Apple quietly announces new 9.7 inch iPad
Published in Notebooks
Wednesday, 22 March 2017 11:14

Apple quietly announces new 9.7 inch iPad


Starts at $329 and is heavier and thicker

Apple has quietly announced the successor to the iPad Air 2 and simply calls it the iPad. It comes with a new A9 SoC and will be up for sale from March 24 and redefines its meaning of the word cheap. 

Wireless charging demand to pick up with next iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Physical Direct Connection (PDC) technology to improve chassis yield rates

Consumer demand for wireless charging is expected to pick up following the arrival of the next-generation iPhone lineup later this year, according to research from Digitimes and information from smartphone chassis makers.

Apple fanboy dies in the bath
Published in Mobiles
Monday, 20 March 2017 13:48

Apple fanboy dies in the bath


Darwin award winner a member of a key Apple demographic

A British Apple fanboy is up for a Darwin award for exiting the gene pool trying to charge his iPhone while he was in the bath

Apple betrays New Zealand Green Party leader
Published in News


Comment: Apple pays zero tax, but the Green co-leader still praises it.


Green party Apple fanboys down under should be facing a huge crisis in their faith after discovering that their favourite tech company pays zero tax.

Apple not going bananas
Published in Mobiles
Friday, 17 March 2017 12:28

Apple not going bananas


Iphone 8 will not have a super-curved screen after all


One of the most radical parts of the major iPhone 8 redesign has been scrapped.

Swatch enters the wearable OS market
Published in Wearables
Friday, 17 March 2017 12:18

Swatch enters the wearable OS market


Look out Apple


Designer watch maker Swatch said that it has written its own alternative operating system for mobile watches and will be launching its own battle for the world’s watches next year.

Apple patents Airbuds tracking your health
Published in Wearables
Thursday, 16 March 2017 11:57

Apple patents Airbuds tracking your health


What do you mean you can do that with a headphone jack?

The fruit tax-dodging cargo cult thinks it has found another reason to stick its expensive Airbuds into your ears.

Russians say Apple guilty of price-fixing
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 15 March 2017 11:22

Russians say Apple guilty of price-fixing


And run by homosexuals


The Russian government has found the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple guilty of running a price fixing racket.

Samsung gives up on screen finger print scanner
Published in Mobiles


Galaxy 8 is unlikely to have it


Samsung Electronics' upcoming Galaxy S8 is unlikely to feature on-screen fingerprint scanning because its touch sensor partner Synaptics ran out of time for developing the related technology.

Kickstarter campaign to give the iPhone a proper operating system
Published in News

Turns it into real phone

Someone has hit on a novel idea to help users of Apple’s iPhone who actually want to use it as a phone.