Lory Gil and Mikah Sargent talk about why iPhone probably won't go USB-C, and the possibility of an iPhone SE 2 with Face ID. They also discuss the revamped Google News and the replacement for YouTube Red: YouTube Premium. In addition, Twitter has announced API details that will make life very difficult for third party Twitter clients. But in more positive news, there's a new hope as the U.S. Senate votes to restore Net Neutrality.
Lastly, they chat about the internet's hottest new controversy: Laurel vs. Yanny, and a decades old "banned" video game coming to Nintendo Switch.
- iMore show 607 video edition
- Why iPhone probably won't go USB-C
- iPhone SE getting Face ID?
- Google News for iPhone
- YouTube Premium
- Twitter API details
- U.S. Senate votes to restore Net Neutrality
- Laurel vs Yanny (WTF?)
- Night Trap actually IS coming to Nintendo Switch
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