The Refreshed-Look Edition Sunday, June 26, 2022

Apple Updates Subscriptions Interface On iPhone, by Juli Clover, MacRumors

Apple today changed the subscription management interface on the iPhone and iPad, introducing a refreshed look that adds spacing between each subscription and it makes it clearer which subscriptions are active and inactive.

Apple Music’s Student Plan Is Getting More Expensive In The US, UK, And Canada, by Emma Roth, The Verge

While it’s increasing the price from $4.99 to $5.99 / month in the US and Canada, student users in the UK can expect a similar jump from £4.99 to £5.99 / month.


Apple Responds To Roe V. Wade Rollback, Company Benefits Cover Out-of-state Travel For Reproductive Care, by Kif Leswing, CNBC

Apple employees can use their company benefits to travel out-of-state to receive medical care, the company confirmed on Friday. The benefit has been available to employees for over 10 years, the company said.

Apple Ready To Bargain With Its First U.S. Store To Unionize: Source. by Stephen Nellis, Reuters

Apple Inc (AAPL.O)accepts the outcome of a vote by Maryland store workers to become its first U.S. employees to join a union and is ready to bargain with them, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.


In a statement, David Sullivan, the union's eastern territory vice president, said the members "look forward to bargaining with Apple and obtaining a strong first contract that makes positive changes for Apple workers and the customers they are proud to serve."

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So, I've had some sort of medical emergency, and the clinic that I was visiting called me up and asked me to go the hopsital immediately the other evening. Two rounds of tests later, I am now resting at home, and I think the doctors are satisfied that things are relatively okay, for now.

I am cautiously declaring that things are... back to normal? Things are never back to normal, I guess.


Thanks for reading.