Antitrust inquiry into Apple's antics
According to a collection of internal emails recently released by lawmakers, as part of the House Judiciary Committee's antirust probe into Apple, a series of Amazon advertisements prompted Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller to block in-app purchases of Kindle books on iOS.
Confirms more product delays
While the fruity cargo cult Apple had supply problems due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its bottom line was boosted by people suddenly needing gear to work from home.
While the fruity cargo cult Apple is insisting that it needs to take a third of profits from app store developers, it is not above doing cosy deals with the likes of Amazon.
Qualcomm hints of delays
Qualcomm's Q3 earnings report might indicate a delay for Apple's upcoming 5G iPhones, with the company highlighting a "partial impact from the delay of a global 5G flagship phone launch" for its fourth quarter projections, which covers July, August, and September earnings.
Slowed down older iPhones
Arizona is leading a multi-US state probe into whether Apple deliberate slowing of older iPhones violated deceptive trade practice laws.
As we predicted, it was a waste of time
The four big tech leaders spun their way through an antitrust panel in which they were so safe they could practically admit antitrust behaviour and get away with it.
It is going to tell Congress what to do
It is a big day for the four biggest names in technology, they are going to show up in front of Congress which is pretty much in their pockets and answer tough questions like “how do you relax?”
Makes profits from crime
"Apple is being sued for allegedly refusing to help those who have fallen victim to a iTunes gift card scam.
Always let your conscience be your guide
Several US states are investigating the Fruity Cargo Cult Apple for deceiving consumers, according to a March document obtained by a tech watchdog group the Tech Transparency Project.