In the latest episode of the Macworld Podcast, we cover the news about WWDC19 and Apple’s new AirPods, iPads, and iMacs. Our feature discussion will cover the Spotify and Apple Music fracas. In our two-minute tip, learn how to add other people’s fingerprints to Touch ID, and we also go over audience hot takes. This is episode 644 of the Macworld Podcast with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.
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Here are articles for more information on the news we talked about on the show.
Spotify vs. Apple Music
Last week, Spotify filed suit against Apple in the European Union, claiming that Apple is using its app store to limit the choices that customers have for audio streaming services in an effort to promote its own Apple Music service. We discuss the controversy on the show, but you can read more in the article linked below.
Welcome to the Two-Minute Tip. On this part of the show, a Macworld staffer will present a quick tip for your Apple device. This week, we’ll show you how to add other people’s fingerprints to Touch ID on your iPhone or iPad. Click the link below to get more details.
Your hot takes
We love to read your comments and questions. Let us know what you’re thinking on Twitter (@macworld), or on the Macworld Facebook page.
Here are a few comments that caught our eye this week.
Spotify vs. Apple Music: @mxl256
New iPad mini: Ed Roo
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Roman has covered technology since the early 1990s. His career started at MacUser, and he's worked for MacAddict, Mac|Life, and TechTV.