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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, May 26, 2018


  • "Rumor: Apple working on new device family under codename 'Star' [u]"  AppleInsider 7:27 AM
  • "Apple and Valve, which run two of the world's biggest stores for buying video games, are feuding with each other—and iPhone users could end up losing out" Business Insider 7:33 AM
  • "Phil Schiller responded to my email about the Steam Link app being rejected." Reddit 7:00 PM
  • "Following rejection, Phil Schiller says Apple is working with Valve to bring Steam Link to iOS" 9to5Mac 4:35 PM
  • "Apple's Phil Schiller confirms Steam Link iOS app failed to meet App Store guidelines" AppleInsider 6:59 PM
  • "Samsung to pay $539 million for iPhone patent infringement: A California jury has decided in a long-running legal battle that South Korea's Samsung must pay $539 million to Apple for copying some iPhone features."  ZDNet 5/25
  • "Apple's $539 Million in Damages Is a 'Big Win' Over Samsung"  Bloomberg 5/25
  • "Apple awarded $539m in US patent case against Samsung" BBC 5/25
  • "Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for violating iPhone patents" Cult of Mac 5/25
  • "Apple won $539 million from Samsung in a patent lawsuit — an amount that's barely noticeable against Apple's net profits" Business Insider 5/25
  • "Apple reportedly knew the iPhone 6 was bendier than previous models: It also apparently changed the phone's structure to prevent the touch disease a year after it launched."  Engadget 5/25
  • "Court docs show Apple knew about the bendiness of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus: Engineering changes were eventually made to prevent 'Touch Disease' screen problems." Ars Technica 5/25
  • "Documents show Apple knew the iPhone 6 range would bend" Digital Trends 5/25
  • "Apple's ties to Triangle run through Raleigh, Durham" ["But despite the gap and cultural differences, the Triangle has significant ties to the California tech juggernaut. While much of the country has weighed the next moves of Amazon, a company with no significant North Carolina connections, Apple has stealthily zeroed in on Research Triangle Park as a target for a new campus. And the people in charge of making that decision are well aware of what the Triangle offers."]  Triangle Business Journal 5/25
  • "VoIP-Pal again accuses Apple of patent infringement with FaceTime, iMessage, Wi-Fi Calling in iPhone" AppleInsider 5/25
  • "Apple's Reputation Tested by Latest Revelations"  Tom's Guide 5/25