In this, our final podcast of 2015, we take a moment to air our Festivus grievances while also praising Apple for a pretty good year. That doesn’t mean we don’t have *numerous* suggestions for next year, though!
Elsewhere, we talk about Tim Cook’s tough stance on privacy, Benedict Evans’s attitude problem, and a trick for making sure deleted items are really gone.
Thank you so much for your support of the Macworld podcast this year. We’re off next week, and will return with a new episode on Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Happy holidays!
What the Mac needs in 2016 by Jason Snell
An iPhone without a headphone jack? Sounds good to me by Michael Simon
An iPhone without a headphone jack? No way! by Kirk McElhearn
Report: Apple sets March event for Apple Watch 2 and maybe a 4-inch iPhone 6c by Oscar Raymundo
Cannibalism is good, and other things I learned from 60 Minutes’ Apple report by Michael Simon
Apple warns against the UK’s proposed spying law by Susie Ochs
How to delete items instantly or selectively from Trash by Glenn Fleishman
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