Iphone grassed up Apple fanboy
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Health app not so cool if you want to rape and kill someone

An Apple fanboy is regretting installing Apple’s health app on his phone.

HarperCollins settles over Jobs' cartel
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Canadian deal brings chapter to an end

A rather nasty chapter in Steve Jobs' biography has finally drawn to a close after publisher HarperCollins has agreed to donate $120,000 in books as part of a settlement with a Canadian law enforcement agency.

Apple investigated for “planned obsolescence”
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French do not like the idea of battery throttling

Officer of the lure, Inspector Clouseau, is taking on his biggest case to bring down the fruity cargo cult Apple.

Apple shareholders call for an end to iPhone addiction
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Want Apple to be less cultish


Apple shareholders, who do not really understand what they have been buying, want Jobs’ Mob to stop encouraging product addiction.

Apple stuffed as sales people start telling the truth
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Tame Apple Press furious


The Tame Apple Press is furious that truthful sales people are undermining all the efforts it made to make the iPhone X look super cool and value for money.

Sorry Europe Apple $29 battery deal is for English-speakers only
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Europeans have to upgrade or be throttled

It is impressive how easily Apple shuts up journalists. Jobs' Mob managed to convince the tame Apple Press that it was not evil for throttling old iPhones by dropping the cost of battery replacement – but it seems only English and American Apple fanboys will be given the discount.

SEC tells Apple to listen to shareholders
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Must listen to a proposal about human rights

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has been told that it must listen to its shareholders when they ask it to adopt policies that encourage human rights.

Apple has shot itself in the foot
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Battery issues will damage 2018 sales

The fruity cargo-cult Apple’s moves to throttle the speed of iPhones with old batteries will damage its 2018 sales, according to Barclays Bank analysts.

Tower of Babel grows as Roku has its say
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Help me, help me!

Roku will introduce a voice assistant with its technology later this year, entering what's getting to be a crowded space packed with the likes of Amazon, Google, Apple and more.

Apple says sorry for “misunderstanding” over phone throttling
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All a terrible misunderstanding

Apple has just published a letter to customers saying sorry for throttling older phones which might have dodgy batteries without telling them.