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One month in, Sebastien reports about the state of micro-abrasions on his iPhone 7. The guys then talk about the recent release of iOS 10.1, and a new one-handed keyboard discovered in iOS code. Of course, at the eve of Apple’s October event, Cody and Sebastien discuss the potential for future Macs and what the company might unveil on Thursday.

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  • Martynet

    Martin Hájek’s name is pronounced Háyek, not Hijeck 😉

    • Ah sorry about that. Thanks for clarifying.

  • scotchedpommes

    The one-handed keyboard was effectively activated with the tweak HandyKey in iOS 8. Unclear whether the appearance and functionality is exactly the same as what came up in the past week, [or what you mentioned trying] but at first glance it looks identical. It’s been an essential tweak for me since switching to regular use of a larger device.

    • That’s the tweak I was referring to http://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/10/21/onehanded/

      • scotchedpommes

        OneHanded appears to be a newer tweak, from a different developer. Wasn’t aware of it, so thanks for the link.

        [It’s also free, so it’s safe to say I’ll stop automatically recommending a paid alternative in future.