August 9th, 2020 | 1 hr 34 mins
120hz, 1password, 360 idev, 548, alan cross, apple, apple gift card, apple silicon, apple store, apple store badge, appletalk, automater, bitcoin, citizen band, cold wallet, compuserve, core data, covid alert, derived data, disk warrior, drobo, forecast, fusion drive, greg joswiak, handle, imac 27inch, ipad, ipad pro, iphone xr, isight camera, jack henry, jeff bezos, las vegas golden knights, lidar, macbook air superdrive, maccatalyst, maker fair, marc andre fluery, mark stone, mobile notts, murder, nano texture, nhl, nottingham, nstoolbar, parallelogram, persistence container, phil schiller, pod, powerbook g4, preprocesser directive, quicktime, rhombus, shawn marsden, shot on iphone, spockcast, star trek lower decks, twitter hack, xserve
We fact check on 548 and the height of the iPhone 5. In the follow up Apple confirms that new iPhones models won't arrive in September. Apple has a record breaking third quarter on Mac and iPad sales. Apple introduces "Everything Apple" gift card. iPhone 12 prices leaked and iOS 14 beta reveals a 5.4 inch iPhone 12. 1Password roles out on Linux. Tim reviews the MacCatalyst Tutorial. Canada's Covid Alert app is out on Android and iOS. In the main show we cover Grouping Array Elements With Dictionary. Apple introduces a new Intel iMac 27 inch. Setting up a Core Data store for unit tests. Apple replaces longtime marketing chief Phill Schiller. Picks: Apple Store badges are back with Memoji. Deleting Derived Data with Automator. Fleury, Stone join forces to shoot Apple ad on iPhone 11 Pro. Fun: Footage taken in an Apple Store back in 2003 looks…weird. Forecast: A must-have tool for Mac podcasters.
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.
April 25th, 2020 | 1 hr 59 mins
amazon echo, apple iii, apple tv, bandai, bezier tool, bluetooth, cocoapods, color set, dark mode, dark side of the moon, dave grohl, david gilmour, daystar, denise crosby, derived data, ferrite, flac, fresco premium, gil amelio, google home, health storylines, home pod, hype cycles, hyperskills.org, ipados 14, iphone 12 pro, iphone se, ipod hi fi, jetbrains, jody whittaker, john gruber, john scully, kim’s convenence, kotlin, lc 520, lidar, lisa, logitech create, m4a, mac tv, macintosh xl, magic keyboard, mp3, nevermind, newton, nhs, ongoing history of new music, performa, photoshop on ipad, ping, pippin, power computing, power mac 6100, power mac g4 cube, powerbook 5300, preference key, quadra 650, reduce, remote work, rene ritchie, rob whitaker, simulator, sirius xm, soundcity, splitviewcontroller, spotify, swift playgrounds, swiftui, tam, taylor swift, the loop, vinyl, wkwebview, xcode on the ipad
We fact check on Bluetooth, the NHS, Denise Crosby and Jodi Whittaker. We dig into the Hype Cycle in the follow up. The iPhone 12 Pro has be leaked in a 3D rendering. Picking apart iPadOS 14 reveals that Xcode may be coming to the iPad this summer. We follow up on Apple's road apples, including the Home Pod. John Gruber doesn't initially like the Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro but comes around. Rene Ritche does a deep tech dive into the new iPhone SE. Apple had invited select developers to an accessibility webinar. In the main we look at View Communication Patterns in SwiftUI. We also look at the Remote Work Report by GitLab. Picks: JetBrains Academy: Get Ready To Become A Professional, Health Storylines, Adobe's Photoshop and Fresco for iPad are now bundled for $10 a month, adding Dark Mode, code clean up and TestFlight public beta links added to Device Tracker.
December 7th, 2019 | 1 hr 27 mins
5g, abbey road: super deluxe edition, affinity publisher, air pods pro, apollo, apollo 11, apple awards, apple tv+, back blaze, bandwidth, ben sandovski, best buy, biilie elish, cgm, clean my mac, darknoise, derived data, drobo, ed, edge, eero, elon musk, emacs, escape key, final cut pro, for all mankind, fourier, game controllers, giles martin, guidance computer, gym book, health kit, home kit, home pod, iot, la cantina, macbook pro 16, marginal revolution, margret hamilton, miniled, mmwave, moleskin, my friend ed, nintendo switch, notability, one note, open source, orbi mesh router, oura, paul hudson, qualcomm, remap caps lock, series 4, setapp, smart keyboard, space x, spectre, steam controllers, sub6g, swiftui, switch pro controller, t-mobile, taqueria los pericos, ted gioia, the servant, touch type, uicollectionview, uiviewrepresentable, ulysses, vi, wemo plugs
This week Alexis Gallagher returns to geek out on iOS and math. Prompted by askMTJC from Mike Hendley we discuss using keyboards on the iPad and Macs. 7 Awesome Open Source SwiftUI Projects To Inspire You. Mini LED technology will be coming to MacBooks and iPads in the near future. Apple will release at least four new iPhones with 5G and OLED displays. Apple launches Apple Music and well as App and Games Awards. Do we care about new HomeKit integrations? It is now too late to order engraved AirPods Pro for Christmas. Does iOS 13 on iOS and tvOS support Nintendo Switch Pro controllers or not? Paul Hudson reviews the new MBP in terms of Swift compile times. Picks: How to free up space on your developer Mac, The Apollo Guidance Computer, 13 Minutes to the Moon, Ted Gioia’s best Music of 2018 - Apple Music playlist, GymBook, Oura, sleep-tracking Ring. After Show: Apple TV+ shows, Affinity Publisher, Spectre, Moleskin notes and Home Pod.
November 30th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
affinity photo, airpower, alpha go, anagram, big mountain studios, bill nye, black box problem, black friday, book of why, bowling for columbine, counterfactual causation, dad jokes, data detectors, derived data, developer advocates, digital darkroom, disney, eaton centre apple store, feature flags, gordon fontenot, hacking with swift, hey dingus, insta-matic, ios 14, iphone smart battery case, leet speak, magic wand tool, man in the high castle, mandalorian, maple syrup, michael moore, nscache, nscountedset, nsnorth, nsorderedset, nsscanner, nsscreencast, ok boomer, pallindorme, paul hudson, plug-in, python, ray wenderlich, science rules, seattle, shutter button, softbank, springs and struts, startup, swiftui views, translatesautoresizingmaskintoconstraints, uisearchbar, uisearchtoken, wework, zuckerberg
This week we chat about views that seem to be broken in iOS 13. We fact check on Digital Darkroom. WeWork hits a snag and we add some of our favorite Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals. Dad Jokes and other trending memes populate the show. iOS 14 may be rebased with incremental updates with feature flags. X-rays reveal a shutter button on the iPhone Smart Battery Case. We discuss Andy Ibanez' post on new search APIs in iOS 13. Rumor has it that Toronto's Eaton Centre will get a larger Apple Store. Picks: Useful obscure Foundation types in Swift, SwiftUI Views book, The Book of Why.