Daily Crunch: New MacBook Pros have a keyboard fix

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1. Apple announces new MacBook Pros with a keyboard fix, oh, and some-more absolute processors

Apple says it’s holding 3 stairs to pill a keyboard situation: It will be creation a materials change to a MacBook Pro keyboard mechanism, it’s covering all moth keyboards opposite a cover line in a Keyboard Service module and it’s improving a correct routine in Apple Stores to make things faster.

The new laptops have some-more to offer than softened keyboards: Apple says a 15-inch MacBook Pro will run during double a speed of a prior quad-core models.

2. TransferWise now valued during $3.5B following a new $292M delegate round

While this is a delegate turn (so no new money is entering a TransferWise change sheet), prior investors aren’t exiting — in fact, Andreessen Horowitz and Baillie Gifford are indeed doubling down.

3. ARM halts Huawei attribute following US ban

The dominoes continue to tumble for Huawei in a arise of a Trump-led U.S. trade ban.

4. Google says some G Suite user passwords were stored in plaintext given 2005

The hunt hulk disclosed a bearing Tuesday though declined to contend accurately how many craving business were affected.

5. London’s Tube network to switch on Wi-Fi tracking by default in July

Transport for London writes that “secure, privacy-protected information collection will start on Jul 8” — while touting additional services, such as softened alerts about delays and congestion, that it frames as “customer benefits,” as approaching to launch “later in a year.”

6. Apple has a devise to make online ads some-more private

By holding a identifiable chairman out of a equation, Apple says a new record can assistance safety user remoteness but shortening a efficacy on ad campaigns.

7. The Exit: Getaround’s $300M roadtrip

Last month, Getaround acquired Parisian peer-to-peer automobile let use Drivy. For some-more sum about what lies forward for Drivy and a Paris startup scene, we spoke to Alven Capital partner Jeremy Uzan, who initial invested in Drivy’s seed turn in 2013. (Extra Crunch membership required.)