AppleInsider podcast talks road to 'iPhone 8' production, Lightning vs USB-C, and Microsoft

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This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor talk about the things that happen on the road to 'iPhone 8' production, Neil's thoughts on USB-C on iOS devices, Microsoft and more.

AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes and Victor Marks discuss:

  • 'iPhone 8' rendering pops up, based on CAD files allegedly used for construction
  • TSMC starts production of 10nm 'A11' chips for Apple's 'iPhone 8'
  • LG Innotek reportedly supplying facial recognition cameras for Apple's 'iPhone 8'
  • Apple becomes first US firm to cross $800B market cap threshold
  • Major apps abandoning Apple Watch, including Google Maps, Amazon & eBay
  • Why Apple is expected to stick with Lightning over USB-C in the new 'iPhone 8'
  • Microsoft launches finished Visual Studio for Mac with support for all Apple platforms
  • Apple to release iTunes on Windows Store, ensuring compatibility with Windows 10 S
  • New Sonnet Echo Express SE III supports three PCI-E cards on Thunderbolt 3 Macs
  • Apple invention details deep Siri integration with Messages
  • Search for seemingly anything in Photos for iOS and Mac thanks to Apple's object recognition

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