AppleInsider podcast talks iPad Pro, iPhone SE, True Tone display and more

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This week on the Appleinsider podcast, Victor and Shane discuss the iPad Pro, iPhone SE, Apple's servers, the embedded Apple SIM, and the FBI's possible use of Cellebrite to crack the San Bernardino iPhone 5c. Andy Somerfield of Serif, makers of Affinity Photo, joins Victor to talk about color management, the iPad Pro's True Tone, and his company's image editing software.

AppleInsider editors Shane Cole and Victor Marks go free form once again, chatting about:

  • iPad Pro
  • iPhone SE, and why it lacks 3D Touch
  • Apple making their own servers
  • The embedded Apple SIM in the new iPad Pro
  • The FBI and Cellebrite
  • Color management
  • True Tone in the iPad Pro
  • Affinity Photo coming to iPad

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