Modems are hard
Even though Apple acquired Intel's modem business unit, the company failed to materialize its in-house 5G modem that works in the worldwide market. Shortly before the iPhone's announcement, it was announced that Apple still sticks with the Qualcomm modems.
So much for bulletproof
Fruity cargo-cult Apple’s move to expensive titanium cases on its new iPhone range has not been worth the extra money as users are already complaining they are too easy to scratch.
Otherwise, it is the same as last year’s phone
The Tame Apple Press has been extremely moist about Apple’s new range of iPhones while quietly moaning behind the scenes that there is nothing to see.
With 6-core CPU and 6-core GPU with hardware ray tracing
Apple has officially announced its new iPhone 15 lineup, as well as shed a bit more light on the new A17 Pro SoC that will be powering the flagship iPhone 15 Pro series. Based on the 3nm EUV manufacturing process, Apple promises up to 10 percent faster CPU and up to 20 percent faster GPU processing power, and hardware ray tracing, bringing big AAA game titles to the iPhone.
David versus Goliath
The Tame Apple Press is fuming that a start-up is daring to say that it invented something Apple put on its iWatch.
You don't need China
India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.
Three new flaws exploded
The Israeli security outfit, which has been helping authoritarian governments murder journalists and dissidents by hacking their iPhones, has scored even more hits on Jobs’ Mob’s “secure phones.”
Agrees to allow apps to be hosted outside its official store
Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally bent to European pressure and will allow iPhone users to download apps hosted outside of its official App Store.
Fortunately, Microsoft saved Apple’s security bacon
A cyber mercenary outfit QuaDream was using holes in iPhone security to allow governments to spy on journalists and political opposition figures for repressive regimes.
Texas man fears he could be shot any day
A Texas man has begged Apple to pull finger and fix a glitch in their 'Find My iPhone' app before a patriotic fellow American uses their constitutional rights to execute him for stealing their expensive gear.