LTA 107: July 2022

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The show starts with the usual followups and updates on long-running stories. That’s followed by a few Apple-related legal stories, a few Apple HR stories, and some highlights from Apple’s services. The four main stories are Apple’s Q3 2022 earnings, the end of Jony Ive’s relationship with Apple, 15 games leaving Apple Arcade, and Apple’s new Lockdown Mode for iOS & macOS. The show ends with a quick rundown of some other Apple-related stories that made the news in July.

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Updates & Followup

Quick updates to long-running stories the show continues to track, and to stories covered in recent shows.

Legal Latest

Apple HR & Acquisition News

Apple Services & Original Content Highlights

Main Stories

  1. Apple’s Q3 2022 Earnings —…
  2. Jony Ive’s relationship with Apple appears to be over —… &…
  3. Apple Arcade Loses 15 games in one go —…
  4. Apple have announced that the next versions of iOS & macOS due out this autumn will support an optional Lockdown Mode for users under threat from state-level attackers. The mode will trade off functionality for security —… &…

Quick Stories


Note: When the textual description of a link is part of the link it is the title of the page being linked to, when the text describing a link is not part of the link it is a description written by Bart.

Emoji Meaning
🎧 A link to audio content, probably a podcast.
flag The story is particularly relevant to people living in a specific country, or, the organisation the story is about is affiliated with the government of a specific country.
📊 A link to graphical content, probably a chart, graph, or diagram.
💵 A link to an article behind a pay-wall.
📌 A pinned story, i.e. one to keep an eye on that’s likely to develop into something significant in the future.

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