iFans Daily Recap: July 10th 2012

Today was a pretty typical Tuesday. Google updated its Plus app with full iPad support, but is also going to have to pay $22.5 million for a Safari security breach. Twitter released an app update as well, hoping to make the iPhone Twitter experience feel a little more like the web version. Apple announced this morning that the 3rd generation iPad will be coming to China on July 20th and that developers can now submit apps to be reviewed for OS X Mountain Lion. Lastly, the City of San Francisco is boycotting Apple computers in hopes that the corporation will reconsider going with EPEAT. All of this is outlined in less than 3 minutes, here on the iFans Daily Recap.

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iFans Daily Recap July 10th 2012

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