Even the New York Times was unimpressed
Yesterday’s rally by the Apple Cargo Cult did nothing to improve the outfit’s outlook or give the world any new products to get excited about. In fact, it has effectively crippled itself for a year.
A quad-core chip
While it did not reveal a lot of precise information, we now know that Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come with a fancy new quad-core A10 Fusion SoC.
Here's how to watch it
Apple's event, where we will see new iPhone 7 smartphones and probably some other new devices, will start in less than an hour (10AM PDT) at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco, California and now there is a way to see the live stream, even if you are using a PC.
We didn’t get what we paid for
Fruity cargo cult Apple, which peddles hyper-priced mobiles, is being sued after the touch screens started breaking.
Apple is "Rumor Central"
Just a few hours after a couple of leaks pointed out that Apple might hold its event on September 7th, Apple has sent official invites for the event to select members of the press it likes.
Panel orders drop by 20 percent, chip orders by 15 percent
On Friday, the Nikkei Asian Review journal published a story hinting that some of Apple’s part suppliers in the iPhone supply chain are still trying to fix low yield rates of their components. Some forecasts are now cutting total iPhone production for the July to December period by five percent, from 120 million down to 114 million.
Everyone else copied it
Apple has baffled those technology journalists who have not sold their souls to the fruity cargo cult by claiming that it is already doing AI and it is right up there with the big boys and girls.
Poor reliability claims report
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s iPhone cash cow is dying on its feet as crashing apps, dodgy wi-fi and general poor reliability make it a poor alternative to Android.
Here is why
Intel, Samsung, MediaTek, Huawei and Qualcomm all claim the leadership for 5G and most of them will have a tough time to deliver on this promise. Nokia, Huawei and Ericsson - from the networking component standpoint - claim they can do great things with 5G.