Apple warns it could be damaged by US tariffs
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While Samsung will not

President Donald [Prince of Orange] Trump said on Sunday that he had spoken with Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook about the impact of US  tariffs on Chinese imports who made a “good point” that US based companies would suffer while its foreign rivals wouldn’t.

Apple sues Corellium for piracy
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Friday, 16 August 2019 10:20

Apple sues Corellium for piracy


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Apple has filed a lawsuit against Corellium, accusing the software company of illegally selling virtual copies of iOS under the guise of helping discover security flaws.

Apple might be getting ready to bury the hatchet with Spotify
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It might be a fight it can't win

Apple and Spotify are in talks about potentially enabling Siri to play songs, albums, and playlists from the leading subscription music service.

MacBook Pros banned from flights
Published in PC Hardware
Wednesday, 14 August 2019 12:09

MacBook Pros banned from flights


Might catch fire

After mocking Samsung products for catching fire, and its Tame Apple Press demanding that they be banned from aircraft, it seems that Jobs’ Mob has been hoisted by its own petard.

Apple makes it even harder for people to repair their phone
Published in Mobiles


Never mind locked in batteries, Apple insists they are coded

Apple has tied batteries to specific iPhones, meaning that only it can perform an authorised battery replacement on the newest versions of iPhones, two independent experiments have found.

Apple steps up bounty on iPhone bugs
Published in Mobiles
Friday, 09 August 2019 10:48

Apple steps up bounty on iPhone bugs


Finally a decent income for iPhone hackers

Apple has increased the amount it’s offering hackers for finding vulnerabilities in iPhones and Macs, up to $1 million.

Russians investigate Apple
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Thursday, 08 August 2019 11:34

Russians investigate Apple


Antitrust watchdog growls

Apple is under investigation in Russia following a complaint from cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab that it may be abusing its dominant position in smartphone apps, Russia’s anti-monopoly watchdog growled.

Apple finally agrees to stop contractors listening to phone calls
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Now that everyone has found out about it

Fruity cargo cult Apple, which spends rather a lot of time telling off other companies over privacy issues, has agreed to stop its contractors listening in to users conversations until everyone forgets it was doing it and permits it.

Apple’s software lets it down again
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Friday, 02 August 2019 11:50

Apple’s software lets it down again


Features leave the phone wide open

The software genii at the fruity Cargo-cult Apple, who bought you a clock which could not adjust for summer, does not appear to have thought through network sharing functions.

Apple not shifting production back to US
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Thursday, 01 August 2019 12:53

Apple not shifting production back to US


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Hopes by President Donald [Prince of Orange] Trump that his trade war might lure Apple back to the US appear to have had the same success as his other policies.