Today on the flagship podcast of suddenly private subreddits:
David Pierce and Nilay Patel call up Christian Selig, who runs the popular Reddit app Apollo, to talk about the changes to the platform that have infuriated Redditors, and what it means for the future of Reddit.
Reddit’s API updates: all the news about changes that have infuriated Redditors
More than 6,000 subreddits have gone dark to protest Reddit’s API changes
Apollo’s developer on Reddit’s new API changes, and why users revolted
Then, David talks with deputy editor Alex Heath about Meta’s reaction to the new Apple Vision Pro headset, and that new Twitter competitor the company is launching.
Here’s what Mark Zuckerberg thinks about Apple’s Vision Pro
Instagram’s upcoming Twitter competitor shown in leaked screenshots
After that, senior reviewer Monica Chin joins the show to discuss her review of Apple’s new 15-inch Macbook Air.
Apple MacBook Air 15-inch review: exactly what was asked for
Keep listening for this week’s Vergecast