Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles from various other sources worth your time.

° From MacRumors: Apple has begun selling iPhones on its Certified Refurbished online store in Canada.

° From AppleInsider: Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.7.1 code, effectively putting a halt to downgrades from iOS 14.8 and the recently released iOS 15.

° From The Guardian: “The semiconductor industry has a problem. Demand is booming for silicon chips, which are embedded in everything from smartphones and televisions to wind turbines, but it comes at a big cost: a huge carbon footprint.”

° From iMore: Apple TV+ show ‘Raymond and Ray’, starring Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke, will begin filming in Virginia this fall, the state’s governor has announced.

° From Apple’s TV+ Press page: Apple has revealed a highly anticipated first look at the new current affairs series “The Problem With Jon Stewart,” debuting globally on Apple TV+, Thursday, September 30, along with the series’ official companion podcast.

° From Apple’s YouTube channel: Apple has shared a trailer for its upcoming ”The Tragedy of Macbeth” on Apple TV+.

° From The Hollywood Reporter: On Marvel Podcasts Unlimited, which costs $3.99 a month, subscribers get early and, in some cases, exclusive access to new scripted and unscripted shows about Marvel characters and comics.

° From MacVoices Live: On the new episode, the conversation with Gary Levitt, co-founder of Future Moments, continues with the story the genesis of their apps, how he and his partner found each other, and how they interact to bring the products to market. 

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