Last week we talked about the WWDC keynote, and this week…we’re still talking about the WWDC keynote, plus a lot of little things that have been illuminated since then. The death of slide-to-unlock, for example. More about the ability to “delete” Apple apps. How silly we were to believe the iMessages for Android rumor even for a second. Clarification on the subscription rules. And maybe a dark horse in the running for the role of Echo competitor: the iPad?!
Apple will never bring iMessage to Android and you already know why by Oscar Raymundo
The classic ‘Slide to Unlock’ iPhone gesture is gone from iOS 10 by Susie Ochs
Apple’s old Mac Pro has to go, and we’ve designed the perfect replacement by Gordon Mah Ung at PCWorld
What if Apple’s Amazon Echo competitor is the iPad? by Susie Ochs
The Talk Show: Live from WWDC 2016, with Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi by John Gruber at Daring Fireball
With Sierra, Apple lets the Mac be the Mac by Dan Moren
Safari 10 will turn off Flash by default when it ships with macOS Sierra by John Ribeiro
Follow the users: Why Messages got the biggest upgrade in iOS 10 by Jason Snell
Why Apple’s emojification of iMessage in iOS 10 is not innovative enough by Oscar Raymundo, on this week’s iPhone Show
Messages in iOS 10 brings iMessage apps, emoji suggestions, and visual effects overload by Oscar Raymundo
How differential privacy can crowdsource meaningful info without exposing your secrets by Glenn Fleishman
If you ask lots of drunk people a question, many answers will be wrong, but the average answer will be correct. That’s Differential Privacy.— Martijn Grooten (@martijn_grooten) June 18, 2016
Apple Pay arrives on Bank of America ATMs to make cash withdrawals painless by Caitlin McGarry
Apple fixes serious flaw in AirPort wireless routers by Lucian Constantin
How to get your Amazon credit from Apple’s ebook price-fixing settlement by Oscar Raymundo
Apple may finally get clearance for stores in India by John Ribeiro
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