Apple’s U1 chip, 2020 iPhone, iOS 13.1, plus Izotope’s John Wyner on the AppleInsider Podcast
By Lester Victor Marks
Friday, September 27, 2019, 05:45 am PT (08:45 am ET)
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the release of iOS 13, 13.1, and how Amazon and Apple are both working on hyper-local protocols for home automation. Plus Victor interviews John Wyner of Izotope about audio production.
The iPhone 11
- New rumors about the 2020 iPhone and whether its 5G support means it will get a new enclosure design reminiscent of the iPhone 4
- New iOS 13.1 goodness, and speculation about why 13.0 may have been rushed
- William loves Shortcuts, now integrated into iOS. There’s no real discussion here, he’s just saying. A lot.
- Apple’s U1 chip and hyperlocal awareness look highly promising for the future of HomeKit
- Amazon is doing something similar, and this week announced a slew of products
- UN awards Apple for environmental accomplishments
- Facebook is under investigation for being a monopoly.
- John Wyner, a producer for David Bowie and Nirvana records, now of Izotope, talks audio production, and the tools we use to make this show.
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- Kuo: 2020 iPhone will borrow from iPhone 4 metal frame design
- Apple just released iPadOS 13.1 – here’s what features to look for
- Apple looking at big expansion of HomeKit with Ultra Wideband
- Amazon updates Eero, Ring product ranges in wave of announcements
- Apple wins UN Climate Action award for environmental work
- Facebook to face DOJ antitrust investigation, report says