As late as ever, sorry! Simon and Nick get together to talk about WWDC23…
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Recorded 11th June 2023
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On this week’s show
- Spligosh in the Slack
- Sutton Park Circuit church worship on YouTube
- Nick’s church stream videos on You Tube
- 15”MacBook Air
- 15.3 inch
- Six speakers
- 18 hours battery
- $1299, 13“ down to $1099
- Mac Studio
- M2 Max 50% faster
- M2 Ultra, 20%/30%/40% faster CPU/GPU/Neural 192GB – upto six displays
- Mac Pro
- M2 Ultra 3x faster
- 7x Afterburner equivalent
- 6x PCI expansion
- iOS 17
- Phone FaceTime and messages improvements
- Contact posters
- Will work with VOIP
- Live voicemail transcriptions on device
- Video voicemail messages
- Check in on messages
- Name Drop works with phone and watch
- Works with Airdrop and PhotosAlso works with SharePlay
- Better autocorrect with inline suggestion
- Better dictation
- Uses the ML – Ssuggestions API to integrate 3rd party apps
- Standby – Nightstand type mode, customisable with widgets
- Siri drops “Hey” and adds run on support
- iPadOS 17
- Interactive Widgets
- Peronalised Lock Screen with widgets
- Live activities and multiple timers
- Health app
- Better PDF and Freeform
- MacOS Sonoma
- New wallpapers and lock screens
- Desktop widgets with fade back. Includes iPhone widgets
- Game mode prioritizes game code, reduced latency with 2x BT sampling for controllers
- Demo – Death Stranding Directors cut
- Presenter on screen and effects for FaceTime and 3rd party apps
- Safari – Blocks trackers and more – New Profiles mode (focus for Safari)
- Secure sharing of passwords/passkeys
- Create webapps
- Adaptive audio blends transparency with noise cancellation
- AirPods Pro conversation mode detects you speaking
- Airplay enhancements
- Airplay in hotels
- SharePlay for CarPlay
- New control centre
- FaceTime for AppleTV using continuity camera
- API for 3rd party apps coming to AppleTV
- WatchOS 10
- Scrollable widgets
- New design language and a bigger focus on the crown
- Cycling improved with tools for 3rd party tools to link to iPhone for display
- New compass and waypoint features
- Better maps for hikers/cyclists – contours and safety improvements
- New developer features for training apps
- Mental health – state of mind in mindfulness
- Survey of your mental health with suggestions
- Myopia reduction with sunshine measures and screen distance suggestions
- Apple Vision Pro
- Introduces spatial computing
- Eyes hands voice
- Massive amounts of tech
- The features that didn’t get discussed onstage at WWDC – Six Colors
- These are the macOS Sonoma features that aren’t available to Intel Macs – 9to5Mac
- Apple Releases Tool to Help Developers Port Windows Games to Mac – MacRumors
- 10 awesome new features Apple didn’t talk about at WWDC23 – Cult of Mac
- iOS 17 Lets You Share iCloud Keychain Passwords With Friends and Family – MacRumors
- App Store App Can Now Tell You How Long an App Will Take to Download in iOS 17 – MacRumors
- Apple Acquires AR Headset Firm Mira Behind Mario Kart Ride at Super Nintendo World –MacRumors
- iPadOS 17 adds support for external USB-C webcams and microphones – 9to5Mac
- ‘Ducking hell’ to disappear from Apple autocorrect – BBC
- WWDC 2023 — June 5 Apple on YouTube
- Apple Exec Shows Off Guitar Skills After Solo in WWDC Video – Business Insider
- The Talk Show Live From WWDC 2023 – YouTube
SECURITY & PRIVACY
- Microsoft finds lethal macOS ‘Migraine’ exploit that was bypassing Apple SIP – Windows Central
NEMO’S HARDWARE STORE (1:01:45)
- Catalyst Cases
- Scosche Emergency Jump Starter – PowerUp 600 $100 rrp, Amazon £60 UKP – Apparently not on Amazon.com
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