Orders customers to upgrade
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s inability to do basic programming is being used as a marketing tool to force users to update their software.
Innovation happens outside the fruity cargo cult
A startup founded by a former Apple bloke is coming up with cutting edge technology which aims to bring something new to the smartphone industry.
Don’t outsource parenting to Jobs’ Mob
Apple fanboys who believe that they can outsource parenting to their favourite company beware – your child can bypass Apple Screen Time.
The fruity cargo cult Apple ordered TV show content creators that they must not show China in a bad light in any of their programmes.
What could go wrong?
Apple, which often positions itself as a champion of privacy and human rights, is sending some IP addresses from users of its Safari browser on iOS to Chinese conglomerate Tencent -- a company with close ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
Consumers must pay twice within walled garden of delights
Apple has been unable to get cross-device compatibility within its walled garden of delights going correctly and the only people suffering are consumers.
Must... obey... China
In a desperate attempt to get the Chinese onside again, Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is trying to pretend that Taiwan does not exist.
Claims it will be "affordable"
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is expected to launch the next version of the iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of 2020 and apparently it will be "affordable".
Woe, woe, thrice woe
Apple's problems with iOS 13 are not going away despite three updates.