January 26th, 2020 | 1 hr 14 mins
1 u, airpods, andy bargh, anno domini, app annie, apple archive, apple card, apple ii, apple tv+, blackberry, bric, c++ 20, carlton, cbs all access, children of mars, college, color bump 3d, coronavirus, crossy road, data center, dev degree, dominic monahan, encryption, fortan, freshbooks, gaming, gen z, homepod, icloud, intelligent tracking, iphone x, jet.com, jetbrains, kotlin, lemmings, macbook pro 16, macintosh office, macworld boston, mandalorian, microsoft edge, netflix, nokia, open banking, picard, powerbook g4, quicken, rack mount, rackspace, retail, safari, shopify, short circuit, short treks, spockcast, star trek discovery, subscriptions, swift for tensorflow, swiftui, titanium, touch bar, trouble with edward, tunein radio, university, wal-mart, wealthsimple, wuhan, york u
We follow up on AD and BC, HomePod in use, Dominic Monaghan, MacWorld Boston and Swift Developments by FoS Andy Bargh. Apple’s rack-mounted Mac Pro variant is now available to order. Download New Microsoft Edge Browser. Fun With Charts: A decade of Apple growth. Kids Hack AirPods. App tracking alert in iOS 13 has dramatically cut location data flow to ad industry. Where programming languages are headed in 2020. FORTRAN.io. State of Mobile 2020. Wealthsimple looks to be Canada’s Apple Card, launches metal Visa. Picks: Shopify Dev Degree, The (Unofficial) Apple Archive, How to fix and restart the Touch Bar when it stops working, Apple Card users can now download monthly transactions in a spreadsheet.
July 13th, 2019 | 1 hr 24 mins
12 inch macbook, 13 card chinese poker, 2015 macbook pro 15, 32 gb ram, apple entrepreneur camp, binding, bondi blue imac g3, butterfly keyboard, cadisplaylink, collection types, combine, cricket, deanza college, design accelerator, face id, flint center, fontawesome, gatekeeper, gil amelio, go, halt and catch fire, her story, icloud, insider.com, ipad pro, jake, japan, john scully, logan paul, macbook escape, macbook pro, macdonalds, man in the middle, michael fassbender, michael spindler, ming chi kuo, mls, moore’s law, nsdictionary, nsnull, nstimer, objective-c, pcalc, periscope, pokertini, power mac g4 cube, privacy, property wrappers, python, recall, scissor switch keyboard, secure id, sentinel, seven eleven, sfsymbols, shanghai, sign in with apple, silent update, sir jony ive, skype, soccer, steve jobs, stranger things, swizzling, team usa, texas hold’em, tik tok, twentieth aniversary macintosh, usb mouse, usb-c, vine, webex, [email protected], zinga poker, zoom
We follow up on Sir Jony Ive's early innovations; Power Mac G4 Cube, Twentieth Anniversary Mac and USB (Hockey Puck) Mouse. Tim rememberers CADisplayLink. We also follow up on Apple's Design and Development Accelerator in Shanghai, a new scissor switch keyboard is coming for the MacBook Pro, and 4 major reasons why the MacBook Pro's suck. Apple discontinues the 12-inch MacBook and bumps up the MacBook Air with TueTone and adds TouchBar to the entry level MacBook Pro 13. Apple also cut SSD prices in half. The birthplace of the Mac & iPhone Flint Centre is to be demolished. Apple pushes a silent update to the Zoom apps. We discuss the 2015 MacBook Pro Battery Recall Program. 7-Eleven Japan shut down its mobile payment app. Face ID and Touch ID might be used to sign onto iCloud in iOS 13 Beta. Apple to ditch FaceID with through-screen Touch ID? Swift Property Wrappers by NSHipster. Picks: Stranger Things-inspired retro trip to Windows 1.11, Apple’s Texas Hold’em game returns to the iPhone, SF Symbols Reference, TikTok, nil. We also reminisce about Objective-C collections.
April 7th, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
air pods, air power, almond braces, anaglyphs, apple care, avengers: end game, black air pods, captain marvel, codemobileuk, colorware, concert for george, conde nast, cult of mac, d-box, debian, disk utility, disk warrior, drupa, egon spengler, erica sadun, hawaii, iap, ibanez, icloud, imakoo, interoperability, ipad, iphone xi, james dempsey, jason mewes, jennifer bailey, joaquin pheonix, joker, kevin smith, la times, mac iicx, macworld 2010, mklinux, new jersey, news+, newton, norton utilities, portrait mode, power beats pro, quadra 700, raywenderlich podcast, retrospect, russian doll, samsung, seattle, shazam, ssd, swift style, symantec, terry gilliam, the guardian, the secret stash, time machine, ukulele, umbrella academy, utf8, wasserman, wwdc
MTJC listeners are spotted at Codemobile UK. Apple throws in the towel on the Air Power. Facebook developer partners abandon user's data on AWS. News+ gains 200,000 early users in a week. ColorWare is Now Selling Apple's AirPods in 58 Colors. Leaked iPhone 11 schematics seem to support square triple-camera design. Swift 5 includes UTF-8 String. Samsung offering trade ins on Apple phone for discounts. Powerbeats Pro announced. Picks: Swift Style, 2nd Ed. Erica Sadun
June 2nd, 2018 | 1 hr 40 mins
1password, 360 idev, aaron douglas, agilebits, airplay 2, altconf, animoji, ashley nelson-hornstein, ats, auttomatic, basso, borg, buddy build, burrito, castle, cherry picking, chip & pin, clifford stoll, cloud kit, curtis herbert, dark mode, dispatch queue, drag and drop, dub dub san jose, eddie cue, energy efficiency, ethernet adapter, fastlane, felix krause, flappy birds, flappy filipe, font, git k, home pod, https, hybrid apps, icloud, imac pro, imessage, ish, john gruber, jony ive, kgb, kline bottles, letraset, loop bash, marco armet, mchenry, metal, metal by tutorials, mobius, moscone, ncr, nova, panic, qos, quebec, rebase, rob napier, safari, san francisco, san jose, saroush, secure id, security kit, selfie, siri, siri kit, size class, sjmacindie, source tree, susan kare, tencode ten, tiny wings, tmobile, true depth camera, typeface, vesa, watch faces, wey han, wireless debugging, workflow, wwdc, wwdc parties, xcode 3d, xcode bots
We are joined by Greg Heo as we look ahead and suggest what Apple may introduce at WWDC 2018. We follow up on the Command key icon, castle connection, as well as Clifford Stoll and the Cockoo's Egg. Jaime uncovers
⌘+Ctrl+Shift+Hto find a methods callers. Tim relays early experience drawing and designing typefaces in the early days of Mac. AirPlay 2 gives the HomePod the ability to have multi-room and stereo audio. HomePod launching in Canada, France, and Germany. Felix Krause thinks apps should be in a network sandbox. App Insight attempts to expose 3rd party framework use. Genius Bar Broke an iMac Pro. We lay down our best guesses about where Apple will go with WWDC 2018. Picks: How to debug your mobile hybrid app on iOS, Beacon - Signal Availability by Ashley Nelson-Hornstein, Prioritize Work with Quality of Service Classes.
March 30th, 2018 | 1 hr 33 mins
101 keyboard, alicia goranson, app camp for girls, apple business manager, apple configurator 2, becky conspiracy, belkin, cambridge analytica, charles proxy for ios, chuck lorre, cisco, classroom, crayon, dep, f#, gibson, git tower, graham nash book, ibook author, icloud, iot, java, jim reeves, laurie metcalf, linda perry, linksys, logitech, magic mouse, magic trackpad, mdm, melissa gilbert, minimoog model d, mitm, mobe.e, nonce, number pad, pacific rim: uprising, promotion, qi, ready player one, remington, roseanne, sara gilbert, sarah chalke, schoolwork, scrubs, service battery, sosumi, sourcetree, sun microsystems, townhall with msnbc - tim cook, women who code
We start with our T-shirt poll results. We discuss Apple Business Manager (beta), the loss of the macOS startup chime, Foxcon to acquire Belkin, Apple's new Space Grey accessories for Mac and Google's loss to Oracle for Java rights. We focus on the Apple Education Event: new iPad, Logitech Crayon, iBook Author rolled into Pages, Apple's Classroom and Schoolwork apps. Picks: Minimoog Model D for iOS, Charles Proxy for iOS, Git Tower (beta)
February 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
air play 2, amazon echo dot, amazon show, ash furrow, boston dynamic, fletcher munson curves, frequency response, google home, google translate, home pod, icloud, ish, joe cieplinski, newton message pad, palm pilot, siri, skydio, skydio r1, timer, visual intertial odometery
We start of looking at Boston Dynamic's robots that can team up, open doors and leave a room. We dig into the Home Pod, with perspectives from @Ish and Joe Cieplinski posts. Jaime has received his Home Pod and compares to his other digital children, Amazon Dot, Amazon Show and Google Home. He discusses placement, the sound, set up and low level performance. Home Pod is also making impressions on oiled wood furniture. We also have a audiophile's review of the Home Pod. Picks: Apple put together three short videos to explain how to use your new HomePod, HomePod User Guide, Google Translate by Google, Inc., Skydio R1