Apple prepares to enter Saudi Arabia
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Fundamentalist religious cult with too much money enters Saudi Arabia

Apple is in licensing discussions with Riyadh on investing in Saudi Arabia and turning the region into a Mecca for Apple goods.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has battery problem
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Tame Apple Press claims it is just copying Apple again

While the iPhone has been suffering from battery problems, thanks mostly to Jobs' Mob's throttling of users for their own good, the Tame Apple Press has been focusing on the rival Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which appears to have problems of its own.

Apple faces more bad news on IPhoneX
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Predictions get gloomier

Staff at the fruity cargo cult Apple will be hitting the Christmas spirits over the holidays as it looks like the company's cunning plan of keeping its iPhone cash cow alive by making users pay more has failed.

Apple loses top chipman
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22 December 2017

Apple loses top chipman

John Bruno moves to Google

ATI and later AMD started the great trend of letting journalists talk to actual engineers. Nvidia followed, and soon I had the chance to meet John Bruno, who this week is leaving Apple to shift to Google.

Apple sued for throttling battery use
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But, but, it is a feature

Apple is facing two class-action lawsuits, filed by furious customers just days after the firm admitted to intentionally slowing down older iPhones.

High end phones in 2019 will be 5G NR
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Most of them

We are wrapping up an exciting 2017 and we are about to kick start 2018 with a high speed  CES  in early January. But what about 2019? According to well-placed industry sources, most phones launching in 2019 will be able to support 5G NR.

Apple punishes its Indian customers
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Increasing the price is a nationwide face-palm

The fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to punish its poor Indian customers for its government daring to make it pay tax by raising its prices even more so that less people can afford them.

Chinese phone makers bring smartphone war to America
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After kicking Jobs’ Mob’s in its home market

After the iPhone X received a good kicking in China, when Apple made the mistake of trying to jack the price up to “silly money” levels, Chinese phone manufacturers are considering taking the fight to Apple.

Apple’s iPhone X has difficulty with Chinese
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You all look the same to me

Apple’s comedy facial recognition system on its overpriced iPhone X appears to have a few difficulties telling Chinese apart.

Amazon buries the hatchet with Google and Apple
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It is still money

Amazon confirmed Thursday that it will again sell the Apple TV set-top box and Google Chromecast dongle. The company had stopped selling the devices after disputes with the pair.