Apple announces huge corporate tax dodge today
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Expect the Tame Apple Press to give it another headline


Fruity cargo cult Apple is expected to announce the results of a huge corporate tax dodge today, but expect the Tame Apple Press to be running stories about how wonderful the company is.

Apple readying Siri-based smart speaker
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May be announced at WWDC in June

According to the latest prediction from a well sourced Apple analyst, the fruit-themed toymaker is preparing to announce a Siri-based smart hub device at this year’s WWDC event, adding more fuel to a competitive voice assistant market in 2017.

Apple stops Qualcomm royalty payments
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Analysis: Qualcomm issues profit warnings

Apple has  decided to stop  royalty patent payments to Qualcomm claiming that it wants to wait until a court decides what is the right amount.

Apple is setting up a Venmo rival
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What could possibly go wrong?


For a while now the Tame Apple Press has been enthusing about Apple’s moves to set up own money-transfer service, but now it looks like it is actually happening.

Apple abandons iPhone 8
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10th anniversary iPhone 8 will not exist


The Tame Apple Press has been telling us that there will be three phones this year – iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus, alongside a third, more powerful special edition iPhone 8.

iPhone 7 ships with glitch feature
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Every fanboy wants it 


Apple fanboys owners have been counting themselves lucky to find another feature in their iPhone 7 which causes the device to hang for a few seconds before it restarts the mobile operating system.

Apple in space move
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24 April 2017

Apple in space move


Probably another tax dodge

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is desperately looking around for something to replace its dying iPhone cash-cow and has hired two Google satellite executives.

Apple paid royalties to Qualcomm
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Despite the law suits

Shareholders in Qualcomm breathed a sigh of relief after it was revealed that the fruity cargo cult Apple had been paying some of the money it owed for royalties.

Apple prepares iMac refresh for 2H 2017
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Server grade Xeon iMac arriving in Q4

According to sources within the Taiwanese supply chain, Apple is preparing to begin production on the 2017 refresh of its iMac desktop lineup in the second half of the year. The company is also testing a new server-grade iMac for enterprise users to take on Microsoft’s Surface Studio competitor.

Apple "iPhone 8" renders surface as expected
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On Sunday, several new renders purportedly showing Apple’s design for upcoming iPhone hardware this fall have appeared, and now show a device that is somewhat smaller in size than previous details leaked.