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At WWDC, the real story was Messages

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In this episode of MashTalk, Lance, Pete and I do a deep dive on WWDC and everything Apple announced.

We start off offering our take on the keynote (0:30) and the tenor of Apple announcements. 

First up is iOS 10 (8:30) and the impact the new changes coming to Messages on the platform. We spend a lot of time on Messages before moving into a discussion on differential privacy (21:25) and whether that can ever offer as good of a predictive experience as services that track you more (Google, Facebook). 

We shift on to talk about the new Home app (29:42) and whether Apple can really make HomeKit a thing. Pete goes on a fun tirade about his propane tank. We have a brief discussion about how you can “delete” pre-installed apps (35:15) and Apple Music (37:00).  Read more…

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