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#228: Oh No, Ovo!

January 30th, 2019 · 96 minutes

Apple and Facebook try to outdo each other in who can have the more terrible week, and Stephen test drives the iPhone XR.

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Links and Show Notes

Steve Troughton-Smith finds iPad evidence!
Apple registers new iPad models in Eurasian database ahead of rumored 10-inch iPad and iPad mini 5 - 9to5Mac
iPod touch - Apple
Buy iPod touch - Apple
Upgrade #230: The General Drift of Sentiment - Relay FM
Johny Srouji Reportedly Staying at Apple, Not in the Running for Intel CEO - MacRumors
Red Rising – Amazon
Pierce Brown – Amazon
Connected #24: A Whole Website in the Palm of Your Hand - Relay FM
Nilay's iPad Images
Apple Music takes flight on American Airlines - Apple
Our 'airplane guy' meme tweets
Major FaceTime Bug Allows Any Caller Access to Your iPhone’s Microphone Feed, Potentially Your Camera – MacStories
Apple Was Apparently Notified About Major FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug Over a Week Ago [Updated] - MacRumors
Major macOS High Sierra Bug Allows Full Admin Access Without Password - How to Fix [Updated] - MacRumors
Apple Hit With Lawsuit Over FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug - MacRumors
Apple was warned about alarming FaceTime eavesdropping bug last week - The Verge
Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them | TechCrunch
Apple blocks Facebook from running its internal iOS apps - The Verge
Apple says it’s banning Facebook’s research app that collects users’ personal information - Recode
Facebook employees 'angry' after Apple blocks its internal iOS apps - Business Insider
Google’s also peddling a data collector through Apple’s back door | TechCrunch
Apple Revokes Development Credentials for Facebook Apps - Bloomberg
Download - Relay FM
A Review of the iPhone XR: I’ve Made a Huge Mistake – 512 Pixels
The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 241, With Special Guest Joanna Stern
Shop – RhinoShield by Evolutive Labs