Analyst angers the Tame Apple Press
NPD analyst Stephen Baker is off the Christmas Card list of the members of the Tame Apple Press which are furious that he made a comment saying that Apple had failed to capitalise on Samsung’s exploding Note 7.
New study reveals upgrade psychosis
A new psychological study has discovered that Apple fanboys are programmed to destroy their phones the moment a new one appears on the market.
Begins focus on improving synthetic training models
Earlier this month, Apple’s director of AI Research Russ Salakhutdinov announced that the company would soon begin publishing research in the field of artificial intelligence, suggesting that the company is keen on improving its relationships with academia and gaining some professional recognition in the process.
It will not be Apple after all
Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn means that the software giant is on track to become the world’s first trillion dollar company.
The MacBook Pro really is not a battery sucking turkey
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is working on Consumers Reports to get it to change its mind about the review site’s battery test results for the MacBook Pro.
We can but hope
Apple’s brightest and best software developers will be spending New Year’s Eve with their fingers crossed that their sensational ability to programme will not be questioned by millions of users as 2017 dawns.
New upgrades make unaffected iPhone 6s sick
Apple seems to be serious in its cunning plan to get users to update to the iPhone 7, by issuing an update which was supposed to fix a problem with the iPhone 6s battery but actually spread the problem instead.
Inconsistent battery life across various tests
Over the past decade, Apple’s MacBook Pro lineup has received consistent recommendations in product design and quality from a variety of the company’s well-positioned media outlets.
The iPhone idea was ours
It has been many years coming, but now it has debugged itself from Microsoft, the former rubber boot maker Nokia is coming at Apple swinging.
Annual output capacity at just 10 units per year
Of all the rumors surrounding Apple’s display panels for next year’s iPhone lineup, a new report from Bloomberg takes a closer look at the corporation responsible for making the machines used behind the OLED production process.