Products must be fixable
In a move which will have Apple clutching its bottom line in fear, the EU has decided to outlaw planned obsolescence and insist that all products must be fixable.
Copying Samsung again
One of Apple’s cathedrals of delight in Amsterdam had to be cleared of the faithful after an iPad started to copy Samsung and exploded.
Can't risk offence to our Chinese masters
The fruity cargo cult Apple is so terrified of upsetting the Chinese government that it has pulled more than 25,000 apps from its store.
Claims it's ahead of the curve with 7 and 5nm
CPU design firm ARM has shown off its roadmap for the next two years with the hope that it will inspire terror inside Intel and attract renewed interest from laptop vendors.
Second biggest smartphone seller
The fruity cargo cult Apple is no longer the second biggest smartphone maker having been beaten by China’s Huawei.
But higher prices still means Job's Mob still makes more money
The Tame Apple Press is celebrating the fact that its favourite company managed to make more money in the third quarter. Apple’s revenues were up to $53.3 billion vs. $52.34 billion last year.
Surrender Tame Apple Press tells Samsung
Samsung Electronics posted its slowest quarterly profit growth in more than a year and the Tame Apple Press has put the boot in.
Rumours of less
The dark satanic rumour mill says Apple's upcoming iPad Pro models will feature slightly smaller bodies, a relocated Smart Connector, and no headphone jack.
Partial payment from a disputed licensee
Qualcomm Technologies Licensing (QTL) has announced that a licensee in dispute with the company decided to pay it $500 million, something that heavily reflected on the QTL financial results for fiscal Q3 2018. This number goes on top of a good fiscal Q3 2018 where the company beat previous estimates.
Apple Security not just a problem for software
The Apple T2 chip, that enables things like secure boot, better-encrypted storage, and "Hey Siri" support may be causing issues in MacBook Pro and iMac Pro computers.