Apple defends privacy stance & FBI wants iPhones unlocked on the AppleInsider Podcast
Victor and William discuss Apple's rising sales in China, the FBI's renewed pressure on encryption backdoors, and Samsung's innovative icon design practice.
- Apple sees double-digit iPhone sales growth in China, and that's especially positive considering how the rest of the market declined.
- 'Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet' creator Rob McElhenney praises Apple's contributions to creative process for his Apple TV+ show
- Apple returns to CES for the first time in forever, as Jane Horvath, Apple's Senior Director of Global Privacy, takes part in a security panel
- The FBI wants Apple to unlock two iPhones. It feels like 2016 and the San Bernardino case all over again.
- Intel has confirmed that Thunderbolt 4 is coming, and will be backwards compatible with Thunderbolt 3.
- The first renders of an "iPhone SE 2" have shown up but do they confirm what we know or are they just based on those existing rumors?
- Samsung is using a very familiar face for a facial recognition icon. Where have we seen it before?
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- Apple sees double-digit iPhone sales growth in China
- 'Mythic Quest' creator Rob McElhenney lauds Apple contributions to creative process
- Apple privacy exec lauds company initiatives, defends stance on encryption
- FBI again asks Apple to unlock iPhones belonging to suspected shooter
- Intel confirms Thunderbolt 4 on way with four-times USB 3 speed
- Rumored 'iPhone SE 2' shown off in new renders and video
- Samsung's designers copying Apple again in Samsung Pass icons
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