Speaking to The Inquirer earlier this week, smartphone manufacturer Nokia has expressed its concerns regarding Google’s newly-announced Nexus 7 tablet and its belief that the device may encroach on – (if not infringe upon) – its own intellectual property.
Spotted prior to WWDC by a number of eagle-eyed developers back in mid-May, Apple’s iCloud Beta website was – at the time – found to show icons for a few new services that were currently not available to the public. Available to developers officially as of the seeding of iOS 6 (Beta 1), though, MacRumors reports this week that the company has made available a preview of what customers can expect to see from the iCloud-based web versions of both Notes and Reminders.
During the firm’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicked off on June 11, Apple CEO, Tim Cook, took to the stage of the Moscone Center in San Francisco to announce what the company had planned for the near future. Along with announcements of continued App Store growth, Cook also took the opportunity to stick it to Google and its mobile operating system – Android OS.
Following its Q2 2012 earnings call held on April 24, Apple last night updated its investor website – investor.apple.com – to announce that it will hold its fiscal Q3 2012 earnings call on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 24.
Speaking of shuttering, the Italian advertising authority has this week reportedly threatened to close down all of Apple’s operations in the country, following a recent warranty issue which relates to some of the products the firm is currently selling to its customers.