The gang are joined this week by YouTuber and the Man About Tech himself: Vyyyper! They discuss Apple's note to investors about Q2 guidance due to COVID-19, and what products may be coming or delayed in a possible March event. Are new iPads, AirTags, and a new iPhone on the way soon or not?
The world lost a brilliant computer scientist this week, Larry Tesler. Tesler invented cut-and-paste and also worked for a number of years at Apple.
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- Apple's note to investors about Q2 20 guidance
- Will a March event happen March 31?
- MWC has been canceled, companies are pulling out of GDC. What might COVID-19 mean for 2020 tech conferences?
- Larry Tesler, inventor of cut-and-paste, and Apple scientist passed away
- AirPods Pro 'Lite'? Or just AirPods 3
- We may see those AirTags soon
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