This week, the guys plan the WWDC Olympics, talk about what's inside the AirPods Max and what the future of the Mac Pro may look like. Lastly, a report about folding iPhones is considered.
This week, the guys gather to discuss Apple's new Racial Equity and Justice Initiatives, some things at CES that caught their eyes and how they feel about the Apple Watch.
2020 is over. Products have been released, notches have been measured and an Annual Chairman has been named. As if that wasn't enough, the 2021 Rickies have been etched into a Google Doc for all time.
This week, the guys walk down memory lane, re-visiting the top tech stories of 2020. It was ... quite the year.
The AirPods Max have arrived in Memphis, London and Rome, so the guys give their impressions of Apple's newest product after talking about iOS 14.3, the post office and more.
This week, Stephen cleans out the follow-up folder, while Myke is reading Tumblr. Magnets, feelings and breathing are all discussed. Then, Federico dives into the AirPods Max announcement.
This week, Apple is handing out awards, Federico has a new iPhone charger on the way, Myke meant to try an app and Stephen tried reinstalling macOS. Oh, and Salesforce bought Slack.
There's a lot of follow-up this week, then conversations about company retreats, Mac OS 9, password management, MagSafe and the Mac App Store. Then, Federico talks through his new email system. Myke and Stephen have feelings about it.
It's a busy week on Connected. Stephen and Myke talk about their HomePod minis and M1 Macs, and Federico explains what's going on with iOS 14.3 and App Store revenue changes. Merri Hackett joins Federico and Myke to talk about her experience with the iPhone 12 mini, and they decide they'd rather Stephen just didn't come back. And Myke finally revi…
Apple has announced the first batch of Macs running on its own silicon, so the boys are judging yet another set of Rickies. Will Federico's dual-title fall? Will Myke get his Ricky? Did Stephen make a mistake having six Flexies?