Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles of interest. To wit:
° From DigiTimes: Wintel notebook sales may be affected negatively by weak consumer sentiment and the launch of new Apple MacBooks in the second half of 2022, according to industry sources.
° From Bloomberg: Apple is likely to face further increased chip prices as supplier TSMC contends with additional increased costs.
° From AppleInsider:Estimated delivery times for Apple products show that the Mac and Apple Watch may be the most supply constrained, but the overall impact is still modest, JP Morgan says.
° From iMore: Apple’s AirTag item trackers are again at the center of a report that claims that one of the coin-sized devices was used to track an actor as she walked around Disneyland.
° From The Mac Observer: An interview from NPR indicates that Apple’s new Self-Service Repair program is not the exact answer many customers were looking for. During a Morning Edition segment, host Leila Fadel talks with NPR’s Ziad Buchh about the repair program.
° From MacWorld: The latest update for the Chrome browser on the Mac is an important one: According to Google, it includes a critical security fix for an exploit that exists in the wild.