To mark the death of the iPod touch, the guys gather around a shared browser window and rank iPods. Also on the docket: iPadOS 15, iPhone repairs and Jony Ive's pen.
Apple has shared more details about its live WWDC event next month and 1Password 8 has arrived on the Mac. After those topics, the guys perform an exit interview for iOS 15.
This week, the guys revisit Apple Watch charging and trading in devices before jumping into Apple's new Self Service Repair program and Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter.
This week on the show, Myke is having a bad time, Stephen wants to meet a robot and Federico has an exciting new trail to blaze.
Stephen, Myke and Federico all have desks, and they all have opinions. Today, those things collide.
Some much-loved follow-up is discussed, as are the WWDC 2022 and Automation April announcements. Then, 2017's Mac Roundtable is revisited and the guys design some new AirPods for Apple.
This week: clarification about Apple charging more for specific colors on their products, Markdown in Google Docs, the death of Touch ID and a fresh start for the Bill of Rickies.
Myke has questions about the Mac Studio, Federico was right about Workflow and Stephen has some suggestions for the Bill of Rickies.
After discussing the new features enabled by iOS 15.4, the Europeans tackle the questions raised by Federico's iPad Air review, what Apple's 'Studio' brand could extend to, and hands-on impressions of the Steam Deck.
Apple has announced updates to the iPad Air and several iPhones, then launched an entirely new desktop Mac with an accompanying display. As a result, a new Keynote Chairman must be named.