Bitter Ex-Apple Executive Glad to See Forstall Fired, Intel's Haswell CPU on Target & More Apple Patents Come to Light
A new BBC Interview with Ex-Apple Executive Tony Fadell reveals a very bitter man who was pleased to see Scott Forstall, Former VP of iOS Software, "get what he deserved." Considering that Forstall is legally unable to defend himself at this point in time, the remarks by Fadell seemed to be a cheap shot. Obviously Steve Jobs didn't have a problem with Fadell's leaving the company. In other news today, DigiTimes confirms that Intel's next generation processor dubbed Haswell is on target to release sometime in Q3 2012. Haswell is one of the most anticipated processors to come along in a long time. It's one that's been designed for the new tablet and mobile era. After the break, our report provides you with a few links to some of Apple's other patent filings that we didn't highlight today.
Some of Apple's Other Patent Filings Published Today
The US Patent Office published seventeen original patent applications from Apple today along with a handful of older patents that Apple re-filed in the hopes of getting them past the patent examiners.
The hottest patent application of the day that was revealed involved a next generation wireless charging system that is likely to be the one that Apple will shoot for in the future.
Yet there were a few other patents applications published today that might appeal to some in the Apple Community and we list a few of the links below to make it easier for you to check out.
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