The days are getting shorter, the Thanksgiving leftovers are dwindling, and we still aren't able to buy AirPods, but one of these days we will be. Until then, we have a holiday potpourri of topics for you.
First up? Calendar spam, calendar spam, doing the things a calendar can. Then a video that will crash your iPhone (and no, it's not worth it), a new streaming service from AT&T, and the Apple Store doing right by customers with wonky iPhone 6s batteries or dead SSDs. Later, could Apple really make iPhones in America? And what's the best way to make Twitter less awful?
How to disable calender invite spam on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac by Glenn Fleishman
Don't play this video link unless you want your iPhone to crash by Oscar Raymundo
Taylor Swift and Reese Witherspoon Will Have Their Own DirecTV Now Channels by Clover Hope for Jezebel
Donald Trump tells Tim Cook to build iPhones in the USA by Susie Ochs
Auto Safety Regulators Seek a Driver Mode to Block Apps by Neal E. Boudette for the New York Times
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