Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news: Sprint Denies Claims of Slow iPhone Data Speeds Some customers who purchased the iPhone 4/4S with Sprint have been complaining of slow data speeds from the […]
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Apple Seeds: Sprint Denies Claims of Shoddy Service, Updates on Apple Legal Battles with Samsung, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Sprint Denies Claims of Slow iPhone Data Speeds

Some customers who purchased the iPhone 4/4S with Sprint have been complaining of slow data speeds from the carrier. Well, Sprint has now made an announcement denying those allegations claiming that they are a “small number of reports.” For safe measure they also claim that they are looking into the issue. I chose sprint as my carrier with the iPhone 4S, and I haven’t noticed a problem. Sample size of one I suppose. [Read More]

Apple Wins Injunction Against the Sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia

You know how Apple is embroiled in a patent dispute with Samsung over the look and feel of their tablet offering? Well, it seems the courts have sided with Apple and the company has since been granted an injunction against the sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1s in Australia. So there’s that. [Read More]

Samsung Seeking Ban of iPhone 4S Sales in Japan and Australia

Because it’s not over until it’s over, Samsung is seeking the ban of sales of the iPhone 4S in both Japan and Australia. This seems to be retaliatory move on Samsung’s part. Wonder how it will work out. Remember Samsung is also seeking the ban of iPhone 4S sales in European countries as well.[Read More]

Samsung to Manufacture Apple’s Next-Generation A6 Chip

Proving that the two companies can set aside their difference for the sake of (more) money, it seems that Apple will be allowing Samsung to manufacture their rumored, next-generation A6 chip. See it’s not all bad. [Read More]

iPhone 4S’ New Antenna Design Alleviates “Death Grip” Problem

Remember when the iPhone 4 was introduced last summer, and people were griping about the non-issue of the “Death Grip”? You know, when someone held their iPhone and the signal drop off slightly due to a phenomenon known as attenuation? Well, the iPhone 4S’ alternating antenna design seems to solve the problem. If there ever was one. [Read More]

Apple Did Try to Acquire Dropbox After All

There had been long-standing rumors that Apple tried to acquire Dropbox while in the midst of developing what we know now as iCloud. Apple offered a hefty $800 million for the talent and the technology, but alas Dropbox refused. Just as well, it’s still a great service and a great compliment to iCloud. [Read More]

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