Police charity buys iPhone hacking tool
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Tuesday, 29 September 2020 11:41

Police charity buys iPhone hacking tool


Backdoor policing 

The San Diego Police Foundation, an organisation that receives donations from corporations, bought iPhone unlocking technology for the city's police department.

EU could force Apple to open iPhone payment tech
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Just working on the legislation

The European Union is weighing legislation that could force Apple to open iPhone payment technology to competitors.

New iPhone announcements likely to disappoint
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Thursday, 24 September 2020 11:55

New iPhone announcements likely to disappoint


But fanboys will still buy it

A leak of the fruity cargo cult Apple's coming iPhone 12 has revealed another pile of suck for users to have to put up with.

iPhone antithesis gets glowing reviews
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Wednesday, 23 September 2020 12:01

iPhone antithesis gets glowing reviews


Fairphone 3+ cheaper and more useful for owners

The Fairphone 3+ is getting glowing reviews and reviewers have noted that the idea is totally the opposite to Apple's model in every way.

Broadcom hints of iPhone delays
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Friday, 04 September 2020 11:53

Broadcom hints of iPhone delays


Later than most

Apple supplier Broadcom has warned that a ramp-up of annual chip shipments would be later this year than most, which some are seeing as a sign the next iPhone will arrive after the usual late September launch date.

Intel losing the iPhone contract was the beginning of the end
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According to Michael Bruck

Former chief of staff to Intel CEO Andrew Grove - and later general manager of Intel China-  has been telling the world plus dog how Intel’s fall from grace can be traced back to a butterfly flapping its wings 15 years ago.

Apple thinks it can get its macOS running on the iPhone
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Tame Apple Press are overjoyed that the the two are coming together

Now that it is moving to purge Intel from its business model, the fruity cargo cult is getting all confident that the ARM-based chips it is creating can be used anywhere.

iPhone security put Moroccan journalist at risk
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All he had to do was use the phone.

The iPhone that Moroccan journalist Omar Radi used to contact his sources also allowed his government to spy on him and at least two other journalists, according  to new research from Amnesty International.

iPhone finally gets some Android Apps
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Tuesday, 23 June 2020 11:34

iPhone finally gets some Android Apps


It must have finally invented them

The Tame Apple Press has got all excited about the fact that Apple has finally introduced customisable home screens, widgets, and picture in picture with iOS 14. The same features Android has supported for years but no one made a big song and dance about.

iPhone will record police interactions
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Thursday, 18 June 2020 12:08

iPhone will record police interactions


Hey Siri I am being pulled over by a cop with his name badge taped over

An iPhone user created a shortcut that prompts an iPhone to begin recording police interactions by the user simply uttering the phrase: "Hey Siri, I'm getting pulled over."