Today Joe shares his experience with all of Apple’s pre-release hardware and software – at least as much as he can. We talk about what he’s doing with the ARM-powered developer transition kit (DTK) that he received, his thoughts on the Big Sur beta, and how his plans for RECaf are being complicated by some of the HealthKit features in iOS 14 beta.
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