Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) update its wording for iCloud relay issues for the new iOS 15.3 beta. The company has stated that it will not resolve issues within the service through MacRumors, and users will instead switch them off on settings.
This was not clear with the previous announcement, which confused users who could not get iCloud Private Relay to function on cellar networks.
Meanwhile, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has hired Mike Filippo, Apple’s former key engineer, to design chips for its servers. The company is developing in-house processors for the servers operating its cloud-computing services.
Hiroshi Lockheimer asks Apple to support RCS messaging
Hiroshi Lockheimer, an Android executive, has called Apple out for using bullying and peer pressure to feel its products. This accusation comes after a report by the Wall Street Journal exposed how teenagers from the U.S use Apple’s messaging app as a status symbol as it does not support Android users.
Lockheimer has pointed out that he doesn’t need Apple to promote iMessage on Android. However, he asks the company to promote RCS messaging in the app. This move will improve the experience of Android and iPhone users.
Apple removes Wordle knockoffs from its app store
Apple has also removed the knockoffs of Wordle from its app store. Josh Wardle, a software engineer on Reddit, created the game in October. Users can only play the game on his website.
While the game does not have an app, many developers have created Wordle-based apps to cash in on its popularity. However, Apple has removed those apps, only leaving one by Steven Cravotta, which shares the name. Cravotta created his version about four years ago.
Amazon sells the Apple Mini LED iPad Pro for $100 off. The model, usually $1099, will go for $999 on the platform. Furthermore, rumors have arisen on the iPhone 14, which will come out in 2022. The rumors include details of the price, design, camera, among others.
Apple also received nominations for its productions from the SAG Awards nominations.
In addition, Take-Two Interactive has acquired Zynga for $12.7 billion. This move will help the companies fight Apple’s privacy changes by increasing their mobile footprint.
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