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WWDC, Google I/O, and the Twitter edit button


This week, we’re looking forward to the big Apple and Google summer events, and the prospect of freeing Twitter from the shackles of permanence. Or something similar.

Apple has finally confirmed dates for its annual WWDC event in early June, so there’s no better excuse to anticipate what to expect as iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 should debut alongside other software and likely a hardware announcement or two.

However, Google is ahead of Cupertino. The Google I/O Developers Conference is set for May, and along with the other Android 13s, we’re looking forward to the debut of the Pixel 6a, possibly along with a Pixel Watch teaser – and possibly even our first foldable Pixel.

Finally, Twitter has had a wild week. First, the richest man in the world decided to buy the largest stake in the social network for several billion dollars, and then (perhaps not coincidentally) Twitter announced that it was working on a long-awaited edit button feature. Hanna thinks the Twitter edit button will be disastrous, but will the rest of us agree?

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If you have any thoughts or opinions on today’s lineup, let us know in the YouTube comments or via Twitter – we would like to discuss them on the show.

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