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John Sundell on Twitter: "Associated types can have defaults in Swift - which is super useful for types that are not easily inferred (for example when they're not used for a specific instance method or property) 👍 The code sample comes from my latest b
Associated types can have defaults in Swift - which is super useful for types that are not easily inferred (for example when they're not used for a specific instance method or property) 👍

The code sample comes from my latest blog post: https://t.co/kYGZKUYYbM 😊 pic.twitter.com/FoBmwYqWy9

— John Sundell (@johnsundell) May 17, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
Jan Dawson on Twitter: "Totally agree with @gruber’s piece on 3rd party Twitter clients here: https://t.co/t4l3Gw8BDs I suspect a disproportionate number of what I’ve called “Twitter 1” users use these, and killing them will be damaging https://t.
Totally agree with @gruber’s piece on 3rd party Twitter clients here:https://t.co/t4l3Gw8BDs

I suspect a disproportionate number of what I’ve called “Twitter 1” users use these, and killing them will be damaging https://t.co/as3PWIpmvv pic.twitter.com/cK8RNOJTan

— Jan Dawson (@jandawson) May 17, 2018
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Todd Vaziri on Twitter: "If Apple is going to tout "user-experience" (speed, performance, ease-of-use, etc.), I'd love to see an old-fashioned keynote showdown of the Apple TV vs. a TV's built-in apps at doing the same task, like launching a specific epis
If Apple is going to tout "user-experience" (speed, performance, ease-of-use, etc.), I'd love to see an old-fashioned keynote showdown of the Apple TV vs. a TV's built-in apps at doing the same task, like launching a specific episode of Netflix' "The Crown"...

— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) May 17, 2018
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Todd Vaziri on Twitter: "The next time Apple presents the Apple TV to the public, the most important customer question they need to answer is "Why should I buy an Apple TV when there are built-in apps on my TV?""
The next time Apple presents the Apple TV to the public, the most important customer question they need to answer is "Why should I buy an Apple TV when there are built-in apps on my TV?"

— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) May 17, 2018
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Peter Saathoff-Harshfield on Twitter: "@marcoarment @_DavidSmith Re: Under the radar - I'm a daily VoiceOver user and programmer; super willing to do accessibility testing for anyone and also looking for long-term work in this area, or even contracting fo
@marcoarment @_DavidSmith Re: Under the radar - I'm a daily VoiceOver user and programmer; super willing to do accessibility testing for anyone and also looking for long-term work in this area, or even contracting for specific projects. Trying to get the word out.

— Peter Saathoff-Harshfield (@peter_s_h) May 17, 2018
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isaiah on Twitter: "read to the last line. appstore sustainability is strategic factor for iOS success. admittedly this is my business ignorance showing, but i don’t share @benthompson’s optimism. i firmly believe that a computer platform without a di
read to the last line. appstore sustainability is strategic factor for iOS success.

admittedly this is my business ignorance showing, but i don’t share @benthompson’s optimism.

i firmly believe that a computer platform without a diverse software ecosystem is a dead man walking. https://t.co/atpcPPNFU0

— isaiah (@isaiah) May 17, 2018
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Bob Frank on Twitter: "Have folks been following the Twitter moves w/r/t 3rd party clients? If you are forced to use the Twitter web site or official Twitter App starting this August, will it make a difference to you? will you stay? leave?"
Have folks been following the Twitter moves w/r/t 3rd party clients? If you are forced to use the Twitter web site or official Twitter App starting this August, will it make a difference to you? will you stay? leave?

— Bob Frank (@chicagobob) May 17, 2018
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "US Cell Carriers Are Selling Access to Real-time Phone Location Data: https://t.co/c5tYLavVPW #mjtsaiblog"
US Cell Carriers Are Selling Access to Real-time Phone Location Data: https://t.co/c5tYLavVPW #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 17, 2018
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Benjamin Mayo on Twitter: "It’s well documented that Apple faked the signal bars for the iPhone keynote because the baseband was prone to crashing at the time.… https://t.co/DpbmV8vkff"
It’s well documented that Apple faked the signal bars for the iPhone keynote because the baseband was prone to crashing at the time.

— Benjamin Mayo (@bzamayo) May 17, 2018
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Eric Holthaus on Twitter: "The first peer-reviewed study of bitcoin’s energy consumption confirms our fears: Bitcoin’s energy consumption is growing at 20% *per month* and is effectively erasing decades of progress on renewable energy. https://t.co/Jn
The first peer-reviewed study of bitcoin’s energy consumption confirms our fears:

Bitcoin’s energy consumption is growing at 20% *per month* and is effectively erasing decades of progress on renewable energy.https://t.co/JnYEq3uExi

— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) May 17, 2018
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𝙳𝚊𝚗 𝙲𝚘𝚞𝚗𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚕 on Twitter: "Oh GDPR, so much to answer for. @MailChimp any thoughts on this? https://t.co/Ga04nJ4xxc"
Oh GDPR, so much to answer for. @MailChimp any thoughts on this? https://t.co/Ga04nJ4xxc

— 𝙳𝚊𝚗 𝙲𝚘𝚞𝚗𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚕 (@dancounsell) May 17, 2018
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Meek Geek on Twitter: "And the worst usability stink in the iPhone home screen: Icons must flow from top to bottom. The bottom part of large phones are more reachable. Do the folks at Apple hold their phones correctly? Doesn’t take a genius to realize t
And the worst usability stink in the iPhone home screen: Icons must flow from top to bottom.

The bottom part of large phones are more reachable. Do the folks at Apple hold their phones correctly? Doesn’t take a genius to realize this!

Workarounds exist but are a pain to set up.

— Meek Geek (@meekgeek) May 17, 2018
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Meek Geek on Twitter: "The poor iPad is not spared from home screen neglect. 1. Folders were also stuck with a 3x3 grid for the longest time until Apple mercifully increased it to 4x4 in recent iOS releases 2. A fixed number of icons per page, regardless
The poor iPad is not spared from home screen neglect.

1. Folders were also stuck with a 3x3 grid for the longest time until Apple mercifully increased it to 4x4 in recent iOS releases

2. A fixed number of icons per page, regardless of whether its iPad mini or 12.9″ iPad Pro

— Meek Geek (@meekgeek) May 17, 2018
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Meek Geek on Twitter: "I can only think of one meaningful feature that Apple has added since the 1st iPhone: Folders. Even then, folders got gimped in the great iOS 7 redesign when it was fixed to a 3x3 grid when larger screens could hold more apps per pa
I can only think of one meaningful feature that Apple has added since the 1st iPhone: Folders.

Even then, folders got gimped in the great iOS 7 redesign when it was fixed to a 3x3 grid when larger screens could hold more apps per page.

— Meek Geek (@meekgeek) May 17, 2018
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Ilja A. Iwas on Twitter: "Related to Photos dragging, but probably not compatible with AppStore rules: https://t.co/ztO4y1Lfsm… "
Related to Photos dragging, but probably not compatible with AppStore rules: https://t.co/ztO4y1Lfsm

— Ilja A. Iwas (@iljawascoding) May 17, 2018
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Jeremy W. Sherman on Twitter: "NativeScript iOS Limitations: int64_t, uint64_t outside the [-2^53, 2^53] range Wait, so NSNotFound isn’t representable? https://t.co/XYO9o74AbC"
NativeScript iOS Limitations: int64_t, uint64_t outside the [-2^53, 2^53] range

Wait, so NSNotFound isn’t representable? https://t.co/XYO9o74AbC

— Jeremy W. Sherman (@jeremywsherman) May 17, 2018
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