It looks like Apple is doing something good for once
A group of European digital advertising associations slammed Apple plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.
Users just can’t believe it is happening to them
While the writers of ransomware tend to leave Apple Macs alone due to the fact they have no need to threaten someone’s Coldplay collection, a new example has just appeared and appears to be gaining some traction.
Turns out Jobs’ Mob could not predict the future
Apple’s new data tracking human mobility trends service has turned out disappointing as it could not predict the future as believed.
Mass production could be two months late
Apple's glacial speed towards 5G is facing further delays of up to two months due to the coronavirus pandemic and apparently Jobs' Mob is giving its suppliers a Chinese burn to pick up the pace.
Plague shall not penetrate our sancta sanctorum of consumer delights
Apple will close 30 additional stores in the United States by Thursday, the company said, bringing the total number of reclosures in the United States to 77.
Tame Apple Press are overjoyed that the the two are coming together
Now that it is moving to purge Intel from its business model, the fruity cargo cult is getting all confident that the ARM-based chips it is creating can be used anywhere.
It’s a mess says GlobalData
While supply chain disruptions and retail store closures due to COVID-19 lockdowns in early 2020 have impacted smartphone revenues, other factors such as post-holiday seasonality, slowing phone upgrade rates and geopolitics have played a part on their bottom line, says GlobalData.
While the Tame Apple Press is all excited that the coming iPhone 12 might cost a bit less, it turns out that Jobs’ Mob is hoping to make up the lost cash by charging for things which are basic for the phone to run.
Skylake forced its hand
Fruity cargo cult Apple was so miffed at Intel that it was effectively forced to come up with another solution.