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Federico Viticci
Founder & Editor-in-Chief of & . Co-host of . Italian accent on . 📩 viticci@macstories.net | 📸IG: viticci
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Federico Viticci Aug 14
Replying to @JPEGuin @AviaryTheApp
I'd actually use this a lot hahaha
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Ryan Christoffel Aug 14
I’m normally a pretty optimistic, positive person, but I just had to get this 1,500-word column on Apple Podcasts’ iOS 14 regressions out of my system. 📝
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MacStories Aug 14
MacStories Unwind: Apple Maps Changes Coming this Fall and a Soundscape App Review
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John Voorhees Aug 14
This week for members: 🎹 A collection of apps, a shortcut and websites I use to keep up with my favorite music 🎙️ on problems with Apple Podcasts 📱's iOS 14 Home screen …plus lots of apps, Q&A, and more.
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Federico Viticci Aug 14
Loving the latest updates! Here's something I've noticed – importing from Showdown doesn't currently apply IVs in Pikalytics (here, Amoonguss should be 0 attack/speed, but it gets imported as 31)
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Federico Viticci Aug 14
Replying to @mgetzski
Yes
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Federico Viticci Aug 14
I thought it'd be pretty safe to build shortcuts for iOS 14 and watchOS 7 beta 4... ...after wasting an hour trying to install a shortcut on the Watch (it keeps disappearing) and failing to open apps (which are, in fact, installed), I'm giving up for now. Beta 4 is rough.
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Federico Viticci Aug 14
Replying to @aaron_pearce
😍
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @SnazzyQ
Whoa, congrats!
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @ZuBoITO
It’s not about what you or I want; it’s about whether it’s illegal or not to keep iOS devices closed.
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John Voorhees Aug 13
Private antitrust actions are rare, costly, and hard to win. Epic may not have the cash Apple has, it has enough to make this a very public and miserable lawsuit for Apple.
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @viticci
“Epic seeks […] to ensure that Apple mobile devices are open to the same competition as Apple’s personal computers.”
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MacStories Aug 13
Fortnite Developer Epic Games Sues Apple Alleging Anti-Competitive App Store and Payment Processing Behavior
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @viticci
And here’s the part of lawsuit where Epic Games points out how users can download all software they want on Macs – from App Store *and* other sources. "It doesn’t have to be like this."
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @tapbot_paul
Precisely. And that's the case they (US/EU) have against them, if it's deemed anti-competitive.
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @viticci
For me, all this ultimately boils down to a single question: What's preventing iOS devices from being like Macs, where you have an App Store *and* the secure GateKeeper mechanism for installing software? This is where I think this entire story is headed. Probably for the best.
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Jordan Oloman Aug 13
There’s the full video
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andrew webster Aug 13
no one could predict this timeline
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Federico Viticci Aug 13
Replying to @jsnell
Broken Link on Your Website
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nilay patel Aug 13
Replying to @reckless
(To make this more plain-english, this lawsuit's main claims are not about whether Epic agreed to the App Store terms; it's that the terms themselves are illegally furthering a monopoly.)
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