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Apple Daily Report: Microsoft Office is updated with macOS Mojave support (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. 

Microsoft has updated its suite of Office apps for Mac, adding complete support for macOS Mojave, including Dark Mode and Continuity Camera.

Updates are available from Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU). To use Microsoft AutoUpdate, start an Office application, such as Word, and then choose Help > Check for Updates. If you’re an admin and want to update the computers in your organization with your existing software deployment tools, you can download and deploy the update packages for each application.

As noted by AppleInsider, Intel has offered  details on its Sunny Cove processors suitable that could power an iMac Pro refresh and the upcoming modular Mac Pro.

The Second Circuit affirms a copyright judgment against ReDigi, which attempted to assist consumers in reselling purchased iTunes songs, but the appeals court does imagine a legal secondary market for a collection of songs on a thumb drive, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Apple suppliers will consider shifting iPhone production away from China should tariffs on U.S. imports skyrocket, but the “U.S. company plans to sit tight for now, people familiar with the company’s thinking,” tell Bloomberg.

After a court in China banned sales of Apple’s iPhone in that country, Qualcomm says the devices continue to be sold, reports CNBC. The court granted the injunction against four Apple subsidiaries in China. The decision concerns two Qualcomm patents, but Apple said Monday the ban only applies to phones running on an older operating system.

LumaForge, which specializes in video collaboration, has announced that its Jellyfish workflow server is now now available via Apple, at, in addition to directly from LumaForge. 

Dennis Sellers
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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.