We did a particular version of the present the place we function your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds. The hot takes are your reactions to Macworld tales and different happenings in the world of Apple. We share what you wrote, and we provide our ideas.
Here’s how as we speak’s present works.
We clarify the topic at hand. If the hot take is a response to the article, we briefly summarize that article. If the take is a response to a current occasion, we clarify what occurred.
We introduce the hot take with the poster’s title and the place it was posted.
We learn the hot take and then wel focus on.
This is episode 659 with Leif Johnson, Roman Loyola, and Michael Simon.
Listen to episode 659
Below are the hot takes mentioned on the present.
Messages and Maps: Two apps we want Apple would port from iOS to Mac
Our first subject and hot take is in response to an article we posted about how Apple ought to port the IOS variations of Maps and Messages to macOS.
Phones and fingerprint sensors
Macworld’s Michael Simon posted some ideas about fingerprint sensors on telephones. This prompted a response from a reader.
In our assessment of Go64, we cowl the way it’s a very good utility for making ready for the 64-bit solely world of macOS Catalina. But some readers are involved about this software program restriction.
From Steve Lee
MacEbook Air: Why didn’t it die?
Macworld contributor Jason Snell wrote a chunk about the current MacEbook shakeup. One Macworld reader thinks an excellent greater shakeup is in the works.
From Sorin Paliga
Jony Ive leaving Apple
What will occur now that Jony Ive has left Apple? One Macworld reader has no worries, as a result of the spirit of Steve Jobs lives on.
From Angelina Marie Battaglia-Myers
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