Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles of interest. To wit:
° From Bloomberg: Apple has gained for 11 straight trading days on the New York Stock Exchange.
° From AppleInsider: Apple’s Craig Federighi has outlined how the company handles rolling out of automatic updates to iOS, including why it can take weeks to work.
° From The Atlantic: The NFL is developing a subscription streaming service that would include games, radio, podcasts and team content.
° From the Apple Newsroom: Apple has posted an article: “Lettering artist Belinda Kou on the power of creative community, following your passion, and iPad Air.”
° From macReports: Apple has added 10 drivers to its autonomous vehicle testing program.
° From MarketWatch: A woman accused of harassing Apple CEO Tim Cook with pleas for sex and other crude suggestions before showing up at his Silicon Valley home in a threatening manner last October agreed to stay away from him for the next three years under an agreement approved Tuesday.
° From Nikkei Asia: Apple supplier TSMC says Consumer electronics demand is showing signs of slowing amid geopolitical uncertainties and COVID-related lockdowns in China.
° From The Verge: The Lapsus$ gang claims a new hack with data from an Apple Health partner.
° From the Apple Developer site: Developers of “reader” apps can now sign up for access to an “External Link Account Entitlement” that will allow the app to offer a link to a website so users can create or manage an account outside of the App Store.
Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today