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News items you should check out: September 28

Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles from various other sources worth your time.

° From Reuters: Several Apple and Tesla suppliers have suspended production at some Chinese factories for a number of days to comply with tighter energy consumption policies, putting supply chains at risk in the peak season for electronics goods.

° The South China Morning Post: Hundreds of people were seen running into a shopping mall in northwestern China’s Shaanxi province to buy the new iPhone.

° From AppleInsider: “Music streaming service Spotify has confirmed iPhone user complaints that its app drains around 30% battery per hour of streaming.”

° From iMore: Apple’s iPad mini redesign is getting rave reviews, but it might have a display issue that will be difficult to fix.

° From MacRumors: Apple has added Guided Meditations and Pilates to Apple Fitness+, expanding the existing catalog of workout types already available on the service ahead of a significant expansion of 15+ additional countries later this year.

° From the Brazilian publication, Techtudo: Apple will face another fine in Brazil for not including chargers with the iPhone 13.

° From Reuters: Google blasted EU antitrust regulators for ignoring Apple as it launched a bid to get Europe’s second-highest court to annul a record 4.34-billion euro ($5.1 billion) fine related to its Android operating system.

° From Motherboard: Apple is still investigating unpatched and public iPhone vulnerabilities. The tech giant apologized for the delay in responding to the researcher who discovered the issues, but experts think Apple needs to do better.

° From iFixIt: The gang at iFixIt has torn down the iPhone 13 Pro and looked at its innards. This is what they found.

° From MacVoices Live! On the new episode, Jay Miller joins host Chuck Joiner to discuss his new podcast, Conduit, and how it delivers a different take on productivity. (Part 1) 

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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