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FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From Flights


U.S. airline safety regulators banned select MacBook Pro laptops on flights after Apple Inc. recently said that some units had batteries that posed a fire risk.

Apple has recently updated its App Store Preview pages for stories to allow users to view the full content of stories from inside their desktop web browser.


Apple’s Maps app rebuild continues apace this week, with the company following its pattern of rolling out the enhanced maps in adjacent continental U.S. states.

Today we are publishing the WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy, covering: What types of tracking WebKit will prevent.

Maccor is one of 9,000 American suppliers that Apple spent a collective $60 billion dollars with in 2018, which supports 450,000 jobs.


We recently asked the leading digital assistants, Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa, 800 questions each. Google Assistant was able to correctly answer 93% of them vs. Siri at 83% and Alexa at 80%.

The Apple Card is just as gorgeous and the associated software every bit as easy to use as an iPhone or Mac.


An asset buried in the seventh iOS 13 beta suggests that the ‘iPhone 11’ will debut in an event on Tuesday, September 10.


It seems that iPhone Upgrade Program payments fall into the 3% cashback Apple Card category, even though they aren’t billed through Apple

In the coming school year, more than 100,000 college students will enjoy the ease and convenience of student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch.


We should expect Apple to lead the industry on this front, but in fact, they’re far behind.