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It’s easy to explain why they won’t license W1. The magic is in the W1, not the paired device. If they licensed W1, they would no longer be a platform advantage for iOS.

— John Gruber (@gruber) May 31, 2018
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Oh neat, someone recreated @panic’s Status Board for the terminal: https://t.co/eTGIqGhKmB

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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With AirPlay 2 finally released its worth reminding people that Beats had a multi-room Sonos competitor ready to go when Apple bought them. Apple killed it immediately, and it’s taken this long to release their own. https://t.co/83Eg54Sxig

— scott (@agilethumbs) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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I honestly feel like they just got distracted with (or from?) Beats etc and don't even really want to continue developing the line or a larger ecosystem. Haven't even shipped a lightning port PowerBeats.

Headphones could be fast fashion - standard apple pace is way too slow.

— ben murphy (@bamurphymac) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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My argument is: if they weren’t going to license W1, it was the wrong thing to remove the port. They should have had a *complete* solution ready, which they could have delivered. They chose not to. https://t.co/gqPaAuhvrk

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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I see thunderbolt connectors now in meeting rooms. with a MBPtb, you can't leverage it because Apple decided to move to the next thing at the time thunderbolt started to be used.

And when USB-C is mainstream, your shiny MBPtb will be outdated and you got no benefit at all.

— Damien Petrilli (@DamienPetrilli) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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I completely disagree with this view. I know it inside and out because I have tweeted all the same data in the past.

Techies especially know that non-W1 Bluetooth is a mediocre-to-shit experience. Apple shouldn’t be OK knowing so many of their customers have a shit experience. https://t.co/yaf7OEv7Ao

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Some are always defending Apple about dropping "old" technology.

But things like adopting new technology all the time makes your hardware less valuable as you are always the minority debugging new hardware and never ripping of the benefits of mature technology.

— Damien Petrilli (@DamienPetrilli) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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I’ve been wanting the same thing, but Sennheiser headphones with W1 chips in them. Either Apple refused to license the technology, or no other headphone manufacturer wanted to pay the license.

— Dan Studnicky (@danstudnicky) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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The right thing here would have been to keep the headphone port active until Bluetooth actually gets as good as W1, or give the wireless side of W1 away to third parties. To those who say Apple had no reason to do that: you have *definitely* lost the plot.

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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How headphones are a different beast from my perspective:

There was a standard that everybody used for decades. Apple came along and said: Bluetooth is the future, but we’re only going to give the good Bluetooth experience to our true believers.

It wasn’t the *right* thing. https://t.co/dshVYWfjII

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Dropping all the 32bit support is going be a nightmare, so many things will break, especially given how many apps have gone into semi permanent maintenance mode in recent years. If Apple wants to shore up macOS this would be the worst way of doing it.

— Rory Prior (@roryprior) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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“Why should Apple give up proprietary advantages?”

They shouldn’t. But when you’re replacing a standard, you should replace it with another standard. Not use it as an opp to have the exclusive on a good headphones experience on your platform.

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Have I mentioned how much I continue to hate the way Apple handled W1? Because I definitely continue to hate the way Apple handled W1.

Should have been tech licensed out to third parties.

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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"The company has been working on a project that would let iOS apps run on Macs, which executives could discuss as early as this year" this sounds distinctly different from a unified UI framework 🤔 https://t.co/9X4ttNxOcQ

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Oh, wow, it's because it's matching hostname in the https://t.co/r4efhxSBJa sense, in which reg-name's can be a huge host of things that aren't valid DNS lookup hostnames.

— Michael Langford (@mj_langford) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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How the hell does URLHostAllowedCharacterSet contain "!" and "*"?!?

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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I wish there'd be a Mac online backup app that uses a separate baseline, e.g. the current macOS system and/or a local disk clone (that I'm then securing elsewhere), and back up only everything that's different from that.

— Thomas Tempelmann (@tempelorg) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Potentially unpopular opinion: I think the macOS Finder is far better in almost every way than Windows Explorer for managing files. I could write about this at length, but I don’t know if I want to become primarily an Android *and* Windows blogger 😜

— Matt Birchler (@mattbirchler) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Basecamp was sold at well below $99 ARPU for a good 15 years. We built a pretty nice business on that. Now we do charge $99, but that was more because we wanted fewer customers (such that we didn’t have to grow headcount) 🤷‍♂️ https://t.co/SiK4HJYmwv

— DHH (@dhh) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Yes, it looks like Apple has expanded the data available for download. I’m working on updating the post.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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My very simple OmniFocus home screen. I love being able to change custom perspective colors, but I’d love to be able to add a number like the inbox. “No Due Date” would benefit greatly from this for me. @OmniGroup 😊

Now to get all my tasks back in here. pic.twitter.com/GCvGRabfGl

— Matt Birchler (@mattbirchler) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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The cameras on MacBooks are so bad it’s like… why.

— Jessie (@jessiechar) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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What is weird is that it is NOT mentioned specifically but lumped together in that giant Other category. I would have expected that your HEALTH data would figure prominently in the list of available data, not be hidden under «other»

— Olivier Roux (@otolithe) May 31, 2018
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may 2018
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Every app suite has to reinvent the OpenDoc wheel. In 2004 Final Cut Pro we implemented a QuickTime media handler to let FCP import Motion, LiveTyoe, and Soundtrack projects with live updates. But it was a fragile hack. The foundation belongs in the OS.

— 𝙳𝚊𝚟𝚎 𝙷𝚘𝚠𝚎𝚕𝚕 (@DSHowell) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Gurman is doubling down on his claim that Apple will released a unified system for iOS and macOS apps. Gruber had shot this down with no uncertain terms, so this will be the most interesting thing to watch for during the keynote.

— scott (@agilethumbs) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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The answer:
1) Apple II File Management Utility, on disk known as FID, which stood for “Fishhead In Disguise”
2) What everyone got: the meaningless acronym BHA that replaced code name Carl Sagan
3) A/ROSE, which referred to “A/ROSE by any other name would still be Mr. DOS”

— Chris Espinosa (@cdespinosa) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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It's not so much 'slowing down' as being honest with achievable timeframes. Heck maybe Apple could ship /faster/ if everything wasn't constantly collapsing in on itself 😂 https://t.co/VatgFvIZ4s

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Acknowledging that Apple's software releases can't be rushed to market for every September is hopefully the biggest internal change at Apple this year (as per https://t.co/j0IT96iyK4). Things take time, they should ship when they're ready. High Sierra was not ready

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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How come that iOS still doesn’t support bindings in interface builder? https://t.co/PbLvDOGlss

— Ilja A. Iwas (@iljawascoding) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Lately I look at complex iOS apps and think „is this really better than what we had on the mac, is this really a step forward?“ and I don’t think it is. It’s just unlabeled „buttons“ all over the place 😕

— Sandro Pennisi (@sandropennisi) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Yikes, the new version of OmniFocus for iOS looks really busy and confusing. There’s like 15 unlabeled similar-looking icons strewn about. Maybe it’s just me but I can’t quite understand it. Needs better visual hierarchy, right? pic.twitter.com/t1qhq6foMP

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Apple Launches new Music Publishing Division that will also Include a sub-division to Develop Songwriters https://t.co/bHTKbSLUHM pic.twitter.com/PIPlbEO91T

— Patently Apple (@PatentlyApple) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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With the security update "details available soon" still, and macOS 10.13.6 beta already out, you'd have to surmise that they intended to release 10.13.5 yesterday too but found a last second issue.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Actually, if you make a folder called 'AppleInternal' in the root of your hard drive, Messages in iCloud just shows up in 10.13.4 🙃 (though I don't recommend this, and 10.13.5 will be out in like days anyway) https://t.co/W44UbikAsW

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Now that iMessage in iCloud is here, it's become essential to remap my 'Delete Conversation' menu item in macOS as it's way too easy to accidentally ⌘-delete and watch an important or sentimental thread be wiped from all your devices. Hopefully won't accidentally trigger now… pic.twitter.com/8H1oHHrsxp

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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"Apple has been blocking Telegram from updating its iOS app globally since mid-April."https://t.co/oSLB9CifKz

— Thomas (@tclementdev) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Implementing free trials, upgrade discounts, and free upgrades for recent purchases for all our iOS apps was a whole lot of work—but on days like today (OmniFocus 3 release day) it's nice to see that effort pay dividends in customer satisfaction.https://t.co/xoG5eRYGpI

— Ken Case (@kcase) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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ProjectorHub: Code, Collaborate, Share#WWDC18 https://t.co/jwumdWYUni

— Rich Siegel (@siegel) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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I love when things work. Copied an image to my iPhone’s pasteboard, opened Preview on my Mac and hit ⌘N which correctly grabbed the image via Continuity, cropped it, and pasted the results into Tweetbot without even writing an intermediate file to disk.

— Jeff Nadeau 🌊 (@jnadeau) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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And now, a year after HomePod was announced, I've finally realized why it's shape looked to me so familiar - totally the same shape that appears from a particles cloud in the setup animation of Apple Watch which I've seen a dozen of times on test devices pic.twitter.com/X4UUa74CAl

— Anatoly Rosencrantz (@Abjurato) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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When a device supports Airplay 2 you get a little checkbox next to it in the route picker. Fun fact you can play to both Apple TV and HomePod at the same time now: pic.twitter.com/T0sLbtK9ZL

— Russell Ivanovic (@rustyshelf) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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AirPlay 2 initial tests:
- It seems that if you turn off Trim Silence and Volume Boost Pocket Casts uses Airplay 2 automatically under iOS 11.4 (playing on HomePod running 11.4). It play and pauses instantly, rather than a 2s delay
- Turn them on and you get Airplay 1

— Russell Ivanovic (@rustyshelf) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Google Slides + Sheets has a decent implementation!

— Benny Wijatno (@bennywij) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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It’s 2018. I still can’t paste a shared spreadsheet into a presentation and have the slide change when somebody updates the numbers. #OLEvsOpenDoc

— Chris Espinosa (@cdespinosa) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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Reliable Core Data Syncing Using iCloud#WWDC18

— Rich Siegel (@siegel) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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AOCE and libdispatch: Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together#WWDC18

— Rich Siegel (@siegel) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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You know this app is good when they take half the screen to tell you “actually less than 1% of our users are insane racists even though it seems like way way more” pic.twitter.com/BqIoPBE4wf

— Ben 'Ben Pack' Pack (@PackBenPack) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Stuff I’d love to see at #WWDC: (all guesses; no insider info here)
• A new Cinema Display
• Lots of Xcode improvements, especially code gen from xibs and SPM integration
• iOS parental controls
• Something awesome with @buddybuild
• CloudKit code-on-the-server
• Marzipan

— Dave DeLong (@davedelong) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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I’m really impressed with the lack of leaks before WWDC so far.

For the first time in a long time, I have *no clue* what’s going to be announced and it is GREAT 🙏

— Dave DeLong (@davedelong) May 30, 2018
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may 2018
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It’s nice having two apps that dovetail each other. And the cross pollination is great as well. Acorn has Metal support because I started it in Retrobatch first. Retrobatch has various filters and wide gamut support, because of all the work I’d previously done in Acorn.

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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I put my iPhone in grayscale mode to see how it affects my desire to distract myself with it (and whether it's still usable!). It's fascinating to see which user interfaces depend entirely on color to convey meaning.

— Pamela Fox (@pamelafox) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Don't ever change, Mac App Store. pic.twitter.com/oJYkny8NrW

— Luc Vandal (@lucvandal) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Tip for OmniFocus 3 (iOS): In most views, if you have a hardware keyboard attached you can press the down arrow key to select the first item (even if you don't have anything selected), then use the arrow keys to keep moving through your items.

— Ken Case (@kcase) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Here’s another fun wish list item for Xcode: 99 times out of 100, when I override a function, I want to call super. So why not add that by default? I’d rather erase it the 1 time out of 100 than have to type it in manually the other 99.

— jcieplinski (@jcieplinski) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Well that’s confusing, is this on device or in iCloud? pic.twitter.com/mlWT5OM8o9

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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The iPad’s Fatehttps://t.co/gSY6xRI0FL@benbajarin explores how consumers are mostly using iPads/tablets for media consumption and entertainment and what that says about the category going forward.

— Tech.pinions Think.tank (@TPThinkTank) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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In case you were wondering, Xcode 9.4 includes Swift 4.1.2, not Swift 4.2.

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Advanced NSCell for iOS#WWDC18 (h/t @auibrian)

— Dave DeLong (@davedelong) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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We’re going to reveal that the new build system in Xcode is just jam again

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Nobody cares because they don’t understand the consequences of it and are likely under the assumption that “their” data is more secure now, which is the complete opposite of the truth. Your data is now mandated to be available to anyone capable of convincing sites they’re you.

— scott (@agilethumbs) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Seriously, that protocols based development session at WWDC a few years back was really interesting and thoughtful, but was also really damaging with people taking that as "classes are deprecated." Again, a single pattern is not the most optimal solution everywhere.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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OMG finally pic.twitter.com/AwNS9GisdT

— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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AirPlay 1 worked really well ten years ago but slowly degraded. I’m happy if they can get the stability back for 2018 networking conditions. The world changed while AirPlay didn’t.

— Anders Borum (@palmin) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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There it is, AirPlay 2 announced with iOS 11 will be released today, 6 days before iOS 12.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Does anyone have any suggestions for replacement iOS apps for @mailtoself? (Apps which quickly email you a copy of the current content via share sheet)

It shut down because of GDPR, which really sucks.

(Don't say @WorkflowHQ—it requires  Mail app.)https://t.co/Riou741AzW

— Eli Schiff (@eli_schiff) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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The freedom of offering re-trials on major releases. Bought with just a few months of engineering work 🤨

But still: 👍 https://t.co/vgVIFbfPip

— Max Seelemann (@macguru17) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Yep, just got back from vacation. Thanks for your concern.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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This is still a thing on macOS, I guess pic.twitter.com/efiOce9oiL

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Technically the most recent Mac uses iBoot in place of pure EFI, so not sure how much weight I'd put in EFI on a prototype device being indicative of anything. Especially future Macs. Especially ARM-based future Macs. https://t.co/kPCYTrNF1G

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Initializer-based DI Swift pain pic.twitter.com/Pq9XfRWi0S

— Luis Recuenco (@luisrecuenco) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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As long as it’s not macOS 10.14 Death Valley, I’m ok with any name.

— Matthias Gansrigler (@eternalstorms) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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For me it's worth it, when I switch branches there's a high probability that I also need to delete DerivedData...

— Daniel Martín (@dmartincy) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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Small strings are no more than 32 bits (and I think some of that might be a count). Unmanaged strings are usually string literals embedded in your code, or otherwise backed by memory we know will last forever. If it’s not in one of those categories, it’ll usually be strong.

— Brent Royal-Gordon 🗽 (@brentdax) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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🙄 pic.twitter.com/RDWy7dOb2B

— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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One of the more interesting stories to watch over the next few years will be how fast Google can catch up in the chip space and how much Manu Gulati's departure effects Apple. https://t.co/s41uF6Ae9y

— scott (@agilethumbs) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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BridgeObject is basically a type that means “AnyObject, but possibly a tagged pointer”. There’s a couple bits at the top of the pointer saying whether it’s a Swift object, an Obj-C object, or a tagged pointer value, and retain/release will act based on those bits.

— Brent Royal-Gordon 🗽 (@brentdax) May 29, 2018
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may 2018
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And the other thing is Swift already supports dynamic features, so no one is asking for anything the language cannot flat out so. It’s just that the community wants those treated as legacy.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 28, 2018
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may 2018
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I guess my question is why couldn’t Swift operate in both dynamic and static typing situations, and the answer seems to be... well... non-existent. Besides people not wanting their precious Swift to be usable for dynamic development.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 28, 2018
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may 2018
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UI is always kind of dynamic. That's the nature of the beast. I haven't seen the community get much further than "Apple will figure it out" when confronted with a bunch of problems with UI and Swift, especially once you get beyond UIKit and onto the Mac.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 28, 2018
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may 2018
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Maybe not since Copland?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 29, 2018
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