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?
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February 15th, 2020 | 1 hr 16 mins
activesync, amazon, apache 2.0, apple, apple pay, bank of america, bbs, blackberry, breaker, business chat, carbon copy cloner, case sensitive, catalist, control room, convenience, corona virus, crypto, enterprise, file manager, galaxy z flip, graphviz, guy kawasaki, helen heidi pilypas, hewlett packard, iphone 5, kindle, las vegas, mit, n95, nsnorth, objc.io, open banking, open source, pager, paul hudson, plamos, playgrounds, qnx, recovery mode, remarkable people, rene richie, secure enclave, steve wozniak, swift crypto, t2, taika waititi, thinking swiftui, threat model, touch id
We follow up on Breaker and the difference between CryptoKit and Swift Crypto. ‘They know us better than we know ourselves’: how Amazon tracked my last two years of reading. Jaime's adventures in cloning to a new Mac. Apple Pay on pace to account for 10% of global card transactions. Watch apps are getting iAP in watchOS 6.2. Open Banking. Why the iPhone Killed BlackBerry. Open Source Licenses in 2020: Trends and Predictions. The Shapes of Code. Picks: The Apple Color Commentary by Steve Wozniak, Thinking in SwiftUI, Swift Playgrounds on the Mac App Store, Control Room
June 30th, 2018 | 1 hr 44 mins
73, air power, ash furrow, beyond meat, bill coron, black plague, butterfly keys, c++, cement shoes, cocos 2d, ebola, eric idle, excel, fireside.fm, gary shandling, gather around children, geoffrey tambor, google sheets, harley quinn, how do you find the time to do the things that you do?, impossible burger, irving stone, isle sur la sorge, katamari damacy, king crimson, kirk douglas, lexington, loving vincent, lust for life, margot roby, mike daley, paintcode, paris, playdead inside, pond scrum, prime number, scenekit, secure enclave, shawn marston, sky box, sleeping with the fishes, spockcast, suicide squad, the strombo show, tinnitis, udemy, uialertcontroller, unity, vincent, vincent van gogh, welland canal
This week we look at hardware upgrade plans. We look at updating apps and choosing programming languages and frameworks. We follow up on Apple's repair program for faulty keyboards on MacBooks and MacBook Pros, as well as Airbnb's posts about withdrawing from React Native. Apple is hit with fines over "Error 53". Ustwo publishes a report on the first year of Monument Valley 2. Pick: Step into Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night and stay a while. Check it out on the Oculus Go! We discuss how to manage tasks and stay true to your goals. We also discuss the runners up for Top WWDC Videos.