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Former Apple design chief Sir Jony Ive has revealed his latest project, a collaboration with British audio brand Linn to design a 50th anniversary edition of its Sondek LP12 turntable. The luxury $60,000 record player is the first non-Apple hardware project Ive is known to have been involved in since he and four other colleagues left the company in 2019 to found the design firm LoveFrom. The premium piece of audio technology features many of the classic hallmarks of an Ive-approved product, right down to the smoothed off aluminum edges, circular elements, and neutral, minimalist aesthetic. Speaking to Fast Company, Ive said he had owned multiple Linn products over the years, explaining that "music has always been profoundly important to…
An email initially rejected as spam led to a partnership that has seen a new Jony Ive Linn turntable design, as part of the high-end British audio company’s 50th anniversary celebrations … more… The post Jony Ive Linn turntable design debuts, replacing plastic with aluminum… for $64K appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Apple in the iOS 17 beta has changed the text that provides details on the Automated Clearing House (ACH) transfer time for Apple Savings account holders. In ‌iOS 17‌ beta 2, it now reads "Funds are typically available for withdrawal by the 5th business day" when a transfer is made. Prior to the beta, it said that transfers "typically take 1-3 business days to complete." The 1-3 day wording still exists in iOS 16. The transfer time clarification comes after a number of complaints from Apple Card owners who opted into the Savings account when it became available. Apple Savings account users have had issues with long wait times when attempting to withdraw funds. A June report from The Wall…
Macworld In any business there are ups and downs. As you’d expect, ups and downs in Apple’s world can be pretty big. (It’s just a theme to pull two mostly unrelated stories together, people. Don’t think about it too hard.) Fortunately for Apple, the down here is actually for another company, but it’s a whopper. “Goldman Is Looking for a Way Out of Its Partnership With Apple” Apple Pay was just another in a long string of Apple products that pundits told us were doomed from the start. This comes after reports that Goldman Sachs has lost billions in the relationship. The Macalope doesn’t know about you, but when he gets into business deals that lose him billions of dollars,…
Given yesterday’s report that Goldman Sachs is looking to bail on its partnership with Apple, I thought it would be interesting to do a breakdown of the increasingly-messy relationship between the two companies. After forging their partnership in 2019, Apple appears to have thrived while Goldman Sachs has suffered. more… The post Apple and Goldman Sachs: A timeline of the messy partnership that might soon fall apart appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Illustration: The Verge The Apple Card may soon no longer be backed by Goldman Sachs. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Goldman Sachs is in talks to offload its partnership with Apple to American Express. Apple launched its credit card in partnership with Goldman Sachs in 2019 and, more recently, made its new Pay Later service available to users in March. While Apple’s new financial division is handling the lending side of its buy now, pay later service, it’s still working with Mastercard and Goldman Sachs to enable the program. But now, sources tell the Journal that Goldman Sachs wants to exit from both of these partnerships and have American Express take its place. According to the…
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