October 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 14 mins
501st legion, affinity designer, all creatures great and small, amazon, apple tv, apple watch, application loader, astropad studio, autonomous, bbc america, capital one, carrie fisher, cbc, christoper eccleston, command shift 5, computer vison, david tennant, deep fakes, dr who, eaton’s centre, gallifrey, gdpr, geek bench, genius bar, google, ifixit, illustrator, iphone battery, jon pertwee, logic pro x, louis rossman, luna display, machine learning, matt smith, michael jackson, nest camera, non-hodgkin’s lymphoma, nordstrom’s, palo alto, paul allen, peter capaldi, peter cushing, peter davidson, photoshop, privacy, repairs, right to repair, secrets & lies, series 2, shana scarlett, skydio r1, sonic screwdriver, space tv, star trek: discovery, supergirl, swift & fika, tardis, tesla, tls, tom baker, two factor authentication, william hartner, yorkdale mall
We follow up on watching Dr Who in the US without cable, iOS 12 adoption is greater than iOS 11 a year ago, FaceBook will in fact track you via Portal in-home. Apple plans to give video content away to Apple device owners for free. We dig in on the cost to repair Apple gear; the right to repair and past examples of Apple's efforts to improve experience at the cost of speed. Adobe has announced Photoshop CC for iPad. Apple will allow users in the US to download all the info Apple has on them. Picks: Watch Apple, Amazon, Google & Tesla solve delivery problems, Cmd-Shift-5, Luna Display, The Illustrated TLS Connection, Swift & Fika 2018, Skydio’s self-flying drone can now be controlled using just an Apple Watch.
February 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 22 mins
amazon, core data, dragon’s den, earnings, google home. duckduckgo, heat map, iphone x, jonathan kuehlein, kevin o’leary, lead developer, lee valley tools, mac pro, mark ii, mycroft ai, privacy, roll up the rim, rwdevcon, saul mora, scroll up to win, shark tank, strava, super cycle, swift cloud workshop 3, tim hortons
This week we look back at Saul Mora's Core Data trick at RWDevcon 2015. We follow up on Apple's 2018 Q1 earnings, the last of a super cycle and parking self-driving slippers. We discuss how Strava's heat map exposes popular exercise locations. We also talk about Mycroft AI's privacy-first smart speaker. We discuss app rejections stemming from the use of Apple's emojis in screenshots. Picks: Activating an Audio Session, Tim Horton's Scroll Up To Win
October 22nd, 2017 | 1 hr 5 mins
cryptonomicon, face id, freedos, gord downy, iphone 6 plus, iphone x, itunes, krak, main thread checker, mike ash, neil stevenson, privacy, soft windows, the tragically hip, three finger drag, wpa2
This week Mark and Tim give #askMTJC advice on updating Xcode 9 and it's benefits. They also discuss the FreeDOS project. Tim discusses Mike Ash's suggestion of wiping the iPhone 6 Plus and reinstalling iOS 11. iPhone X devices start to ship out in advance of new orders. KRAK is a new WPA2 exploit that affects all users and is being patched. Senator Al Franken queries Apple about Face ID and privacy. Picks: Xcode Main Thread Checker, Three Finger Drag, iTune 12.6.3
October 14th, 2017 | 1 hr 9 mins
1password, amazon, apple, canada, continuum, exquifax, fatal errors, felix krause, high sierra, house of cards, irs, jonathan kuehlein, josh michaels, klingons, lexa doig, lexa droig, monday night football, mr robot, ms-dos, netflix, p'wned, privacy, security, star wars, the last jedi, tribbles, troy hunt, ui guidlines
We follow up on updates to Apple's UI Design Guidelines, the History of MS-DOS, and the cities vying to be Amazon's second head quarters. We also discuss the IRS's contract with Equifax and Netflix' PR issues with respect to Canadian taxes. We cover the improved display of fatal errors in Xcode 9. The reverse engineering of High Sierra's supplemental update exposes a flaw. iOS privacy has also come under fire as proof of concept by Felix Krause demonstrates the ease of stealing an Apple ID password. Picks: Useful Xcode breakpoint and the Memory Graph Debugger
October 7th, 2017 | 1 hr 22 mins
arkit, bondi beach, felix krause, ios 11, nslocationalwaysandwheninuseusagedescription, pink floyd, popsicle stick grenade, privacy, safari webviewcontroller, swift, tom petty, uirequireddevicecapabilities, watch lte, waters
We answer #askMTJC posts on Bondi pronunciation and popsicle stick App Store logo. We follow up on changes to the Safari Web ViewController, and privacy changes in iOS 11. We also follow up on a review of the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE. More information on designing and supporting for the new iPhone X sizes and a large roundup on iPhone X features is presented. Finally we follow up on UIRequiredDeviceCapabilities which sets the required support for ARKit on the App Store. We discuss the call for Apple to activate FM chips by the FCC. We quickly cover Google's product announcement. We discuss Felix Krause's addition for detecting location by using information in a user's Photos. Picks: iOS Architecture Generator, Code Folding in Xcode 9, and NSLocationAlwaysAndWhenInUseUsageDescription. In the after show we Jaime's talk at Swift Cloud Workshop as well as Amazon's search for a second head quarters.
April 2nd, 2017 | 46 mins 31 secs
alt-conf, app reviews, cocoaconf, patent, privacy, swift, tunnelbear, vpn, wwdc, wwdc 2017
We follow up with the iPhone and Mac merging as Apple patents a dock-able iPhone. We also follow up on guard vs if. We discuss writing high-performance Swift code and the ability of developers to respond to app reviews is now live. Apple's WWDC website also include a code of conduct and info on child care services during the conference. The WWDC site also lists concurrent conferences happening nearby including Alt-Conf and CocoaConf Around the Corner. Picks: Xcode keyboard shortcuts for testing and TunnelBear.