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Happy 044 Mailbox’s death + why open source Quick issues

This week rsquo, we&;ll enter why Apple has available, discuss Dropbox’s choice to destroy Mail, and the climax of our iPad Pro tale -acquired Quick. The Happy-Hour podcast can be obtained for download on iTunes and through our devoted RSS supply. Because of Audible.com, get your free one month test at audible.com/happyhour.

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Below’s what we mentioned within this occurrence:

  • Dropbox closing down common Mail e-mail customer and Carousel picture app
  • Facebook eliminates Slingshot, Areas, and Coat apps from App Store, shuts Innovative Laboratories
  • Apple’s Quick development language has become available source
  • Apple retracts remark that it had been first main open source organization after critique
  • Supply-chain statement indicates fresh ‘significantly quicker’ Apple TV 5 may get into manufacturing in early 2016
  • Newest iPhone 6c gossip repeats steel housing statements, claims starting in January, for sale in February

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