Normally the law wins, but that is America
Fruity cargo cult is Apple asking a higher court to halt a judge’s decision that will force changes to its App Store while a legal fight with Epic Games continues.
Apple's global battery development chief, Ahn Soonho, has moved to Volkswagen to lead the automaker's development of electric vehicle batteries.
$11.23 million each for being too aggressive with customer data
Italy's antitrust regulator has fined Google and Apple $11.23 million each for "aggressive practices" linked to the commercial use of user data.
iPhone security overturned by state-sponsored attackers
Fruity cargo cult Apple has warned six activists and researchers who have been critical of Thailand's government that their phones had been hacked by "state-sponsored attackers".
Used to cover workplace harassment and discrimination claims
Washington State is bring in laws to prevent companies like Apple using NDAs to cover workplace harassment and discrimination claims.
Refuses to say why
Apple quietly delayed its iOS 15 ID cards feature to 2022 without telling the world why.
Making money from our software security holes is our job
Fruity cargo cult Apple is furious that the Israeli surveillance company NSO has been making a viable business out of its poor software security.
Prevent embarrassing reviews
Fruity cargo cult Apple has found a wizard way of preventing users posting bad reviews for its Apple Podcasts apps.
This is not a repeat of the story written every month since 2014
While Apple has not managed to get the motor industry to take its electric car proposal seriously, that is not stopped the Tame Apple Press from peddling claims about what amounts to vapourware for years.
Another game of monopoly
While the Tame Apple Press was doing its best to claim that the fruity cargo cult was offering DIY repair kits to show its goodness, more cynical people - other than us - are smelling a rat.