Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles from various other sources worth your time.
° From AppleInsider: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has spoken out in support of the right to repair movement, saying an open source mindset helped lay the foundation for what has become the world’s most valuable tech company.
° From iMore: England reached the Euro 2020 final but the second half of the semi-final was marred by ITV Hub technical issues. Apple TV users were unable to watch chunks of the second half and took to Twitter to complain.
° From Deadline: Fresh off premiering his first feature documentary at Cannes Film Festival last night “The Velvet Underground” filmmaker Todd Haynes told press that he remains committed to theatrical, despite the movie heading to Apple TV+ in the fall.
° A former employee of Tradebe Environmental Services faces charges after police said he used his position to fraudulently purchase over a thousand iPhones in 2019.
° Apple TV+ has debuted the trailer for the upcoming comedy series, “Mr. Corman,” from writer, director, and star Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
° From 9to5Mac: Experts are warning of a potential flaw that could affect Mac users who still rely on Apple Time Capsules for backup. Even though Apple discontinued the Time Capsule in 2018, the product is still in use by many Mac users, and a flaw in the Seagate drive inside could put data at risk.