Yes Apple, the law does apply to you
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple was shocked after the Brazilian government enforced a law it democratically voted on and pulled its iPhone’s from stores across the land.
Ruins the “premium experience”
Staff at the fruity cargo-cult Apple are hacked off at their management’s move to fill the iPhone with advertising.
Blames the Chinese Covid lockdowns
Fruity cargo cult Apple is insisting that its new iPhones are in short supply, despite cutting back on production because no one was interested in them.
It has no choice
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has admitted that it has “no choice” but to upgrade the charging ports on its upcoming iPhones to follow an EU directive.
Cash cow really stuck
Apple has slowed production of its flaghip iPhone 14 Plus 'by 40 percent' just two weeks after the September launch because consumers are not touching them with a barge pole.
Shares tumble as cash cow stuck
Apple fanboys are ignoring Jobs’ Mob’s latest iPhone offerings in droves leading shareholders to see darker days ahead for Apple.
Why can't Apple get the batteries right?
The Tame Apple Press is having to admit that its favourite company's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is a lemon... or at least is better off powered by one.
Will be providing a rubber band and software which does work next week
Fruity cargo-cult Apple is having some serious headaches with the software in its iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max and has admitted that it will have to fix it before the camera will work properly.
Dorset Echo goes a little bonkers
The fruity cargo cult Apple has been able to get away with murder over the years thanks to its religiously inspired fanboys. Now it seems Apple has felt the need to test their faith by releasing an iPhone is dangerous – at least according to the Dorset Echo.