iPhone sushi is not an approved technology solution
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been forced to tell its rather stupid fanboys that sticking their expensive iPhones in a bed of rice will not be good for their health.
Failure meets vapourware in custard's last stand
Fruity cargo cult Apple is so proud of its Vision Pro team, which made an expensive product which is being returned, it has shifted them to sorting out its foldable phone flop mess.
The emperor has no clothes
Apple's Vision Pro is getting a lot of stick now that it can be stuck to faces and now Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg has joined in.
Beeper Mini fiasco bubbles up again
Republican Commissioner Brendan Carr is demanding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) probe into Apple’s swift shutdown of Beeper Mini, the cheeky app that dared to bring iMessage to Android.
Anti-Rich Moron law
US politicians are mulling new laws because Apple fanboys are too stupid to take their Vision Pro headsets off when they are driving.
Plastic scratches easily and passwords require Apple store visit
The Apple Vision Pro is a bulky bit of mixed-reality kit, and that's because most of us thought it was made of posh materials like glass and aluminium.
Rich and incredibly stupid
A daft driver was caught red-handed by the cops after he tried to drive a Tesla with a £2,500 Apple gadget strapped to his face.
Cleaning Apple’s clock
Chinese phone giant Huawei plans to order more Mate 70s, its latest and greatest smartphone, to eliminate Apple and its iPhone 16 from the Chinese market.
To last through March 2027 is a big day for QTL
Qualcomm has announced its Q1 fiscal 2024 results and is back to growth. The restructuring is working out, as the company announced $9.92 billion in revenues and $2.77 billion in net income, exceeding the high end of the company's guidance. A significant announcement of a great quarter result is that Apple will use Qualcomm's 5G licensing at least until the end of Q1 2027.
Not innovative enough to ditch Qualcomm
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell-on-earth yarn, claiming that the fruity cargo cult Apple is being forced to delay the generation of its modem chips because it can’t get them to go.