Apple magnanimously permits users to stop throttling themselves
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Lawsuits will do that

The fruity cargo cult Apple is set to pull the plug on secret battery saving technology which degraded the performance of the phone.

Apple has another security issue
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Thursday, 18 January 2018 10:56

Apple has another security issue


Text bomb, text bomb, you’re a text bomb

The brilliant programmers at Apple who have all sorts of problems getting a clock to tell the time have delivered an operating system which can be switched off with a text.

Apple still can’t improve supply chain working conditions
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iPhone and Macbooks made in harsh conditions


Despite its best efforts, the fruity cargo cult Apple is still making its iPhones and Macs in poor conditions for workers.

People prefer buying cryptocurrency over an iPhone
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Proving that people will always invest in something expensive, ephemeral  and stupid

Pundi X,  NEM.io Foundation and Stellar.org, have released a State of Cryptocurrency report, which claims that people would rather waste their cash on cryptocurrency than an iPhone X.

Apple sees global backlash against phone throttling
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This is going to get expensive

Apple’s undisclosed throttling of old iPhones for the “users own good” is unleashing a stream of hurt to the fruity cargo cult.

PC sales continue to decline
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Friday, 12 January 2018 16:19

PC sales continue to decline


Particularly in the USA

Analysts at Gartner released data that showed PC sales continue to fall, although the outfit said there are some “causes for optimism”.

Iphone grassed up Apple fanboy
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Friday, 12 January 2018 12:05

Iphone grassed up Apple fanboy


Health app not so cool if you want to rape and kill someone

An Apple fanboy is regretting installing Apple’s health app on his phone.

HarperCollins settles over Jobs' cartel
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Wednesday, 10 January 2018 11:09

HarperCollins settles over Jobs' cartel


Canadian deal brings chapter to an end

A rather nasty chapter in Steve Jobs' biography has finally drawn to a close after publisher HarperCollins has agreed to donate $120,000 in books as part of a settlement with a Canadian law enforcement agency.

Apple investigated for “planned obsolescence”
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French do not like the idea of battery throttling

Officer of the lure, Inspector Clouseau, is taking on his biggest case to bring down the fruity cargo cult Apple.

Apple shareholders call for an end to iPhone addiction
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Want Apple to be less cultish


Apple shareholders, who do not really understand what they have been buying, want Jobs’ Mob to stop encouraging product addiction.