The Rundown Report: Apple’s apology, BBC3’s new home & love at first ‘like’

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It’s been a busy week here at, so let’s sit back and catch up on all the latest news and goings on!

1. Apple’s error 53 has been fixed

This week Apple users have been hit by ‘error 53’, which disabled iPhones and caused much inconvenience to Apple’s loyal customers. The BBC reports that a fix has been issued and Apple have apologised.

A study by the Optical Network Group at University College London has broken the record for the highest rate of data received by a single receiver, at 1.125 terabits per second. Mashable have reported of this big news this week.

2. The Independent makes some big changes

At the end of last week The Independent owners, ESI Media, announced their plans to end their print editions at the end of next month – keeping their online edition only. And their not the only ones making big changes…

3. BBC3 has a new home

We knew it was coming, but this week BBC3 officially moved to an online service only, the IAB reports. Will you still be watching the channel in its new home?

4. Who sent the most amount of ‘spam’ emails last year?

Unroll.Me, an app that helps you get rid of emails you’re not interested in, have released a list of companies who sent the most amount of ‘spam’ last year. Groupon was at the top, followed by LivingSocial. For the full list pop over to The Telegraph’s article

5. Love at first ‘like’

In lighter news, here’s a happy story of a couple who met on Instagram, met face to face at the end of last week and are now married. The Guardian has the full story. Aww.

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