October 22nd, 2022 | 1 hr 39 mins
32 pin, a14, adaptability, affinity publisher, airpower, android, apple card, apple pencil 2, apple pencil hover, apple tv+, apy, aqua, auto-update, bell fibe tv, beos, biometrics, black pixel, bluetooth, bs-o-matic, classroom kit, cmd shift d, comcast, copland, deep purple, defaults, desktop, dynamic island, elon musk, european union, function keys, geoff hackworth, goldman sachs, hdr10e, home pod, icloud, internet explorer, ipad, ipad 3, ipad os 16, ipad pro, iphone 14 pro, iphone se, keychain, lightning, linkedin, liquid retina, liquid retina xdr, m2, mac os 8, macos ventura, magic keyboard, magic keyboard folio, mark german, mini-led, ms surface, octane x, paybright, qi, roku, safe area, samsung, scquemorphic, sherlock, size classes, smart connector, square cash, stage manager, system 7, thunderbolt 4, tiktok, touch id, treasury bonds, twitter, usb-c, wf-fi 6, wi-fi 6e
This week we follow up on iPhone 14 series screen sizes. We debate the EU's future standardization of USB-C for all mobile devices and Apple Card's new high yield Savings accounts. We dig into to the newly introduced Apple TV 4K (3rd Gen), the new iPad (10th Gen) with Magic Keyboard Folio, and the new iPad Pro (6th Gen) series with M2 and Mini-LED (sort of). Picks: macOS defaults, Apple Aqua: Exploring the Legacy Of MacOS X User Interface, iOS Architecture Generator.
May 30th, 2020 | 1 hr 36 mins
367 release notes, altconf, amazon upload, android, application uploader, atypical, build times, china, cmd shift j, covid-19, crash course, ctrl cmd r, curtis herbert, dark mode, dave okun, derived data, dino project, dom parser, edmonton, feedly, frameworks, gene goykman, graphite, i’m that guy, joe cieplinzki, kylo loco, macbook air 11, macbook pro 13, magic keys, magsafe, maui, microsoft build, netnewswire, netnewwire, nhl, o2 levels, offload app, paleontologist, paul hudson, playoffs, pro repo update, release notes, rss reader, sax, seattle marner, showbuildoperationduration, sidecar, swift to, swift ui, the last dance, toronto raptors, touch bar, transporter, ultimate tag, visual studio code, xamarin forms, xcode
We celebrate our 300th recorded episode. We fact check SwiftTO 2020 online conference and the Dino Project. Tim expresses his instant love of the Safari's Track Bar tab scrubber which speeds up navigation. Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) multi-platform. Our voice over guy posts to Facebook about his recent COVID-19 infection. We discuss Xcode build times and short cut to display the build time. Apple iOS app updates were being re-issued for unknown reasons. Why NetNewsWire is Fast. Faster Dark Mode on macOS courtesy of Gene Goykhman. Tim discusses his experience with the 2020 MacBook Pro 13, comparing it to previous Track Bar MacBook Pros and MacBook Air models. We also discuss Sidecar as an external monitor. Picks: The Derived Data Dance, run without building shortcut Ctrl - Cmd - R, Android Crash Course for iOS Devs.
May 25th, 2019 | 45 mins 26 secs
5ge, 8-core, amazon prime air, android, aosp, apple park, arm, at&t, aws, becky hansmeyer, ben sandofsky, black smearing, boycott apple, chatrbox, china, dark mode, dev interviews in a nutshell, ecg, ekg, enhanced butterfly keyboard, entity list, federico viticci, health canada, huawei, instagram, interface builder, ipad, iphone 4, learning swift, mac pro, macbook pro 15, macworld expo, mifi, musclebooks, oled, opaque return types, ordered collection diffing, p3 color gamut, photoshop for the ipad, power beats pro, sandbox, soroush khanlou, swift 5.1, t2, taiwan, tsmc, twitter, unwrap, watchos 5.2.1, wwdc, wwdc quiz, xcode
We fact check on Apple Park and WWDC hardware. AT&T's 5Ge makes an appearance. ‘Boycott Apple’ movement gains new traction. Google suspends some business with Huawei. ARM memo tells staff to stop working with Huawei. Apple Watch ECG gets cleared in Canada. Seven Years of iPad as Computer. Instagram Influencers scraped & exposed. Facebook iOS job acceptance down to 50%. "Software developer interviews, in a nutshell..." blows up. Apple updates 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros with enhanced butterfly keyboard. A WWDC Dev Wishlist. What’s New in Swift 5.1. Picks: Design a Dark Them for OLED iPhones, Take the Hacking with Swift WWDC19 Quiz. Unwrap Learn coding today. After Show: Our Quiz results (spoiler free)
December 22nd, 2018 | 1 hr 20 mins
8-bit guy, alaska airlines, aluminium, amazon echo, amazon fire tv, android, apple books, apple music, apple pencil, apple tv, applecare, atari 2600, bendgate pro, bill cosby, c64 mini, charlie brown, chico’s tacos, commodore vic20, connect, culver city, curtis herbert, cydia, dallas, dhx media, egypt station, el paso, esim, face id, functional swift, gatekeeper, genesis, hockey hall of fame, home pod, iap gifts, infinity blade, ipad pro, jailbroken, jane heo, jay freeman, kdrama, kdramamamas, luna display, lyft, maple leafs, mercator projection, metallurgy, mutable state, nathan phillips square, new york rangers, nhl, nintendo, overtime, paperlike, paul mccartney, peanuts, pinterest, poutine, protocol, real size, salad king, seattle mariners, sega, slopes, snoopy, spell check, standard library, stanley cup, stem, t-mobile park, texas, the other app store, turing create, uber, ugly sweater, verison, victor von doom, windows sandbox, yeti
This week Greg Heo leads the crew as they discuss the Windows 95 ugly holiday sweater, NHL hockey overtime 3 on 3, and protocol conformance. We follow up on Apple shutting down Music’s Connect feature, Sega Genesis Classics are playable on Amazon Fire, the C64 Mini, Windows Sandbox, Apple is producing new Peanuts content, breaking into Amazon face recognition with 3D printed heads, T-Mobile eSIM support, Apple will allow IAP gifted to Friends & Family. Apple will build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US. Cydia Store shuts down. Apple confirms some iPad Pros ship slightly bent, but says it’s normal. Picks: Xcode Comment-Spell-Checker, 6 Audio books on Apple Books, The 8-Bit Guy, Functional Swift 2018 videos, MagazineLayout
November 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 8 mins
6.001, abelson, aloestackview, android, asp, ast 2 configuration suite, bear market, bin, emacs, ex-dividend date, folding phone, functions are fun, i feel fine, instagram, intel iphone, iphone 8, jim kramer, lisp, lsp, macbook escape, mit open courseware, night sight, paperback writer, patreon, pixel 3 phone, python, revolution 1, revolution no. 9, right to repair, rogers, scheme, screen replacements, shortcuts drawer view, spotify, structured interpretation of computer programming, sussman, t2, tariffs, the beatles, the little schemer, the white album
We look at #askMTJC from Paul Wilkinson on emptying the bin. Greg Heo joins us again as we discuss Apple's plan to replace unresponsive screens on iPhone X models. An iPhone X has exploded after being recharged. Spotify has launched an Apple Watch app. Apple's T2 chip will require a post upgrade/repair diagnostic tool to be run. Apple's stock price continues to drop as more suppliers lower their estimates on future iPhone XR orders. We also discuss Samsung's foldable phone and Google's Pixel 3 Night Sight feature. We discuss Swift LSP and MIT's 6.001 course on Lisp and Scheme. Picks: Is this AI? We drew you a flowchart to work it out, Kotlin Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, AloeStackView, Re-creating the Siri Shortcuts Drawer Interaction.
October 27th, 2018 | 1 hr 3 mins
5g, air power, amber mac, andrew jassy, android, apple pencil, at&t, baby boomer, beautygate, becky, bloomberg, bose, boston red socks, cbs allaccess, cdmi, debugging, dep, derek selander, dlc, dr who, duke of york, edm, eec, emily litella, face id, g3, game of thrones, gdpr, gen x, generation axe, george r r murray, golfing with the blue jays, gsm, hawkeye access, hi-def, holland, ibm, ipad pro, iphone 5, iphone xr, jamf, jetbrains, johnny galecki, lldb, lte, mac pro, macbook, macbook air, mdm, milennial, mobile world congress, mud’s women, new amsterdam, new york, new york times, october 30, privacy, reverse engineer, rocksmith 2014, roseanne, sarah gilbert, satisfaction, skydio, star trek, steve vai, stubhub, supergirl, tap tap, tapulus, texas tea, the connors, tim cook, true depth, ubisoft, world series, wwdc mmxiii, young sheldon
We follow up on not using Facebook for logins and Apple and AWS request the Bloomberg retract the Chinese Spy Chip story. Apple is working on a patch for the #Beautygate — where the iPhone XS is over beautifying portrait photos. We revisit Swift & Objective-C usage. The October 30th event will apparently introduce 2 new iPad Pros, iPad Mini, two iMacs and possibly a new MacBook. IBM open sources their [email protected] configuration. Tim Cook calls for strong US Privacy legislation. We touch on the upcoming 5G mobile service. Picks: Xcode 10 patches to Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering, Hawkeye Access.