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?
Stephen returns to his co-hosts to hold the third Apple Event Rickies in as many months.
(If there's not Mac news next week, everyone is in trouble.)
Stephen is not here this week, but that doesn't stop the Europeans from discussing headphones, wireless charging, new app updates, and the iPhone 12 Pro.
Reviews have landed for the iPhone 12 and iPad Air. The trio talk through the coverage, including Federico's iPad Air article. Also: Stephen asks for help with a problem, and Myke is very excited about how gold phones are made.
The dust is settling from Apple's iPhone 12 event and out of the haze steps a Keynote Chairman. Also discussed: MagSafe's return and trustworthy friends.
In the blink of an eye, another round of Rickies is here, this time for Apple's October event.