Apple showed encrypted passwords in plain text
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High noon on High Sierra.

Apple’s security superiority over Windows has been highlighted yet again as the macOS High Sierra exposed the passwords of encrypted Apple File System volumes in plain text.

Indian government considers propping up failing Apple
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Sure we will prop up your failing business model - what else can we spend our cash on?

It appears that the Indian government is taking seriously a request from Apple to help prop up its failing business model and inflate its stonking margins.

EU sues Ireland over Apple tax pact
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Wednesday, 04 October 2017 12:09

EU sues Ireland over Apple tax pact


Ireland ignored Apple's $15.3 billion owed tax

Ireland's relationship with Apple was so cosy it allowed Jobs' Mob to avoid paying more than $15.3 billion in tax, according to the European Commission.

Tame Apple Press discovers that Macs are less secure than PCs
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But that means that Apple has been lying to us

Reporters at the International Business Times were shocked to discover that their Apple Macs, which they have been insisting were more secure than PCs, are actually a doddle to knock over.

FCC tells Apple to turn on its FM radio function
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Stop Apple fanboys from dying

Fruity cargo cult Apple has a problem with allowing users to have a radio function on their iPhones – it wants them to use its expensive Apple Play instead.

Apple’s face security is so poor a child can break it
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Jobs’ Mob warns against children using iPhones

Apple’s face scanning software can be broken by anyone under the age of 13 and the fruity cargo cult has been forced to admit that it does not really work for kids.

Study confirms new iOS is a battery vampire
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Tuesday, 26 September 2017 12:08

Study confirms new iOS is a battery vampire


iOS is robbery, assault on battery

A study conducted by security research firm Wandera has confirmed that iOS 11 is causing iPhone and iPad batteries to drain twice as fast.

Apple knowingly released new macOS High Sierra,with a zero-day bug
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Apple fanboy reveals that his favourite company is security nightmare

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has released its macOS High Sierra desktop and notebook operating system in the full knowledge that it has a zero day bug which allows hackers to steal password details.

Apple now getting bad reviews
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Monday, 25 September 2017 12:11

Apple now getting bad reviews


Tame Apple Press is miffed


When Apple releases an inferior product, traditionally the Tame Apple Press wades in to hawk it. It seems that the reviewers of Apple’s current batch of products did not get the memo.

Never mind the polar bears, repairing iPhones is bad
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Apple environmental officer sees nothing wrong with stopping people repairing their phones

The fruity cargo cult Apple’s environmental officer must have a conflict of interest when it comes to keeping the planet safe when she works for an outfit whose sole reason for being is flogging overpriced toys to rich kids and making profits.