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The iPhone and iPad maker has released a software update for iPhone 4S users, after U.K. and European cell networks warned iPhone users to avoid the latest iOS 6.1 version.
The Federal Court has ruled that Apple pay a $2.25 million fine for misleading consumers that its latest iPad was compatible with Australia's long-term evolution "4G" broadband networks.
According to a recent report at Patently Apple, China's telecommunications bureaucracy last week granted a license for both 4G and 3G networks, which means Apple will be able to sell the latest iPad model on the mainland.
Apple has bowed to pressure and dropped the term '4G' in the branding of its new iPad in Australia, after the competition commission pointed out it does not work on 4G networks there
Apple gives in to regulatory pressure by removing any mention of "4G" from its websites, after hundreds of complaints that the iPad 3 will not connect to high-speed networks.
The UK's advertising authorities are still dissatisfied about Apple advertising its new iPad as a 4G device, according to reports.The new iPad does work on 4G networks, but only in the US and Canada.
Apple has responded to attempts to make it change the name of its '4G' iPad in Australia, by saying 3G networks there could technically be classed as 4G
The Advertising Standards Authority has confirmed that it is looking into complaints about the new iPad's 4G claim as the device will not work on UK operators' networks when the service is offered in the future.The new Apple iPad is billed as being 4G capable but it will not support LTE 4G standards used in some countries, including the UK, as it operates on different frequencies.
Even if the Federal Government had already freed up spectrum in the 700MHz band for long-term evolution (LTE) networks, it is unlikely that the new iPad and other international LTE devices with a similar configuration would work locally, according to network vendor Ericsson.
Citing "people familiar with the matter" WSJ confirms that the iPad 3 will run on Verizon and AT&T's newest fourth-generation (4G) wireless networks. Now back to work.
Cablevision's Optimum iPad app offers hundreds of live TV channels to subscribers -- but for how long?
Seemingly undaunted by the woes befalling Time Warner Cable's live TV iPad app -- numerous cable networks demanding their channels be pulled from the app -- Cablevision has announced its Optimum iPad app, which promises hundreds of channels streamed live to the iPad for subscribers to watch while in their homes.
The country's Defence Signals Directorate is certifying Apple iPhones and iPad devices to connect to secure Wi-Fi networks operated by the government
Apple iPhone and iPad devices running the iOS operating system may soon become officially certified by the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) to connect to the secure Wi-Fi networks operated by the Federal Government, ZDNet Australia has learned.
TV Everywhere is looking like it's getting stuck at home. Comcast's Xfinity TV app, which the cable giant promised would bring live programming and video on-demand choices to iPads and Android tablets later this year, has run afoul of cable networks that don't think Comcast has the right to deliver its shows to these new devices.
The company has been sued in a US court over iOS-based mobile apps on iPhone and iPad that reveal personal data to advertising networks without permission
Apple is being sued by a US resident for allowing iOS-based mobile apps that run on its iPhone and iPad devices to transmit users' personal information to advertising networks without their permission, according to news reports.
Reports say iPhone and iPad maker has been slapped with a lawsuit in the U.S. alleging that apps running on its mobile OS sent out information to ad networks without users' consent.
If the rumor pans out it would mean that iPad 2 would be available on Verizon Wireless (and other CDMA networks) in addition to AT&T's current offering.
As both Internet video and mobile entertainment devices like the iPad grow ever more popular, the load on network resources will only grow ever higher. Frankly, most public networks won't be able to handle it. After all, they're already failing.
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