Mon, 26 October 2015
Myself and Adam have upgraded to El Capitan, we discuss some issues and share priase for Apple’s latest release of OS X.
We then dig deep into iOS, my new pink iPhone 6s+ and wonder why some things just don’t make sense!
Also, Facebook is killing battery life, 3D Touch, iCloud issues, book mark syncing, ad blocking, managing drive space on a 16GB phone, hiding useless apps and the second Creed trailer.
At the end we tail off with some Marvel discussion and random stuff.
Thu, 24 September 2015
We talk, rant and postulate about the recent Apple Keynote.
We assess the four product release by Apple, wonder if the future of computing should be larger than 12.9 inches.
Mon, 23 March 2015
Adam does his best Abraham Simpson impression while ranting about the Apple Watch in this Apple themed episode. It’s looks like he doesn’t like it. I’m more fair, but I have my moments with the USB ports of the Macbook.
In this episode we talk about whether the watch will ‘sell’, will be a game changer or it’s a shiny shiny because of it’s logo. What kind of success will it have, iPod, Apple TV or iPhone success? Is it even a viable solution to the mobile computer user?
Why didn’t they put more battery in the strap?
Afterwards we discuss the Macbook. Do you think it’s fair that the Apple TV is cheaper than the Macbook dongle? How is the force touch?
Who writes Phil Schiller's jokes? When you think about it, it get's awkward.
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Tue, 24 February 2015
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UPDATE: A kind listener has cleaned up the audio file to remove some background noises. Thank you Luca.
In this special episode we have a reading of the recent New Yorker article by Ian Parker. The article is about Apple with the focus on Apple’s Sir Jonathan Ive.
The idea was given to me by Mike Hurley of Relay.fm fame. So if people find the 17,000 word article too long to read, now you can listen with a variable speed with whatever your podcast app of choice may be.
11:45 - Chapter 2 - The Studio
34:02 - Chapter 3 - Managing Newness
1:05:00- Chapter 4 - A Tap On the Wrist
(Note, if you can hear a slight background whine, then I do apologise, the neighbours are weird, thankfully it ends around 40 minutes into the reading).