Chinese anti-Apple sentiment rising
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And the government has not weighed in yet

US Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s trade war is having a knock-on effect on the fruity cargo cult Apple.

Apple makes a slow-down pledge
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If our update makes your phone worse, we will tell you

A UK consumer watchdog has growled until Apple has agreed to notify consumers if future iOS software updates slow down or change the performance of an iPhone.

ARM severs links with Huawei
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This is all getting alARMing

British based ARM has told its employees that cooperation with Chinese giant Huawei must stop.

Apple will take years to build a 5G modem
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It can’t get the wood

Fruity cargo cult Apple has no chance of escaping Qualcomm’s clutches for at least six years.

iPhone hacked but Apple does not want you to know
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Tame Apple Press shocked

The Tame Apple Press has discovered much to its shock that the iPhone could be easily hacked and they would never know.

Foxconn tanks on Apple dependence
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Shares drop

Foxconn, the electronics manufacturer, reported a 17.7 percent year-on-year drop in profits in the first quarter after several months of weak iPhone growth.

Supremes tell Apple to stop trying to gerrymander antitrust law
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The antitrust case should proceed

Fruity Cargo cult Apple’s bid to get an antitrust case thrown out by the Supreme Court before any evidence was made public has failed.

Google slams Apple for putting a price on privacy
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All depends on how you see it

Google CEO Sundar Pichai slammed Apple for making privacy a luxury good which is only available for those who can afford it.

How Steve Jobs killed off the British sex drive
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No sex please we are British

When Steve Jobs popularised smartphone technology he had no idea that he would be personally responsible for stopping British people from having sex.

Apple stores try turn around
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Brand obsession is not the same as customer service

The Fruity cargo-cult Apple’s attempts to set up cathedrals of desire, or Apple Stores, is starting to backfire.