Apple’s flagship Covent Garden store in London is set to reopen on Friday, October 26 following a three month renovation period, Apple announced today in its Apple Store app.
Covent Garden is set to reopen on the same day that the colorful new iPhone XR debuts, and to celebrate the store’s relaunch, Apple has designed a cheery reopening graphic.
The Covent Garden store closed on June 27 to be overhauled with the new store design first introduced at the Union Square location in San Francisco back in 2016.
Since Apple revamped its San Francisco Apple Store layout with the Genius Grove for getting help, The Avenue for shopping, a Forum for [...]
Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera [Google Translate] published a headline today that translates to „the bill that could ban the iPhone in Italy.“
The bill in question, Senate Act 2484, is aimed at ensuring Italians have open access to software, content, and services. The portion of the bill potentially relevant to Apple essentially says that users should have the right to download any software, whether proprietary or open source, on any platform.
An excerpt from Article Four of the loosely translated bill:
Users have the right to, in an appropriate format to the required technology platform […] use fair and non-discriminatory software, [...]