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Netflix is Wiping Out All of Its User Reviews Next Month https://t.co/cHNwwBdLFh pic.twitter.com/rqpUAQS4G6

— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) July 6, 2018
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@stroughtonsmith @eli_schiff As conversation continues about design... I was in the MAS today and clicked on a featured app. After reading, I looked for a back arrow. Nope. Scrolled to top - no back arrow. After 30s or so, looked in top-right and saw "Done". pic.twitter.com/Hd1R97TUVe

— Ryan Speaker (@ryanspeaker) July 6, 2018
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Shortcuts is a *huge* deal. Up there near the App Store in level of importance for the platform. https://t.co/PKQ7pALi2f

— Michael Rockwell (@mdrockwell) July 6, 2018
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Ah, that's because AnyObject lookup adds a level of optional-ness—the type is really UILabel?!, and the outer ! used to implicitly unwrap in the `if let`, but not anymore

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 6, 2018
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Compared to the PCs of the day PowerPC Macs running Mac OS 9 were inferior in almost every way except design, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. https://t.co/TX24mkOdBj

— Egg Freckles (@EggFreckles) July 6, 2018
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`!` behaves more like an attribute on the variable or argument than a standalone type now. It enables references to the variable to implicitly unwrap if necessary, but any other operation turns immediately into a regular Optional

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 6, 2018
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T! and T? used to have different bridging behavior, where T! would crash on nil and T? would turn it into NSNull. Now T! and T? are the same type, they bridge the same way

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 6, 2018
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Realistically, yes. Shortcuts is gonna replace Automator someday. Think of all this new Siri Shortcuts API that doesn’t work on macOS. That has to be unified eventually. I hope AppleScript comes along for the ride… https://t.co/HpqodZ18us

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) July 6, 2018
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I've only been able to play with the new shortcuts app for a bit but I'm going to double down on what I said on Cortex: this may be one of the best software acquisitions ever. Apple is lucky to have the workflow team on board and smart to have given them such free rein. pic.twitter.com/LhtCSJO7Qd

— CGP Grey (@cgpgrey) July 6, 2018
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You say “always”, but that’s because you’re a relative latecomer. I remember years when Mac hardware was undeniably not the best.

— John Gruber (@gruber) July 6, 2018
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LOL...good point :-) What's funny is that Swift is doing the opposite: hiding flexible, loosely coupled interfaces inside brittle static ones. So you get the worst of both worlds, at least when it comes to performance and API stability. 👍

— Marcel Weiher 🇪🇺 (@mpweiher) July 6, 2018
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Shortcuts Beta: https://t.co/R95kCXdVAj #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 6, 2018
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Twitterrific Braces for API Shutdown: https://t.co/22NtLN6P3h #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 6, 2018
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Panel Discussion on Moving to Subscriptions: https://t.co/aQVrun5LQg #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 6, 2018
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Be File System Retrospective: https://t.co/gnutO85jty #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 6, 2018
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No-commitment iPhone 3G (8GB) in 2009: $499.

Even then analysts started claiming it was unsustainable since hardware would become commoditized, eventually to $99 and under.

A decade later, the new iPhone X will be TWICE the price of iPhone 3G.

(Art & science of pricing.)

— Kontra (@counternotions) July 6, 2018
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Fun fact: When I went to work for @davidkarp at age 24, he was 19, but I didn't learn that for years. (When we'd go out, I just thought he didn't drink.)

It's hard for young people to be taken seriously without everyone always just focusing on how young they are. https://t.co/QcMrtKQdi6

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 6, 2018
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Good job https://t.co/YNZSvRu3Pr pic.twitter.com/dqY4AmSdbE

— Realmac Dan (@dancounsell) July 6, 2018
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Many have interpreted this to mean that I don't value hidden aspects of design and craftsmanship.

I absolutely do. But they're bonuses for me and indulgences for the creators, able to be enjoyed and justified only after compelling functionality and usability are met. https://t.co/gvkyBaLZuY

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 6, 2018
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Typical conversations today:

* MacBook keyboards are broken by design
* Apple cares more about the iPhone than Mac
* The App Store has killed indie software devs
* This would never have happened if Steve was alive

How many of those issues were even on the horizon 15 years ago?

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) July 6, 2018
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