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Apple Daily Report: photos from the opening of Apple Piazza Liberty (and more news)

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.

The Apple Piazza Liberty has opened in Milan, Italy. Apple has posted a lot of photos from the event.

To celebrate and promote the release of his new single “No Brainer,” DJ Khaled is appearing in a new Apple ad. In the ad, the company shows off Apple Music, while the HomePod also makes a few appearances.

The stand-off between Apple and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) may be ending, after Apple reportedly advised the regulator the company a method is on the way in iOS 12 to add a Do Not Disturb app on the country’s iPhones, in order to avoid an iPhone ban on the country’s mobile networks.

The city of Cupertino, California may take another bite at Apple’s apple with a business tax plan. A draft ordinance would raise Cupertino’s current business tax revenue from about $800,000 a year by 1,275 percent to $10.2 million. Apple, which employs two-third of the workers in town, would be saddled under the new formula with a $9.4 million tax bill as a result.

Apple’s vice president of education, John Couch, has written a book that describes why we must change how we teach in order to meet the needs of our changing world. His Rewiring Education is a passionate criticism of many of the less-efficient aspects of current U.S. education policy. It looks at why the status quo fails so many students and how the manner in which they are taught in U.S. classrooms needs to improve in order to facilitate active, life-long learning.

Sen. Ron Wyden has sent a letter urging government agencies to start abandoning Adobe Flash, an antiquated and vulnerable multimedia software platform that will stop being maintained in nearly two years’ time.

 



The stand-off between Apple and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) may be ending, after Apple reportedly advised the regulator the company a method is on the way in iOS 12 to add a Do Not Disturb app on the country’s iPhones, in order to avoid an iPhone ban on the country’s mobile networks.

the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.

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