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Apple just released a bunch of new software updates for iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS, so Cody and Sebastien touch briefly on those. The guys also talk about everything Apple announced last week, including the red iPhone 7, a new iPad, and more. Finally, the two co-hosts discuss Apple’s recent acquisition of Workflow app.

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Show Notes

Apple releases iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods and other new features

watchOS 3.2 with Theater Mode, Siri in apps & more now available for Apple Watch

tvOS 10.2 for Apple TV now available with accelerated scrolling & other enhancements

macOS Sierra 10.12.4 with Night Shift for Mac launches

Rumor: iOS 11’s Siri will learn from user behaviors, gain iMessage integration & iCloud syncing

FT: Apple stepping up efforts in augmented reality eyewear

Everything Apple announced last week

Apple acquires powerful automation app Workflow

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  • Evan King

    This is just a guess, but what if the Workflow acquisition could be a way to help Siri? When iOS 10 was released, there was only about six categories of Siri integration. What if an app or pieces of an app that is known for automating tasks across multiple apps was used to bring some sort of in-app automation to Siri? TupleJump, Turi, Perceptio, and of course VocalIQ all were recent acquisitions with possible building blocks to help boost Siri and its capabilities. I can only think that some part of Workflow would be another piece of the puzzle to advancing Project Invisible Hand.