iPhone 8 facing shipping delays, Disney's streaming plan
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A new report from the Wall Street Journal says that Apple's new iPhone 8, which will be announced on September 12th, will be delayed about a month according to a series of manufacturing glitches and design choices, like the company's unsuccessful attempt to include touch ID into the new phone's display.
Marvel and Star Walls movie will soon be exclusive available on Disney's own streaming service starting in 2019 though some films my stick around on platforms like Netflix for a little longer.
In addition to those two mega properties the streaming service will also host original Disney series and movies and even Disney owned Pixar films.
And finally, Google will be killing off the drive and photos apps for PC and Mac on December 11th of this year.
Both services have been replaced by a backup and sync app which will take care of all file types on a given computer.
This consolidation will make it easier to get access to items from feasibly anywhere.
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