Essential Apple Podcast 74: Essential Pocket Apple Sized Podcast?
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Recorded 4th February 2018 This week Apple quietly emasculated macOS Server, removed Telegram from the App Store for a little bit and, allegedly, pushed back some new iOS features to focus more on reliability and performance. Meanwhile Open Source turned 20 years old, a Florida man gets a mind controlled robotic prosthetic arm and British MP Matt Hancock, Digital Secretary, has a social app that is a privacy horror. To discuss all that and more Mark and I are joined by Scott Willsey of the Don’t Nihongo it Alone podcast, the Not Speeding in Reverse Podast and the recently revived Pocket Sized Podcast. On this week’s show: APPLE Apparently HomePod should work with iCloud music library even without Apple Music service – 9to5 Mac Apple whispers farewell to macOS Server – The Register iPhone ‘Super Cycle’ Pronounced Dead – Bloomberg Telegram removed from Apple’s App Store due to ‘inappropriate content’ – The Verge it’s back again now by the way… TECHNOLOGY Open source turns 20 years old, looks to attract normal…