You are not going to get what you pay for
Apple is seeking to push up the margins for its iPhone by getting cheaper components, according to Digitimes Research.
No, you don't get what you pay for
Fruity cargo cult Apple is facing a major problem with the batteries of its over-priced iPhone X, putting another nail in the coffin of the gadget which was supposed to turn around Apple's slumping iPhone sales.
So much for security
A two year old has managed to lock his mum out of her iPhone for 48 years thanks to Apple's super secure worth every penny form of security.
Help my owner is an idiot
The programming geniuses at Apple have installed another feature in iPhones which means that they randomly call the emergency services when they are being serviced.
Thou shalt not have any gods before Steve Jobs
The fruity cargo cult Apple has taken its first stand against rival religions by banning fanboys from celebrating the most significant holiday on the Christian calendar.
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.
This is getting worse
Apple’s worse nightmare is that the Chinese government might take steps to interfere with its flagging sales behind the bamboo curtain, but it is starting to look like its phone throttling antics might create a perfect storm.
Proving that people will always invest in something expensive, ephemeral and stupid
Pundi X, NEM.io Foundation and Stellar.org, have released a State of Cryptocurrency report, which claims that people would rather waste their cash on cryptocurrency than an iPhone X.
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.
After kicking Jobs’ Mob’s in its home market
After the iPhone X received a good kicking in China, when Apple made the mistake of trying to jack the price up to “silly money” levels, Chinese phone manufacturers are considering taking the fight to Apple.