Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, apple has announced that company's largest revenue and profit in company history largely fueled by sales of the iPhone 13 in the fourth quarter of last year, the tech giant saw its overall revenue rise to nearly 124 billion. More than half of that coming from the iPhone, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and global supply chain issues demand for the phone is at an all time high with 9% growth from the previous year, the music of rocker, Neil young [00:00:30] is no longer available on Spotify. This week, the musician gave the streaming service the choice to keep his music or Joe Rogan's popular podcast, but not both. And a letter on his website. Young took issue with Rogan's podcast for spreading COVID misinformation. He wrote quote, I am doing this because Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines, potentially causing death to those who believe that disinformation spread by them.
Speaker 1: And finally, the S a T is going digital. The standardized test that high school [00:01:00] students take to gain college admission is getting a complete overhaul starting in the us in 2024, the test duration will be reduced by an hour to only two hours. Total students will be able to use calculators on the math portion and they can take the test on a range of devices. The college board, the organization behind the test says these changes are in response to a majority of beta testers, finding the digital version much less stressful. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.