I know it seems a long time ago now but Simon, Nick and Jim finally get their act and their schedules together to talk about WWDC, the surprise introduction of the M2 MacBook Air and 13“ Pro, and more.
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Recorded 21st June 2022
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On this week’s show
- @spligosh on Twitter very occasionally.
- Sometimes appears on Bart Busschots’ Let’s Talk Apple
- Sutton Park Circuit church worship on YouTube
- Nick’s church stream videos on You Tube
- WWDC – Everything Apple Announced at the WWDC 2022 Keynote in 13 Minutes – MacRumors
- M1 vs. M2 MacBook Pro: Is It Worth the Upgrade? — MacRumors
- Reviewing macOS Ventura beta, iPhone 14 models, and more on the AppleInsider podcast — AppleInsider
- Tiny Apple dual-port USB-C power adapter now ready for purchase — Cult of Mac
- Apple Releases New Build of macOS Monterey 12.4 for M2 Macs Ahead of 13-Inch MacBook Pro Launch — MacRumors
- Compared: M2 vs M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra – AppleInsider
- Calendars by Readdle comes to Mac to help you own your time – Readdle
- TSMC announces 2nm chip production will start by 2025 – AppleInsider
- This European airline just ordered a fleet of airships — CNN
SECURITY & PRIVACY
- How refactoring code in Safari’s WebKit resurrected ‘zombie’ security bug – The Register
- New ‘PacMan’ flaw in Apple Silicon is an echo of Spectre and Meltdown – AppleInsider
WORTH A CHIRP / ESSENTIAL TIPS
- Today I learned you can identify plants and flowers using just your iPhone camera — The Verge
- How to Rotate Multiple Photos at Once on an iPhone — MakeUseOf
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- Pixel Privacy – a fabulous resource full of excellent articles and advice on how to protect yourself online.
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- Simple Login – Email anonymisation and disposable emails for login/registering with
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- Comparitech DNS Leak Test – simple to use and understand VPN leak test.
- Fake Name Generator – so much more than names! Create whole identities (for free) with all the information you could ever need.
- Wire and on the App Stores – free for personal use, open source and end to end encryted messenger and VoIP.
- Pinecast – a fabulous podcast hosting service with costs that start from nothing.
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