December 12th, 2020 | 1 hr 15 mins
airpods max, apple fitness +, apple one, apple tv remote, apple tv+, apple watch se, autocomplete, aws, b&o, beats, cloudkit, co-lo, control center, core data, ec2 mac, edgar rice burroughs, elago, fastlane, felix krause, fixit, for all mankind, frameit, imagemagick, inside macintosh, james dempsey, john carter, m1, mac mini, maple syrup, mdr 7506, paul hudson, ron wayne, rosetta 2, screenit, silicone, sk hynix, snes, spell checking, sudo, swift version, touch id, u1, uitesting, warranty, xcode, xcode 12.3, zero click
We fact check M1 RAM, and Photoshop on Rosetta2. AskMTJC brings us Story of third Apple founder, Maple spirits, and CloudKit on NSPersistentCloudKitContainer. Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, ipadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps. Apple Fitness Plus will launch on December 14th. Family Setup on Apple Watch is coming to Canada. Xcode 12.3 RC available. iPhone zero-click Wi-Fi exploit is one of the most breathtaking hacks ever. Apple announces $549 AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones, coming December 15th. No U1 chip in AirPods Max. More Apple Silicon leaks. Picks: Fastlane for App Screenshots, James Dempsey made Swift Version for quick reference, 9 Xcode Tips by Paul Hudson, Quick Tip: Enable Touch ID for sudo, Elago Classic Mac Apple Watch charging stands. After Show: App development as Lego.
March 7th, 2020 | 1 hr 15 mins
128 corridor, 1password, 8086, anime, apocalyse, argumentparser, atsui, authenticator, big dig, boston, bts, butterfly keyboard, byte conf, carbon, carbon fibre, cbc, clearview ai, conference, covid-19, developer relations, doritos, f8, facebook messanger, fetchedresultscontroller, fleets, golden ticket, google io, graphport, graphql, hired.com, hockey sticks, init(whatever:_), intel bunnies, ios architecture, isitcancelledyet, james dempsey, jason snell, json decode, library of congress, lottery, mac os classic, macbook, macbook pro 14, macworld, maple syrup, mattt, metro morning, ming-chi kuo, networking, pentium, project lightspeed, quartz2d, rcmp, regent height, remote working, santa clara county, short, sign in with apple, sqlite, sugar maple, sugarbush farms, telepresence, that conference, twitter, vermont, wash your hands, webex, wwdc 2020, wwdc labs, xcconfig
We fact check wooden hockey Sticks and 20M+ registered iOS developers. Google and Amazon limit employees’ travel because of coronavirus fears. Apple highlight's the history of MacBooks in anime. Jaime's search for Maple Syrup leads us to Sugarbush Farms VT. We discuss the obscure init(whatever:_) - GrafPort. Apple has blocked Clearview AI’s iPhone app for violating its rules. Canada’s RCMP admits to using Facial AI after denying it in Jan. The MacBook Pro 14 is predicated by Ming-Chi Kuo. What happens if (and when) Apple cancels WWDC 2020? Project LightSpeed: Rewriting Messenger to be faster, smaller, and simpler. New site Xcode Build Settings by Mattt. James Dempsey's New Xcode Build System and BuildSettingExtractor. Hired.com’s 2020 State of Software Engineers. Picks: Swift.org - Announcing ArgumentParser, Is it cancelled yet? Paul Hudson "Wash your hands like you've been eating Doritos..." Updated Resources and Guidelines for Sign in with Apple. Cover art by Fyodor Bronnikov.
February 29th, 2020 | 1 hr 34 mins
360idev, amazon go, android 11, apex, app store connect, appkit, appstat, arm, ats, birmingham, capital hill, catalina island, chase center, clearview ai, climate change, cocoaconf, concurrency, conferences, dave verver, dionne warwick, dispatch queue, dispatch semaphore, donught holes, facebook home, fender, gibson, google io, green day, growing up tour, gypsy, ice lake, ios 14, ios survey, john reid, korn, larry tesler, les claypool, let’s encrypt, mac pro wheels, macos, maple syrup, masked singer, material design, mccafe, musickit, natalie wood, neomorphism, nodejs, nslock, nsnorth, nsoperation, offerup, pipeda, portamento, primus, privacy commissioner, pthread, red hook brewery, roger waters, rubber duck, rwdevcon, san jose, selfie, semaphone, serial queue, server side, shawn marsten, skeuomorphism, strategic reserves, swift, swiftto, swiftui, tdd, tim hortons, timbits, timespy, unit test, vapor, who’s unimpressed with swift, windows, wwdc, wwdc lottery, xerox parc, yessongs
Friend of the show Shawn Marston visits Tim Hortons in the UK. Google launches the Android 11 Developer Preview. Canadian Privacy Commissioners to Investigate Creepy Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI. Apple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months. RIP Larry Tesler creator of Cut, Copy & Paste. Apple is considering letting users change default email, browser, music apps in iOS. Google is cracking down on Android apps that track your location in the background. The iOS Developer Community Survey. New MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Powerful Update. Check It Out, Sans Checkout: Amazon Opens First Cashier-Less Grocery Store in Seattle. Is neumorphism the big new look for iOS 14? Picks: AppStat, Jon Reid on Twitter: "Look at that… useful testing advice from Apple! "Adding Unit Tests to your Existing Project".
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.
September 21st, 2019 | 57 mins 53 secs
app store search, apple arcade, apple tv+, apple youtube, battery life, battlestar gallactica, belana, big bang theory, billing grace period, blue tooth, brady bunch, castro, ceramic, cheers, cokie roberts, core ml, dark mode, degrassi junior high, dodo peak, eddie cue, fantastic feasts, friends, frogger, gilligan’s island, golden girls, google pixel 3, hbo max, ios 13, ios 13.1, iphone 11, iphone 11 pro, iphone xs, james thompson, konami, lego adventures, machine learning by tutorials, maple syrup, mario lopez, marmite, matthijs hollemans, midnight green, nbc universal, night mode, occam’s razer, octonauts, overcast, pac mac party royal, peacock, phil schiller, plus, pocket casts, princess bride, punky brewster, ric okasek, ryan cash, sam ishmel, saved by the bell, sayonara wild hearts, seinfeld, sensor tower, snowman, sonic racing, subscriptions, super hdr, text selection, thanksgiving, the price is right, tiff 2019, tuvok, unimatrix zero, voiceover, voyager, where cards fall
Apple Arcade is now available to iOS 13 users, we discuss this as well as Apple TV+. It seems the US based Apple Card users have an advantage buying Apple gear. The September event is available on-demand via YouTube. We discuss the early iPhone 11 Pro reviews. Does Apple tip the scales in favour of its own apps? Billing Grace Period Now Available in App Store Connect. Podcast app Pocket Casts is now available for free, with an optional $0.99 subscription. Picks: On-device training with Core ML, Press Kit Pro Tip, Dark Mode — Working with Color Systems.