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iOS WWDC preview, new iPod touch, and your hot takes

On the show, we talk about the new iPod touch and preview Apple’s WWDC19 by talking about what could happen with iOS, the iPhone, and the iPad. Plus, Leif shows us an iPhone tip, and we wrap up the show with your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds.

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Here are articles for more information on the news we talked about on the show.

Feature discussion: WWDC19, iOS, the iPhone, and more

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference start on June 3, and it promises to be a really big show, with lots of new stuff for Apple to show. On the show, we talk about what Apple may have in store at WWDC for iOS, the iPhone, and the iPad.

Two-minute tip

On this part of the show, a Macworld staffer will present a quick tip for your Apple device. This week, Leif shows us how to access the one-handed keyboard on the iPhone. You can get details on this tip and 10 others in the article below.

Your hot takes

We love to read your comments and questions. Let us know what you’re thinking on Twitter (@macworld), or on the Macworld Facebook page.

Here are comments that caught our eye this week.

WWDC19: @BenAdamsonDXB

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iTunes: Ron Bearry

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Apple improves butterfly keyboard: @anDREkingman

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Apple improves butterfly keyboard: @lensky_vlad

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