Apple is all heart
When Apple revived MagSafe with the iPhone 12 lineup,there was a question among people in the know about if the beast would play nice with medical devices like pacemakers.
Breaching EU privacy laws
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been reported to privacy watchdogs by activist Max Schrems over Apple’s online tracking tool, saying it breached European law by allowing iPhones to store users’ data without their consent.
Uncovered by the FT rather than its own checks
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been hit by another child labour scandal, this time involving its Pegatron supplier.
The San Diego Police Foundation, an organisation that receives donations from corporations, bought iPhone unlocking technology for the city's police department.
Just working on the legislation
The European Union is weighing legislation that could force Apple to open iPhone payment technology to competitors.
But fanboys will still buy it
A leak of the fruity cargo cult Apple's coming iPhone 12 has revealed another pile of suck for users to have to put up with.
Fairphone 3+ cheaper and more useful for owners
The Fairphone 3+ is getting glowing reviews and reviewers have noted that the idea is totally the opposite to Apple's model in every way.
Later than most
Apple supplier Broadcom has warned that a ramp-up of annual chip shipments would be later this year than most, which some are seeing as a sign the next iPhone will arrive after the usual late September launch date.
According to Michael Bruck
Former chief of staff to Intel CEO Andrew Grove - and later general manager of Intel China- has been telling the world plus dog how Intel’s fall from grace can be traced back to a butterfly flapping its wings 15 years ago.
Tame Apple Press are overjoyed that the the two are coming together
Now that it is moving to purge Intel from its business model, the fruity cargo cult is getting all confident that the ARM-based chips it is creating can be used anywhere.