This week's show begins with some follow up: The FaceTime bug has been zapped with iOS 12.1.4 and some companies are still skeezy! Rene Ritchie, Georgia Dow, and Mikah Sargent have plenty of news to share as well. Apple's retail head Angela Ahrendts is leaving in April and will be replaced by 30-year company veteran Deirdre O'Brien.
The Unicode Consortium has approved 230 new emoji for release in 2019. The new update increases the variety of skin tones available for some emoji, and adds depictions of people with various disabilities. There are also new animals, food items, and other objects.
Finally, the gang bring it home with their picks of the week. Tune in!
- Apple releases iOS 12.1.4 with FaceTime bug fix
- 230 New Emojis in Final List for 2019
- Angela Ahrendts leaving Apple, Deirdre O'Brien new SVP of Retail + People
- Companies are (still) selling your phone location data without consent
- Eve Home lightstrip
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