Pegatron denies China Watch claims
Published in News

We don't break Apple's 60 hours per week maximum

Chinese Apple partner Pegatron has denied breaking the 60 hour work week set by Jobs' Mob.

Apple iPhone production forecast drops from 84 to 74 million
Published in Mobiles

Panel orders drop by 20 percent, chip orders by 15 percent

On Friday, the Nikkei Asian Review journal published a story hinting that some of Apple’s part suppliers in the iPhone supply chain are still trying to fix low yield rates of their components. Some forecasts are now cutting total iPhone production for the July to December period by five percent, from 120 million down to 114 million.

Apple fans turn to kickstarter
Published in Graphics

We need innovation

Apple fanboys are getting so desperate for the fruity cargo cult to invent something new for their Macs they are developing interesting stuff on kickstarter.

Apple supplier in trouble with labour laws again
Published in News


But Apple does not use sweat shops

The fruity cargo cult Apple is in PR hot water again after one of its key suppliers was found to be flouting the overtime rules which it set.

Apple iOS 9.3.5 patches three zero-day vulnerabilities
Published in Mobiles

Security report discovers spyware attack on human rights activists

On Thursday, Apple issued three important zero-day security vulnerability patches in a new iOS 9.3.5 release of its mobile operating system, with some sources claiming that the exploits are particularly fatal to human rights activists and other individuals who work or act to protect human rights around the world.

Apple claims it is already doing AI
Published in News

Everyone else copied it

Apple has baffled those technology journalists who have not sold their souls to the fruity cargo cult by claiming that it is already doing AI and it is right up there with the big boys and girls.

iPhones less reliable than Android
Published in Mobiles

Poor reliability claims report

The fruity cargo cult Apple’s iPhone cash cow is dying on its feet as crashing apps, dodgy wi-fi and general poor reliability make it a poor alternative to Android.

Tablets bounce back a bit
Published in Notebooks

But still no recovery

Global tablet shipments are expected to bounce back a little bit, but there are still no signs that the product is recovering.

iPhone 6 and 6S develop touch screen problems
Published in Mobiles

It is as if they know the iPhone 7 is coming

While the Tame Apple Press is trying to drum up support for what looks like a terminally dull iPhone 7, the existing iPhone 6 and 6s/ Plus models are mysteriously sending themselves into Silicon Heaven with the enthusiasm of a Japanese kamakazi pilot.

Samsung starts refurbished phone programme
Published in Mobiles

Copying Apple again

The Tame Apple Press is furious that Samsung appears to be copying its favour company's idea to flog second hand phones.