The band marks Apple’s 30th year in association with Pride Parade in San Francisco. (Source: Reddit/Sakusuhon)
When it comes to the LGBT Pride Parade in San Francisco, Apple has been one tech company that remains very active on the scene. This year too, Apple CEO Tim Cook and employees joined the Pride parade. Apple took its support for #Pride a step further with employees wearing a new limited edition rainbow-coloured Apple Watch band. The band marks Apple’s 30th year in association with Pride Parade in San Francisco.
Apple has never really shied away from standing up for diversity and gay rights in the US. Two years back, Apple CEO Tim Cook, publicly disclosed that he is gay in a personal and moving essay on Bloomberg.
He tweeted out saying, “Happy Pride to everyone who turned out this weekend to celebrate! #applepride #pri…
Apple is killing the old Thunderbolt Display, and rumours say a new one might come with a GPU.
Apple has officially confirmed the current Thunderbolt Display will be phased out, and it won’t be replenishing stock. The current Thunderbolt Display, which is 27-inches and has a 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution is priced at $999 on the Apple.com store in the US.
Apple in a statement to The Next Web said it will discontinue the Apple Thunderbolt Display.
The statement read, “ We’re discontinuing the Apple Thunderbolt Display. It will be available through Apple.com, Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last. There are a number of great third-party options available for Mac users. ”
However there are reports Apple is working on a new Thunderbolt Display with an inbuilt GPU. A tweet by BuzzFeed’s John Paczk…