After accepting the new email app “Hey” into the App Store, Apple is now denying updates unless the developer adds an in-app subscription. Zoom backtracks and gives all users end-to-end encryption, leaked iMac icon found in an unreleased version of iOS 14, and our hosts list their feature wishlist for the next version of iPadOS.
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Links from the Show
- Apple pressures email app 'Hey' to integrate in-app purchase option [u]
- Walt Mossberg comments on Hey email situation
- Zoom backtracks, says end-to-end encryption will be able to all users
- Apple in-store Mac trade-in program officially launches in U.S., Canada
- Icon of rumored iMac redesign revealed in iOS 14 | Appleinsider
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- LaunchCuts for iOS
- Keyboard shortcuts could replicate function keys in upcoming iPadOS update
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