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Assessing Steve Jobs' legacy

The Weekender
The biggest Apple story of the week happened 10 years ago, when Steve Jobs died and left the tech world stunned and shaken.
We’ve got several stories about his legacy, including Cult of Mac founder Leander Kahney’s essay on how Jobs injected his best instincts into Apple’s DNA. It’s the reason Apple didn’t crash and burn after Jobs’ death.
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor

News and opinion
Why Apple didn’t crash and burn after Steve Jobs’ death
Ridiculous Intel ad makes Apple fans look like complete morons
AirPods firmware update enables Find My tracking
Apple Watch Series 7 shipping dates slip into November
A15 Bionic chip is even better than Apple claims
Flash sale: Save up to 40% on SwitchEasy cases and accessories for iPhone
Save money on high-quality printer ink with 4inkjets
Need to edit a PDF on a Mac? Look no further than PDF Reader Pro.
This MagSafe battery clone can triple your iPhone’s charge [Review]
'Acapulco' serves up innocuous snapshot of ’80s Mexican resort life [Apple TV+ review]
Add convenient media controls and 6 ports to iPad with one USB-C hub [Review]
Juuk Aruna band brings smooth and shiny stainless steel to Apple Watch
Turn your iPhone into a Switch with GameSir X2 Lightning controller [Review]
Get set for Halloween with these sweet and spooky iPhone cases
The fine art of getting your workstation just how you like it [Setups]
Pharma tech lead runs a fit and oh-so-clean WFH rig
The beauty of monitor and laptop stands (and a Hulk cord holder)
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