This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, the Apple Watch sales now easily exceed those of every single Swiss watch company just as Jony Ive predicted years ago. Plus discussion about Apple's new OS betas, and how one health company is trying to stop Apple's plans over patient records.
- Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch business in 2019.
- Surely you should own your health records — and they should be available to all of your doctors. Apple supports a government proposal for this, but Epic Systems and 60 hospitals are opposed.
- Apple releases first betas for macOS 10.15.4, iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, tvOS 13.4, watchOS 6.2. Alongside bug fixes, they've also improved keyboard access.
- The FBI still hasn't unlocked the Pensacola shooter's iPhone.
- WhatsApp had vulnerabilities in it that allowed anyone to read your files
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- Apple releases first betas for macOS 10.15.4, iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, tvOS 13.4, watchOS 6.2
- Health records firm Epic, some 60 client hospitals urge against data sharing rules supported by Apple
- Apple Watch outsold all of the Swiss watch industry by sales volume in 2019
- FBI Pensacola investigation still hasn't accessed shooter's iPhone
- WhatsApp client flaw allows hackers to read files stored on any device
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