It is not a swan song
We did suspect that Apple had given up and surrendered the notebook ground to Microsoft with the release of its latest MacBook Pro – but it seems we might have been wrong.
All part of the service – when you don’t pay much tax
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple has been told that it will not have to jump through all the hoops that other company’s normally do to get planning approval for its new Irish base.
Mac users are revolting... well more revolting than normal
The Tame Apple Press is in a lot of pain over the new Apple Mac Pro. No matter how hard it tries, it cannot polish the turd and is now turning against its Apple overlords.
First-gen Texas Instruments controllers will not work
While Apple may have launched a new MacBook Pro with an LED touch bar a week and a half ago and with Thunderbolt 3 ready USB-C connectors, a compatibility test shows that not all devices using the standard will be able to operate with the notebook.
They will be late but not that late
Apple’s overpriced and infinitely losable earbuds are seeing delays getting to market and no one is sure when they will hit the shops.
Its larger iPhone is too big
Despite genii at Apple might have made a bit of a mess of its VR plans.
Trouble with intel’s 10nm continues
KGI Securities and world’s leading Apple leaking analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, shared that Cannon Lake 10nm is likely to debut in 2H 2017 in new, 32GB capable Macbook Pros. The transition to LPDDR4 could result in 15-25 percent less power consumption over the current LPDDR3.
Too much competition
Fruity, tax-dodging, cargo cult Apple is slowly realising that its Apple Music streaming product is about as popular as the Boston Strangler.
Steve Jobs was completely wrong
Despite what Steve Jobs and his minions in the Tame Apple Press told us, the tablet was not a game changer, and was simply yet another fashion fad which is now going the way of the dodo and the iPod.
Lets Apple off but makes Microsoft customers vulnerable
After allowing Apple six months to fix a critical zero-day flaw, it seems that the Google security team gave Microsoft just 10 days to fix something before going public.