In this week’s TouchArcade Show we start out fretting we won’t have much to talk about this week, and then we remember… Oh yeah, WWDC! How could we forget? We then spend the next hour and a half or so talking about Apple’s conference and some of the new features and upgrades coming to iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS. Well, we don’t spend ALL that time talking about just that, as we also dedicate a good amount of time to Playdate’s big announcements this past Tuesday as well as some of the bigger mobile gaming news stories of the week. It is a BIG ONE this week so strap in!
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