AppleInsider podcast talks supply chain rumors, patents, and 2017 iPhone

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This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Daniel Eran Dilger tells Victor Marks about why we shouldn't listen to supply chain forecasts with no byline, possible acquisitions, recent inventions, and making the 2017 iPhone from different materials.









AppleInsider editors Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor Marks wrap up the latest Apple Watch and iPhone releases:

  • TSMC ups their forecast

  • Supply chain reports indicate Apple market share grows in 2016, 2017

  • iPhone 7 appears to cause sales spike, 2017 spike predicted

  • Samsung v. Apple Supreme Court case

  • Apple patents method for embedding light sensors directly onto device displays

  • Apple patents 'super resolution' multi-sensor cameras with cube prisms

  • 2017 iPhone materials


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  • Reply 1 of 3
    tmaytmay Posts: 1,688member
    Daniel was quite right about something that he stated about the Samsung / Apple case. Both parties were required to trim the number of patents involved, and now, Samsung is stating that Apple only has the "corners" and "screen" patents that will be the basis for Lower Court to adjust the award based on whatever new methodology and instructions that the Supreme Court will provide to the Lower Courts in June.

    In essence, the legal system is so fucking slow to resolve patent infringements that Samsung will never owe a fraction of what it should be penalized for copying what was an obvious disruption that the iPhone created in the industry. That said, if Samsung had spent a fraction of the effort building the machine that Apple has created for product development, instead of copying and throwing features into their phones to see what sticks, they wouldn't be in the situation that they are now with the Note 7.



     
    vmarkslolliver
  • Reply 2 of 3
    k2kwk2kw Posts: 513member
    I was a little surprised that DED didn't have an article in response to Walt Mossberg's piece on theVerge critical of SIRI.
    Especially after his June article "

    WWDC 2016: Apple's Siri and the future of voice vs. Amazon's Alexa Echo, Google Now, Microsoft Cortana"

    While Apple has opened it up to Apps. It still doesn't seem as good as google . Maybe not as good as Alexa.
    it will be interesting to see it the Google Assistant is a strong enough feature that it actually sells the Pixel.
    Google has a long, long way to go show they really support their products. Maybe the will be lucky because Of Samsung 's problems.

    unfortunately I've decided Siri only gets fixed and works if your name is Striesand or Mossberg.



  • Reply 3 of 3
    vmarksvmarks Posts: 314editor
    k2kw said:
    I was a little surprised that DED didn't have an article in response to Walt Mossberg's piece on theVerge critical of SIRI.
    Especially after his June article "

    WWDC 2016: Apple's Siri and the future of voice vs. Amazon's Alexa Echo, Google Now, Microsoft Cortana"

    While Apple has opened it up to Apps. It still doesn't seem as good as google . Maybe not as good as Alexa.
    it will be interesting to see it the Google Assistant is a strong enough feature that it actually sells the Pixel.
    Google has a long, long way to go show they really support their products. Maybe the will be lucky because Of Samsung 's problems.

    unfortunately I've decided Siri only gets fixed and works if your name is Striesand or Mossberg.



    All I'm saying is, it must be convenient to have Tim Cook's personal iPhone number in your contacts. 

    lolliver
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