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4 juin

@panzer:

(This is a prop for their AR showcase of the internals)

@MattCheetham:

This is a fascinating iOS 13 feature. So it seems like your iPhone will charge to 80%, then finish the last 20% just in time for you to wake up #WWDC19

@jedmund:

This is a computer for movie studios to buy in bulk for employees, not for the independent professional. The independent professional is the demographic that built Apple, but also the one that has been neglected by Apple the most and it seems like that trend will continue.

@Freerunnering:

I’m actually incredibly disappointed that SwiftUI seems to be a new UI framework, not written on top of UIKit.

Declarative UI frameworks are great for simple straight forward UIs that fully their preconceptions. But if you want to violate those they are a massive pain!

@Freerunnering:

If it was built on top of a normal imperative UI framework you could drop down to the real power of a normal framework instead of dancing through hundreds of hoops to make it work.

I’m fearful this will regress iOS UI into more bland plain simple UIs even further than iOS7.

@Carnage4Life:

Impressive for Apple to announce “Sign in with Apple” is mandatory if your app uses Facebook or Google sign-in on the day FTC & DOJ decide to start paying more scrutiny to big tech. [twitter.com]

@nevyn:

Hahaha absolutely fucking not! Thank you iOS 13 for your improved privacy! 💖💖💖

@stroughtonsmith:

We entered WWDC without Apple offering a modular desktop that meets our needs, and we’re leaving WWDC without Apple offering a modular desktop that meets our needs. They clearly don’t have enough developers in their focus group, so the Mac Pro is a major failure in that respect [twitter.com]

@Carnage4Life:

As someone who tried to get Sign in with your Microsoft account to happen during the Windows 8 era, I’m quite familiar with how much of a hurdle it is to provide enough value to sites/apps that they adopt an identity solution.

Apple being able to mandate adoption is the killer.

TIL podcasts in China are a seven-billion-dollar industry, mostly from subscription revenue

I wonder if the ubiquity of mobile micropayments plays a part, making it possible for listeners to pay for individual episodes before deciding to subscribe.

@tim:

“Strong Customer Authentication” rules are like GDPR for ecommerce: huge changes but awareness & industry preparedness is low.

Retailers & payment processors like Amazon, Worldpay & Stripe worry that billions of euros of online sales could disappear

[ft.com]

@Colossal:

Miniature scenes by Slinkachu comment on consumer culture

[thisiscolossal.com]

@louije:

La fabrique d’une intox en France : transformer un fait divers en un conte raciste. [twitter.com]

@matteodallombra:

Using a mouse with the #iPadPro on #iOS13 is a truly transformative experience. The level of customisations is already incredible. This is what you can do with a 5 buttons #logitech mouse /cc @viticci @stroughtonsmith

@CaseyExplosion:

If Batman was real, he’d probably be exactly like Elon Musk.

Bruce Wayne would throw an online tantrum where he calls Commissioner Gordon a pedophile because he didn’t ok his plan to rescue the mayor in an armored bat suit, and Wayne Enterprises would lose stock value overnight.

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