Andrew Orr and Bob “Dr Mac” LeVitus join host Kelly Guimont to discuss gifts you can still get in under the holiday deadline, no shipping required.
Charlotte Henry joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss WWDC details, as well as Apple’s charitable efforts for racial equity and COVID-19 aid.
Apple started a donation campaign with the Red Cross so that users can donate to relief efforts for the fires in Australia.
From August 17 to August 25, the first 100,000 transactions at Apple retail stores, the online store, or the Apple Store app will donate US$10 to U.S. national parks.
We’re celebrating our national parks with a $10 donation for each Apple Pay purchase at an Apple Store, on apple.com, or through the Apple Store app in the U.S. from August 17 through 25. Limited to the first 100,000 transactions. Subject to $10 minimum purchase.
I think this is great. U.S. national parks could soon get a big US$1 million donation.
One easy way to make sure you beat all the shipping deadlines and avoid weird looks from the TSA by putting presents in your suitcase is to make a charitable donation. Kelly has a few suggestions for places to start.
Join host Kelly Guimont to chat with Andrew Orr and John Martellaro about alternate giving for the holidays and various flavors of HDR.
It’s Giving Tuesday, so Apple is highlighting charities that accept donations through Apple Pay.
Apple is taking Red Cross donations for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts with a special iTunes Store page.
Apple won’t share user information with the SPLC, and donations won’t qualify as a charitable donation.