This week, Lory Gil and Mikah Sargent are joined by iMore's own Luke Filipowicz to cover all the hot Apple topics (with a little Nintendo too)! They explore iPhone battery myths and Tim Cook's memo to employees about the company's stock market cap valuation.
The crew also dig into a monetization feature added to mini-podcast platform, Anchor, the shut down of Newton Mail, and Logitech's new wireless phone charger.
Last, but certainly not least, we get a sneak peak at the myriad characters in the upcoming fighting game for Switch — Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!
- Luke Filipowicz
- iPhone battery myths
- Tim Cook to employees: Thanks a trillion, but...
- Anchor gets update, allows podcasters to collect money from listeners
- Newton Mail shutting down
- Logitech's POWERED
- Super Smash Bros News
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