You think we made these profits by being good to customers?
BBC’s flagship consumer show Watchdog has blasted Apple for refusing to cheaply replace iPhone batteries without conducting additional, costly, repairs first.
Tin mines now viable again
Britain's long abandoned tin mines might be reactivated as the global electric car revolution pushes demand for tin.
One of the reasons why Apple is a closed company
Apple’s decision to allow an app to show battery life on its iPhones might stave off class suits but has revealed another reason for the company’s secret nature.
More proof that Apple fanboys are removing themselves from the gene pool
Just because Apple charges you more than an iPhone’s weight in gold does not mean you should bite it to prove it is valuable.
Lawsuits will do that
The fruity cargo cult Apple is set to pull the plug on secret battery saving technology which degraded the performance of the phone.
Tame Apple Press claims it is just copying Apple again
While the iPhone has been suffering from battery problems, thanks mostly to Jobs' Mob's throttling of users for their own good, the Tame Apple Press has been focusing on the rival Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which appears to have problems of its own.
But, but, it is a feature
Apple is facing two class-action lawsuits, filed by furious customers just days after the firm admitted to intentionally slowing down older iPhones.
Apple fanboys cheer at assault and battery
The fruity cargo cult Apple appears to have come up with a novel scheme to force Apple fanboys who refuse to buy a new phone every year to buy one anyway.
Close to solving the mystery why some batteries fail
Boffins from Stanford University and the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have come up with a new way to look inside a battery and find out why some fail.