Golfing With the Blue Jays
Episode 218 · October 27th, 2018 · 1 hr 3 mins
About this Episode
We follow up on not using Facebook for logins and Apple and AWS request the Bloomberg retract the Chinese Spy Chip story. Apple is working on a patch for the #Beautygate — where the iPhone XS is over beautifying portrait photos. We revisit Swift & Objective-C usage. The October 30th event will apparently introduce 2 new iPad Pros, iPad Mini, two iMacs and possibly a new MacBook. IBM open sources their [email protected] configuration. Tim Cook calls for strong US Privacy legislation. We touch on the upcoming 5G mobile service. Picks: Xcode 10 patches to Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering, Hawkeye Access.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
- Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Sites - The New York Times
- amber mac (@ambermac) | Twitter
- Daring Fireball: Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Calling for Bloomberg to Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story
- Daring Fireball: AWS CEO Andy Jassy: 'Bloomberg Should Retract'
- Apple Is Fixing at Least One Big Problem With the iPhone XS and XR
- Swift in 2018 - The State of Developer Ecosystem by JetBrains
- Apple reportedly targeting 2019 for iPad Mini update and AirPower launch - The Verge
- IBM open sources [email protected] code - 9to5Mac
- Tim Cook calls for strong US privacy law, rips “data-industrial complex” | Ars Technica
- Apple might launch four new Macs next week at its October 30th event – BGR
- Overview | Jamf Nation User Conference 2018 | Jamf
- AT&T's mobile 5G network to launch in 'next few weeks'
- "In less than a week, v3 of the Advanced Apple Debugging book will be released! https://t.co/5Y2hD3T2IA"
- "Hawkeye Access lets you control your iOS device using your eyes. Browse any website, hands-free, all through eye movements. Available now on the App Store! https://t.co/GGq4Xs9BMR… https://t.co/Omqjq0JxVL"
- Mineral rights - Wikipedia
- Mobile World Congress - Wikipedia — Mobile World Congress
- Ray Wenderlich Store | Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse
- CDMA vs. GSM - What's the Difference?