Desperate to keep Apple afloat after it released a phone which was easy to bend and break, the Tame Apple Press is actually releasing stories claiming it is all a conspiracy theory “on a par to 9/11.”
BGR insists that all the videos you see where the phone is being bent are all doctored, just like the moon landings. more»
Apple is not set to launch its iPhone 6 family in mainland China for a while, but that’s just created a smuggling racket as crooks try to cash in on demand for the devices.
According to the Taipei Times, crooks are selling imported iPhone 6s for as much as $3,000 – but authorities have made several seizures of the machines in the last week. more»
A unit at research company IHS has torn apart an iPhone 6 Plus and shows that though you’ll have to pay $100 more to buy 0.8 inches of screen, it only costs Apple $16 more to make.
That gives Apple an even bigger margin on this model than on others. more»
Gizmo firm Apple claimed it sold over 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones in the three days after it was launched by CEO Tim Cook. (pictured)
The phones are available in the UK, Singapore, Puerto Rico, Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Canada, Australia and the USA – and will be sold in 20 more countries on September 26th. more»
A survey claimed that only one in 10 American schoolkids are interested in the recently announced Apple iWatch.
The survey, conducted by Chegg, also reveals that Apple doesn’t hold the allure for college and high school kids it formerly had.
Seventy one percent of these students think Google is “cool” while only 64 percent think that Apple is “cool”. more»
It has not even launched yet but the iPhone 6 is already causing a few headaches for the fruity purveyor of expensive toys, Apple.
Word on the street is that Apple cannot get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6 smartphone because at the last minute it needed to redesign a key component. more»
It seems that the fruity cargo cult Apple has started the hype for the launch of its new iPhone.
While other outfits have to pay for their advertising, Apple manages to attract huge attention for its product launches thanks to its fans in key newspapers. more»