Apple's giant glass triangle touches down in Brooklyn | Cult of Mac

New York City is getting a new Apple store this week, only instead of replicating the iconic Fifth Ave glass cube, this time Apple’s going with a giant triangle.

The new store will be Apple’s second retail location in Brooklyn after the company opened a store in Williamsburg last year. Apple’s glass-sided triangle store opens December 2 and is located down the street from the Atlantic Terminal and Barclays Center.

Källa: Apple’s giant glass triangle touches down in Brooklyn | Cult of Mac

Apple’s giant glass triangle touches down in Brooklyn | Cult of Mac

New York City is getting a new Apple store this week, only instead of replicating the iconic Fifth Ave glass cube, this time Apple’s going with a giant triangle.

The new store will be Apple’s second retail location in Brooklyn after the company opened a store in Williamsburg last year. Apple’s glass-sided triangle store opens December 2 and is located down the street from the Atlantic Terminal and Barclays Center.

Källa: Apple’s giant glass triangle touches down in Brooklyn | Cult of Mac

Qualcomm wants the iPhone X banned because it 'infringes', er, Palm patents | TheINQUIRER

Another day, another lawsuit

CHIPMAKER Qualcomm has responded to the news of Apple’s countersuit by attempting to get the iPhone X banned in the US.

On Thursday, just hours after Apple filed a suit alleging that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips infringe on eight of its battery patents, the tit-for-tat battle stepped up a notch with the launch of three new lawsuits.

These lawsuits allege that Apple is infringing 16 Qualcomm patents with the iPhone 7, 8, and X that run on AT&T and T-Mobile in the US, as well as the bigger-screened Plus models.

Källa: Qualcomm wants the iPhone X banned because it ‘infringes’, er, Palm patents | TheINQUIRER

Qualcomm wants the iPhone X banned because it ‘infringes’, er, Palm patents | TheINQUIRER

Another day, another lawsuit

CHIPMAKER Qualcomm has responded to the news of Apple’s countersuit by attempting to get the iPhone X banned in the US.

On Thursday, just hours after Apple filed a suit alleging that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips infringe on eight of its battery patents, the tit-for-tat battle stepped up a notch with the launch of three new lawsuits.

These lawsuits allege that Apple is infringing 16 Qualcomm patents with the iPhone 7, 8, and X that run on AT&T and T-Mobile in the US, as well as the bigger-screened Plus models.

Källa: Qualcomm wants the iPhone X banned because it ‘infringes’, er, Palm patents | TheINQUIRER

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