Apple planning new 10.5-inch iPads
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Bigger tablets are more popular with enterprises 

Apple looks set to launch a 10.5-inch iPad in 2017, because businesses and schools want them – apparently.

Trump ready to bribe Apple to move back to the US
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Subsiding production like all good socialists

Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump has said that he is prepared to offer all sorts of sweeteners so that Apple will set up a plant in the US.

Apple still makes most of the smartphone profit
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As if that is a good thing

The Tame Apple Press is running a story patting  its favourite toy maker on the back for making the most profits.

Microsoft hassles Apple’s lack of innovation
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Does it have to keep copying us?

The software king of the world, Microsoft, is starting to hassle Apple for its lack of originality.

Apple closes wireless router division
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Now more past its sell by date than Steve Jobs 

The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple appears to be seeking to be the world leader in vapourware by promising shedloads of products which never turn up.

Developers abandon Apple MacBook Pro for Windows
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Jobs’ Mob really has scored an own goal


Developers are being forced away from Apple’s Macbook Pro line and onto proper Windows based computers for the first time because someone in Apple’s design department forgot that they needed the escape and function keys.

Apple crippled Qualcomm modem to make it work like Intel’s
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Can’t have some working better than others


Apple has solved the performance gap between the Intel and Qualcomm modems on the iPhone 7 by disabling some of the Qualcomm X12 modem features so that it performs similarly to the Intel version.

Apple to replace faulty iPhone 6S batteries
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Some customers experiencing abrupt shutdowns

On Sunday, Apple launched a repair service for users of a small batch of iPhone 6S devices that have been experiencing shutdown problems due to faulty batteries.

Samsung is still the number one mobile maker
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Apple did not cash in on Note 7 fiasco

Samsung Electronics is still the number one global seller of smartphones in spite of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

iPhones send data to Jobs’ Mob after all
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Call history goes to iCloud where Apple stores it

A team of Russian security experts has found that Apple might have access to more user data than it is letting on.