Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, at the end of each week day, we’ll offer this wrap-up of news items you should check out.
After previously announcing a July 26th grand opening date in an interview with SVP Angela Ahrendts, Apple has revealed a collaboration with 21 artists to celebrate their new Piazza Liberty retail store in Milan, Italy.
The Core i9 2018 MacBook Pro was tested with one particular app and experienced some thermal throttling. A fuss has ensued. How should we react? The MacObserver’s John Martellaro looks at the issue.
New research from Creative Strategies shows that 20%of iOS users browse the Apple App Store daily and another 32% say they browse it weekly. This compares to 9% of users who browse the Google Play Store daily, and 21% who browse weekly.
Several of the world’s biggest technology companies and civil liberties groups have urged Congress to keep intact a new email privacy bill included in the defense spending measure for fiscal year 2019 that adds more barriers between internet users’ private communications and federal law enforcement agencies.
Refined designs of the Apple Global Flagship Store at Fed Square have been released after a series of design workshops involving Fed Square Management, the Victorian Government, Melbourne City Council and Apple.
Part of a broader reimagining of Fed Square, which includes the new Digital Facade on the Transport Building and the new Melbourne Metro Train Station entrance, the Apple Global Flagship Store will create more than 500 square metres of new public space, provide outdoor shading, better connect the square to the Yarra River, deliver more cultural events and boost visitor numbers.