Samsung Saw Steve Jobs’ Death As The Best Opportunity To Attack iPhone

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The emails and documents which are being used as evidence in the ongoing trial between Apple and Samsung have brought forward some very secret and bizarre facts. One such email from Samsung obtained by Apple Insider lets out a very interesting move by Samsung. According to this email of Oct 2011, Samsung feared Steve Jobs death could take the attention away from its new launch Galaxy S II as people perceived Jobs as visionary and perfectionist and this would prove to be an unintended benefit for Apple. So instead going after Apple publicly they tried to use this as an opportunity by launching an Anti-iPhone marketing campaign. Read More

As Apple-Samsung Relationship Deteriorates, Apple Switches Parts Supplier Starting with the A7 Chip

Apple A6 ChipAlthough Apple designs and markets iOS devices, they don’t take part in the actual production. The parts come from various semiconductor companies in Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea mostly. They are then assembled into the finished product by Foxconn, a Taiwanese firm, in their China plant. Samsung is one of the major suppliers of iOS device parts, they produce the flash memory chips, the working memory chips and the main processors like the A6 on the iPhone 5 and A6X with Retina display on the iPad. As the Apple-Samsung relationship continues break down the companies face a set of problems. Read More

Samsung’s All New Anti-Apple Ad – “It Doesn’t Take A Genius”

Samsung is now playing it smart. Not exactly sure, how smart it is, but sure. They will be releasing a paper ad tomorrow on all major publications that will say “It Doesn’t Take A Genius”. The ad will compare the iPhone 5 with the Samsung Galaxy S III in terms of all features and design. The ad also says that “The Next Big Thing Is Already Here”. Read More