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Some Apple laptops banned from airline flights for fire risk

Federal safety officials ban some Apple laptops from airline flights after Apple recalled the batteries because they could catch fire.

14.8.2019

Federal safety officials ban some Apple laptops from airline flights after Apple recalled the batteries because they could catch fire.

Federal safety officials have banned some Apple laptops from airline flights after Apple recalled the batteries because they could catch fire

. The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement Wednesday that it alerted airlines last month about the recall involving batteries for some Apple MacBook Pro laptops. Under FAA policy, some potentially dangerous items including lithium batteries can't be carried on board or placed in checked baggage if they are under a safety recall. The item must be repaired, replaced or made safe by a manufacturer-approved method before going on a plane. On its website, Apple says a"limited number" of 15-inch MacBook Pros sold mostly between September 2015 and February 2017 have batteries that might overheat and pose a fire risk. Apple says it's replacing affected batteries for free. Read more: ABC News

Tweet not loading So what are they going to do open up everybody's macbook now and check the about the mac section? Why, after all the fires of these batteries still being used?

‎Hidden Brain on Apple PodcastsFor most of the last 2 million years, humans lived in a natural world. Now, many of us spend our time in noisy cities, among skyscrapers and high-rises. What is this doing to our health, our mood... our sense of self? 🔊From HiddenBrain: HiddenBrain Start by finding out how the agricultural revolution effected the human race by putting us in the origional unnatural environment for humans. HiddenBrain Human environments are natural environments for humans. 🙄 It don't have a big ass tree? Lot of planet just like that, and even less hospitable to human health. 🤷‍♂️ HiddenBrain 70,000 years of human evolution where our brains only processed local information “neighboring tribe is banging war drums...grizzly ate neighbor’s child etc” our brains now bombarded with “4 killed in accident in Bombay, Chinese stole another patent”. Brains not designed 4 this!

Apple leads Wall St. higher as U.S. delays tariffs - Reuters TVThe Trump administration on Tuesday delayed imposing a 10% import tariff on laptops, cell phones, video game consoles and some other products made in China that had been scheduled to start next month, in an abrupt pull-back from a hardline stance on Chinese trade. YJacquez_ StephenNellis Means you are innocent and stupid if you don't change your plans. Never put all eggs in one basket. StephenNellis The Chinese tariffs are the good ones, but the Chinese government would be in trouble if they let their tariffs get through. StephenNellis TELL YOUR AUDIENCE HOW VATICAN IS FOOLING THE WORLD=

Apple surges after the US delays tariffs on cellphones and laptopsPresident Trump upped the stakes of the trade war in July after threatening to impose a 10% tariff on another $300 billion worth of Chinese imports.

U.S.-China trade war hinges on farmers, not AppleThe Trump administration is delaying import tariffs on some electronics, giving the iPhone maker and the S&P 500 a boost. That’s down to business lobbying and a little pragmatism. But the president wants to boost American agriculture. Until China helps, investors can’t rest easy. ReutersBiz GinaChon Already too late for many farmers. Many have already lost everything & filed bankruptcy ReutersBiz GinaChon It will be hard on them....but as our economy is very strong, now is the time to make them stop. It has had a dramatic effect on China and they are hanging on hoping Trump will lose 2020. They will have a surprise.

How Tariffs Can Still Bite AppleHeard on the Street: Tariff delay will help this year’s iPhone crop, but Wall Street is far more focused on Apple's 5G devices next year Bite me apple!

Apple may completely change the naming scheme for its next iPhonesWell, that would be...different.data-page-subject=true Well simply adding ‘pro’ like their other existing product lines and following the sequencial numbering they have from day one wouldn’t be completely changing it up. I imagine for 2020 they will have a major update and will drop numbering then can just be iPhone, iPhone Pro...



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