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Craig Federighi discusses open sourcing Swift on the Talk Show

This week's episode of John Gruber's podcast, The Talk Show, features a 30-minute interview with Apple senior vice-president of software, Craig Federighi. The topic is Swift going open source.

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On job listings and Final Cut Pro X

Over the weekend there was some brouhaha over a job posting on Here's what it missed.

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Make your iMore Awards nominations now!

This was one of the biggest years ever. Not only did Apple launch two new devices, but two new App Stores to go with them—Watch and TV. That means more categories for apps, and more apps, than ever. And we need your help to make sure we don't miss any of the best!

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Do you want a smaller iPhone? [Poll]

When all Apple made were smaller iPhones, there were nothing but rumors and calls for bigger iPhones. Now that Apple makes bigger iPhones, there are nothing but rumors and calls for smaller iPhones again. That's because tastes are broad and Apple currently only makes two latest-generation iPhones to cover them all. But what if that changed?

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What was your first iPhone?

If Apple sticks to the same pattern as the last few years, we're only a couple of weeks away from the unveiling of the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and only a few weeks away from launch. So, before we leap forward we thought it would be interesting to take a quick look back.

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Apple Watch convenience is a 'superpower'

Those who use the Apple Watch every day and can't imagine going back to a time without it typically fall into one of three camps: those who value the convenience, those that value the health motivation, and both. Benedict Evans sums up the convenience angle well.

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How to make your podcasts sound better with GarageBand

Jason Snell produces roughly 300 podcasts a week, feels like, and they all sound great, even with really larges panels. So, whether you're just starting out or want to take your own podcast project to a newer, more compressed, more equalized, and more gated level, check out his editing tips.

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[Closed] Take our Apple Watch survey and be entered to win $500!

The Apple Watch has been out for 3 months now. During that time we've reviewed it, produced dozens of articles designed to help you get the most out of it, and even re-reviewed it a couple of times. Now, with all of that behind us and watchOS 2 still to come, we're going to pause of a moment to hear what you think about your Apple Watch. And to say thank you, we want to give you a chance to enter to win a $500 gift certificate to put towards new bands, or even your next iPhone or Apple Watch!

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Apple Watch and HealthKit have changed Jim Dalrymple's life

I only get to see Jim in person every couple of months or so, but the transformation from a year ago to now is nothing short of amazing. Today was a major milestone for him.

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If you care about battery life, use Safari instead of Chrome

There have been numerous reports, including our own anecdotal ones, about how much better Safari is than Chrome when it comes to battery life on MacBooks. Here's another.

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