“[Banks] are under intense pressure to make up an estimated $12 billion a year of income that vanished with the passage of rules curbing lucrative overdraft charges and lowering debit card swipe fees. In addition, with lending at anemic levels and interest rates close to zero, banks are…
This is a pretty clear sign that it will launch soon. Of course, there have been signs before.
The weirdest thing about this launch timetable miss is how it impacts other products. There’s a switch in iOS that currently does nothing. And the latest Apple TV update features a major music menu that is worthless. It’s totally dependent on iTunes Match.
The New England Journal of Medicine has a fascinating study examining the effects of a low-income housing program impacted participants’ health—the results of which suggest that, at least in many instances, improving the local neighborhoods where people live does far more to improve health than trying to tackle health problems on a case-by-case basis.