Apple is on the verge of releasing new emoji, so it is time for Federico to try to guess their names.
Federico is using Base64 to make wallpapers, Myke's iPad mini is out of space and Stephen is upset about Apple's new GMT watch face. Also discussed: what iOS 14 is doing to our home screens and what others are doing with widgets.
The Rickies and Flexies have been judged. There is a winner and a loser. A donation has been made. What's inside an avocado has been discovered. That, and a lot more this week as the guys unpack Apple's September 15th event.
Apple has announced an event for next week, so the guys deleted everything in their show planning document to make room for their Picks, Rickies and Flexies. Also: Federico has reached acceptance, Stephen's plumbing is fixed and Myke has trouble remembering a quote.
September is here, and with it, a new avalanche of Apple rumors. The guys talk about the iPhone 12, new iPads and over-ear headphones. Then, an in-depth conversation about iOS 14's release date and what the future could bring to the Apple Watch.
Apple and Epic continue to fight; we continue to have opinions. Wireless chargers continue to be released, but Apple doesn't have an option. iOS betas are appearing at an increasing rate, and Federico has anxiety.
Beats is being slowly absorbed by Apple Music, iOS 14 Beta 5 is here and Apple's battle with Epic keeps heating up. Also: Stephen edited something very special and Myke is glad to never talk about Greengate ever again.
This week, Federico talks about watchOS 7 and Stephen takes the group down a trip of old Apple press releases, causing Myke to be relieved about his Apple Newsroom reading habits. Also: a pre-announcement and some peer-pressure about a purchase.
It's been a busy start to August: Myke has LEGO on the way, Phil Schiller has a new job, the 27-inch iMac has been refreshed, and there are details out about third-party mail and browser apps being able to be set as default. The guys also talk through the new betas and their possible future Mac setups.
This week, Tim Cook is answering to Congress about Apple's App Store policies, and the guys break down his opening statement before getting into what the rest of the year could look like in terms of new iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and even Apple TV hardware.