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Episode 123 · December 17th, 2016 · 1 hr 27 mins
About this Episode
We start off this week following up on Protocol Oriented Programming, CarPlay receivers and the iCloud Calendar bug. We discuss Kickstarter's move to open source their IOS and Android apps. Air Pods are available for order and instantly backordered. We also cover Issues with MacBook Pro battery issues and Apple's reaction. Jaime discusses his newly acquired Google Home. Picks: Apple Support app, The Twist, Dongle Dangler and TouchBar Piano.
Episode 123 Show Notes
- Architecture Astronauts
- second-system effect
- How to Avoid Protocol Orientation Obsessed Programming
- Sony XAV-AX100 Car AV Receiver with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto™
- CarPlay After Market Systems
- tunein.com Radio
- Apple rolling out ‘Report Junk’ feature for iCloud Calendar invites from unknown senders to address spam
- Apple offering AirPods battery replacements for free under warranty, $49 without
- Open sourcing our Android and iOS apps!
- Actions on Google
- Eliza example on GitHub
- Cortana to open up to new devices and developers with Cortana Skills Kit and Cortana Devices SDK
- Why Apple is removing ‘time remaining’ battery life estimates following MacBook Pro complaints
- New MacBook Pro Users Report Improved Battery Life on macOS 10.12.2
- Uberless - A video purportedly shows a driverless Uber running a red light in San Francisco.
Episode 123 Picks
- Apple Support by Apple
- The “Twist”
- ‘Dongle Dangler’ Kickstarter project aims to help you keep track of your 3.5mm headphone adapter
- Touch Bar Piano