What a surprise
The fruity cargo cult Apple is continuing to sting the British Inland Revenue.
Does it never learn?
After making the mistake of copying Apple and releasing its flagship phones for silly prices, and copying it again on getting rid of the headphone jack, Samsung has looked at Apple's really dumb idea to sting its users for more cash and said "we will be having some of that".
It always planned a discrete CPU
This article might serve as a short history class about how Apple operates, especially in hardware design. Apple created its first phone SoC the famous A4 in 2010, and it created its first iPad specific A6X chip in 2012.
Total hardware control
Earlier this week, there were some rumors that Apple will use its graphics IP to build the discrete graphics processors, probably starting with a notebook first, and we can assure you that these plans are real.
Company Apple dependent
Shares of Apple supplier Japan Display fell by six percent after a media report that Apple will use OLED screens for all its forthcoming fifth-generation (5G) iPhones this year.
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.