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In these days we have informed you of the death of a 15-year-old worker assigned to the assembly of the new iPhones in the Pegatron factories. Apple appears to have sent a team of doctors to investigate this matter. Here is what Apple communicated: As for the young assembly line employee, Pegatron spokesperson Charles Lin said the 15-year-old used a 21-year-old cousin’s ID for the job, so the factory didn’t know he was a minor. Pegatron, along with Apple, concluded that the working conditions are unrelated to the boy’s death noting that the employee had only recently started work and…

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Samsung hired Tim Gudgel, a five-year veteran of the company, an Apple Store designer who has worked for Apple since March 2008. Earlier this year, Samsung hired another former Apple Retail executive, who was also previously hired by Microsoft through its retail efforts. Samsung and Best Buy announced that the electronics maker would open 1,400 stores across the country: “Forget Google’s floating showrooms. When it comes to retail, Samsung Electronics is contemplating something bigger. The South Korean company recently hired a senior Apple store designer, Tim Gudgel, as it reflects a deeper investment in US retail. Mr. Gudgel specializes in…

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It is now a tradition that any iPhone reaches its maximum at the end of the day, and therefore the battery does not give us the maximum required. It is now a fixation! All iPhone owners are monitoring battery performance from morning to night. There are pages and groups where each one posts the screen with their own battery life. Obviously this behavior gives problems on a psychological level, that is, we identify ourselves so much with what our attention during the day is partly directed to this, distracting us from more important things. We try to help you by…

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Throughout 2013, Apple has been dedicated to transforming the Apple TV into more than just a hobby, increasing its range of channel offerings more and more; but it would seem that for this year Apple has not finished yet! It has just been updated with the introduction of 4 new channels! Apple added four new channels to Apple TV this morning including Bloomberg TV, which includes free access to a live stream, as well as access to shows like Bloomberg West, Charlie Rose, and many more; Also included among the new channels is Watch ABC which allows users to stream…

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Between 11 and 12 December, Apple changed the search algorithms of applications on the App Store on both iPhone and iPad. We remind you that thanks to this algorithm, when we search for a specific application through the App Store we are always given the right application as the first result. This algorithm has also modified and corrected the rankings present in the Store, making many applications move up and down. There are applications that have even gone up 144 positions while others have fallen a lot based on the new search terms and the classification of applications verified by…

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The upcoming Christmas is not just a holiday period, for Apple it is above all a time during which people give gifts, ergo spend money and earn the company. After all, it is also the celebration of shopping, therefore, Apple has further confused and irritated a large group of people by banning the decoration of a large Christmas tree in the De Passage of Netherlands shopping area in the city of The Hague. The reason? The tree would obscure the entrance to the new Apple Store! The company apparently negotiated the removal of the Christmas tree while drafting its lease…

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A recent Bloomberg report focused attention on a particularly interesting fact: Apple will spend 10 billion dollars in 2014 for all those devices and robots that build various iPhones, iPads, Macs etc … A good portion of the budget established by the upper floors of the Cupertino company will be spent on the construction of the new Campus 2, but a substantial portion will instead be invested, about 10 billion dollars, to improve equipment, robots, laser pointers, computers etc … which are responsible for the production of all present and future Apple devices. In short, in Cupertino they are constantly…

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This week’s Los Santos Tuners update for GTA Online introduces new music in the form of collectible media sticks scattered throughout the city. In addition to the four Monday Dreamin’ EPs from CircoLoco Records, there is also “Kenny’s Backyard Boogie.” This epic summer mix of classic cuts and exclusives was curated by none other than Moodymann himself (and if you haven’t discovered it yet, you might want to keep your eyes peeled for his car next time you’re at the LS Car Meet). For your listening pleasure outside of Los Santos, “Kenny’s Backyard Boogie” is now also available as a…

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Apple received final approval for the Campus 2 project from the Cupertino city council; the mayor of Cupertino, Orrin Mahoney, says he is anxious to see the project come true. Apple has already received permits to demolish the old HP campus and has also decided to increase the amount of tax to pay in Cupertino. Phase 1 of the campus construction will include a square, main building, in the shape of a ring with an underground car park capable of accommodating approximately 2,400 vehicles; a fitness center and an auditorium. During the second phase of construction, Apple will build dedicated…

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The application chosen by the App Store editors this week is Clumsy Ninja, which has introduced a new feature in the Apple market. In fact, by accessing the page relating to the choice of editorial staff, in addition to information and the download of the application, the app trailer was added for the first time. The video, which had never appeared before today, allows you to see what are the main functions of the application chosen by Apple weekly. Video trailers on the App Store have long been in demand, both by regular users and developers. At the moment these…

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