Since I can’t cover everything, here are some recommended articles from some other sources: 

° From MacRumors: The first Geekbench 6 benchmark result for the new Mac Pro have surfaced, providing a closer look at the M2 Ultra chip’s CPU performance in the desktop tower.

° From Tom’s Guide: Apple shares some of the secrets behind the design of the 15-inch MacBook Air.

° From AppleInsider: FCC filings have revealed that the required labelling on the new 2023 Mac Pro includes the phrase, “Product of Thailand,” alongside the regular “Designed by Apple in California.”

° From 9to5Mac: The International Day of Yoga takes place on June 21 this year, and Apple is marking the occasion with a special Yoga Day Challenge for Apple Watch users.

° From CNBC: A team behind the decentralized social messaging app Damus, which is backed by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, said on Tuesday that Apple could remove the app from its App Store within 14 days.

° From The Verge: In an internal memo sent Monday afternoon to Reddit staff, CEO Steve Huffman addressed the recent blowback directed at the company, telling employees to block out the “noise” and that the ongoing blackout of thousands of subreddits will eventually pass.

° From IT Home: Apple models of the iPhone 15 will pack 48-megapixel cameras.

° From MacVoices Live!: Mike Schmitz is the next speaker interview on the new Road to Macstock Conference and Expo edition. He explains how his session will focus on Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) which may sound imposing, but is a process that anyone can put into practice to organize and accomplish what they want and need to. 

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