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  • Lawrence Ng

Apple apologises for iPhone slowdown fiasco

Updated: Aug 18, 2021

In a customer-first move, Apple has also offered a discounted battery replacement for the old iPhones that they’ve been slowing down. Meanwhile, security expert John McAfee’s Twitter account just got hacked. And if you’re ever planning a trip to North Korea, its airport now comes with Wi-Fi, which you might not be able to log on. Lastly, Google is getting ready to run its Android apps on the Chromebooks. That is, if you’re actually using a notebook running the web-based Chrome OS.

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