iMore show 602: Meesa want to take your information!

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The U.S.S. iMore has a stowaway this week — Captain Rene Ritchie! He joins Serenity Caldwell, Lory Gil, and Mikah Sargent to speak about iPhone 8 PRODUCT(RED), and the 64-bit Mac app transition.

They additionally chat about Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in Washington, and the not-so-little white lies from more than one Android OEMs about safety patches. All that, plus Serenity presentations off her fancy, and really British, Kaweco pen sleeve GRIP for Apple Pencil. All aboard!

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