Recent Taiwan earthquake impact larger than expected
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Damage to Fab 14 may affect iPhone 7 production

A recent 6.4-magnitude earthquake in the southern Taiwan region that killed at least 116 people was originally expected to have a less than 1 percent impact on semiconductor manufacturing in the region. TSMC now expects to have an impact above 1 percent, according to an updated report from DigiTimes.

Apple programmers still can't master time
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They keep reversing the polarity on the neutron flow

Apple software still has problems mastering the issue of time and yet another programming bug involving the calendar is bricking Jobs' Mob's creations.

Kim Jong-un signs up country to Apple cult
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Breaks first rule of cult on day one

It appears that the fruity cargo cult Apple has bagged itself a high profile convert, the north Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Apple knifes Samsung
Published in Processors
11 February 2016

Apple knifes Samsung


Puts all 10nm eggs in TSMC’s basket

Fruity cargo cult Apple has turned on its partner Samsung and given the contract to produce 10-nano application processors (AP) to TSMC.

ARM shrugs off poor Apple sales
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Profits up

Chip-designer ARM appears to have shrugged off a slump in smartphone sales that damaged everyone, even Apple and is reporting profits up 17 per cent on last year.

Imagination fires CEO
Published in News
08 February 2016

Imagination fires CEO


Another Apple partner suffering 

Imagination Technologies has fired its CEO as it heads for its second year of losses.

Behold the latest iPhone’s photographic ability
Published in Mobiles


In the hands of a master

Everyone knows that the iPhone takes superior pictures even to every other mobile phone out there even when an idiot is behind the lens because the Tame Apple Press tells us. So what happens when the Superbowl is recorded on an iPhone by Apple’s supremo – Tim Cook.

Foxconn to take over Sharp
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Wants a Sharp note before it goes flat

Foxconn is certain to pay more than $5 billion to get Sharp and its display business.

Apple’s security takes another hit
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Revolving door gatekeeper

While the fruity cargo cult Apple is busy bricking users for the crime of not using its genii to fix its overpriced toys, its reputation as being super secure is taking another battering.

iPhone “Error 53” bricking repaired phones worldwide
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Apple's internal Touch ID security check to blame

In the world of mobile electronics, Apple is taking some fire more than usual these days as users around the globe are reporting that the mysterious code called “Error 53” has rendered their iPhones useless following any third-party repairs to the Home button hardware or Touch ID assembly outside the company’s doors.