August 17th, 2019 | 1 hr 16 mins
60hz, abbey jackson, aberswift, advance placement, ap, apple card, arek dreyer, bitrise, black hat, bleeding edge, bloody mary, bonmot, bug bounty, caesar, caesar salad, capsaicin, catalyst by tutorials, ci/cd, clamato juice, coldplay, combine, combine by tutorials, copywrite, cpa, dave grohl, dave matthew band, everyone can code, faa, face id, frank corville, ghost pepper, github actions, habanero, ifixit, ios dev uk, iphone battery, jalapeno, jeff marlow, kalvin lau, kyle newsome, led zeppelin, localtalk, london, lyft, macbook pro battery, marin todorov, mfi, nickelback, nova scotia, nsnorth, objective-c, open doc, phonenet, quinton price, right to repair, samsung note 7, scott gardner, scoville, security, sriracha, stopgap.ca, suica transit card, swift conference to, swift evolution, swiftui by tutorials, telus, the beatles, tim condon, trademark, twitter, usb cable, v8, wallet, worcestershire, x10, zev eisenburg
We follow up on stopgap accessibility ramps, the 2nd top selling band in the US, CPAs, Clarus the Dogcow, meetings friends. colleagues and Fans of the Show at Swift Conference Toronto. We ask if Jaime has even tried a Canadian Caesar. We discuss Apple locking iPhone batteries, GitHub Actions now supports CI/CD, Apple extends its bug bounty program to macOS and $1M. We talk in depth about the History of Clarus the Dogcow. Apple Wallet adds tap-to-use student ID, for food and dorm entry. The FAA bans recalled MacBook Pro 15s from flying. Apple provides special iPhone to security researchers. Also at Black Hat USA 2019, Face ID workarounds and Lightning cables give hackers access to Macs. Should you trademark your app name? Picks: Spicing Up Swift, CS principles in Swift, Combine 101, Combine Data Sources, Hacking Combine
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, women@wwdc, 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 14th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
12 monkeys, air play, annie hart, app review notes, appkit, batman & rubin, bbedit, bill atkinson, black pudding, brazil, captain marvel, chiat day, code styling, conditional breakpoint, data restore, dave verwer, dictionary literals, douglas adams, fizz buzz, gdae, hired.com, icloud backup, interarchy, iphone xr, itunes, jaberwockey 4k, james dempsey, james thompson, jeff rames, key value pairs, lamp, lightbox cc, mac 128k, mac app store, magic trackpad, manchester, marvel, marzipan, moobr, netflix, news+, nigel hamilton, notarize, oakridge apple store, oakridge boys, objective-c, pcalc, podcasts, pounds sterling, pudding, raywenderlich.com, rich seigal, ruby, self selecting surveys, shazam!, steam, stem, steve notes, string interpolation, swift 5, terry gilliam, transmit, uikit, ukelele, wonder park, wwdc, xcodeghost, youtube tv
Greg Heo mocks us with the correct Uke tuning. Can we cuss on this podcast? We bid adieu to App Review Times blog. BBEdit is returning to the Mac App Store. Apple drops the $99 data migration fee. We discuss the annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey. macOS 10.5 with include more Mazipanified apps: Music, Books, Podcasts and TV. tvOS includes more bug fixes. Netflix has killed Air Play support. Starting with macOS 10.14.5, Apple will require notarized apps. Apple updates podcasts web previews — real time follow up: It is fully working as we publish the episode. Fake iPhone returns scam nets $900,000. Picks: What’s New in Swift 5, pCalc, WWDC tips.
March 16th, 2019 | 1 hr 15 mins
ai, apple tv, boeing 737 max 8, brazil, bugs, captain marvel, college admissions, complier, conditional, decem, devries, fidelity, force awakens, gdpr, google, hawley, hibp, hololens, hotel california, input method, james burke, japan, java, ji32k7au4a83, joe ceiplinski, john deandrea, judiciary committee, laserlight, latin, location services, magic leap, maneuvering characteristics augmentation system, marin todorov, mcas, migrator, miss marvel, netflix, objective-c, paddle, pitch down, plane on the highway, python, radar, ronald d moore, sale tax, saturn v, shazam, show time, smart glasses, streaming, swift, swift by sundell, swiftconf.to, tacow, tangible goods, ted kremenek, terry gilliam, texture, the good place, tiff lightbox, time bandits, torrent, triage, trolley problem, unicode, westjet, wifi explorer, zhuyin
We follow up on the Saturn V and pronouncing Roman Numerals. Why 'ji32k7au4a83' Is a Remarkably Common Password. Surprises in the TIOBE Index 2019. We chat about Apple's "It's Show Time" announcement. Is is Apple working on smart glasses? US Sales Tax Changes for software companies. Apple buys AI company, Laserlike. Picks: Safely supporting new versions of Swift, Senator Hawling vs Google Free Services. Apple UK's Why iPhone. Aftershow: Boeing 737 Max 8 and MCAS, Captain Marvel? and college admissions.
March 9th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
2fa, 90210, aaron eckhart, alex trebek, apollo xi, app store review, apple podcasts, apple watch, bug bounty, connections, data centers, dave abrams, doko mo, encryption, facebook, federico viticci, imperial palace, james burke, japan, kanda station, lamp black, lawson, layout anchors, luke perry, lunar module, mazipanify, mean joe green, nick lockwood, nihombashi, objective-c, panku, pasmo, pokemon center, privacy, purple, roth ira, safe area, saturn v, server side swift, sharding, shortcuts, spockcast, suika, swift format, swift lint, swift-format, tempura, tfsa, tokyo, tokyo train station, uiedgeinsets
Our askMTJC touches on VR for healthcare, Roth IRA for tax free saving, and unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch. We follow up on Apple's apology to podcasters, a security researcher hands Apple details of Keychain bug, Facebook lets anyone look you up with your security phone number, and using Safe Area layout margins in Objective-C. Bringing iOS Apps to macOS Using Marzipanify. Facebook demanded hands-off data policy. Picks: Connections, season 1, episode 8, “Eat, Drink, and Be Merry”, Swift Code Formatters, Shortcuts Archive, ServerSide.swift 2018 conference video. After Show: Jaime's review of Japan
November 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 22 mins
3d portrait, @objc, a12 bionic, adam armstrong, adam beck, algorithm, aluminium, american falls, bauxite, bias, big nerd ranch, block syntax, braun, centimeters, champs elise, cobalt, computer science, dot synax, dunning kruger effect, geek bench, generation x, grams, grand central terminal, helium, horseshoe falls, hydro electricity, in app purchase, inches, ipad pro, iphone xr, jason snell, leica, lithium, macbook air, memory management, mikey ward, mind map, moscone west, naughts, niagara falls, objective-c, pounds, properties access, quebec, recycling, rene richie, right to repair, ripley’s believe it or not, s pen, samsung xr, skills matrix, snapping fingers, stockholm, swift, vector
Greg Heo joins Tim for discussions on the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro and iPhone XR. Apple's Recycling on the new MacBook Air is not all that! In App Pricing disappeared from the App Store. Greg visited the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 in search of the folding phone. We discussed the iOS Developer Roadmap. Helium can brick your iPhone. Apple reduces the production line for the iPhone XR. Stockholm nixes Apple Store plans in the Kungsträdgården. Bad algorithms are making inappropriate decisions. Picks: iPad Pro (2018) Review, Teach Yourself Computer Science
August 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 3 mins
10.13.6, 102.1 fm, 10cc, 360idev, alan cross, alanis morrisette, alberquerque, app camp for girls, atlassian, avril lavigne, benzine ring, big nerd ranch, breaking bad, brian eno, buckethead, castle rock, cfny, chris martin, coldplay, confluence, daylight saving time, debbie sterling, dep, down by the river, emma barlow, g suite, goldie blocks, google, hatch chilies, inxs, irc, jesse chartier, jesse hirsh, jira, killing eve, max born, music for airports, mythical man month, netboot, netinstall, neuroplastcity, nuno bettencourt, objective-c, oblique strategies, olivia newton john, rickenbacker, sandra oh, shawn marsten, shawshank, sip, slack, slug, steve vai, t2, tacow, take me to the river, tla, trello, trusted advisor, web and app activity, world war 1
This week we discuss RSUs vs stock options as well as why developers become frustrated. Google tracking continues even after users turn off location tracking. We discuss deploying new MacBook Pros in the enterprise and a hack uncovered that exploits a DEP mac before a user first logs in. Pick: Ongoing History Of New Music Podcast
February 24th, 2018 | 1 hr 7 mins
11.2.6, 1password, alan downey, altered carbon, apple, apple park, arkit, astropad hq, astropad studio, azure, bluemix, computer literacy, cryptocurrency, docker, doping, duck, errors & omissions, gamplaykit, google home, hockey, home brew, homepod, huawei, ios 11, iosref, iphone x, jupiter notebooks, lcc, light saber effect, maltese falcon, mentor, miracle on ice, notch, notes, objective-c, olympics, piercing the veil, python, raymond chandler, richard k morgan, roundabout matt ronge, safe area, samsung, scene editor, scenekit, short track speed skating, skydio r1, spritekit, strategy analytics, swift, swift playground, the big sleep, what is architecture
We start out with news that Apple will require new apps to be written with iOS 11 and iPhone X support. Apple also has gained half of all smart phone sales for the first time, in spite of recent rumors of an iPhone X sales short fall. We look at 1Password, it's support of cryptocurrency and tips and tricks for 1Password organization. We discuss whether learning to program is getting harder. We also open discussion about whether software developer and consultants need errors and omissions insurance. In the after show we look at the HomePods adoption. Picks: Astropad Studio, What is the duck of productivity? and iOS Quick Reference for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch
Photo: Running Fence by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, 1976
August 12th, 2017 | 1 hr 46 mins
a new hope, aliens, coreml, edgar wright, fireside.io, george lucas, harry potter, homekit, iot, not there yet, objective-c, picasso, playgrounds, podcasting, realm, seattle, security, star wars, starbucks, touch bar, watchos 4
We start in on Apple's lightening of HomeKit requirements for manufacturers. We discuss iOS features that haven't been widely reported on. We look at the watchOS 4's frontmost app state and Joe Cieplinski's post on designing of the Touch Bar. Picks: CoreML Helpers, Objective-C Playgrounds, Realm Academy.
July 8th, 2017 | 1 hr 9 mins
debugging, family sharing, iap, ios 11, iphone 8, machine learning, objective-c, password autofill, photobucket, ransom, simulator, touch id, uistackviews, wireless charging, xcode 9
We marvel at the fortitude of new fans who listen to our whole back catalog of shows. We discuss the inability to share IAP with Family Sharing, the most recent iPhone 8 wireless charging and Touch ID rumors as well as PhotoBucket's "ransoming" long time users of there "free" service. We dig into Password Autofill and mechanically converting Objective-C projects to Swift. Picks: Over 150 of the Best Machine Learning, NLP, and Python Tutorials I’ve Found, Laura Savino's tip on Simulator devices, Debugging UIStackViews and iOS 11 lets you scan a router’s QR code to quickly join a network.