Since I can’t cover everything, I’ll often direct your attention to articles of interest. To wit:
° From AppleInsider: Apple’s iPhone 13 is still selling better than past cycles, though demand for the iPhone SE is weaker than expected, according to new carrier data.
° From Bloomberg: iPhone production in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou is apparently “proceeding well” despite lockdowns and restrictions being imposed in the area.
° From the Economic Times India: Foxconn, the Taiwanese contract phone maker for Apple, plans to nearly double the headcount at its Chennai plant amid higher orders from the iPhone maker that is expected to post record numbers in 2022.
° From iMore: A Ukrainian man has been tracking Russian troop redeployments using “Find My” after troops looted his AirPods from his home in Hostomel.
° From The Mac Observer: Olive Diagnostics has developed watchOS “Pee-Tech” that delivers real time health data.
° From MacVoices Live!: The MacVoices Live! discussion of a potential Google Chrome takeover of the internet wraps up as David Ginsburg, Frank Petrie, Warren Sklar, Jeff Gamet, and Jim Rea join host Chuck Joiner to discuss why Apple may be the only thing standing in the way. Then, the EU Digital Marketing Act, what it means for users, and what Apple’s reaction might be leads to a broad discussion of the evolution of macOS, iOS, security, and the App Store. (Part 3)