Thou shalt not repair your phone
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is pulling out all the lobbying stops to stop its users getting cheap repairs.
iPhone SE assembly line established
The Fruity cargo-cult Apple has completed its first trial run assembly of the iPhone SE in India as part of a cunning plan to get a foothold in a market which favours cheap and cheerful products.
Nine out of 10 smartphones
While the fruity cargo-cult Apple and its minions in the Tame Apple Press want you to believe that iOS is the most successful operating system, Google Android really is the clear winner.
13.7 percent less than last year
The death of the "game changing" keyboardless netbook continues as Digitimes Research predicts that only 35 million tablets will be shipped globally during the second quarter of 2017.
Will serve with fried chips
Fruity cargo-cult Apple is so desperate to get out of the failing smartphone business it appears to be thinking about making pizzas.
Single-lens camera design similar to iPhone 7
Apple is expected to release a second-generation refresh of its popular iPhone SE, which has enjoyed robust sales in the low-end market worldwide and has now cut into the sales of higher-priced iPhone units in the US.
For the same spec as a two year old Samsung
A research note shared by a Goldman Sachs analyst has suggested that the 256GB iPhone 8 will cost consumers $1,099.
Will patent it and claim to have invented it
Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has worked out that most of its users are sleep walking to the Apple store to buy their products and thinks it might be better that they get some sort of tracking gear.
Apple business model questioned
Silicon Valley is missing out on millions because it follows Apple’s policy of charging a fortune and ignores poor people.
Shares up 50 percent since US election, 33 percent this year
On Monday, Apple became the first company in US history to reach a historic $800 billion market capitalization, just over two years after it crossed the previous $700 billion threshold. Despite our longstanding criticisms, it remains the world’s most valuable publicly traded company after earnings.