Dark Sky, a peerless weather app that had been a trusted guide through years of working life in wet and moody Britain, had died. A bit of forensic googling showed the tech company had bought Dark Sky back in March 2020— news I failed to spot at the time on account of a gathering global pandemic. “It’s unbelievable,” moaned a friend who said he had been repeatedly drenched cycling to work since Dark Sky had perished.
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One bright spot in the report was Apple Services revenue. Services, which include Apple Music, TV, News, Card and others is quickly becoming a major contributors to the bottom line, and just in time