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#204: Tennessee Can’t Get Me

August 8th, 2018 · 92 minutes

Stephen and Myke kick off iPhone and iPad rumor season, then talk through some recent app news and Apple’s cancellation of the App Store Affiliate Program.

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Links and Show Notes

Icon found in iOS 12 shows iPad with thin bezels, no Home button or notch | 9to5Mac
AppStories Episode 73: Show Me Your Mac Menu Bar Apps
Episode 73: Show Me Your Mac Menu Bar Apps – AppStories
Canvas #65: Hands-On with the Shortcuts App - Relay FM
The 2019 iPhone X Models! - MKBHD - YouTube
Dual-SIM Dual Standby Feature May Be Limited to Version of 6.1-Inch iPhone Available Only in China - Mac Rumors
iOS 12 beta 5 hints at rounded corners for this year’s iPad Pro | 9to5Mac
Guilherme Rambo on Twitter: Payment Glyphs
Instapaper Relaunches Premium Service as a Paid Subscription and Returns to the EU – MacStories
The next ten years of Instapaper - Instapaper Blog
Podcast player Castro adds sideloading and pre-selected chapter skips - Six Colors
Skype 7 gets a reprieve - Six Colors
Goodbye, Newton – Paper Planes
Twitter API change strikes next week, Tweetbot and Twitterrific affected | 9to5Mac
Push Nope-ifications • The Breakroom
Connected #193: They Belong to the World Now - Relay FM
Apple Announces Apps and In-App Purchases Will Be Removed from its Affiliate Program October 1st – MacStories
Apple Removing iOS and Mac Apps from Affiliate Program – 512 Pixels
Apple Kills the App Store Affiliate Program, and I Have No Idea What We Are Going to Do. – TouchArcade
Apple’s Termination of App Store Affiliate Payments Is Unnecessary, Mean-Spirited, and Harmful - TidBITS
‎Blink Affiliate Links on the App Store
Apple’s Affiliate Program and The Sweet Setup – The Sweet Setup
‎Blink Affiliate Links on the App Store