May 30th, 2020 | 1 hr 36 mins
367 release notes, altconf, amazon upload, android, application uploader, atypical, build times, china, cmd shift j, covid-19, crash course, ctrl cmd r, curtis herbert, dark mode, dave okun, derived data, dino project, dom parser, edmonton, feedly, frameworks, gene goykman, graphite, i’m that guy, joe cieplinzki, kylo loco, macbook air 11, macbook pro 13, magic keys, magsafe, maui, microsoft build, netnewswire, netnewwire, nhl, o2 levels, offload app, paleontologist, paul hudson, playoffs, pro repo update, release notes, rss reader, sax, seattle marner, showbuildoperationduration, sidecar, swift to, swift ui, the last dance, toronto raptors, touch bar, transporter, ultimate tag, visual studio code, xamarin forms, xcode
We celebrate our 300th recorded episode. We fact check SwiftTO 2020 online conference and the Dino Project. Tim expresses his instant love of the Safari's Track Bar tab scrubber which speeds up navigation. Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) multi-platform. Our voice over guy posts to Facebook about his recent COVID-19 infection. We discuss Xcode build times and short cut to display the build time. Apple iOS app updates were being re-issued for unknown reasons. Why NetNewsWire is Fast. Faster Dark Mode on macOS courtesy of Gene Goykhman. Tim discusses his experience with the 2020 MacBook Pro 13, comparing it to previous Track Bar MacBook Pros and MacBook Air models. We also discuss Sidecar as an external monitor. Picks: The Derived Data Dance, run without building shortcut Ctrl - Cmd - R, Android Crash Course for iOS Devs.
April 20th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
apfs, apple podcasts, apple watch, astrohq, astropad studio, aura pro, boston, castro, cbc spark, cesare rocci, chipotle, cottonbureau, credential stuffing, ctv, datacoup, drag & drop, etch-a-sketch, facebook, fireside, flying buttress, foursquare, game of thrones, gnosticplayers, greg heo, hawaii 5-0, ifixit, intel, ios 13, iphone, jetdrive, jonatan kuehlein, kansas, kerry livgren, luna display, m.2, magnus opus, marquee, matt hogan, megaphone, messenger, mineral rights, norah young, notre dame, nvme, overcast, peace_of_mind, phil earhart, photos app, pocketcasts, podrover, point of no return, porsche, powerbeats pro, prolog, qualcomm, rockman, roundabout, royal ontario museum, safari 13, screen print, sidecar, steve hackett, steve morse, steve walsh, subscriptions, swarm, tedx, teespring, todd mcleland, tom shultz, touch id, transend, truesize, tsmc, volkswagen, wars of the roses, xavier kuehlein
We respond to #askMTJC on podcasts cover art and phones with three back cameras. Apple improves subscriptions to prevent accidental enrollment. Apple and Qualcomm settle multiple claims against each other. A low-end iPhone may be coming in 2020. A hacker has dumped nearly a billion accounts. A new service will let you sell your own data to companies. Facebook Messenger to return to the main app and more. We discuss new features that may come to iOS 13. Apple is planning its own iPad as secondary display like Luna Display. Listening to podcasts on Apple Watch is a sleeper hit. Picks: Photographer takes apart everyday gadgets to reveal their inner workings, How to learn Prolog by watching Game of Thrones. After show: Kansas, the T-shirt saga, Notre Dame and Hawaii.