Apple TV Plus could be free a bit longer, Trump halts Intel shipments to Huawei
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Apple reportedly extended its free trial of Apple TV plus until July 2021.
Apple gave free year long trials of its streaming video service with the purchase of a new device.
The first wave of trials were supposed to end in October.
Then it was extended to February.
And now that has been pushed again to July giving early adopters an extra nine months free.
As first reported by 95 Mac paying customers will also get an extra extension.
The Trump administration hit Huawei us suppliers including Intel, with restrictions just days before Joe Biden's presidential inauguration.
Reuters reports that Intel and others had licenses revoked so these companies cannot sell chips and other supplies.
To the Chinese phone maker.
Rocket lab a newcomer to the commercial space game says it is ready for its first mission of 2021.
The startup will launch one of its rockets to orbit as early as Tuesday night pacific time.
The company has facilities in the US and New Zealand.
This mission is dubbed, another one leave the crust.
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