Boffins turn all stolen phones into a Samsung Note 7
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Still better than an iPhone


Researchers have developed new technology that can prevent stolen phones turning  into a smouldering blob of plastic, or the case of an iPhone a beautiful looking, reassuringly expensive smouldering blob of plastic.

iPhones more likely to break than Android
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Particularly if you put them near me and a hammer

Apple’s build quality has dropped down the loo, according to mobile diagnostics outfit Blancco Technology Group.

Intel aiming to push Qualcomm out of the iPhone
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No really


The Tame Apple Press, which has turned on Qualcomm of late for daring to stand up to Jobs’ Mob, is putting about a story that Intel is going to take over all Apple’s modem work.

Foxconn's January revenues slowly regaining momentum
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Experiencing relatively quiet off-season period after holidays


Foxconn Electronics is slowly regaining revenue momentum in January after posting its first-ever annual sales decline over the course of 2016 due to mild demand from major client Apple, its first ever since going public 25 years ago.

Apple's upcoming flagship 5.8-inch iPhone features glass housing
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Stainless steel reinforced frame, and a higher price


Apple’s upcoming flagship iPhone, set to be released with a rather large 5.8-inch display size, is expected to adopt a chassis made of reinforced glass with a stainless steel metal frame, according to sources from within the upstream supply chain.

iPhone will not get a USB-C connection
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That would be helpful for Apple fanboys 

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is not going to follow the trend towards USB-C on its coming iPhone 8.

Average iPhone selling price was $695
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Robbing a wallet near you

Last week Apple announced that the average selling price of the iPhones jumped to $695, proving once again that Jobs was right about people not wanting a larger phone. 

Apple can be sued for playing monopoly
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Old case back from the dead

An old case which accused Apple of conspiring to create a monopoly has risen from the grave to bite Jobs’ Mob.

The bezel will be a celeb death this year
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Living on the edge


This year we will see the end of the bezel, or at least phones with very slim ones.

2016 was the year Cook's Apple lost the plot
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Its numbers are ok but it forgot who its users are 

A top Silicon Valley veteran has blasted Apple for its terrible performance last year.