We have HomePod opinions, dreams about WWDC and an amazing new t-shirt.
The boys are joined by Emojipedia founder Jeremy Burge to talk about a rash of App Store rejections regarding the use of emoji. After that, discussion turns to HomePod reviews and the possibilities of watchOS 5.
It's January, so it's time to spin up the iPhone rumor machine, but first Stephen and Federico consider what a "Snow Leopard" iOS release could look like. Lastly, one of them has switched to DuckDuckGo.
After wading through HomePod and iOS 11.3 news, the boys give a status report on how they're feeling about iOS 11 and High Sierra several months into running the releases.
What does the death of Transmit mean for pro apps on the iPad? Should Apple make a laptop that runs iOS? Does Myke understand how hypothetical questions work?
2018 is here, and so is Stephen’s new computer and our predictions for the next year. Also, CES is a thing.
We grade our predictions for 2017 before setting off on a trip down memory lane of the last twelve months of Apple news.
Round out 2017 with fake apps and an anti-wishlist.
Myke was surprised by Apple's Shazam acquisition, Ticci is living that 4K life and Stephen is thinking about an iMac Pro.
Apple’s had a rough week, Myke’s office is full of assistants and Federico is back with a new task manager and an iPhone X review.