iPhones worth more than a bank vault
In a move normally reserved for thieves wanting to break into bank vaults, robbers tunnelled their way into an Apple backstore to steal $500,000 worth of iPhones (that is probably about six).
Foxconn locked them in for two weeks
Workers are fleeing the Foxconn in China’s Zhengzhou and swearing that they will never return after being locked in for two weeks under China’s tough zero Covid policy.
Apple worried about China crisis
Fruity and nutty cargo cult Apple is becoming so concerned about the state of diplomacy between China and the US it wants to move its iPhone assembly to India.
Will start flogging iPhones
LG will start selling iPhones and iPads in its South Korean stores this August -- mere months after the company quit making Android devices.
Even if they are already doing that
Acting on behalf of their favourite tech company, the Tame Apple Press is doing its best to spread a story that if Apple allows third-party app stores iPhones will be infected by scamware.
Claims that Cook concealed falling demand for iPhones in China
Apple must face a proposed class action lawsuit by shareholders who accused Chief Executive Tim Cook of concealing falling demand for iPhones in China.
Challenges remain says IDTechEx
Fruity cargo cult Apple’s late integration of 5G into all four newly announced iPhones does not mean that the tech is suddenly going to get popular according to IDTechEx.
Benchmarks show power supply issues covered
While the Tame Apple Press is creaming itself over the new iPhones, it appears that the new gear is getting its clock cleaned by Android phones.
Qualcomm hints of delays
Qualcomm's Q3 earnings report might indicate a delay for Apple's upcoming 5G iPhones, with the company highlighting a "partial impact from the delay of a global 5G flagship phone launch" for its fourth quarter projections, which covers July, August, and September earnings.