The betas are heeeeeeere! But who cares, right, because everyone in the world is out trying to catch them some Pokémon or what have you. Glenn and Susie talk about the security/privacy angle (that’s since been addressed by the 1.0.1 update), as well as what a fun craze this is turning out to be. We like fun!
Oh, and eventually we get around to discussing iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, both now in beta. We still feel weird talking to our Macs, all that time we spent tagging Faces in previous iPhoto versions was for naught, and iPhone battery life will take a hit (especially if you’re also trying to play Pokémon). But we love the beta program in general, and these particular public betas actually do feel pretty solid.
The beginner’s guide to Pokémon Go: A FAQ on how to catch ’em all by Sarah Jacobbson Purewal
How to dominate Pokémon Go without spending money by Andrew Hayward
Pokémon Go for iOS will stop requiring full Google account access by Glenn Fleishman
Hands-on with Pokémon Go: Catch ’em all by exploring the real world by Andrew Hayward
Star Trek: The Next Generation, “The Game” (S5, E6) on Hulu
Investigation into Pokémon’s Google OAuth tokens by arirubinstein on GitHub
How to avoid Mac malware by using Gatekeeper and common sense by Glenn Fleishman
How I learned to stop worrying and embrace the iOS 10 beta on my old iPad by Caitlin McGarry
Who benefits from Apple’s public betas? We all do by Dan Moren
Hands-on with the new Photos features in macOS Sierra and iOS 10 by Glenn Fleishman
How to use Feedback Assistant to report bugs in the betas of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 by Susie Ochs and Roman Loyola
Get to know Messages in iOS 10, Apple’s overloaded attack on Snapchat by Oscar Raymundo
Mail in iOS 10: Under-the-radar changes make your inbox easier to manage by Caitlin McGarry
10 features to try first in the public beta of iOS 10 by Oscar Raymundo
7 things to try in the macOS Sierra public beta by Jason Snell
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