MacBreak Weekly with Leo Laporte

Jun 25th 2024

MacBreak Weekly 927

Algae Wars

EU Regulations, Emulators on iOS, MicroMac

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Category: News

Brussels accuses Apple of breaking EU rules. There may be more indication of Apple's plans for its Vision Pro product lineup. Apple was contemplating partnering with Meta to integrate their AI system into the iPhone. And the Final Cut Camera app is now available on the App Store.

  • Brussels accuses Apple of breaking EU competition rules.
  • Apple won’t roll out AI tech In EU market over regulatory concerns,
  • Apple Vision plans: cheaper model in late 2025, Vision Pro 2 in 2026, AR Glasses.
  • First iPhone game-streaming service brings 1,300 retro classics.
  • Apple says no to PC emulators on iOS.
  • Apple spurned idea of iPhone AI partnership with Meta months ago.
  • Apple sets bold new goals for automating iPhone factories.
  • For Apple’s AI push, China is a missing piece.
  • The world's first Spatial Computing Hack: I finally found a bug that literally fills your room full of bugs.
  • Final Cut Camera for iPhone now available on the App Store.
  • MicroMac, a Macintosh for under £5.
  • How broken are Apple’s Parental Controls? It took 3 years to fix an x-rated loophole.

Picks of the Week:

  • Jason's Pick: Combustion Predictive Thermometer
  • Alex's Pick: Final Cut Pro & StreamVoodoo
  • Andy's Pick: Shure MV7+ Podcast Mic

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