Apple in a panic after key staffers revolt
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We don’t want to come back to the flying saucer

Yesterday we reported out Apple backpedalled over its insistence that its staff return to the flying saucer and stop working from home.

Apple decides not to force its workers back to work
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Tells them it fears new Covid outbreak

After making a big thing about forcing its workers back to the Office, fruit and nutty cargo cult Apple appears to have realised that a lot of its staff will just leave instead.

Apple allows developers to jack up app subscriptions
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Without users' permission

Fruit and Nutty cargo cult Apple is going to allow app developers to jack up subscription prices without asking user’s permission.

Apple investigating E Ink for folding phones
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Might save power but will appear too late anyway

Fruity and nutty cargo cult Apple is apparently investigating the use of E Ink screens on the outside of its much delayed foldable phones.

Apple is no longer the world’s most valuable company
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Tame Apple Press in mourning -- if only our shareholders were the Saudi government 

The Tame Apple press mourned as its favourite company was no longer the world’s most valuable firm.

Apple kills off iPod
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Wednesday, 11 May 2022 11:48

Apple kills off iPod

MP3 player clone is no more

Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally killed off its MP3 music player the iPod after successfully copying five year old technology and getting away with it.

Apple, Google and Microsoft support passwordless sign-in standard
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Following FIDO

Apple, Google and Microsoft are supporting a common passwordless sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium. The new capability will allow websites and apps to offer consistent, secure, and easy passwordless sign-ins to consumers across devices and platforms.

Apple invents a unique hardware bug which is a bit like Spectre
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I bet you thought all the hardware bugs had been invented already

Fruit and nutty Cargo Cult Apple has extended its innovative software bug development to hardware and come up with its own unique flavour of Spectre.

Apple staff revolt over back-to-work plans
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Goodfellow quits because he is a jolly goodfellow

Apple's director of machine learning, Ian Goodfellow, "is leaving the company due to its return to work policy."

Apple forces users to download its Music app
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Docking disaster 

Apple users who use their iPhone doc are somewhat shocked, presumably pleased, to discover that they have been forced to download the Apple Music iOS app.