Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles from various other sources worth your time.
° I guess all good things must end. As noted by MacRumors, users who subscribed to the Paramount+ and Showtime bundle via Apple TV channels are noticing that their subscription is being refunded and showing as “expired,” likely indicating that the bundle is coming to an end.
° According to the Chinese language site, cnBeta, Apple has ordered more than 100 million A15 cups for the iPhone 13, which is expected in September or October.
° Ahead of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), designer Jony Ive and Prince Charles’ Sustainable Markets Initiative are inviting students from the Royal College of Art to design high-impact, low-cost solutions for nature, people and planet.
° Rogers, a Canadian carrier, has added support for Apple Business Chat, according to iPhone in Canada.
° Apple’s alleged innovation-stifling practices where its NFC tech is concerned have now become the focus of an Australian Parliamentary committee, which on Monday heard the case for government intervention, reports ZDNet.
° The Mac Observer says that Apple is set to make a return to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show for the first time in a decade. The annual industry gathering will take place in Las Vegas from October 9 through 13.