Because schools can’t read Apple’s esoteric photo formats
Apple’s insistence on using esoteric file formats is forcing fanboys to resit their exams.
Unified programming interface for public health
Tech giants Apple and Google have rolled out a COVID-19 exposure notification system, essentially a unified programming interface that will allow public health departments to create their own contact tracing applications.
They will not come with the phone any more
Just when you think that Apple could not work out another way to make its customers pay more for their phones, the fruity cargo cult has come up with another way to punish its users for following it.
But customers must wear masks while they are robbed
Apple has said that it will also open 25 stores in the US this week but fanboys who show up with their heavy weapons in a show of solidarity for its anti-lock down policy will have to wear masks and have their temperature taken.
Yeah, about that
Apple’s security is so pants, a software exploit broker has stopped offering bounties on jailbreaking the software because there are too many out there.
SE shows flaws in Apple's pricing
The Tame Apple Press has got itself into trouble by looking at the spec of the Apple iPhoneSE and the iPhone 11.
Free for the developers for the first time
Apple had already said that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held online, and now we know it kicks off on June 22nd.
At least for now
Jobs’ Mob appear to have done a deal with Intel so that its new 10th-generation quad-core CPUs found in the new MacBook Pro 13-inch are exclusive to Apple.
You can't save them
As predicted, the proprietary locking system Apple rolled out with its 2018 MacBook Pros is hurting independent repair stores, refurbishers, and electronics recyclers.