Blames everyone else but itself
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has rushed to blame everyone else but its own lack of innovation and management for what are its worst results in seven years.
Half the original price -- who says these things can't keep their value?
A first generation, unopened 2007 iPhone is expected to sell for more than $50,000 when it goes to auction today.
Staff are allowed to complain about health and safety
Former Apple staffer turned health and safety whistleblower Ashley Gjøvik (pictured) said that the US National Labour Relations Board has found merit in two of her complaints against the fruity cargo cult Apple.
Apple sued for not providing good enough privacy. Users complain that the company told them it was brilliant.
The Fruity cargo cult Apple is in hot water for not providing users with the privacy it claimed.
Does not look like you can upgrade anything on the thing
Fruity cargo cult Apple does not look like it will be allowing businesses who have shelled out up to $50,000 on its Mac Pros to carry out GPU upgrades.
China getting too problematic
Fruity cargo-cult Apple wants to shift its production to a place where it will have less trouble with the authorities and has settled on a place which is great for worker pay and conditions -- India.
Armed offenders called
Armed police were called to an Australian gym after an Apple watch doxed its owner and called them.
Just a bit cheaper
Early reviewers of Apple’s Homepod are supprised that the speaker system sounds exactly the same as the old one which Jobs’ Mob discontinued two years ago.
Otherwise your device is just another brick in the wall
Apple is forcing its Apple TV users to buy an iPhone.
More CPU and GPU cores
Today, at its dedicated event, Apple has unveiled new M2 Pro and M2 Max SoC, adding both more CPU and GPU cores, more L2 cache, and unified memory, as well as the latest WiFi 6E and 8K HDMI support, all in order to power the new MacBook Pro and Mac mini devices.