Live in Chicago, the boys discuss the Google Home Mini's rough launch, the future of AR at Apple and Federico's baker.
Stephen’s keyboard is disintegrating as Federico explains AirPlay 2, and Sonos and Google have new products out for the holiday season.
Federico makes a confession, the trio considers how Apple could improve Do Not Disturb and then Myke forgets how Round Robins work.
Files on iOS 11 is taking shape, and some problems are emerging. Federico gets sad listening to the others talk about their watches, then slowly disappears as Stephen talks about macOS High Sierra.
Federico’s iOS 11 review is done. Stephen has an announcement. Myke makes a confession about his Apple TV remote.
A day after Apple’s event, the boys come up for air long enough to talk about the most recent firmware leak, the dedication of Steve Jobs Theatre, the iPhone 8 — of course — the iPhone X.
Everyone is back, and it’s a good thing, because there’s lots of news: Siri has moved in with Craig, Alexa and Cortana are hanging out and the Apple September event looms large on the horizon.
Federico is back from the Genius Bar and joined by Stephen to discuss Time Machine and iCloud Backups, Apple's push with Swift education and SMS filtering in iOS 11.
Myke and Federico discuss Apple's supposed budget for original content, reviews of the Essential Phone, Apple's iOS 11 marketing videos, and Federico's unexpected trip to the Genius Bar.
Myke and Stephen sit down together to talk through a mountain of follow-up, consider Apple’s design options on the next iPhone and revisit App Store subscriptions.