Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily round-up of must-read articles from some other great websites.
° From the US Consumer Product Safety Commission: Hyper is recalling its 65W and 100W HyperJuice Stackable GaN Chargers and its 130W Battery Pack due to a “potential fire hazard.”
° From 9to5Mac: Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, in his Eurotour, just picked up a Master’s degree in Innovation and International Management at Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
° From macReports: Apple has increased its number of drivers by15 and now has 180 drivers and 69 vehicles. The number of vehicles has remained steady since July 2021.
° From MacRumors: The Dark Sky weather app that’s owned by Apple is no longer available for download in the U.S. App Store, suggesting that it has been removed ahead of schedule.
° From AppleInsider: Previous speculation that Apple’s larger iPhone 14 would be called the iPhone 14 Max, instead of iPhone 14 Plus, have been proven correct by Apple’s own website code.
° From Adobe: Adobe has debuted new versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements, the company’s affordable photo and video editing software aimed at casual users who want to enhance their photos and videos with easy to use editing tools.
° From Google: Google is shuttering its Studio gaming service.
° From MacVoices Live! In a catch-up edition of MacVoices Live!, the panel of David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Warren Sklar, Mark Fuccio, Jeff Gamet, Chuck Joiner, and Brittany Smith discuss things that your iPhone has replaced, as well as functions, services, and activities that it has facilitated or enabled. Then, a debate over how Google handled a violation of their CSAM guidelines and the resulting denial of services to a user draws both disagreements and fire. (Part 1)