Podcast 511: WWDC predictions, Apple TV love, and free pizza
Well, the free pizza is from T-Mobile, and you gotta go get it yourself. But free pizza!
We’re just days away from the WWDC 2016 keynote, and it’s time to talk (and talk, and talk) about what might be announced, what probably won’t be announced, and what we really want Apple to announce, however unlikely. Be sure to join us for the live blog Monday morning—the keynote starts at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern.
Elsewhere, Glenn made a Mac 911 FAQ because it turns out about half the questions he gets are the same handful of questions. We’re both loving the Apple TV more than ever, as articulated by Jason Snell in a recent column. Instagram is finally using the real iOS Share sheet, so we also pause to praise how great the Share sheet is at linking up apps. Then speaking of awesome apps, Glenn has written two books about Slack, which is one of those apps it’s easy to love but so powerful that it’s hard to take full advantage of. Oh, and speaking of taking advantage, T-Mobile wants you to eat Domino’s every Tuesday forever—for free.
Your top questions to Mac 911—and some answers by Glenn Fleishman
How the fourth-generation Apple TV grew on me by Jason Snell
Apple might put a GPU right inside the Thunderbolt Display by Caitlin McGarry
WWDC wish list: Predicting the next version of OS X by Susie Ochs
WWDC wish list: Here’s what we want to see in iOS 10 by Oscar Raymundo
WWDC wish list: Improvements to services like iCloud and Apple Music by Michael Simon
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