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Learn about compatibility between Photoshop, Apple Silicon, and Big Sur | macOS 11Paul Johnson on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast The Incredible story of the forgotten THIRD of Apple in this uplifting new doc. film: https://t.co/esLFQyPUiJ" / TwitterMaple SpiritJeff ⚡️👨🏻💻 on Twitter: "If any #iosdev folks could point me to a tutorial or example of how to implement #CloudKit sharing on top of NSPersistentCloudKitContainer I would really appreciate it! #CoreData #askMTJC" / TwitterNew – Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps | AWS News BlogApple Fitness Plus will launch on December 14th - The VergeFamily Setup on Apple Watch is coming to Canada - Apple (CA)iPhone zero-click Wi-Fi exploit is one of the most breathtaking hacks ever | Ars TechnicaApple announces $549 AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones, coming December 15th - The VergeThere's no U1 ultra wideband chip in Apple's AirPods Max16-Core MacBook, 32-Core iMac, 128-Core Mac Pro?! — Reacting to MASSIVE Leak Bombs! - YouTubeApple preps next Mac chips with aim to outclass highest-end PCssnapshot - fastlane docsframeit - fastlane docsSwift VersionPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #9: Xcode has great code completion built right in, but sometimes as you scroll through the options you might find the names are too long to fit. Fortunately, you can just grab the edge of the autocomplete popup and drag it as wide as you want! https://t.co/Xu93RhcYlJ" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #8: If you frequently move from Xcode to the simulator, tile them side by side. With the simulator active, go to the Window menu and choose Tile Window To Right Of Screen, then select Xcode on the left. You can adjust the split so the simulator sits snugly on the right. https://t.co/GK9TzBvj4N" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #7: This is the simplest tip I know, but it will save you time if you don’t already know it. Whenever you see Automatic Preview Updating Paused in your SwiftUI canvas, press Opt+Cmd+P to resume previewing. Alternatively, use Opt+Cmd+Return to hide the canvas completely. https://t.co/TpIQekU66W" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #6: When you search using Xcode’s find navigator, you can click to view individual results and make any changes you want. But when you’re done, I recommend you hit Backspace to remove the search item from the results, so you can see which results you have left to check. https://t.co/FNapVw8MLY" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #5: If you have a Swift file with many errors, you can use Xcode’s fix-its to try to correct them one by one. But a faster way is to go to the Editor menu and choose Fix All Issues to apply fix-its all at once. (Make sure and double-check which changes were made!) https://t.co/YZhp0Spj2Z" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #4: Xcode can check if your spelling is correct, and it even understands that camelCaseNames sho