Apple gets revenge on EU by cutting off its nose to spite its face
The fruity tax dodger Apple is taking out a weird revenge on Europe for making it pay tax – it is forcing European fanboys to pay more for its iPhone 7s.
Stephen Fry and I finally start agreeing again
Apple’s number one British fanboy, next to Chris Martin, has suddenly waded into his favourite company over its tax dodging antics at the sidelines of its iPhone 7 launch.
Even the New York Times was unimpressed
Yesterday’s rally by the Apple Cargo Cult did nothing to improve the outfit’s outlook or give the world any new products to get excited about. In fact, it has effectively crippled itself for a year.
Ceramic Watch Series 2 Edition starts at US $1249
Apple has updated its website with new devices and now we can finally check out all the Watch Series 2 models and there are plenty to choose from, ranging from US $369 to a rather startling US $1,299.
A quad-core chip
While it did not reveal a lot of precise information, we now know that Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come with a fancy new quad-core A10 Fusion SoC.
Featuring A10 Fusion 16nm processor, depth-mapping camera lenses
On Wednesday morning, Apple took the wraps off its tenth-generation iPhone lineup, now formally known as “iPhone 7” and “iPhone 7 Plus”.
Now swim-proof, with new S2 SoC and watchOS 3
Before unveiling the new iPhone smartphones, Apple CEO Tim Cook decided to talk about the Apple Watch first, talking about the watchOS 3, Pokemon Go on the watch and the Apple Watch Series 2.
Introduces new Nintendo Super Mario Run game
Apple has kicked off its Apple event in San Francisco, California talking about both its Apple Music and its App Store, with a special focus on games.
Here's how to watch it
Apple's event, where we will see new iPhone 7 smartphones and probably some other new devices, will start in less than an hour (10AM PDT) at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco, California and now there is a way to see the live stream, even if you are using a PC.