Kanye West wants Apple to build Trump an 'iPlane'
Published in Transportation

And for once we agree with him

Popular beat combo artist and Trump luvvie Kanye West thinks it would be a really good idea if Apple built an iPlane for Donald Trump. While we don’t normally agree with Apple building anything for anyone, we think this might actually save the world.

Apple buys part of Dialog cheap
Published in News

After dumping the company as a supplier

Apple is to buy part of Dialog Semiconductor’s business in a $600 million deal after it knifed the company last year.

Apple set to SOC it to 'em, baby
Published in News

If you go it alone, you make more money

A senior analyst predicted at a conference in Barcelona today that following its success on the processor front, it is only a matter of time before Apple creates its own system on a chip (SOC), bypassing suppliers in its egostructure (sic).

Bloomberg finds more proof of hacked Supermicro hardware
Published in PC Hardware

Despite strong denials from the likes of Apple, Amazon and Supermicro

Despite denials from Big Tech, Bloomberg is continuing to find proof that  China has been sabotaging critical technology components bound for America.

Apple fanboys lose case against Google spying
Published in News

Court says no one suffered damage 

The High Court has blocked a bid to sue Google for allegedly unlawfully taking data from 4.4 million UK iPhone users.

Apple still has not activated secret repair kill switch
Published in PC Hardware

Expect it any day now

While Apple has informed its staff about a secret bit of malware it has installed in Macs which bricks computers which have not been repaired by Apple Genii, it has not got around to switching it on yet.

Apple finds itself in a 5G pricing dilemma
Published in Mobiles


It didn’t think ahead

It seems that Apple might face a problem over 5G because it was thinking too hard about this year’s profits.

Apple and  Amazon deny Chinese hardware attack
Published in News

Trust us it never happened

Apple and Amazon.com have denied a Bloomberg Businessweek report claiming their systems had been infiltrated by malicious computer chips inserted by Chinese spooks.

Apple writes software to stop home repairs
Published in PC Hardware

You will have to pay more to us

Fruity cargo cult Apple has installed software on its Macs which stop people doing any work on the outdated computers they have spent a fortune buying.

Cook slags off Facebook for stealing data
Published in News

Comment: Two tax dodgers have a handbag war over morality

Fruity cargo cult Apple is trying to take the moral high ground against Facebook and neither side really understand that they should be shutting their mouths and staying quiet.