Let’s face the facts: Open standards like USB-C are better for consumers than proprietary ones like Lightning, which Apple controls. Having one set of chargers, cables, and peripherals for your laptop, phone, and tablet would be convenient. The USB-C ecosystem would explode if Apple went all-in. But getting there will be beyond painful. Glenn and Susie unpack the rumor that the next iPhone will have USB-C instead of Lightning, even though Apple keeps releasing Lightning accessories, like, well… like it’s going out of style.
Good news: A third-party screen repair won’t void your iPhone warranty by Caitlin McGarry
Apple’s new HQ, Apple Park, will open in April by Caitlin McGarry
Missing Richard Simmons, a podcast by Dan Taberski
Cloudflare data leakage doesn’t reveal 1Password secrets by Glenn Fleishman
How Apple’s security system broke some Mac apps by Rob Griffith at Many Tricks
Google updates Gboard for iOS with new emoji and voice-typing by Oscar Raymundo
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