Telegram CEO Founder dares to complain
Telegram CEO Founder Pavel Valeryevich Durov has apparently realised that the fruity cargo cult Apple is messing with him.
After keeping users in the dark for so long
Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally caved into pressure and bought back the battery percentage gauge on the iOS 16.
Chinese causing trouble over Nancy Pelosi's visit
Fruity cargo cult Apple has told its Taiwanese suppliers that they must follow draconian Chinese customs regulations after the company had components held up in customs.
Entry-level iPad loses useful tool
Apple's upcoming entry-level iPad is rumored to cut the 3.5mm headphone jack which while being incredibly useful had been purged from Jobs' Mob's line up ages ago.
Patents a method to wireless charge a phone from your PC
After years of trying to get a PC to wirelessly charge a phone from a PC and failing, fruity cargo cult Apple has been beaten to the punch by the grey box shifter Dell.
Job’s Mob’s control is slipping
The unthinkable is happening and the Tame Apple Press is starting to admit that their favourite manufacturer is being outclassed.
Apple and Samsung knock offs
Inspector Knacker of the Catanian Yard has seized more than 2,200 fake headphones and smart watches.
Unlikely Apple Fanboy of the Year
Linus Torvalds has praised the Asahi Linux distribution that runs on Apple gear for making Arm-powered computers useful for developers and says he wants an Apple mac now.
All your Coldplay collections are belong to glorious Russian republic
The Tame Apple Press is furious after Russia’s biggest internet services provider appears to have conducted a special operation to re-routed traffic made by Apple users through its own servers.
Better off with a slide rule
The M2 MacBook Air is shipping in two favours, expensive and very expensive, and Apple fanzine Macworld has cautiously admitted that the lower price version is probably not worth buying.