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by dgstorm at Oct 23, 2014
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It's an economic truism that if you want more of something, you will probably need to pay more to get it. This is as true for big corporations as it is for us consumers. Apple plans to incentivize Foxconn to product even more iPhone 6 Plus smartphones by paying them 20-25% more in an effort to get them to improve the “mass production efficiency for the device.”

Apparently, demand for the iPhone 6 Plus was a bit higher than Apple expected and supply is falling a bit behind. Here's a quote with more of the details,

This is one of the first times we have ever reported Apple willing to fork out more funds to ramp up production of a device.

Source: DigiTimes
by Maura at Oct 23, 2014
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Foxconn is already a massive and ever-present supply-chain partner for Apple, but according to a report in The Wall Street Journal today, via MacRumors, the firm is looking to become an even bigger part of Apple’s manufacturing process.

It seems that Foxconn is aiming to build a new plant solely for the purpose of manufacturing displays for Apple products.

The WSJ says that Foxconn is considering investing with the government of Zhengzhou in China, which is approximately 750 kilometers south of Beijing. The two parties have even got as far as discussing how the investment would be divided, with a total investment figure of around 35 billion yuan ($5.7 billion) being bandied around.

As The Wall Street Journal’s illustration shows, iPhone screens are the most expensive part of the phones to make, and in the past Apple has shopped around, using a wide variety of manufacturers, including Samsung, LG Display, Sharp and Japan Display. Foxconn has apparently been trying to become more expert at display production in the hopes of winning more business from Apple.

Source: MacRumors
by Maura at Oct 23, 2014
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BGR reports today on what appear to be yet more problems for those who like to casually stuff their iPhones in their pockets. Although carrying your iPhone in a pocket might not be the best way to protect your precious, and very expensive, device, it’s fair to say that many people do choose to do so, and it seems that could be a problem for jeans wearers.

According to BGR, several iPhone 6 owners that it has spoken to in the past few weeks have found that when they repeatedly place an uncovered iPhone 6 in the pocket of their denim jeans, the dye from the jeans is rubbing onto the plastic strips on the back of the phone. This apparently leaves the phone looking “dirty and old.”

Attempts to clean the plastic strips and return them to their former pristine glory using soap and other cleaning methods have apparently not been successful.

BGR even has photos of the damage, such as the one at the top of this post.

The BGR readers whose phones were affected in this way were told by Apple Support to scrub the back of the phones with cleaning products, but offered no more assistance beyond that.

So, is this an issue that Apple should be taking steps to address, or is it merely a question of iPhone owners being more careful about where they put their phones?

Source: BGR
by RaduTyrsina at Oct 23, 2014
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Olloclip is an accessory maker most known for its line of camera lenses that the company is releasing every year for the new iPhones. This time, the company brings a 4-in-1 photo lens kit designed exclusively for Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Olloclip's unique clip-on lens system for the iPhone installs and uninstalls in seconds, with the lenses delivering crisp photos in normal and low light. For the first time ever, all four lenses will now work with both the iSight and FaceTime cameras, and can be clipped to a backpack, lanyard or key ring, as well.

The new Olloclip for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is available for pre-order today on the company’s website for $79.99.

Source: Olloclip
by dgstorm at Oct 22, 2014
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If you are a baseball fan, you might appreciate Master Card's new Apple Pay video commercials. It seems that the credit card company has not only teamed up with Apple to utilize the Apple Pay mobile payment platform, they are even spending time and money advertising it.

You might wonder why the commercials have a "baseball" theme to them, but it actually makes perfect sense. The commercials used Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda and George Brett, and recently retired great Mariano Rivera, and these commercials were first aired during the recent World Series.

Even if you aren't a baseball fan, it's easy to understand the value reference the videos are proposing. Sound off and let us know if you think Apple Pay will be a successful new product from the folks in Cupertino.
by RaduTyrsina at Oct 22, 2014
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Apple has spent a little over $1 million over the third quarter on lobbying issues like consumer health data, safe driving, e-books and data privacy, among others, a recently filed disclosure has revealed.

For the quarter ended on Sept. 30, 2014, Apple spent a total of $1,010,000 on a variety of lobbying activities. Apple addressed 39 specific lobbying issues, such as e-book publishing, online safety, copyright and patent reform, safe driving (CarPlay) and regulation of mobile medical devices and health software applications (Apple Watch and HealthKit).

Apple's $1 million lobbying fund is small when compared to Google and Facebook, which spent $3.94 million and $2.54 million over the same three-month period, respectively.

Source: AppleInsider
by Maura at Oct 22, 2014
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Bad news from MCVUK today if you’ve been looking forward to playing Blizzard’s iPhone version of Hearthstone, as Blizzard has announced that the iPhone and Android versions of the game will not now be released until 2015.

The card-battling game, which is already available for iPad, was due to launch back in the summer, but now it looks to have slipped even further.

Here’s Blizzard’s explanation for the slippage:

Source: Hearthstone delayed on iPhone and Android smartphones until 2015 Games industry news...
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