Buys and shuts down its social network
Apple has bought the domain name iCloud.net, and shut down the independent social network that lived there.
A long rant as to why it is “special” and the EU smells of nintendo
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has sent a 14 point legal rant to the EU claiming it is special and does not have to pay tax like everyone else.
Huawei carving its own space
While the western press has attempted to make the smartphone market into a battle between the leaders Apple and Samsung, it is starting to look like both are losing ground to Huawei.
Repairing your phone is dangerous
The fruity Tax-Dodging cargo-cult Apple is so terrified that people will discover that repairing Apple gear through its Genius bar is unnecessarily expensive that it is going to war with Nebraska.
It looks like Android makers are rallying around to dump a spoiler on Apple’s launch of the iPhone 8.
Stainless steel reinforced frame, and a higher price
Apple’s upcoming flagship iPhone, set to be released with a rather large 5.8-inch display size, is expected to adopt a chassis made of reinforced glass with a stainless steel metal frame, according to sources from within the upstream supply chain.
It is borked but Apple is still displaying it
After keeping rather quiet about faults on the LG's UltraFine 5K monitor which it suggested fanboys bought to plug into their Macs, Apple appears to be delaying sales for a couple of months until the borked units can be replaced.
Rant: Keeping the press tame
Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple claims that it is working to defeat all that nasty fake news that is out there, but there is a very real possibility that it will use the system to censor any media organisations which are not card carrying members of the Tame Apple Press.
No long-range wireless charging solutions for now
Long-standing rumors surrounding the possibility of wireless charging being a hot feature in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8 this year are now receiving some confirmation, thanks to the company’s recent decision to join the 213-member Wireless Power Consortium group.