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MacSurfer's Archive: Tuesday, February 25, 2020


  • "Apple Slammed on Cell-Phone Policy in NTSB Probe of Tesla Crash: The 2018 fatal crash of a Tesla Inc. SUV, in which an Apple Inc. employee was playing a game on his company-issued phone and the car veered into a divider, highlight the 'misuses of technology,' a U.S. investigator said Tuesday."  Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2:34 PM
  • "Tesla Autopilot, distracted driving to blame in deadly 2018 crash" ["During the hearing, board members took issue with Tesla's approach to mitigating the misuse of Autopilot, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's lax approach to regulating partial automation technology, and Apple — Huang's employer — for not having a distracted driving policy. (Huang was playing the mobile game on a company-issued iPhone.)"] The Verge 4:09 PM
  • "Coronavirus clouds Apple's timeline for new iPhones" Reuters 2:35 PM
  • "Apple Reopens More Than Half Its China Stores as Coronavirus Spread Continues: Apple has reopened 29 of its 42 stores in China, a report says." TheStreet 7:40 AM
  • "Apple Stores Begin Reopening In Coronavirus-Hit China" Benzinga 7:40 AM
  • "Apple's iPhone launch plans might be delayed due to virus: A report on Tuesday takes a theoretical look at Apple's iPhone launch plans, noting the company's most important product of 2020 might be delayed due to travel restrictions designed to combat the ongoing coronavirus outbreak." AppleInsider 9:17 PM
  • "Big Tech Stocks lost more than $200 billion in market value in a day from coronavirus fears" ["Apple, the most valuable public company in the world, saw more than $60 billion wiped off its $1.4 trillion market cap."] Business Insider 7:23 AM
  • "Pandemic fears see AAPL and other Tech Stocks fall over 4%" 9to5Mac 7:28 AM
  • "Apple, TikTok decline to testify at second congressional hearing probing tech's ties to China: Apple and TikTok each have declined a request to testify at a March congressional hearing that would have probed their relationships with China, a move that threatens to ratchet up tensions with federal lawmakers who see Beijing as a privacy and security threat."  Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 7:20 AM
  • "Apple's Services To Top $50 Billion Profits By 2025 – Beating iPhone" Forbes 7:46 AM
  • "Apple drives both premium iPhone sales, global production in India" AppleInsider 10:52 AM