Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily roundup of must-read articles from some other great websites:
° From AppleInsider: The “Steve Jobs and the Apple Computer Revolution” auction has concluded, and the sealed original iPhone sold for $54,904.
° From MacRumors: Apple Maps has expanded its Detailed City Experience to Boston, as noted by content creator Frank McShan. The updated map provides more details and custom-designed 3D models of popular landmarks, such as Fenway Park.
° From iMore: Jony Ive’s first product since leaving Apple is here… and it’s a red nose (for a good cause!).
° From Cult of Mac: The Apple TV app for macOS is reportedly about to get a redesign that includes a left sidebar. That will apparently make it nearly identical to the iPad version.
° From 9to5Mac: The Federal Communication Commission has announced its first set of rules designed to reduce the number of scam texts Americans get.
° From MacVoices Live!: On the new episode, Chuck Joiner, David Ginsburg, Eric Bolden, Jeff Gamet, Web Bixby, Mark Fuccio, Jim Rea, and Kelly Guimont take a look at a couple of hot topics. The Apple community has rallied behind the idea of not asking for refunds on Twitter client subscriptions from some high-profile developers, but seem equally comfortable avoiding paywalls. The debate/discussion over the rationale behind these seemingly conflicting attitudes takes center stage. (Part 2)