Tech Addict: Apple “Taiwan” Bug, Macbook Pro Update + 3 More Latest Tech News

610 gathered most interesting news and announcements for the week. 

Goodbye, Mac!

Apple is going to update its Macbook like, in particulat it will receive faster performance and new pro features. So, in result, we get the most advanced Mac notebook ever.

Starting at $1,799 and $2,399 respectively, the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar are available on Apple official website.

The question is whether new Macbook is really worth waiting. For now, check out our list of predictions for autumn conference.

Facebook will start airing news


Source: Facebook

Facebook started to stream news shows created in partnership with CNN, Fox News Channel, Univision, and ABC News — top media platforms.

Facebook Watch is the place where you will be able to find news programming that is to go live soon. This project is the result of the spreading of “fake news” during the 2016 presidential election and the need of original news programming.

Apple bug “Taiwan”


Source: Apple

Apple has to adapt code because of China’s strict rules, and it looks like they cannot handle it properly. For instance, iOS 11.3 update featured a bug crashed users’ devices then they typed “Taiwan” or used the Taiwanese flag emoji.

The interesting things that it happened in any app. With iOS 11.4.1. update, the bug was fixed and people who loves talking about Taiwan regurarly can be calm now.

Facebook was down for Android app

Down Detector states that most reported problems are:

  • Total blackout (42%)
  • Aps (31%)
  • Log in (25%)

As you can see, the most of the reports are from UK. People from Europe and North and South America are also facing bugs within the Facebook app.

Later in a statement to a Facebook spokesperson said: “We have restored service for those who experienced a technical issue that caused some people to have trouble accessing Facebook on Android.”

Read the details here.

Tesla factory in Shanghai 

Right after the car company was forced to raise the prices of its cars by at least $20,000 each due to China’s increased import tariffs on American-made cars, Tesla announced it would open its first international factory in Shanghai.

Reuters quotes local Chinese media on Tuesday as saying the Californian company has signed agreements with Shanghai authorities that will allow it to open a plant in the Chinese city with an annual capacity of 500,000 cars.

The Shanghai government made the announcement on its official WeChat account which showed a picture of Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk shaking hands with Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong.





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Tech Addict: Apple "Taiwan" Bug, Macbook Pro Update + 3 More Latest Tech News
Tech Addict: Apple "Taiwan" Bug, Macbook Pro Update + 3 More Latest Tech News
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