Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Kimoji: Apple (AAPL) has denied claims that Kim Kardashian’s Kimoji app broke its App Store, reports Tech Insider. The tech company said that its App Store experienced no problems on Monday, which is when the Kimoji app was released. It also refuted claims that the app was being downloaded 9,000 times a millisecond, which were made by TMZ and had no source. Kim herself claimed she broke the App Store in several Tweets that were posted on Monday.
Lawsuit: A lawsuit filed against Apple over undelivered text messages has been dismissed, MacRumors notes. The lawsuit claimed that users that switched from an AAPL device to Android were unable to receive text messages due to iMessage. It was dismissed by U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh because there wasn’t enough evidence to show that the issue affected all users that made the switch from iOS to Android. The tech company will suffer no damages from the dismissed lawsuit.
Photos: An official White House photographer has shown off photos taken with his iPhone, reports 9to5Mac. Pete Souza, Chief Official White House Photographer, has been sharing images he’s taken on his Instagram account throughout the year. He recently revealed that all square format images on his feed were taken with an iPhone, while the rectangular ones were taken with a professional camera. It’s hard to tell the difference in quality between the different types of photos in his feed.