Project Hijack Wants to Make iPhone Accessories Cheaper (and Easier) to Produce [Video]
# smartphones Like Ars Technica mentions, creating iPhone accessories using the 30-pin connector is costly because companies have to pay Apple a fortune in licensing fees (it’s their proprietary tech). That’s not the case with the headphone jack. Enter Project Hijack . More »
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CDMA iPhone to contribute strong sales to Foxconn and Pegatron in 2011
Apple’s CDMA iPhone orders could contribute about NT$ 1.9-2.1 billion (US$ 65.39-72.28 million) to each of its assembly partners, Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) and Pegatron Technology, while Apple’s adoption of new technologies as well as materials for iPhone is also expected to benefit its related supply chain partners in Taiwan, according to sources from upstream component …
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What Does AT&T Do When Verizon Starts Selling iPhones?
Analysis: AT&T is working to repair its reputation for poor quality and deal with the loss of its iPhone exclusivity.
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