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Butterfly keyboard lawsuit resolved after judge approves payout of $50-$395 to MacBook owners

The butterfly keyboard lawsuit has been resolved after a judge approved Apple’s proposed payouts to owners of MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models with the faulty keyboard design. Owners whose machines required repair are set to receive compensation that ranges from $ 50 to $ 395, depending on the extent of the work needed. …

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Apple sued after fatal Apple Store crash in Hingham, Mass.

Apple has been sued after last week’s fatal Apple Store crash in Hingham, Massachusetts, in which one person was killed, and 20 others were injured, some of them seriously … more… The post Apple sued after fatal Apple Store crash in Hingham, Mass. appeared first on 9to5Mac. Full Story Via 9to5Mac

Apple supporting World AIDS Day with Apple Store window displays and special watch faces to download

Apple is raising awareness for World AIDS Day, as part of its ongoing partnership with (RED) charity. Apple Watch users can show their support by downloading a selection of special red-themed watch face configurations. Apple retail will also be promoting PRODUCT(RED) in the stores, with new window displays. As usual, a portion of every PRODUCT(RED) …

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Jamf announces new AWS Verified Access feature for increased IT security

Today, Jamf announced a new integration with Amazon Web Services that will help users of AWS and Jamf strengthen their security posture. AWS Verified Access enables customers to define policies or criteria in Jamf that must be met before allowing end users and their respective devices access to internal services on AWS. Now, with the …

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