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MacSurfer's Archive: Thursday, June 7, 2012


  • "Can Phil Schiller Keep Apple Cool?" ["Besides helping software chief Scott Forstall and hardware designer Jonathan Ive define new products, Schiller is the steward of Apple's relationship with app developers. He has taken over all of Apple's marketing, including a global advertising budget that hit $933 million last year. And he will increasingly be Apple's public face, a role that should be evident at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting on June 11."]  Bloomberg Businessweek 5:47 PM
  • "How an Apple TV Reboot Could Be the Headline News of WWDC"  Wired 8:20 AM
  • "The New iPad's Closest Competitor? The Old iPad."  AllThingsD 7:59 AM
  • "Exclusive 'iPad Nano' Images Surface"  ZooGue 8:12 AM
  • "Video hands-on with the purported next-generation iPhone metal back"  9 to 5 Mac 7:41 AM
  • "Here's How Much Money A Carrier Brings In From The iPhone" [Shaw Wu with Peter Oppenheimer: "...a $400 subsidy is relatively minor when a carrier is able to collect $1920 in revenue over a 2 year period when signing up a customer to a typical voice+data monthly plan for $80 that it otherwise may not acquire. We believe concerns over lower carrier subsidies is overblown and in addition believe a carrier cannot afford to not carry iPhone as it risks losing market share to a carrier who does."]  Business Insider 9:11 AM
  • "Carriers Can't Afford Not to Carry iPhone, Analyst"  The Mac Observer 6:46 PM
  • "The World's Most Reputable Companies" ["With a global score of 78.49, Apple ranked in the top 10 in eight countries and all seven dimensions of reputation. It was the winner in three of those categories; performance, leadership and innovation. 'Apple has seen its strong corporate brand transform into a strong corporate reputation,' Nielsen says. The company's popularity did not translate into a strong reputation until recently, when it started to build a profile outside of its products, he adds. 'Today Apple is seen as a company that is delivering on all 7 dimensions of reputation, and this broader reputation platform proved its value for Apple when it was able to maintain its high ranking despite the loss of its iconic leader Steve Jobs.'"] Forbes 7:54 AM
  • "Mapping Your Global Reputation with 2012 Global RepTrak™ 100" ["Apple proved that a strong reputation platform could carry it through crisis as they maintained a top spot on the list despite the loss of their iconic leader, Steve Jobs."] Global RepTrak 100 7:57 AM
  • "The World's 25 Most Reputable Companies" [Apple #5] Forbes 7:54 AM
  • "Apple-Motorola jury trial in Chicago canceled, but the lawsuit isn't over yet"  Foss Patents 4:19 PM
  • "Apple, Motorola Mobility Patent Trial Scrapped by U.S. Judge" Bloomberg 4:19 PM
  • "Judge cancels Chicago jury trial in Apple v. Motorola: Judge dismisses damages claims, still pondering injunction against Motorola." Ars Technica 4:48 PM
  • "Motorola vs. Apple patent case dismissed by frustrated judge" The Verge 6:07 PM
  • "Apple and Motorola's day in court cancelled... for now" Digital Trends 8:05 PM
  • "Apple Seeks U.S. Ban on Samsung's Latest Smartphone" [Paid Membership Required] 7:40 AM
  • "Apple may seek to stop U.S. launch of Galaxy phone" Reuters 5:51 PM
  • "Apple moves to block Samsung Galaxy S3 sales in US market" V3 8:10 AM
  • "HTC: Our phones don't infringe Apple patent" CNET News 10:13 AM
  • "Apple Gets Approval for Two More Chinese Stores" [Paid Membership Required] 7:57 AM
  • "Frustrated iOS developers might be starting a union" VentureBeat 3:39 PM