This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the By Innovation Only September event, Fraser Speirs joins to talk about Chromebooks for schools, and Apple saves the Amazon.
- By Innovation Only - the invites to the September 10th event have gone out. Are you getting a new iPhone?
- Fraser Speirs, head teacher of Cedars School of Excellence talks about the 1:1 iPad program they ran for ten years, and why they're switching to Chromebook
- Apple releases iOS 13.1 beta before releasing 13.0 publicly. This is weird. We're through the looking glass, people.
- Glasgow schools are rolling out a huge 52,000 iPads program
- Apple is working on improving Siri's privacy protections and opt-out options.
- Apple is putting up cash to help save the Amazon rainforests from fire destruction.
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- Apple's 'By Innovation Only' new iPhone event is on Sept. 10
- Cedars School of Excellence
- Apple makes iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1 developer betas available for testing
- Scottish city providing 52,000 iPads to students and teachers
- Apple announces plans to improve Siri's privacy protections for users
- Apple to donate to Amazon rainforest preservation and restoration efforts
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