Flagship iPhone spies on users
Published in Mobiles
Friday, 06 December 2019 11:07

Flagship iPhone spies on users


Even when it is turned off

Fruity cargo cult Apple is in the middle of another spying row after security researcher and journalist Brian Krebs noted that the flagship iPhone 11 Pro will track a user’s location, even when location settings are turned off.

Apple to remove lightning ports from iPhone
Published in Mobiles
Friday, 06 December 2019 10:14

Apple to remove lightning ports from iPhone


No ports in a storm

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says there will be four new OLED iPhone models in 2020, followed by a new iPhone without a Lightning port in 2021.

Apple makes it more difficult to recycle Macs
Published in News
Thursday, 05 December 2019 10:41

Apple makes it more difficult to recycle Macs


Treats recycling as theft

Apple's Activation Lock is an anti-theft feature built into iOS, watchOS, and macOS Catalina that prevents people from restoring your Apple devices without your permission.

Apple fanboys spend fortune bypassing "perfect" design
Published in News


Tame Apple press fumes

The Tame Apple Press is incandescent with rage as Apple fanboys are apparently splashing out $60 to make their wireless airbuds wired again.

Apple charge of the light-weight brigade gives Crimea to Russia
Published in News


Funds to the left of them

Fruity cargo cult Apple is wondering if its decision to overturn the results of the Crimean war on its Google Maps was a Charge of the Light Brigade or a good idea.

Trump claims credit for “new” Apple factory
Published in News


Which has been running for nearly seven years

There are few times that we feel sorry for Apple’s spiritual and temporal head Tim Cook, but yesterday, where he had to give US President Donald Trump a tour of his Texas factory, was one of them.

Apple finally realises its software is pure comedy
Published in News


Someone finally read Fudzilla

For a while now we have been penning stories about how buggy Apple's software is getting, but now it seems someone at the Jobs' Mob Frying Saucer has got the message.

Apple silences reviews
Published in News
Friday, 22 November 2019 10:21

Apple silences reviews


Good or bad we no longer want to see, hear or speak of them

Apple has removed the "Ratings & Reviews" section from all product pages on its website. The changes were apparently made between 16-17 November 1 and it's unclear what has prompted this decision, nor when Apple will bring back the option to read the opinions of other customers at the time of purchase.

Nuvia founded by ex-Apple, ex-Google engineer rock stars, funded
Published in PC Hardware


$53M series A to disrupt the data center

Nuvia is a relatively new name in the datacenter field, and the startup just got $53 million series A funding to re-imagine silicon design for the datacenter market. $53 million series A funding is a great deal for a startup, but the story gets an edge since it involves three key names in the tech industry.

Apple terrified of new German law
Published in News
Friday, 15 November 2019 12:40

Apple terrified of new German law


Open up Apple Pay

Moves in Germany to force Jobs' Mob to open up its Apple Pay mobile payments system to rivals have put the fear of God into the fruity cargo cult.