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News round-up: Apple helps restore African grasslands (and more)

Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, we’ll frequently offer a wrap-up of news items you should check out.

Apple is working with the nonprofit Conservation International to restore degraded grasslands in the Chyulu Hills of India, home to large populations of elephants and other wildlife, reports Fast Company.

A Delhi court on Wednesday directed Apple to give location details of expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar on the day a 17-year-old girl from Unnao was allegedly raped by him, according to India Today.

Personally, I’m doubtful we’ll see a finished product like this anytime soon, but Apple has prototyped at least one iPhone with a 6.7-inch display and no notch, with the TrueDepth sensors for Face ID instead housed in the thin bezel above the display, according to leaker and concept artist Ben Geskin

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is considering a doubling of its planned investment in a financially strapped display supplier in Japan under a revised bailout deal.

According to data from Mixpanel, iOS 13 has already crossed the 20% adoption mark.

The MacObserver says Apple News+ could be coming to the UK very soon.

On Oct. 1, Micromobility Europe will discuss the state of the art in Berlin, and AppleInsider says Apple will be in attendance.

There are many reasons to run virtual machines on your Mac, but one is about to become much more important. On the new MacVoices, Michael Roy, product marketing and management – Desktop Hypervisors for VMware, gives us in-depth information about the latest capabilities of VMware Fusion, and explains how it can be used to keep running 32-bit apps even if you upgrade to the 64-bit macOS Catalina.

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.