Dr. Kourosh Dini is an author, musician and psychiatrist who uses Apple gear to improve the lives of those he works with. This week, David and Stephen speak with him about his tools, including DEVONthink, OmniFocus and more.
Stephen and David are joined by David Smith, Malin Sundberg and Ken Case to talk about developing for Apple's platforms here in 2023.
It's that time again!
Dan Provost is one of the folks behind Studio Neat. This week, the guys talk to him about Dan's role in the company and its products, his tools to get his work done and some of his favorite apps and services.
While it had humble beginnings, Apple Notes has grown into a true competitor over the years. On this episode, David and Stephen explore its history, features and what Apple should take it next.
Chris Upchurch leads two lives; he is a developer but also a river guide. This week, he joins Stephen and David to discuss the tech he uses both at his desk and on the water.
It's feedback time, and Stephen surprises David with a secret project after the guys wade through some follow-up. David then returns the favor by booking Stephen's 3D printer for the foreseeable future.
John Siracusa returns to the program to discuss his iPhone usage, window management philosophies, best practices for troubleshooting and a lot more.
Tyler Stalman joins to share the details on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro camera systems. Tyler also shares some of his favorite tips for better iPhone photography and videography.
macOS Sonoma brings with it Desktop widgets, a new screen saver and desktop experience, more powerful video conferencing tools and updates to Safari, Messages, Notes, Reminders and more.