Foxconn replaces 60,000 workers with robots
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Until the new iPhone makers start killing themslves

Foxconn has finally resolved the problem of labourers working on the iPhone trying to kill themselves by replacing 60,000 of them with robots.

India bans Apple because it is not innovative enough
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We have enough religions already thanks

India has rejected the Apple Cargo cult's request to set up iPhone temples, other wise known as Apple Stores, in the country because it makes all its products in foreign parts.

Windows Phone OS now on less than 1 percent of phones
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Microsoft only sells 2.3 million Lumia devices in Q1 2016

According to the latest report, Microsoft's Windows Phone now holds less than one percent of the market share due to low sales in the Q1 2016.

Apple requests up to 78 million iPhone 7 units by year's end
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Last year Apple requested between 85 and 90 milion

According to a new report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily Times, fruit-themed giant Apple may be ordering several million more units of its tenth-generation iPhone units than previously expected by Wall Street investors. Asian news outlets are claiming this is the highest production target the company has set since the initial shipments iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units were manufactured in 2014.

Apple's next iPhone will include 256GB storage option
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16GB, 64GB and 256GB SanDisk NAND flash options

On Monday, some new images surfaced of the dual-lens rear camera and various NAND flash storage modules that Apple intends to use in its tenth-generation iPhone lineup. Previous rumors have suggested that the company would be migrating to a 256GB storage option on its flagship iPhone 7, and the new images now appear to confirm this transition.

Apple looking at cheaper Indian developers
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Need to sort out software failures

In a bid to sort out Apple’s falling software standards problem, Jobs’ Mob CEO Tim Cook is looking to India.

Apple update breaks iPad Pros
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You get what you pay for

The programming genii at Apple have just released a software update which breaks its expensive Surface Clones the iPad pro and makes users wish they had saved their money and bought something cheaper and more viable.

Intel modems will be in half of iPhone 7s
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Ready for this year

Chipzilla has scored a more significant chunk of the upcoming iPhone 7 which is due to be released this year.

Global Tablet sales continue to fall
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4.6 per cent lower

Beancounters working for Digitimes have added up some numbers and worked out that global tablet shipments are expected to drop 4.6 per cent sequentially.

Apple admits deleting music collections
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Clueless as to why

Fruity cargo cult Apple has admitted that its super-cool, innovative, cutting edge, music streaming software does delete users’ old record collections. However it has reassured users that the software genii it hires can’t work out why it does this.