Apple unveiled three new iPhones, a new Apple Watch, a 4K Apple TV, and the new Steve Jobs Theater at its September event. Jason was there and returned home just in time to join with Myke in recapping and analyzing everything that went on at Apple Park.
It’s time for Jason and Myke to reveal their picks for what will happen on stage at the iPhone launch event next week! They draft 12 different things they expect (or hope) to happen at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino next week.
Special guest Merlin Mann joins Jason to talk about Apple event rumors, why we care about Apple kremlinology, our approaches to keeping and deleting files in our digital libraries, and Jason's recent 11-day road trip to the total eclipse.
A draft of favorite Apple hardware; Myke at the Movies tackles "Blade Runner - The Final Cut."
Why automation--on macOS and iOS--is important.
Myke reports in from New York as we discuss a grab bag of Apple news, including a possible cellular Apple Watch, even more details from the HomePod firmware leak, the strength of iPad sales in Apple’s quarterly results, and next year’s crop of emoji.
A HomePod firmware leak may have given us our best look yet at the features of the next iPhone, including face detection. Photos of Apple Park’s aggressively open-plan workspaces lead us to the most spirited discussion of space planning you may ever hear.
Does the Mac mini have a place in the Mac line-up, or should it fade into the sunset? Which Mac laptop--MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Escape--is the best choice for a new college student?
This week Jason is making some big changes in his life, including trying out a to-do app and using his iPad Pro extensively via a cellular network. Plus we discuss emoji, AirPods, and at the end of the show, “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
Is Apple taking a risk in potentially releasing a high-end, high-cost iPhone model in addition to the regular models this fall, as is rumored? Jason also talks about inviting the Amazon Echo Show and its touchscreen into his kitchen.