News items you should check out: March 31

Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles of interest. To wit:

° From Bloomberg: Apple has gained for 11 straight trading days on the New York Stock Exchange.

° From AppleInsider: Apple’s Craig Federighi has outlined how the company handles rolling out of automatic updates to iOS, including why it can take weeks to work.

° From The Atlantic: The NFL is developing a subscription streaming service that would include games, radio, podcasts and team content. 

° From the Apple Newsroom: Apple has posted an article: “Lettering artist Belinda Kou on the power of creative community, following your passion, and iPad Air.”

° From macReports: Apple has added 10 drivers to its autonomous vehicle testing program.

° From MarketWatch: A woman accused of harassing Apple CEO Tim Cook with pleas for sex and other crude suggestions before showing up at his Silicon Valley home in a threatening manner last October agreed to stay away from him for the next three years under an agreement approved Tuesday.

° From Nikkei Asia: Apple supplier TSMC says Consumer electronics demand is showing signs of slowing amid geopolitical uncertainties and COVID-related lockdowns in China.

° From The Verge: The Lapsus$ gang claims a new hack with data from an Apple Health partner.

° From the Apple Developer site: Developers of “reader” apps can now  sign up for access to an “External Link Account Entitlement” that will allow the app to offer a link to a website so users can create or manage an account outside of the App Store.

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.