Fruity cargo cult revenged itself on DIY repairs
Fruity, Tax-Dodging cargo cult Apple has been charged with bricking the phones of users who dared to have their repairs done by those who did not wear blue shirts and had been blessed as Genii by the ghost of Steve Jobs.
Details under wraps, will not be shipping this year
During a low-key Mac Pro refresh announcement among a handful of journalists in a white building near its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday, Apple mentioned details on a new company-branded “Pro” display lineup to accompany its iMac and top-end workstations.
An “in-between” new products announcement
In an effort to revitalize its Mac Pro lineup after over three years of silence, Apple gathered a small group of journalists near its headquarters earlier Tuesday to give its thoughts on re-thinking the entire machine’s design and improving its performance in due course.
Comment: Partners should be warned
Imagination Technologies, the UK-based chipmaker, lost 70 percent of its market share overnight and it really only has itself to blame.
Ive’s team breaking up
Apple’s design team is falling apart as the group which designed the rounded rectangle slowly leaves Apple.
Company is working on a separate independent graphics design
Imagination Technologies, the leading graphics processing unit supplier for Apple, issued a press statement on Monday saying that the fruit-themed gadget maker will no longer use the group’s intellectual property in new products manufactured 15 months to two years from now.
Which? calls them out
Consumer outfit Which? claims that manufacturers are not telling the truth when it comes to claims about battery life.
Tame Apple Press launches its strike
The Tame Apple Press is having difficulty now that the Galaxy S8 smartphone is out and providing technology that the iPhone 7 doesn’t and the iPhone 8 probably lacks.
We are calling it
Given Fudzilla’s tendency to spot trends well ahead of everyone else, we have decided to call the death of the smartphone.
Analyst’s thinks it can sell outside Apple
Susquehanna Financial Group, analyst Christopher Rolland has made the bizarre claim that Intel’s partnership with the fruity cargo-cult Apple will mean that it will become a key mobile modem player.