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Apple releases iOS 13.4 – now with iCloud Folder sharing and more

Today Apple has released iOS 13.4, as well as iPadOS 13.4, tvOS 13.4, macOS 10.15.4 and audioOS 13.4 for HomePod. iOS 13.4 has been in beta for a little while and includes some significant improvements to the iPhone. Changes Mail With iOS 13, Apple made some very weird decisions with the iOS toolbar, condensing everything into one icon and now after a number of public complaints, iOS 13.4 now reverts […]

Disney+ is launching in the UK and Europe tomorow

Disney+ has been available in the US since late last year, and Disney has been teasing the launch for the UK and Europe for a while now and earlier this month, the full line up was revealed. Tomorrow is the day here in the UK and Europe, when Disney+ launches, but a few things have changed. Notably, the streaming quality will be reduced. Due to the coronavirus and a lot […]

GameStop in the US will now temporarily shut its physical retail stores

As of the 22nd March, GameStop in the US will shut down all of its retail stores across the country, in the aid of helping to stop spread the coronavirus. The company will be moving all orders to be delivery only. “GameStop will close customer access to U.S. storefronts and will process orders on a digital only basis, moving to curbside pick-up at stores and eCommerce delivery only. Company to pay […]

Weekends with A&T Tech – Best stories of the week

Another week has gone by and it’s time, once again to go over the best stories we covered here on A&T Tech. In the news this week, Apple introduced a new iPad Pro as well as a new Magic Keyboard accessory for it and a new MacBook Air was launched. Microsoft announced that Windows 10 now has over one billion devices running on it and the company announced that all of […]

Bentley will be stopping car production in the UK for one month, joining JLR

Today, Bentley has announced that it will be stopping production of any new cars in its factory in Crewe and is shutting down the factory for one month with plans to reopen again on the 20th April. This news joins a similar announcement from Jaguar Land Rover today, where it plans to temporarily shut down its factories in Castle Bromwich, Halewood and Solihull. Bentley’s factory produces around 11,000 cars a […]

Apple now has purchase limits on iPhones, new iPad Pro and new MacBook Air

Apple this week introduced a brand new MacBook Air, new iPad Pro and also an updated Mac mini and as of Thursday, Apple has had to introduce purchase limits for all the iPhone models, the new iPad Pro models and the new MacBook Air. This purchase limit is live worldwide. Apple is limiting the purchase of five each per customer of the new MacBook Air and the new Mac mini […]

Jaguar Land Rover stops production in the UK for one month

So far this week, a few car companies who have factories here in the UK have stopped production temporarily, due to the ongoing outbreak and issues with coronavirus. This week, Nissan announced that its Sunderland factory would be closed for a while and now Jaguar Land Rover is the latest company to do the same. Jaguar Land Rover has a number of factories in the UK and production will stop […]

Apple has now made the Afterburner Card for the Mac Pro available for separate purchase

Earlier this week, along with all the other announcements from Apple, such as the new iPad Pro and keyboard, Mac mini updates and new MacBook Air – Apple also made the Afterburner Card available as a separate purchase for the new Mac Pro. Until this was made available, customers could only get the card at the same time as ordering a new Mac Pro from apple.com. Apple has the Afterburner […]

Nissan temporarily closes its Sunderland factory

Like some other car factories, such as Ferrari Ford, Fiat, PSA and Lamborghini – Nissan has now temporarily closed its factory here in the UK, the factory in Sunderland is responsible for producing the all-electric Leaf, Qashqai and the Juke and employees around 7,000 members of staff. “The company is following all advice from national governments and has implemented a range of measures to ensure the welfare of employees and […]

Microsoft has seen a huge surge Teams user activity, due to a lot of people working from home

Due to the ongoing issues caused by the outbreak of coronavirus, a lot of people worldwide have had to work from home, and that has naturally put a strain on some cloud based platforms, as everyone is now remote working and communication with staff and employees now happens over video chat and chat messages. Microsoft has had its Teams application available for around three years now as part of the […]