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Spotify recently launched a preview for an upcoming Apple Watch app, suggesting a public launch was right around the corner.
Looks like Uber and Lyft will have a new competitor to consider in the near future, with Waymo set to launch its own ride-hailing service very soon.
Pandora announced a new Genome Project, this one meant to help discover podcasts, earlier this year. And now the feature is rolling out in beta form.
A number of Apple users are reporting on social media that they have been locked out of their Apple ID forcing them to reset their password. There’s no clear reason whatsoever as to why these users were locked out of their account.
Late last month, Apple released watchOS 5.1 for Apple Watch which ended up bricking the wearable for many. Apple was quick to pull the update following the bricking reports, though for many eager Apple Watch owners, the damage was already done.
As three key Apple suppliers have slashed their revenue forecast amidst slowing iPhone sales, the Cupertino company’s shares have fallen to their lowest in three months. The suppliers include Lumentum Holdings which supplies Apple with key hardware for Face ID along with Japan Display and IQE.
A leaked internal document from last month revealed that Apple’s T2 security chip made carrying out certain third-party repairs impossible on its Macs. Now, the Cupertino company has confirmed to The Verge that it the T2 chip will check for the authenticity of certain components in newer Macs on every boot.