Use Android, UK government says
A scheme to allow European Union citizens who want to stay in the UK after the country leaves next year will exclude people who use iPhones from registering.
Latest update is borked
Apple's latest iOS update is so borked that the fruity cargo cult is not saying anything about it
Fine is probably not going to hurt
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been slapped rigorously about the chops with a wet bus ticket by an Aussie court which decided that it was wrong to brick iPhones which had been fixed at non-authorised repairers.
Consumer electronics not covered
President Donald Trump told Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook that the US government would not levy tariffs on iPhones assembled in China.
The Supreme Court will review a 2011 class-action lawsuit against Apple, accusing the company of operating an illegal monopoly by not allowing iPhone users to download mobile apps outside of its own App Store and reduce consumer choice.
Didn't take long
Yesterday the Tame Apple Press was full of praise that Apple had worked a way around police methods to bypass its security on phones owned by criminals. However, it looks like Jobs' Mob's wizard security has already been bypassed within hours of it being announced.
After four years developer writes "Dear John" to Swift
Four years after it was released to the enthusiasic applause of the Tame Apple Press, a group of developers have been looking at the progress of Apple's programming language Swift and found that Jobs' Mob created a chocolate teapot.
Someone has done an intervention
It appears that Foxconn is getting increasingly worried about its dependence on the fruity cargo cult Apple.
For $10,000 it is getting Beyoncé a joke
The fruity cargo cult Apple has shown how pointless it is to spend cash on its high end gear by obsoleting its most stupidly expensive product two years after releasing it.
Says the cash will prejudice its tax appeal
Fruity cargo cult Apple is snubbing an EU investigation into tax evasion saying that if it were involved, it would prejudice its challenge to an EU order to pay up to 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in back taxes to Ireland.