A statement on Apple’s website said: “We’ve been hearing feedback from our customers about the way we handle performance for iPhones with older batteries and how we have communicated that process. We know that some of you feel Apple has let you down. … [Read more...] about Apple apologises for slowing down older iPhones with ageing batteries
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There is much left unanswered about the circumstances surrounding Proof's death. This incident is a senseless tragedy that should inspire change, not blame. In the end, ballistic science will reveal whether the bullet that killed Keith Bender was shot from the same gun that killed DeShaun Holton. If that is the case, perhaps the city of Detroit and the rest of America will search beyond the knee-jerk headlines that portrayed Proof as the gun-slinging thug who killed the war hero. If the initial reports are true, perhaps, in time, how he died will not obscure how he lived. When the dust settles, Proof should be seen truthfully, as the authentic voice of Detroit that he was: complex, angry, sarcastic, earnest, loyal, and proud of his roots. He should be remembered as the artist that he was - a man consumed with supporting the place that weaned him; a man, who was, ultimately, consumed by the very same. … [Read more...] about Proof positive
A couple of doors down from court 26, where this case is being heard, Berezovsky is involved in another case against Vladimir Terluk. Terluk appeared on a Russian TV programme about the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and accused Berezovsky of having, through his associates, exerted pressure on him to produce false evidence of a murder plot. Berezovsky sued him and the Russian TV company for libel and won. Terluk is appealing [see footnote]. The libel lawyers, Carter-Ruck, meanwhile, are involved in another case, involving Alexander Lebedev, the ex-KGB officer and now owner of the Evening Standard and Independent. Lebedev recently punched a construction maganate, Sergei Polonsky, on Russian TV. Polonsky has sued him in London after he allegedly bragged about it afterwards. And then there is Yelena Baturina, the wife of Moscow's sacked mayor Yuri Luzhkov. She has just successfully sued the Sunday Times for libel after it wrongly alleged she was the owner of a 65-room mansion in … [Read more...] about Abramovich v Berezovsky: what have we learned so far?
The model who sometimes feels insecure about her looks The 77-year-old ballerina inspiring others The beauty blogger with a facial disfigurement Vincent Peter, co-founder of SILENT modelling agency in Paris, says: "You can see older women on an anti-ageing cream advertisement, but they are unlikely to be booked for high-fashion jobs. … [Read more...] about Maye Musk: ‘I am just getting started’ as a model, aged 69