Apple announces new over-the-ear headphones, AirPods Max, and we discuss whether these meet the needs of our hosts. Apple doubles down on anti-tracking rules, and WhatsApps complains about Apple’s coming “nutritional labels” about data collection in apps. And Apple and Cloudflare have come up with a new way of sending DNS requests that protects privacy.
- Apple AirPods Max
- Apple Could Ban Apps That Don’t Follow iOS 14 Anti-Tracking Rules, Says Software Chief Craig Federighi
- U.S. and States Say Facebook Illegally Crushed Competition
- WhatsApp Protests Apple’s App Store Privacy Requirements
- After we recorded this episode, Apple announced that they will publish privacy labels for preinstalled iOS apps, which was one of the complaints that WhatsApp had. Apple to Publish Privacy Labels for Preinstalled iOS Apps on Website
- Unpacking WhatsApp’s privacy label in the Apple App Store
- Apple and Cloudflare Develop New Privacy-Focused Internet Protocol
- Domain Name System (Wikipedia)
- Telephone exchange names (Wikipedia)
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