The future of smartphone upgrades, Apple TV app dreams, upgrading to iOS 9 (or not), and thinking big about the iPad Pro.
Live from San Francisco--seriously, this episode was recorded standing under some trees in Civic Center Plaza--we're reviewing the Sept. 9 Apple event! A new iPad pro! The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus! An entirely different Apple TV! We've got the details.
Dreaming of Siri and Apple TV improvements, fearing an Apple-programmed video service, and dealing with being the IT manager for our friends and family.
Choosing a single device, calling for help, traveling with technology, and mourning Apple's One to One training.
An introspective, touchy-feely edition of Clockwise as we celebrate our 100th episode with special guest hosts and special guest guests.
Alphabetizing Google, blocking web ads, navigating with map apps, and improving iOS.
Apple's cell service plans (or lack thereof), HitchBot's demise, Windows 10's privacy snafu, and the end of removable batteries and SD cards in phones.
T-Mobile's crazy iPhone deal, the arrival of Windows 10, when advertisements are actually worth seeing, and buying a kid a Kindle.
Special dystopian future edition! We envision the Apple of 2020, fear ever getting in a car again after the latest car hack, complain about autocorrect, and take the measure of the need for Apple Watch apps.
Comcast's streaming TV plan, Reddit's supernova of problems, the promise of smaller iPhones, and a shining iBeacon of hope.