Panel orders drop by 20 percent, chip orders by 15 percent
On Friday, the Nikkei Asian Review journal published a story hinting that some of Apple’s part suppliers in the iPhone supply chain are still trying to fix low yield rates of their components. Some forecasts are now cutting total iPhone production for the July to December period by five percent, from 120 million down to 114 million.
Everyone else copied it
Apple has baffled those technology journalists who have not sold their souls to the fruity cargo cult by claiming that it is already doing AI and it is right up there with the big boys and girls.
Poor reliability claims report
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s iPhone cash cow is dying on its feet as crashing apps, dodgy wi-fi and general poor reliability make it a poor alternative to Android.
Here is why
Intel, Samsung, MediaTek, Huawei and Qualcomm all claim the leadership for 5G and most of them will have a tough time to deliver on this promise. Nokia, Huawei and Ericsson - from the networking component standpoint - claim they can do great things with 5G.
End of a marketing ploy
Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally given up on a pretty dumb marketing ploy which made its phones look a little cheaper.
Even down to its rounded rectangle shape
Florida resident Thomas Ross claims he invented the “iPhone” and has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against Apple claiming it nicked his idea.
Packing a 3600 mAh battery
Samsung is coming out with the Galaxy Note 7 and MRG analytist Eldar Murtazin claims he has info that will happen at the Unpacked event on 2 August.
Its escargot has just got up and went
The fruity cargo cult Apple appears to have admitted that its iPhone cash-cow is ready for the meat works and is slowing down its production cycle to once every three years.
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.