Apple Expecting iPhone and iPad Supply Constraints in September Quarter

During today's earnings call covering the third fiscal quarter of 2021 (second calendar quarter), Apple CFO Luca Maesteri said that Apple is expecting supply constraints to affect the iPhone and the iPad in the coming quarter. "The supply constraints that we've seen in the June quarter will be higher in the September quarter," said Maestri. The constraints will impact ‌iPhone‌ and ‌iPad‌ sales in particular. It is not clear if these predicted supply constraints will affect the iPhone 13 mode...
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Purple Sweet Potato Black Sesame Sourdough Rides Again!!

Purple Sweet Potato Black Sesame Sourdough Rides Again!! Submitted by Slideslinger on July 27, 2021 - 7:39pm. Because my wife and I just cannot seem to get enough of this fantastic flavor! Shoutout, as usual, to everyones friend Benito for the initial inspiration. This is my 4th time baking this knockout sourdough, and I've tried different formulations each go round. I substituted dark rye for the whole wheat, and used Giusto's La Parisienne for the bread flour along with 50 g...
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Easy Frittata in the Microwave

Frittatas are the hero of breakfast and brunch because it can typically serve a crowd and is extremely versatile! Instead of serving a crowd, this single or double serve frittata recipe is made in the microwave in just five minutes.  This recipe is so quick and easy and if you are looking for a fast breakfast that is loaded with more flavor than a basic scrambled egg, then this is the recipe for you. I’ve found that frittatas can be made with virtually any vegetable, so as long as you have some...
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Amazon Fresh expanding by 2 more stores, adding ‘Just Walk Out’ option

Amazon Fresh is preparing to open stores in La Habra and Cerritos in the coming months, a move that will boost the company’s Southern California total to 10 locations. The new stores will be Amazon’s first to feature Just Walk Out technology, which allows shoppers to enter a store, grab what they want and leave without going through a checkout line or self-serve kiosk. Amazon Fresh District Manager Jondolon Bush explains it this way: “We have thousands of cameras located throughout the store and...
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How British baking champ Nadiya Hussain builds bridges, one cake at a time

Her father was a chef and owned an Indian restaurant, but growing up in England, Nadiya Hussain’s mum never baked and only used her oven for storage. So the bright young girl had to learn the basics of cooking at school. She was immediately drawn to the kitchen and Baking Studies became her favorite subject. Fast forward to 2015: As an amateur cook she won the “Great British Bake Off” show competition and since then her career has taken off: She’s risen higher than an angel food cake in a warm o...
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Tim Cook says Apple is 'paying more for freight' than he'd like, as experts predict shipping costs for businesses have yet to hit their peak

Apple CEO Tim Cook Roy Rochlin / WireImage Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is paying more for shipping costs than he expected. Cook warned that the iPhone and iPad could be impacted by the computer chip and silicon shortages. Experts predict the shipping container shortage will only get worse in the months to come. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple CEO Tim Cook warned supply constraints and high shipping costs could impact holiday sales for the company."We're p...
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The Bread Loaf Volumeter

The Bread Loaf Volumeter Submitted by albacore on July 28, 2021 - 1:49pm. Another mad professor project - the bread loaf volumeter. Purpose: to measure the volume of a cooked loaf and knowing its weight, to determine the loaf specific volume (volume in ml divided by weight in grams).The specific volume will give a quantitative measure of how "airy" or "solid" a loaf is.The volumeter works on the simple principle of seed dispacement, usually rapeseed, but pearl barley can also be use...
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South Africa at risk of spillover from international inflation, economists say

Higher international oil prices, for example, could affect local transport costs through second-round effects The post South Africa at risk of spillover from international inflation, economists say appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Restaurant now offers $200 french fries to accompany their $300 burger

New York City's Serendipity 3 restaurant already sells a $300 burger. Want fries with that? Now you can finally have them, for $200 more. This month, Guinness World Records certified the Crème de la Crème Pomme Frites as the most expensive order of fries on the planet. — Read the rest
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Need a New Office Microwave? Check These Out

Microwaves provide a level of convenience that makes them the ideal cooking appliance in an office. From warming up drinks and foods to fully cooking snacks and meals, a microwave doesn’t disappoint.  So, do you need a new office microwave? Check these out. The microwaves in this list give you a basic idea of what types of microwaves are available today. From a multifunctional microwave to a medium-duty commercial unit, you can find the right office microwave for you. And best of all microwaves ...
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Grilled Cheese in the Microwave

Learn how to make a grilled cheese sandwich in the microwave in just a couple of minutes. This is a perfect lunch time, well truly anytime, recipe. Who doesn’t love loads of melty cheese smashed between two pieces of warm, toasty, buttery bread?  Grilled cheese recipes are versatile and you are able to use up any bread and cheese you already have in your kitchen. Whip up a warm lunch in no time, something for even the pickiest of eaters! If you are impatient like me, then using the toaster and ...
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Apple Saw Double Digit Growth in iPhone Upgraders and Switchers in Q3 2021

Apple experienced "strong double digit growth" in the number of iPhone users who were upgrading an older device or swapping to an ‌iPhone‌ from an Android device, Apple CEO Tim Cook said during today's earnings call covering the third fiscal quarter of 2021. Cook said that it was the largest upgrade quarter for Q3 ever, and that the iPhone 12 upgrade cycle on the whole was "very strong." Sales of the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max were "particularly strong." Going forward, Cook sai...
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Quick and Easy Tortilla Pizza

I love a thick slice of pizza as much as you, but I don’t love feeling heavy and weighed down and needing to take a nap after eating. This easy tortilla pizza recipe totally fixes that problem! Make pizza in the microwave in just one minute for a quick, cheesy, satisfying lunch!  This recipe is delicious and time efficient and one that I often turn to when craving a slice of greasy pizza. Since i’m on the year of making better choices, this has quickly become a house favorite. I love that it sa...
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3 in 4 drinks Starbucks sells are now cold rather than hot. One barista said the coffee chain was becoming a 'frappuccino factory.'

Starbucks' cold drinks tend to cost more than its hot beverages. TIMOTHY A. CLARY / Getty Images Cold drinks now make up 74% of Starbucks' total beverage sales, CEO Kevin Johnson said Tuesday. Johnson said that cold drinks were especially popular among younger customers. "A lot of the drinks seem like milkshakes rather than coffees," one barista told Insider. See more stories on Insider's business page. Starbucks is selling way more cold drinks than hot coffee - so much so that...
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Zucchini Bread

Zucchini Bread is the recipe every vegetable gardener needs in their back pocket—because you know you’re always going to have an abundance of zucchini every summer! This easy Zucchini Bread recipe is the best way to use up your zucchini harvest, and I guarantee even the veggie-haters in your household will eat it up. Gussied... Read More The post Zucchini Bread appeared first on All Things Mamma.
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Nuts About Summer Snacks

I received free samples of California Walnuts mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by California Walnuts and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. Snacks make the world go ’round. On the go or at home, it’s easier to eat lots of small bites to keep hunger at bay, rather than two or three big meals. No matter what’s on the agenda, smart snacks are necessary to power through the day. Few foods co...
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Egyptian Pita Bread Recipe using Spinning Grillers Pita Bread Maker

Egyptian Pita Bread Recipe using Spinning Grillers Pita Bread Maker July 28, 2021 - 3:43am spinninggrillers Description Pita bread, also known as Aish Baladi, is an Egyptian flatbread made with whole wheat flour that is usually baked in scorching-hot furnaces in Cairo's busy markets. With a baking stone and a high-temperature oven, home cooks may accomplish similar results. Bread was created in ancient Egypt from a type of ancient wheat known as "Emmer." Wheat and b...
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Quick and Easy Camper’s Turkey Chili

This easy turkey chili hits the spot after a family hike while camping! You can make it at home in a snap, chill it in the cooler, and then simply re-heat over the camp stove or in a dutch oven. I promise, this recipe for Camper’s Turkey Chili is a camping crowd pleaser for everyone! Easy Camper’s Turkey Chili We love the outdoors, sleeping in tents, and cooking up yummy camp food! Planning meals for camping can be a bit tricky, especially with kids. So I like to make it as easy as possible w...
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Apple warns that the chip shortage is finally coming for iPhones

Apple CEO Tim Cook. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images Apple CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday that silicon "supply constraints" will start affecting iPhone sales. Cook said in April that a chip shortage was already impacting MacBook and iPad production. The global semiconductor crisis continues to wreak havoc on computers, cars, and other industries. See more stories on Insider's business page. A chip shortage continues to wrack the globe - and it's finally coming for the iPhone.Apple CEO T...
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Apple's Wearables, Home and Accessories Category Sets New June Quarter Revenue Record of $8.8 Billion

Apple's Wearables, Home, and Accessories category saw strong growth during the third fiscal quarter of 2021, Apple CEO Tim Cook said during today's earnings call. The category brought in $8.8 billion, up 36 percent from $6.5 billion in the year-ago quarter. According to Cook, the category set a new all-time June quarter revenue record. Wearables, Home, and Accessories includes the Apple Watch, AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, HomePod, Beats headphones, and more. AirTags is in this categor...
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Justin Herbert starts Chargers camp no longer the shy backup

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert throws a pass during the first day of training camp on Wednesday at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG) Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert speaks to the media following training camp for the 2021 season at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG) Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herb...
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Tim Cook on Apple Deciding to Manufacture Components: 'We Ask Ourselves If We Can Do Something Better'

During today's earnings call for the third fiscal quarter of 2021 (second calendar quarter), Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked how Apple decides what components to purchase and what components to develop, and Cook said that Apple asks if it can be done better. We ask ourselves if we can do something better. If we can deliver a better product. If we can buy something in the market and it's great and it's as good as what we can do, we're going to buy it. We'll only enter where we have an ability to d...
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Surging iPhone sales help Apple overcome global supply chain shortages

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Apple smashed Wall Street estimates in its Q3, reporting a 50% YOY growth in iPhone sales. Apple also reported strong Mac and iPad growth despite a supply chain shortage affecting both. CEO Tim Cook said the firm was able to "mitigate" some of the shortage-related costs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple on Tuesday reported fiscal third-quarter financials that easily surpassed Wall Street expectations.The compan...
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Potato Wedges in the Microwave

If you have a craving for French fries, but want something healthier that comes together in no time, these microwaved potato wedges are the perfect solution! Make them in 10 minutes for a perfect side dish or great snack. Yes potatoes can be snacks!  I love using this recipe as a side dish during the week to go along with hot dogs, hamburgers, and salads. Once thing I love doing is actually topping my salad with potato wedges, which sounds like the opposite thing you’re supposed to do when eati...
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Comment on green beans with almond pesto by STEPHANIE Nalie

I just made the pesto and it is very very thick. I “diluted” it with additional olive oil and then a splash of vinegar to balance the flavor but is is still a paste. Is it supposed to be thick? I will toss it with the green beans tonight at dinner and maybe the heat will help liquify it a bit?
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Comment on cherry cornmeal upside-down cake by Erin

I made this today. It tasted great! Thanks for the timely recipe. Quick question — is the top (i.e., the bottom when it is being cooked) supposed to be crunchy? Mine wasn’t crunchy, so I’m wondering if I did something wrong. (Though it still tasted great). Thanks!
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Comment on deviled eggs by sunnysusan

Deviled eggs might seem like a summer food to you, but you associate them with holiday parties! Perhaps we often do a ‘celebration of mayonnaise-based foods’ to honour my grandmother’s birthday (which is in July, so that may explain it.) These items are really good at any time of year, though.
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Comment on green beans with almond pesto by Alborz Fallah

I was so bummed the first time I cooked those purple beans that they turned into a dark green. So bummed. This is just a beautiful dish and I can’t wait to make it. Didn’t have a garden this year (drought in CA) so I’ll have to buy the beans.
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Comment on zucchini butter spaghetti by Norma

I am SO delighted to find a recipe that specifies the weight of zucchini rather than saying something like “two medium zucchini.” Does medium mean the size of your arm when you’ve just found one hiding in your garden that is the size of your leg? Thank you Deb – I appreciate your accuracy!
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