Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily roundup of must-read articles from other websites: 

° From AppleInsider: Apple is expected to deliver a “robust shareholder return” for 2023, but lower demand for hardware by consumers will see short-term hits to earnings for the June and September quarters.

° From9to5Mac: While in India to celebrate the grand openings of Apple’s first two retail stores in the country, CEO Tim Cook also paid a visit to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a meeting on Wednesday, Cook reiterated Apple’s commitment to India and promised continued investment in the country

° From the South China Morning Post:  Apple CEO Tim Cook’s first trip to India in seven years, following his visit to Beijing and Shanghai last month, is being closely monitored on China’s social media amid growing concerns about the tech giant shifting its manufacturing supply chain to the South Asian nation.

° From Macworld: It was only a few days ago when Google pushed out an emergency update to Chrome for Mac that fixed a vulnerability that was actively exploited. Less than a week later, a second update has arrived to fix another flaw that exists in the wild.

° From Apple’s Developer website: Starting this summer, developers will be able to resolve billing issues directly in-app if a subscription renewal fails. Previously, developers had to manage subscription payment failures via your Apple ID settings.

° From The Wall Street Journal (a subscription is required to read the article): Here’s how thieves can use Apple’s optional recovery key security option to lock out iPhone users from their Apple ID account.

° From the Electronics Hub: This report has analyzes trends in 45 developed nations regarding how much time folks worldwide spend staring at their phone screens.

° From MacVoices Live!: On the new episode, the discussion of generative AI images continues with some examples of the origins off photo manipulation. (Part 4) 

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