearance during Apple and Samsung's upcoming patent trial.
| February 14
Court Rules Against Apple's Attempt To Block E-Books Antitrust Monitor
Apple has been dealt a blow in its appeal against Michael Bromwich.
| February 11
Patent Firm VirnetX Holding Corporation To Go After Apple's iPhone 5s, iPad Air
VirnetX Holding Corporation is going after Apple once again.
| January 15
At Last: Apple, Samsung CEOs Both Agree To Patent Dispute Mediation
Could Apple and Samsung come to a final agreement concerning smartphone-related patents?
| January 9
The US Supreme Court Refuses To Enter The Internet Sales Tax Debate
The high court refuses to answer the question of whether Internet retailers should be required to collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| December 2