Fitbit is the king of wearables
Published in News


Apple fails miserably, despite cuckoo press stories 


You might not be aware of it, because the Tame Apple Press is going on an offensive, but Apple is losing the wearable’s market to Fitbit.

Apple set to dump Intel modems
Published in Mobiles


The experiment did not work

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is rumoured to be having second thoughts about its relationship with Intel and is starting to regret its decision to install Intel modems in half its iPhone 7s.

Apple insists it still wants to make self-driving cars
Published in News


Did not mention how

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has written to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration claiming that it is still interested in making self-driving cars.

Foxconn manager nicked 5,700 iPhones
Published in News


Flogged them for $1.5 million

A Taiwanese Foxconn manager nicked 5,700 iPhones and flogged them for a $1.56 million profit and hugely undercutting Jobs' Mob

Researchers bypass iOS activation lock
Published in Notebooks


Affects latest release iOS 10.1.1

Two researchers from India and Germany have discovered a way to bypass Apple’s iOS activation lock that prevents unauthorized use of the company’s mobile devices when they are marked as lost.

We're piecing together Cook’s cunning plan
Published in News


What is next for the cargo-cult?


While it is still earning piles of cash, Apple is stuffed unless Tim Cook comes up with a cunning plan to save it.

Smartphone vendors ally against Apple
Published in News


Enemy of my enema

Chinese smartphone vendors are so worried that Apple is strong arming AMOLED suppliers to suck supply that they have formed their own consortium to fight it.

Apple’s Boot Camp fries MacBook Pro’s new speakers
Published in Notebooks

Quality that only money can buy

Apple’s expensive new MacBook Pros are shipping with an expensive feature which causes the pricey speakers in the machines to self-destruct.

Apple’s update creates poor battery health
Published in News


Software genius


Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple’s new iOS update shows its software superiority once again after Jobs’ Mob issued the update without testing it properly with its own applications.

Universal Display’s Apple ties are proving costly
Published in Graphics

OLED screens might not be happening after all

Rumours that Apple is not going to have an OLED screen in its iPhone 8 are proving costly to its key supplier Universal Display.