Apple giving up on micro-LED research
Published in Graphics


Inventing is too hard

Apple’s claim to be an innovator took another knock as it was revealed that it was slashing staff in one of its key R&D labs.

Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm appears to be about Apple
Published in Processors


Comment: Don your tin foil hat

This morning Apple’s official news agency Reuters ran a yarn about how beautiful life will be if Broadcom takes over Qualcomm.

Apple delays HomePod
Published in News
20 November 2017

Apple delays HomePod

 
We could not invent more than the name and the silly price

The fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple has admitted that it has not invented Amazon’s echo speaker yet.

Apple allows iPhone X out into the cold for first time
Published in News


Just in time for Winter

The fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple has apparently fixed a flaw with in its over-priced iPhone X which caused it to stop working if the temperature dropped below freezing.

Kid breaks into his mum’s iPhone X
Published in Mobiles


Super-secure tech destroyed by a ten-year-old

A 10 year old kid broke into his mother’s over-priced, super-secure  iPhone X just by looking at it.

Apple’s Siri will be always on
Published in News


Is that a good thing or not?

Rumours are circulating that the next generation of the iMac Pro will use Apple’s A10 Fusion processor and will come with its voice assistant Siri always on and ready to hear your whispered, dulcet tones.

Samsung pips Apple in tablet market
Published in News

Overall consumer sales decrease in Europe

A report from market research company IDC said that sales of Samsung tablets exceeded Apple machines during the third calendar quarter of 2017.

US government investigates Apple’s patent theft
Published in News


Apple partnership appears to be a two-edged sword.

The United States International Trade Commission today announced that it has launched an investigation into allegations that Apple infringed on patents owned by Aqua Connect.

Apple sounds Indian retreat
Published in News


Backs down after spat

The Tame Apple Press ran a story about how wonderful its favourite fruity tax-dodger had agreed to help to the Indian government to develop an anti-spam mobile application for its iOS platform.

Iphone X face recognition insecure
Published in Mobiles


You probably were not expecting this

The “killer app” on the overpriced iPhone X, its facial recognition system, has a glaring security hole caused by poor programming.