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.
January 25th, 2019 | 57 mins 20 secs
360idev, 911, any day now, clearance, costco, cronenberg, currentc, data brokers, fastlane, felix krausse, inspect, interac, iphone se, jazzy, joe montana, ken griffey, kilometrage, l/100km, lcd, lithium batteries, metric, metro, microsoft, mythbusters jr, no tap, patriots, privacy, red sox, roles, ruby, rwdevcon, san jose, scanners, super blood wolf moon, super bowl, supply chain, swiftlint, tap to pay, target, terry bradshaw, tim cook, tom brady, tuple, wal-mart, windows 10, windows phone
This week we follow up on fuel economy, Apple Pay coming to Target and other US retailers, Windows Phone is end of life, and Apple is selling the iPhone SE at clearance pricing. Apple is unifying developer roles. Tim Cook on privacy is discussed. Picks: Use a custom "inspect" extension to debug pipelines, Fastlane, New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl