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.
Times are a changing in the Tame Apple Press
It seems that key members of the Tame Apple Press are starting to have epiphanies lately about how bad Apple really is and are starting to turn on the cult for failing to meet their expectations and spin.
Near-field magnetic resonance (NFMR) charging
Apple is said to be developing a wireless charging technology for its next-next generation iPhone and iPad lineups in 2017 that should be able to charge the devices from over 1 meter away, sources close to Bloomberg have claimed.
Knows its target market
Software king of the world Microsoft has been doing some research into the needs and wants of Apple fanboys and reached the conclusion that they need a keyboard which can be used one-handed.
Analyst cuts sales by half
An analyst has cut his estimate of projected sales of the rumoured new 4-inch iPhone, reportedly called the "iPhone 5se," in half, from 18-20 million down to 10-12 million units.
Finally wakes up
The Tame Apple Press is starting to report what we have been saying for months, iPhone sales have slumped for the first time in ten years.
Allows fanboys to defect
Search engine outfit Google is offering Apple fanboys a way to get a proper smartwatch without losing the only product that Jobs’ Mob makes – the iPhone.
This quarter will be dire
The price of depending on one product will continue to drag Apple down in the first quarter of 2016.
Apple orders less from suppliers
While the Tame Apple Press is writing yearly reviews which claim that Jobs’ Mob cleaned everyone’s clock this year, it appears that sales of its only remaining “growing” product is slumping.
Wall Street fears iPhone not doing as well as marketed
The Fruity Cargo cult Apple is facing problems with Wall Street analysts who are refusing to repeat what its marketing department is telling them about the iPhone.