Who Will Speak for the Shrubbery? - Wavelength, iOS 16.4, Apple Pay Later
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Daring Fireball: Wavelength. Apple releases iOS 16.4 with new emoji, Safari web push notifications, beta changes, voice isolation for calls and more. Mark Gurman on Twitter: "When Apple set out to develop iOS 17, the initial thinking was to call it a tuneup release..." Cabel Sasser's blog: "Apple passwords deserve an app". Tim Cook praises Apple's 'symbiotic' relationship with China. China urges Apple to strengthen data security. Apple Pay Later is finally launching. At Apple, rare dissent over a new product: Interactive Goggles. Apple is threatening to take action against staff who aren't coming into the office 3 days a week, report says. Apple acquired a startup using AI to compress videos. Apple to spend $1 billion annually on movies, aiming for major theatrical releases. Picks of the Week  Jason's Pick: Whisper Transcription by Jordi Bruin Alex's Pick: Sony FX30 Andy's Pick: COB Mini LED light Leo's Pick: Infinite Mac Hosts: Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay, Andy Ihnatko, and Jason Snell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/macbreak-weekly. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit
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