Myke tries to get through some iPhone rumors but the others keep joking around about model names. Meanwhile, there's big news for a couple of iOS apps. Stephen needs to deal with the problem brewing in his photos library and Federico goes missing for a brief time.
This week, Federico gets what he wants, but also doesn't. Myke tries out Hey, but only kinda. Also, are there new apps anymore?
This week, Stephen refuses to be pigeonholed, Federico talks about how MagSafe could be used on new accessories and Myke doesn't want to talk about folding iPhones, but then does. Also on the list of topics: failing Apple watches, #GreenGate and blankets.
Everyone's a real Federico, but only Stephen could disrupt the show document in such a profoundly useless way. Myke takes on the form of those around him.
Topics include MacBook Pro batteries, Spotify and Siri getting cozy, the iPhone 12 mini and more.
This week, the guys review CARROT Weather 5, dream up new health devices for Apple to make and dive into the new iOS 14.5 beta. Also: Myke won't wear an anklet, Federico has words for certain drivers and Stephen files feedback about the Reminders app.
This week, Myke has a theory, Stephen has a crush and Federico has opinions on olives. Also: a discussion about Tweetbot 6 and what makes app subscriptions worth it.
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.