This week, on the AppleInsider Podcast, your hosts do an iPhone 15 Pro rumor roundup, talk potential tweaks for Wallet and Find My in iOS 17, review possible limitations on sideloading, and review Apple’s plans to expand their health services.
The iPhone 15 Pro is finally coming into view as we get closer to September. Your hosts discuss the continued turmoil around buttons and how they will be implemented in the updated models.
Rumor season is still going strong for iOS 17. New information suggests changes to Find My, Apple Wallet, and new health initiatives like a first-party journaling app.
Apple is expected to enable sideloading to comply with EU law, but the feature could be limited to countries where the laws exist. Wesley isn’t so sure sideloading is the threat Mark Gurman makes it out to be, but Stephen thinks Apple will fail safe and limit its availability.
The show closes with some thoughts about Apple’s potential journaling app and all of the data Apple has available for such a tool. Between Photos, Health, Messages, Calendar, Screen Time, and everything else stored on an iPhone, the Apple Journaling app could be a killer feature.
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