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Holiday ad, X shipment times, ringtone sources, South Korean raid, Foxconn ‘halts’ illegal work


Apple celebrates Thanksgiving and Christmas with Sway ad featuring iPhone X, AirPods — Apple has started its holiday advertising blitz with a new music-centric video featuring the AirPods, and the iPhone X and an enraptured couple dancing in the snow. [Saw a guy the other day on a plane with AirPods in, and at first glance I thought he’d put cigarettes in his ears as sound suppressors, lol!]

iPhone X shipment times improve to 1-2 weeks ahead of holidays — Just in time for the lucrative holiday shopping season, Apple has updated iPhone X ship-by times to one to two weeks, a one-week improvement over previous delivery estimates offered earlier this month.

Where to find iPhone ringtones for iOS 11 besides iTunes — There are plenty of places to get iPhone ringtones apart from iTunes. Apps like Zedge have been popular for years, and there are other apps as well. The Mac Observer has found three apps that have cool ringtones and alert tones.

Six must-have iPhone apps for holiday travel — Holiday travel can be pretty hectic, but it’s possible to cut out at least a little of the stress. Check out these iPhone apps that can make your travels easier and your trip experience more fun.

Apple’s South Korean offices raided by authorities ahead of regional iPhone X launch — South Korean authorities have reportedly conducted a raid of Apple’s offices in the country earlier this week, with investigators said to have questioned the company about its business affairs just days before the launch of the iPhone X in the country, which could raise questions concerning the government’s animosity for competitors of local manufacturers, such as main rival Samsung.

Foxconn puts halt to illegal overtime at iPhone X plant — Apple supplier Foxconn in a statement on Thursday said it has stopped high school interns from working overtime at an iPhone plant in China, a practice that violates the country’s labour laws. [Apple’s use of this company is another moral indictment against it.]