October 23rd, 2021 | 2 hrs 12 mins
1password, air pods, amd, apple music, apple support, applecare +, clifford staal, cuckoo’s egg, dolly zoom, equity, fedex, frank zappa, freak out, hdmi, house of moth, imac g4, indie devstock, insanely good, intel, joe cieplinski, lithography, m1 max, m1 pro, macbook air m1, macbook pro 14, magsafe 3, mail in box, monterey rc, notch, pcalc, pegasus, re-cap, salaries, spotify, tech talks 21, thicc, tsmc, unions, voice, xcode 12, xserve g5
This week we discuss dolly focus, mail-in repairs, retrofitting older Macs. 1Password will now let you share passwords with just a link. We dive into the October event where Apple unveils the MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch laptops with M1 Pro and M1 Max Apple Silicon. We discuss the chip architectures as well as Apple Music Voice Plan, new Home Pod Mini and Air Pods. Picks: Salary Negotiation: Make More Money, Be More Valued, TLDR Stock Options, The Pragmatic Engineer Test: 12 Questions on Engineering Culture, Hired Salary Calculator
April 24th, 2021 | 1 hr 31 mins
14.5, 360idev, 5by5, adobe, air tag, apple card family, apple tv 4k, astrazenica, belkin, catalyst, charles gescke, chip, chromecast, deque, earth day, escape key, find my, gender neutral, greyhound, hermes, homekit, ibm selectric, imac 5k, imac pro, ime, intel, james burke, joe cieplinski, john warnock, kennsington, keyboard, lg, liquid pro xdr, m1, m1 ipad pro, many moons, mini-led, motorola startack, o n, ordered sets, patreon, playstation, podcast subscriptions, postscript, purple, purple rain, roger waters, roku, siri, steely dan, subs, surface, swift collection, thunderbolt display, tile, tom hanks, touch id, turkey, turkish, twit, wishbone ash, wolfwalkers, xbox, xerox park, xkcd, youtube
We fact check many moons and remember Dr Charles Geschke. We follow up on 5K iMacs, international keyboards and Apple's Oscar nominations. In the news gender neutral Siri voices, LG, Apple Amazon home automation alliance, and Swift Collections. We cover the Apple Spring Forward event; Apple Card Family, podcast subscriptions, AirTags, color iMac M1, and iPad Pro M1. Picks: Air Tag accessories, Kennsington StudioDock iPad Docking Station, Subs.
November 28th, 2020 | 1 hr 38 mins
5 nanometer, a lead pipe to the kneecaps, app store, apple silicon, bill atkinson, boot camp, commission, createinstallmedia, cryptocurrency, disktop, duns, epic, firestrom core, flipboard, fortnite, geekbench, hazel, hig, icestorm core, intel, internet recovery, ipad, iphone 12 mini, iphone 12 pro mac, juiced, m1, macbook air m1, macbook pro 13 m1, macbook pro 14, macbook pro 16, macpaint, magic keyboard, multifinder, network framework, paul hagerty, readonly friday, recovery partition, rosetta 2, secure enclave, sf symbols, simply accounting, small business, soc, system 6, t2, the register, vmware, windows, wwdc video
We discuss the update design resources for Big Sur and iOS 14. We dissect the App Store Small Business Program. Now that M1 Macs are in the wild we debate the differences and performance. How to reinstall macOS on M1. Redesigned MacBooks With Apple Silicon to Launch in Second Half of 2021. Picks: BizHUB Pro USB-C Multiport Professional Adapter, UltraHUB - USB-C Multiport HDMI Macbook Pro Adapter, 6 in 1 USB-C Macbook Pro Adapter, Life-Line USB-C Cable Combo, Check M1 compatibility for all your Mac apps with this free open source tool, Is Apple Silicon ready? Ready for Big Sur: Introducing 1Password 7.7 for Mac, Is It Read-Only Friday?
Photo; Apple Inc.
September 27th, 2020 | 1 hr 22 mins
1password, a12 processor, acoustic coupler, alibaba, amazon, amd, android wear, angstrom, app: the human story, apple key, apple music, apple park, apple watch, assistant editor, astropad, berkley, brent simmonds, buddy build, charcoal, chris wagner, clifford stoll, cmd shift j, cobra kai, command key, conte, ctrl opt g, cube, dark matter, de enza, firefly, foundation, gdpr, google, home pod, homestead, infinity loop, intel, interpol, jonathan kuehlein, kim alberg, laurel, microns, modem, montage, motorola, nanometer, omni, option click, paper by 53, pencil, podcast, project navigator, quartz, river, rwdevcon, saskatchewan, serenity, siemens, skytrain, southpark, space channel, standard editor, starlost, stuxnet, susan kare, symantec, t shirts, tacow, test backed development, the expanse, topology eyewear, tulip, usatoday, wolfe, workflow, wwdc, xcode, youtube red
This week we follow up on MTJC 2018 T-Shirts and the origins of Apple's Command Key. We also follow up on the Apple Store founders, Apple's GDPR profile downloads, Apple Watch usage and Apple's self driving cars. We discuss the Home Pod sales numbers, erroneous new Siri features, and a sophisticate worm virus and one of the first Internet hackers. We also chat about Apple's own podcasts and their use of original illustrations on the App Store. Picks: A handy Xcode keyboard shortcut to the Assistant Editor and App: the Human Story, Developing UIViews in Xcode Playgrounds and 1Password 7.
Photo: Tim Mitra
Originally broadcast: May 26th, 2018
July 19th, 2020 | 1 hr 24 mins
30 rock, 64 bit, @appstorage, @scenestorage, a4, a6, ableton, adobe, amy pond, apple news, apple silicon, arm, arm core, avenue 5, battery, big sur, catch 22, circle of fifths, cisco ios, clearvue ai, cloudkit, code names, collectionview, combine, cop watch, creative selection, cyberduck, date picker, disney +, european union, every good boy deserves fudge, everyone can code, firebase, gemini man, greyhound, healthkit, home pod, hulu, hvac, icloud core data, intel, ios 13.6, ireland, jumanji: the next level, karen gillan, knives out, lazystack, live link face, macbook pro 14, ming chi kwo, minority report, mythic quest: raven’s banquet, nuemonics, ontarians, opposite over adjacent, palo alto semiconductor, parks and recreation, pathway to apple card, peacock, please excuse my dear aunt sally, power reserve, public beta, qualcomm, rcmp, readme, rene ritchie, rick beato, san jose, saskatchewan, saskatoon, scales and modes, seattlites, shopify, soft bank, sop cah toah, space force, star trek: lower decks, stargate universe, steve breen, swiftui, system on a chip, texteditor, the underdogs, torontonian, ulitmaker cura, unreal, user defaults, what’s new in swift, wwdc12
Friend of the show Dan sports an MTJC face mask and friend of the show Dee asks about CloudKit use. Canadians can now opt out of Clearview AI facial recognition, with a catch. We discuss Big Sur - Working / Not Working Apps. Apple updates coding programs and resources for educators and students. SoftBank mulls sale of Arm Holdings, could Apple be a potential buyer? Apple wins appeal against EU’s $14.9 billion tax bill. Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.6, macOS 10.15.6, and watchOS 6.2.8. Apple files ‘Path to Apple Card’ patent application in Canada. Apple reportedly plans to release 13-inch, 14-inch and 16-inch ARM-based MacBooks. Rene Ritchie: Wrong About the Apple Silicon Mac. Unreal’s new iPhone app does live motion capture with Face ID sensors. What’s new in SwiftUI from Swift with Majid. Creating Lists with Collection View. Picks: List of Apple codenames, Apple promotes working from home in relatable new video featuring ‘The Underdogs’, Circle of Fifths, How To Create A GitHub Profile README, NotificationCenter.Publisher.
June 20th, 2020 | 1 hr 40 mins
adobe illustrator 88, alternative universe, apple a11 monsoon, apple a12 vortex, apple a13 lightning, apple card, apple developer app, arm, ben thompson, blue planet, brian cox, cmos, cnet, company store, coruscant, covid-19, craig federighi, cvs, dark matter, emergency contact, exponent, face id, fifth amendment, fourth amendment, friends of the show, galilean physics, general relativity, geofence warrants, gold master, health app, imei, infinite monkey cage, intel, interest free, interstellar, ios 14, ipad pro, iphone 12, iss, keyless entry, los catos, macos corona, macos laguna, magic keyboard, mammoth lakes, many universes, master branch, mcenery, mentions, metal oxide semi conductor, mir, monterrey, mythical man month, newtonian physics, oura ring, paul hudson, perforce, pinnacles, plaid, project catalyst, quantum computing, quantum mechanics, redwood, rene richie, richard fineman, rincon, san jose, senior developer, sensorvault, sequoia, shell companies, skylab, skyline boulevard, sob story, speed of light, stack, star trek, stingray, stratechery, subversion, svn, swift student challenge, tahoe, tarton, terminal velocity, theory of relativity, tim cook, toronto raptors, touch id, trackpad, trade names, tsmc, twitter poll, twostraws, wwdc, wwdc jacket, wwdc sharing, wwdc12, wwdc13
We fact check on Geofence tools and warrants and how to avoid tracking. We have a Friends of the Show channel on our Slack. Tim's poll results on the next name of macOS are revealed. Jaime recants his WWDC Sob Story. Apple offers interest-free financing on more of its products. What Will macOS 10.16 Be Called: Mammoth, Monterey, Skyline, or Something New? Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro Review: 2 Months Later. Apple, ARM, and Intel. Paul Hudson's WWDC Community: Learning and sharing together. iOS 14: What to expect. Apple updates Developer app to add Mac support ahead of online-only WWDC. Picks: Heroes and Juniors: Increasing Engineering Team Velocity
May 2nd, 2020 | 1 hr 10 mins
affinity photo, app store, apple arm, bluetooth, bumbershoot festival, classic mac, combine, combine all the things, combine in practise, conditional, contact tracking, dark mode, face id, face mask, final cut, forbes, gmail, gordon kelly, grep, habitat, hockey night in canada, hype cycle, intel, ios 13.4.2, james doohan, justin long, lego, lightning to usb 3 camera adapter, mac vs pc, macintosh iivx, mark gurman, nevermind, nfl, nhs, nick heath, notification, nserror, oasis, osx, performa, powerpc, quadra 650, sars, scott gardner, screen printer, shindi, star trek: the animated series, swift 2, swift paris, swiftui, trough of disillusionment, try! swift world, uiwebview, what’s the story morning glory, xcode on ipad, yellow box
We fact check on Mac Iivx, Apple to stop accepting UIWebView apps, Nirvana’s Nevermind on vinyl, and Swift Paris meetup. AskMTJC takes us in the The Trough of Disillusionment, iPad drag and drop programming, and USB adapters for iPad. In the follow up: Apple Aims to Sell Macs With Its Own Chips Starting in 2021. Apple Support app for iPhone and iPad revamped with new interface, Dark Mode, more. Apple Confirms Serious Problem Affecting Mac, iPad, iPhone Users. NHS rejects Apple-Google coronavirus app plan. In the main: How not to write shitty code: Intentional Condition. Apple’s latest iOS beta makes it easier to unlock an iPhone while wearing a face mask. Apple and Google have begun testing their COVID-19 exposure notification API. Picks: Updated Combine Documentation, SwiftUI and Combine All The Things, try! Swift World.
April 20th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
apfs, apple podcasts, apple watch, astrohq, astropad studio, aura pro, boston, castro, cbc spark, cesare rocci, chipotle, cottonbureau, credential stuffing, ctv, datacoup, drag & drop, etch-a-sketch, facebook, fireside, flying buttress, foursquare, game of thrones, gnosticplayers, greg heo, hawaii 5-0, ifixit, intel, ios 13, iphone, jetdrive, jonatan kuehlein, kansas, kerry livgren, luna display, m.2, magnus opus, marquee, matt hogan, megaphone, messenger, mineral rights, norah young, notre dame, nvme, overcast, peace_of_mind, phil earhart, photos app, pocketcasts, podrover, point of no return, porsche, powerbeats pro, prolog, qualcomm, rockman, roundabout, royal ontario museum, safari 13, screen print, sidecar, steve hackett, steve morse, steve walsh, subscriptions, swarm, tedx, teespring, todd mcleland, tom shultz, touch id, transend, truesize, tsmc, volkswagen, wars of the roses, xavier kuehlein
We respond to #askMTJC on podcasts cover art and phones with three back cameras. Apple improves subscriptions to prevent accidental enrollment. Apple and Qualcomm settle multiple claims against each other. A low-end iPhone may be coming in 2020. A hacker has dumped nearly a billion accounts. A new service will let you sell your own data to companies. Facebook Messenger to return to the main app and more. We discuss new features that may come to iOS 13. Apple is planning its own iPad as secondary display like Luna Display. Listening to podcasts on Apple Watch is a sleeper hit. Picks: Photographer takes apart everyday gadgets to reveal their inner workings, How to learn Prolog by watching Game of Thrones. After show: Kansas, the T-shirt saga, Notre Dame and Hawaii.
January 19th, 2019 | 1 hr 6 mins
apple maps, apple music, apple tv, apple watch, bendgate, cb radio, china, cloud kit, compaq, data plans, dot com, duckduckgo, ekg, fisheye, foundation db, home pod, intel, ipad pro, iphone se, itv, key value store, laughy taffy, long haul simulators, mach 5, marzipan, medicare, mileage, motorola razor, national geographic, oled, palm pilot, panorama app, pcalc, polaroid, power pc, powerbook, protocol buffers, qualcomm, telephoto, triple camera, valley of the boom, verizon, walkman, yardage
We fact check on the Apple TV, follow up on avoiding paywalls and iPad Pro bendgate. Is the iPhone going the way of the Polaroid, Walkman and Palm Pilot? Apple is looking to pair the Apple Watch and Medicare. Qualcomm refused to sell chips to Apple. The HomePod is launching in China and Apple introduces a new battery case for the new phones. Foundation DB introduces a record layer. Verizon is giving away Apple Music. DuckDuckGo rolls out private location services with Apple Maps JS. Apple will introduce 3 new phones in 2019 and should the employ the new iPad Pro design on the phones? Picks: UI Sound Inspiration, Programing Dad Jokes, ICanHazDadJokes API.
June 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
adam armstrong, advanced debugging, advanced debugging book, android studio, apfs, arkit 2, audrey tam, august lock, big nerd ranch, bill graham, boot camp, buzz aldrin, cne grandstand, collections, create ml, crusty, cryptocurrency, dann beauregard, dark mode, dave abrams, david okun, david sinclair, derek selander, designing fluid interfaces, doobie brothers, dropbox, e-ticket, ed arenberg, grande, grateful dead, half moon bay, hfs+, ibm watson, intel, jackson browne, james dempsey & the breakpoints, jefferson airplane, jim dalrymple, kelvin lau, kitura, llvm, marzipan, massey hall, michael macdonald, mojave, monterey, moscone west, network.framework, non-destructive, ok go, os.signpost, os_log, paul simon, philips hue, photoshop, pixelmator, playgrounds, presido, robert plant, rosetta, rube goldburg, ry cooder, santa cruz, server side swift, siri shortcuts, spark, steely dan, strombo, swift package manager, the warfield theater, turi create, victoria heric, walter becker, watch points, wwdc 2018, xcode 10, xctest
We follow up with Mark about his experiences at WWDC 2018 and we discuss some of our favorite sessions. Mark gives shout outs to Victoria Heric, Ed Arenberg, David Sinclair and Dann Beauregard. We follow up on Apple banning apps that sell user's contact info. Audrey Tam has published a tutorial on Create ML. Apple is also banning apps that do cryptocurrency mining. We discuss a Swift for Android solution. Tim installs macOS Mojave to tryout Dark Mode. We discuss a video on 50 + macOS Mohave changes. We look at Marzipan in Mojave. Mark regales us with week at WWDC 2018. We both discuss our favorite WWDC sessions. Picks: What’s new in Swift 4.2, Pixelmator for iOS, Server Side Swift with Kitura tutorial.