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We get an iOS shortcut for bypassing paywalls in #askMTJC. We follow up with a deep dive into poor iPhone XR adoption figures, Google+ has potentially exposed data from 52M users, Infinity Blade games removed from the App Store, Apple appeals to China's iPhone ban, and Samsung removes the headphone jack. We take a look at some Swift tricks that you may not know about. Swift 5.0 wants us to try some nice breaking changes. You can record ARKit sessions in order to debug. It's apparently really easy to add a second display to an iOS app. Picks: A look at the Original 1984 Macintosh User Manual, Swift Docker image hosted by Apple.
- Mike Hendley on Twitter: "Also #askmtjc this Shortcut will bypass some paywalls https://t.co/pquEpEEYI8"
- iPhone XS & XR adoption significantly lower than last year's models, data shows - 9to5Mac
- iOS Version Stats - David Smith, Independent iOS Developer
- Google+ bug exposes non-public profile data for 52 million users | Ars Technica
- Epic removes all Infinity Blade games from the App Store - The Verge
- Apple files appeal to overturn iPhone sales ban in China
- Qualcomm/Apple battle escalates in China - Six Colors
- Samsung Kills Headphone Jack in Latest Smartphone After Years of Mocking Apple - MacRumors
- A few Swift tricks that you might not know – Mike Pesate – Medium
- Swift 5.0 is changing optional try – Hacking with Swift
- Recording ARKit Sessions | Itty Bitty Apps Blog
- Adding External Display Support To Your iOS App Is Ridiculously Easy
- HyperDrive: World's 1st USB-C Hub for iPad Pro 2018 by HYPER by Sanho Corporation — Kickstarter
- Thoughts on (and pics of) the original Macintosh User Manual – peterme.com
- apple/swift-docker: Docker Official Image packaging for Swift
- Introducing the IBM Swift Sandbox - Swift@IBM
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