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Apple surpassed Wall Street’s predictions during their third quarter earnings call, Tim Cook testified during the U.S. House antitrust hearing, CES goes all digital, and we feature our favorite task apps on the AppleInsider podcast.
We cover the latest changes in iOS 14 developer beta 3, new “iPhone 12” rumors including a 5.4” screen size, Instacart accounts leak, Alexa control of third-party apps coming to iOS, and we discuss our favorite wireless keyboards and mice.
Twitter experiences a massive security breach, Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.6, Apple News adds audio and local news, ‘Apple Glass’ could use AR to enhance screen privacy, and whether your upgrade should wait on Apple Silicon Macs.
We're still gleaning details of macOS Big Sur and iOS 14 since WWDC, but there's also the on/off "iPhone 12" delay, the peculiar difficulty of replacing a Mac Pro's SSD, and the way your iPhone may replace all your printed ID.
Our hosts run down many of the uncovered features of iOS, iPadOS, macOS and more since the WWDC keynote, what features and hardware were left out, and suggestions for those wanting to install the developer betas on their devices.
The rumored transition to Apple-made silicon for Mac was officially announced at this year’s WWDC. Learn about all the changes to iOS 14, iPadOS, watchOS 7, macOS 11.0 and more in this week’s special WWDC episode.
After accepting the new email app “Hey” into the App Store, Apple is now denying updates unless the developer adds an in-app subscription. Zoom backtracks and gives all users end-to-end encryption, leaked iMac icon found in an unreleased version of iOS 14, and our hosts list their feature wishlist for the next version of iPadOS.
Popular podcast app Pocket Casts is removed from the App Store in China, upcoming features revealed in iOS 13.6, a redesigned iMac could debut at WWDC along with the rumored ARM Mac transition, and our hosts share their feature wishlist for the next macOS.