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Could see this one coming. IBM is winding down support for Kitura and server-side Swift. Was excited about this prospect, & the momentum — great people behind in too — but Apple never really supported open frameworks like they needed to for Swift on Linux https://t.co/VT5h8C7lNX

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) December 17, 2019
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december 2019 by mjtsai
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Dove into Instruments to profile Snapchat and some other apps, and the GPU was riding over 100% and peaking at 350% while rendering a sticker on iOS 13. Then Instruments kernel paniced my machine. This company is literally building a self driving car right now. We dead pic.twitter.com/fTYQXnIvK8

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) December 6, 2019
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december 2019 by mjtsai
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iOS 13 has been a hell of a mess. Has anyone written a deep-dive into what is happening behind the scenes? Which APIs are the culprit? It's very aggressive against backgrounding, seems to be throttling RAM & disk, and might have GCD threading bugs. Snap is hit hard, but not alone pic.twitter.com/SVOqZdkuE4

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) December 6, 2019
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december 2019 by mjtsai
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Apps Exposed has circled in on and identified an entire industry of App Store Subscription schemes that use similar faux-apps with an extensive ability to rehash their appearance and brand to scatter shot and maximize revenues under dozens of umbrellas. https://t.co/wFxxeKnuKr

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) September 27, 2019
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september 2019 by mjtsai
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I think this is only true because of the CPU prioritization and higher memory allocation for Apple's default keyboard. Apple really needs to improve the extension ecosystem — it's really holding iOS back. https://t.co/u0z7m5KD22

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) September 21, 2019
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september 2019 by mjtsai
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This is trash. The us vs them is just gross and disingenuous. Project Zero is doing all of us a service, and Apple PR should be embarrassed for having written this. https://t.co/3puw73s41h

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) September 6, 2019
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september 2019 by mjtsai
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The mysterious nation behind the iOS exploits was China. The target was Uyghurs. A surveillance state without bounds or parallels. https://t.co/HAXEq7LMbw

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) September 1, 2019
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september 2019 by mjtsai
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It took me an hour to fiddle with Shortcuts and LIFX to get the magic recipes I needed to appear. And the sad part is I’m an iOS engineer that understands the backend & why Apple designed it this way. I can’t imagine average customers succeeding. pic.twitter.com/pkgSgeRFJg

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) January 24, 2019
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january 2019 by mjtsai
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Siri Shortcut Suggestions are pretty rough. Most apps seem to be recording everything to the best of their ability, but Siri Suggestions purges or just doesn’t record them. It’s obvious as to why Apple is doing this — to passively combine voice & UI — but it’s just frustrating.

— Daniel Sinclair (@_DanielSinclair) January 24, 2019
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january 2019 by mjtsai
Daniel Sinclair ⚡️ on Twitter: "@OhMDee I never really understood why repeated iCloud Authentication was necessary — once Passcode is active, the device is guaranteed to be yours."
I never really understood why repeated iCloud Authentication was necessary — once Passcode is active, the device is guaranteed to be yours.

— Daniel Sinclair ⚡️ (@_DanielSinclair) October 10, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai

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