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New Apple guidelines from Jan 22 to allow users to delete accounts from app

The global tech giant announced that starting January 31, 2022 app developers will have to make provision of account deletion in their apps.

Apple working on future iPhone that wraps around the body

The global tech major Apple is working on a new theme to incorporate a display in a future iPhone that wraps around the body to make for the screen on both the sides

As ‘dark-age’ fears strike China over power crisis, global majors Tesla, Apple halt manufacturing operations

China is in the grip of a power crunch as a shortage of coal supplies, toughening emissions standards and strong demand from manufacturers have pushed coal prices to record highs
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Apple files new patent for keyboard with removable keys: Report

According to a new patent application filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office, Apple is designing a detachable key that will be included in the accessories for future MacBooks which could be used as a precision mouse for rapid display navigation.

Facing global criticism, Apple tells its ‘CSAM’ detection tool will not breach privacy

This comes after the tech giant faced global criticism over its iCloud Photos and messages questioning its child safety initiatives and use of government spyware

iPhones vulnerable to Pegasus-type breaches, concedes Apple

Apple says the spy tech is used to target specific individuals and is not a threat to a majority of its users

Apple removes ‘Fakespot’ app from App Store on data privacy concerns by Amazon

The app which was launched last month for iOS users, is a service for filtering and hiding fake product reviews on Amazon

France drags Apple to court over ‘abusive commercial practices’

The lawsuit filed in 2018 by France’s competition and the anti-fraud agency seeks a halt to the practices by global tech giant Apple and a fine of 2.0 million euros
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Noose tightens around Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon as EU antitrust watchdogs seek bigger role in enforcing new IT rules

The new Digital Markets Act, which was proposed by the European Commission last year, targets global online companies that control data and access to their platforms

New Digital Markets Act may derail Apple’s expansion plans in Europe

According to Tim Cook, the proposed European rules aimed at curbing the power of US tech giants, and pose security and privacy risks to iPhones
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