Mikah Sargent and Lory Gil hold down the fort and chat all about the week's news for Apple users. Final Cut Pro X is being updated to 10.4.1, adding support for a new lossless codec, ProRes RAW, and built-in closed captioning support.
Additionally, Facebook is starting to make good on its promise of easier control over your data by allowing deletion of multiple third-party app permissions at once. Apple has hired Google's former chief of search and AI. To wrap things up, Lory and Mikah share two of their favorite apps. Join us!
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- Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 gets ProRes RAW and closed captioning
- Facebook now lets you delete multiple third-party apps at once
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- Apple hires Google's chief of search and artificial intelligence
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