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Tech legend Steve Jobs unveiled the iconic Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) iPhone 17 years ago. While it launched with a responsive touchscreen and changed the smartphone industry forever, Jobs didn''t begin with the slick design that the iPhone eventually launched with in 2007 . What Happened : An internal email revealed in the Apple versus Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. (OTCPK: SSNLF) trial that Jobs took inspiration from the latter''s flip phone. "This may be our answer," Jobs said, referring to the Samsung "Fashionphone," a flip phone with a circular dial pad. Jobs thought Apple could use the iPod''s click wheel to let users dial numbers and type characters. While this might seem like an impractical design, especially for something as revolutionary as the iPhone, it shows where Jobs and Apple began. Steve Jobs on iPhone design October 5, 2005 pic.twitter.com/no3UhHcOnx — Internal Tech Emails (@TechEmails) … Full story available on Benzinga.com
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Apple is reportedly speeding up development of the long-rumored Apple Ring wearable smart ring that would continuously collect… The post Reports of ‘imminent’ Apple Ring is bad news for Oura, Movano, Samsung appeared first on MacDailyNews .
Picture the scene: you''ve had an enjoyable day of playing around in mixed reality using Apple''s Vision Pro headset. Once you''re done for the night, you carefully pack the Vision Pro away while leaving the battery pack connected and soft front cover attached. But when you wake up to begin a new day of work while wearing the $3,500 headset, you spot a problem: a hairline crack has formed on the front cover glass. That''s a problem that at least a few users have encountered, according to a handful of reports on Reddit . It''s unclear how many units have been affected, though MacRumors suggests it''s a small number. The issue occurred on Engadget''s review unit as well. The cause of the problem is not yet known. But the similar appearance of the cracks and apparently small number of impacted units suggests that it''s down to a manufacturing flaw. Engadget has contacted Apple for comment. If Apple doesn''t officially recognize the issue as a manufacturing defect, it may not cover the crack under the device''s warranty.
Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge I was really hoping I wouldn’t have to do this again . Last year, it seemed like there was no reason to believe Spotify would ever roll out its long-delayed HiFi lossless streaming feature, which was announced in 2021 and then never mentioned again. But then, one of the company’s co-presidents kept hope alive , telling my colleague Alex Heath “we are going to do it.” That was in March 2023. And now here we find ourselves, three years and one day after Spotify HiFi’s buzzy original announcement , and still nothing. Like always, there are signs that the company is continuing to work on HiFi — although it’s unlikely to be called that anymore. And unlike rival services, you’re likely going to have to pay a lot more for it, whenever it actually arrives. The current presumption is that high-resolution and lossless streaming will be packaged into an upcoming, more expensive “Supremium” tier that will include a slew of other exclusive perks; we’ve even seen Spotify’s branding for the plan .
What you need to know about the company, its importance to AI and whether the stock market boom is sustainable Investor excitement over artificial intelligence reached a new peak this week when better-than-expected results from chipmaker Nvidia drove stock markets in three continents to record highs . The rally began on Thursday and continued into Friday, as Nvidia overtook Google’s parent group, Alphabet, to become the third most valuable company in the US. Its market capitalisation hit $2tn, surpassed only by Microsoft and Apple. Continue reading…