This week Nick is off singing carols and Jim is doing something or other, but Simon is joined by Peter Cohen (of RCR Wireless and they go into down a load of Apple shaped holes before taking a look at a few news stories from the week.
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Recorded 5th December 2021
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- @flargh and @PeterCohenRCR on Twitter
- Tech Journalist and writer
- Peter on Authory
- RCR Wireless
- Apple Introduces New MacBook Upgrade Program for Business Partners â€“ Mac Rumors
- CIT Page (https://landing.cit.com/mac-upgrade.html?t=SMBMAC-FINANCNING202111)
- $25 Apple Polishing Cloth Review vs AmazonBasics $0.79 Cloth â€“ iPhone in Canada
- App Store monopoly claim rejected by federal court; Apple wins â€“ 9to5Mac
- Apple legal filing indicates it intends to collect commission regardless of payment process â€“ 9to5Mac
- WriteNow â€“ Wikipedia
- USBefuddled: Untangling the Ratâ€™s Nest of USB-C Standards and Cables by Glenn Fleishmanâ€“ TidBits
- FTC sues to stop Nvidiaâ€™s ARM acquisition – RCR Wireless
SECURITY & PRIVACY
- Clearing the AirTag: Appleâ€™s new gizmo linked to car thefts â€“ Driving
WORTH A CHIRP / ESSENTIAL TIPS
- macOS Monterey: 40 Tips, Tricks, and Features You Might Have Missed â€“ MacRumors
- via Peter Cohen Devterm Clockwork Pi
- Chargie: Smarter than Appleâ€™s Optimized Battery Charging â€“ 9to5Mac
NEMOâ€™S HARDWARE STORE (43:52)
- Audio Technica ATH-ANC300TW earbuds $200 USD / Â£190 UKP â€“ Amazon
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