Sick of Apple News on Tom's Hardware? Read This

Technology is technology. There's a lot to know about, and it's good to understand things from all angles. There's a lot that Apple does that actually influences other companies to do things better. Like them or not, Apple is a big influence, and as such, we will continue to cover Apple news wherever appropriate.

But, I've heard some of your cries that our Apple related news is melting your eyeballs. Fear not.

While this solution isn't ideal, it's something that I've setup for those of you who are interested of seeing Tom's Hardware news without Apple articles. In the future, we'll work on a better solution that's integrated into the site. But for now, you can hit this link:

And be presented with full Tom's Hardware News without any Apple info.

This doesn't include Tom's Guide, since Tom's Guide focuses on consumer products and not enthusiast hardware like Tom's Hardware does. I hope this is sufficient for now until we finish working on some type of integrated filtering system so that you don't have to leave the site to filter out content you don't want to see.

Again, hopefully we can have something integrated in place, but for now, I hope that will please some of you.

Take care,

/ Tuan
Director, News Operations

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  • flaminggerbil
    It's not the apple news in general that we have a problem with it's the sheer volume of it, what's stopping you from just compacting it down?

    There also seem to be many Apple related news topics which are little more then fanservice...
  • Confused Stu
    Thank you. I don't mind knowing when Apple bring out a new product (just like when any other company does), but I agree that when a new iWhatnot comes out, it does feel like every single paragraph ever after must be about it, mention it, or compare the featured product to it.

    I still remember when Apple were a technology company. These days they seem to be 95% PR and 5% tech. I miss innovation.
  • killmenow
    My two pet hates are Apple, because people buy their products for the wrong reasons, and HP - cause there product are crap and lots of people believe they are the best.

    This has made me loss faith in my belief that the human race can make logical decisions. (or is it just me who lacks logic in my purchases of computer equipment)