Apple admits iPhone X has screen problems
Published in Mobiles

You get what you pay for

Apple has admitted that its overpriced iPhone X is suffering from the same screen problems as its rivals who had the misfortune of also putting out OLED screens.

Apple wants Broadcom to get Qualcomm
Published in Network

Analysis: One stop Wireless giant that dances for Apple

As you can imagine,  the possibility that Broadcom might take over Qualcomm is quite a bit a nuclear shake up in our industry and we wanted to ask around.

Linux desktop has not jumped in popularity
Published in News

Rumours of its popularity greatly exaggerated

Linux fanboys were dancing in the streets when NetMarketShare's desktop operating system analysis, which showed Linux leaping from 2.5 percent in July, to almost five percent in September.

Apple Watch shuts down when you ask it the weather
Published in News

Another daylight savings glitch

Comedy developers at Apple have cocked up the programming for summer time yet again, and this time it has resulted in the Apple Watch shutting down when you ask it about the weather.

People queue for the iPhone X
Published in News

Yep the world is crazy

It looks like Apple’s business plan of extorting the stupid to pay for two year old technology has paid off. People are queuing to buy Apple’s massively overpriced iPhone X.

Qualcomm sues Apple again
Published in Processors

Claims it helped Intel

Qualcomm has sued Apple claiming that it violated a software licence contract to benefit rival chipmaker Intel for making broadband modems.

Apple continues to pay Qualcomm if it drops its modem
Published in Mobiles

Licensing still on

There was a lot of noise about the recent news that Apple might skip the Qualcomm modem hardware for its 2018 phones, but even if they make this decision, QTL (Qualcomm licensing) will still get money from Apple.

Apple might have over-egged iPhone X privacy pudding
Published in News

Developers will have access to facial data

While the Tame Apple Press praised Apple for promising that facial data used to unlock its new iPhone X would be securely stored on the phone, now it appears that it might not have been giving a clear picture about how the data would be used.

iPhone X reviews mostly from celebrities
Published in News

“Limited reviews” from those who know what they are talking about

The fruity cargo cult Apple has been attempting to manipulate reviews for the iPhone X by giving review phones only to those who are ignorant about technology.

Tame Apple Press is now an accessory to a con trick
Published in Mobiles

Comment: It is no longer a joke

Now that the iPhone X is semi-available for sale a shed-load of reviews have popped up which claim it is brilliant.