Apple taps BOE for iPhone screens
Published in News

Deeper into China

Hopes that the fruity cargo cult Apple might abandon China and set up shop in the US appear to have been dashed as the outfit appears to be negotiating a deal with Chinese BOE for screens for its smartphones.

Big tech being investigated for antitrust
Published in PC Hardware

The US suddenly realises that Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple are not that nice

State attorneys in more than a dozen states are preparing to begin an antitrust investigation of the tech giants.

Apple's former boss leaves in search of intelligence
Published in AI

Joins Microsoft's AI unit

Bill Stasior, the former head of Apple's Siri division, is leaving the company after nearly a decade to join Microsoft's artificial intelligence division.

Developers revolt against the Apple cult
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Does not treat its own Apps in the same way

A group of developers has fired off a stiffly worded missive to the Cult Leader Tim Cook saying that Apple's changes to its iOS 13 operating system will hurt their business.

Apple software allows jailbreaks again
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Now anyone can break out and own their expensive phone

The software geniuses at the fruity cargo cult Apple have enabled it to be a doodle to jailbreak iPhones using the latest version of its mobile operating system iOS by unpatching a vulnerability it had already fixed.

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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Your product doesn't ship with our "burst into flames" feature

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

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.