New York resident Jay Brodsky has filed a frivolous class action lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the company’s so-called „coercive“ policy of not letting customers disable two-factor authentication beyond a two-week grace period is both inconvenient and violates a variety of California laws.
The complaint alleges that Brodsky „and millions of similarly situated consumers across the nation have been and continue to suffer harm“ and „economic losses“ as a result of Apple’s „interference with the use of their personal devices and waste of their personal time in using additional time for simple logging in.“ [...]
Apple today announced that Apple Pay is in the process of rolling out in Target stores across the United States and will be available at all of the retailer’s 1,850 locations nationwide in the coming weeks.
While it has accepted Apple Pay in its app for quite some time, Target was one of the biggest Apple Pay holdouts in terms of its stores.
Apple Pay is also rolling out to more than 7,000 Taco Bell and 2,200 Jack in the Box locations in the United States in the next few months, and recently became available at more than 245 Hy-Vee grocery stores in the Midwest as well as approximately 3,000 Speedway locations across the country, according to Apple.
Instagram says it is testing new layout designs for user profiles over the next few weeks that will make them easier to use and better at helping people connect with each other on the social network.
The company announced the upcoming changes on its official blog, explaining that it would experiment in phases with various profile combinations and listen to user feedback:
Over the next several weeks, you may see features re-arranged at the top of your profile including changes to icons, buttons and the way you navigate between tabs, which we hope will make profiles easier and cleaner to use. The photos and videos you’ve shared on your grid won’t [...]
Ahead of next Tuesday’s event focused on new iPad Pro and Mac models, Apple has started decorating the Howard Gilman Opera House at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City, which is where the event is set to take place.
Japanese site Mac Otakara this afternoon shared a YouTube video that shows the progress on the decorations at the site.
Apple is applying colorful decals to the arched windows on one side the building in an abstract pattern that looks a little like stained glass. On the other side, there’s an arched pattern that’s also gaining a colorful set of decals over the bricks of the building.
Over the course of the weekend, [...]