In this feedback episode, David and Stephen revisit Dropbox, photo management, calendar sets and more.
YouTuber and podcaster Austin Evans drops by the show to talk about his content business, how Apple is competing in the wider marketplace and the gear he uses to get work done with a growing team.
Apple ships a wide range of applications across its family of operating systems. However, over the years, they have received uneven amounts of support and attention from the company. This week, Stephen and David talk about some of these apps and which ones could use some love from the folks in Cupertino.
Very few people work alone at the top of a mountain. For the rest of us, things like team collaboration and project planning are a very real part of our work. David and Stephen talk about these topics and discuss some of their apps and services that can make working with others easier and more productive.
Stephen and David are joined by HomeKit expert Shane Whatley to talk about the apps, products and automations that can be used together to make any home smarter. With HomeKit, anyone can scale from a single smart bulb to a house full of technology.
After 15 years of living a double life, David has closed down his law practice and is now working on MacSparky projects full-time.
As the year draws to a close, David and Stephen survey the landscape and talk through the products, services and policies that have shaped Apple and its users over the last year.
David had to move his home office, while Stephen built a cabin. This week, the guys compare notes on how their studios have evolved over the last couple of years.
Stephen and David chat with John Soliman, a 2nd Assistant Editor at Pixar about his workflows and how collaboration works at the studio.
David and Stephen are joined by Apple's Jeremy Butcher to discuss the company's new Business Essentials program.
Then, the guys revisit iCloud storage management, clipboard apps and email providers. USB-C hubs and migrating to an Apple silicon Mac are also discussed.