Australia fines Apple $6.7 million over misleading 'Error 53' repair practices
I love Australia and I love Australians but they have some goofy laws. This makes no sense to me.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg enters the ring in data privacy bout with Tim Cook
I'm reminded of an old, old Robin Williams joke about cocaine...
"It's called "free basing"....wait, it costs you your house, it should be called "home basing."
Samsung says US Galaxy S7 phones safe despite scattered incidents
Like others have already said, this was the same story with the Note 7 before it was recalled.
Between phones that can burn your house down, or washing machines that can break your jaw....
Apple accused of throttling iPhone 7 performance on Verizon to match slower speeds on AT&T
iPhone 7+ (Intel) on AT&T in Los Angeles.
System Integrity Protection disabled by default on some Touch Bar MacBook Pros
Curious: Is this issue plausibly due to a bad factory image (from the factory; one of many, presumeably)? Also, is it turned-off by default if the new MBP is simply formatted and given a clean install of Sierra?