Apple gets a break on tariffs, Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps, and Disney Plus gets ready to take over your screens.
The Trump administration has given Apple a waiver on 10 of its products, most of which focus on the Macbook Pro. This could make it easier for apple as well as small makers of gaming computers to assemble devices in the U.S. by lowering the costs of importing parts.
Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps which may have mishandled personal data. The company says it was part of its investigation in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Facebook is not saying which app companies were suspended but it says the apps were associated with about 400 developers.
Disney’s streaming service Disney Plus is now available for pre-order with a 7-day trial. The monthly subscription is $7 dollars. The annual pass is $70 dollars. Disney Plus plans to offer 25 original series and 10 original films during its first year. Launch day is November 12th.