The boys take some time to mark National Ravioli Day, then dive into Apple's new iPads and iMacs before making predictions for the company's upcoming media event.
Stephen introduces his co-hosts to a groundbreaking iPad drawing application, Federico starts a new mini-series and Myke buries the lede concerning Spotify.
Federico talks about the new MacStories Shortcuts Archive and the guys check in with iOS 12 halfway through its lifecycle.
After skipping follow-up, Myke and Federico try to explain the new USB branding, discuss fingerprint sensors and the merits of Evernote in 2019, and wish for apps that don’t exist (but should).
The boys dive into a sea of rumors after Federico explores San Jose's municipal websites, Myke gives everyone a gift and Stephen returns from a journey.
Stephen solves a problem that has been plaguing the podcast, Federico has concerns about Apple's rumored news service and Myke is fighting a losing battle with AirPlay 2.
Stephen was right, Angela is gone, Myke has a theory and Federico is automating his TV.
Apple and Facebook try to outdo each other in who can have the more terrible week, and Stephen test drives the iPhone XR.
After Stephen ruins the intro, Federico finally gets around to talking about his second iPad Pro and Myke shares a secret.
The boys discuss a bunch of Apple products that may be receiving refreshes after years of neglect, including the iPad mini and iPod touch, then are taught how to edit photos like pros by Tyler Stalman.