July 3rd, 2021 | 1 hr 9 mins
accessibility, air tags, app store optimization, apple arcade, apple store, arc, async await, at&t, bon mot, bondi blue, chemical brothers, cliff notes, completion handler, coreaudiod, ctv news, dark mode, delta variant, digital lounges, docc, don melton, github companion, heat dome, imac m1, iphone, iphone 12, iphone 3g, iphone 4s, khtml, konqueror, large titles, leo laporte, lockdown, look again, lost in space, macbreak, marques brown, mkbhd, monterey, office x, pcalc, powerpc, rene richie, rogers, safari, san francisco, scales & modes, steve jobs, swift package index, swift playgrounds, use your loaf, vaccinated, vancouver, visual codes, webkit, what’s new in swift, widget, will & kate, withcheckcontinuation, wwdc, wwdc viewing guide
We fact check MKBHD, Air Tags, Visual Codes app, and Lavell Crawford. The iPhone shipped 14 years ago and WebKit was released 20 years ago. 100M iPhone 12 were purchased. Wrapping completion handlers into async API. GitHub Copilot · Your AI pair programmer. What's new in SwiftUI. Using SwiftUI’s AsyncImage to render remote images from URLs. What's New in iOS 15 for App Store Optimization. Picks: WWDC21Lounges, WWDC 2021 Viewing Guide, Swift Package Index.
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June 11th, 2021 | 2 hrs 18 mins
@viewbuilder, accessibility, accessibilityrepresentation, actors, airplay on mac, apfs, app library, apple card, apple records, apple script, arkit, astra zenica, async/await, attributed strings, august lock, automator, avkit, beatles, beats powerbeats3, best in class, better call saul, boarding pass, buddy build, buttons, cannery row, circle ci, compileswift, continuous integration, cowbell, craig federigi, dave verwer, demystifying swiftui, dev tools lounge, developer documentation, digital id, digital lounges, disney park passes, dispatch queues, docc, empowerapps, facetime, focus, formatters, foundation, gcd, gitlab, grammar agreement, hand pose, healthkit, home kit, home pod mini, hotel keys, huell babineaux, imac m1, instagram, ios 15, ios dev directory, ipados 15, it’s like arc for threading, jazzy, john steinbeck, jordan morgen, json selector, lidar, live text, mac os 8, macintosh system software, maps, mare of easton, matter, mkbhd, monterey, multitasking, nest doorbell camera, notifications, obj, object capture, ocr, platform state of the union, play-doh touch, privacy, private relay, qr code, quick note, quicktime vr, rakuten, rotor, safari, sal saghoian, sfsymbols, shareplay, shazamkit, shortcuts, sign in with apple, siri intercom, sortdescriptors, sosumi, sound classifier, source docs, spacial audio, square reader, string(localized: ), studio gibley, swift concurrency, swift package manager, swift playgrounds, table, tablecolumn, testflight for the mac, tsa, u1, universal control, usdz, visual debugger for metal, wallet, watch party, weather app, widgets, wwdc, wwdc keynote, wwdc rumors, xcode cloud
We are joined by Evan K Stone and Leo Dion as we talk about the WWDC Keynote and the Platform State of the Union sessions. We fact check on Astra Zenica shots, and follow up on Sosumi, Apple product reviews, struggles with Apple Card, noisy audio while running Xcode, and people annoyed that they sold their M1's ahead of WWDC. Picks: Leo Dion's Orchard Nest site, PlayDoh Touch Shapes Studio, JSON Selector Generator, Jordan Morgan’s Best In Class iOS App Book, Why There are Now So Many Shortages (It's Not COVID).
April 25th, 2020 | 1 hr 59 mins
amazon echo, apple iii, apple tv, bandai, bezier tool, bluetooth, cocoapods, color set, dark mode, dark side of the moon, dave grohl, david gilmour, daystar, denise crosby, derived data, ferrite, flac, fresco premium, gil amelio, google home, health storylines, home pod, hype cycles, hyperskills.org, ipados 14, iphone 12 pro, iphone se, ipod hi fi, jetbrains, jody whittaker, john gruber, john scully, kim’s convenence, kotlin, lc 520, lidar, lisa, logitech create, m4a, mac tv, macintosh xl, magic keyboard, mp3, nevermind, newton, nhs, ongoing history of new music, performa, photoshop on ipad, ping, pippin, power computing, power mac 6100, power mac g4 cube, powerbook 5300, preference key, quadra 650, reduce, remote work, rene ritchie, rob whitaker, simulator, sirius xm, soundcity, splitviewcontroller, spotify, swift playgrounds, swiftui, tam, taylor swift, the loop, vinyl, wkwebview, xcode on the ipad
We fact check on Bluetooth, the NHS, Denise Crosby and Jodi Whittaker. We dig into the Hype Cycle in the follow up. The iPhone 12 Pro has be leaked in a 3D rendering. Picking apart iPadOS 14 reveals that Xcode may be coming to the iPad this summer. We follow up on Apple's road apples, including the Home Pod. John Gruber doesn't initially like the Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro but comes around. Rene Ritche does a deep tech dive into the new iPhone SE. Apple had invited select developers to an accessibility webinar. In the main we look at View Communication Patterns in SwiftUI. We also look at the Remote Work Report by GitLab. Picks: JetBrains Academy: Get Ready To Become A Professional, Health Storylines, Adobe's Photoshop and Fresco for iPad are now bundled for $10 a month, adding Dark Mode, code clean up and TestFlight public beta links added to Device Tracker.
December 21st, 2019 | 1 hr 54 mins
1password, 64-bit a7, air pods, air power, amiga, angela arehns, apfs, apple card, apple music, apple news, apple park, apple pay, apple pencil, apple store, apple tv, apple watch series 5, appletv apps, arkit, atari 800, atp, basic, bbedit, beats, brian cox, butterfly switch, c++, carekit, cdev, christmas story, classroom kit, commodore pet, continuity, coreml, cupertino, disktop, eaton centre apple store, et, faceid, fork, gremlins, home pod, homekit, hype cycle, ibm, imac pro, inits, ios 13.3, ios 7, ios in the car, ipad mini, ipad pro, ipados, iphone 11, iphone 11 pro, iphone 4, iphone 5c, iphone 6 plus, iphone se, iphone x, keyboard, kitura, lifelabs, lightening, mac mini, mac osx lion, mac pro, macbook, macbook air, macbook pro 16, macbook pro retina, macintosh ii, macos, maps, mavericks, movies that made us, multi finder, national lampoon, new zealand herald, nfc, picard, plateau of productivity, powermac 7100, privacy, rene richie, rf modulator, rick and morty, ring camera, rocky horror picture show, router, scott forestall, server side swift, short trek, shortcuts, simon syneck, siri, slope of enlightenment, star wars, steve jobs theater, swift for good, swift playgrounds, swift.org, swiftui, tcc, the goonies, the trough of disillusionment, today at apple, totp, toys that made us, transparency consent control, uwb, voice control, walt mossburg, watchos, webauthn, wwdc, xeon, yubikey
As the 2010's end, we debate when the decade ends. We fact check iOS 13.3's fix on UWB bug and ATP increments. We follow up on TCC, and the $100K Mac Pro. iDevices get key-based protection, webAuthn, IBM Workgroup Updates on Swift.org, Hype Cycles, and a cheaper Apple Arcade cost are also covered. We look back at the last 10 years of Apple innovation, news and changes. Amazon, Google, Apple and the Zigbee Alliance to develop connectivity standard. Picks: Swift For Good, Fork - a fast and friendly git client for Mac and Windows.
October 5th, 2019 | 50 mins 35 secs
1password, ad astra, agilebits, allow apps from anywhere, big endian, black hat, bob dylan, canadian dollar, caveman debugging, checkm8, class, code completion, combine, copy by reference, copy by value, copy on write, corgi, dev.to, expecations, function builders, greta, heap, hendrix experience, hotwheels, inglorious bastards, int8, interviews, john sundell, journey to the far side of the sun, lancia, little endian, macpaw, marin todorov, mark ambrose, matchbox, mattel, memory viewer, omg cable, on boarding, penbook, pencilkit, property wrappers, quentin tarantino, ryan nystrom, setapp, space 1999, sr&ed, stack, star wars, struct, swift playgrounds, swiftui, the great escape, the musical box, thunderbirds, top gear, try combine, tyco, worcester
We fact check on Apple costs, SR&ED, and Matchbox. In the follow up we name check Worcestershire, the OMG Cable, and the Checkm8 exploit. We review Swift Memory Management and Performance. Swift Playgrounds on iPad adds SwiftUI, iOS 13 SDK and Combine support. Picks: Reverse Interview, Catalina tip - download apps from anywhere, PenBook built with SwiftUI, PencilKit and iPadOS, Xcode Spell Chec, and Combine Function Builders.
June 1st, 2019 | 1 hr 44 mins
a round, abi stability, alexa, apollo 11, app store, app store connect, arcade, beacon, bobby orr, bruins, burritos, clive thompson, coders, conffriends, confirmation bias, core data, core ml 3, cortana, costco, create ml ios, create ml2, creative cloud, dave verwer, diffing, dropbox, dubdub+, ec2, eddie cue, embrace, facebook, fitbitpay, flipboard, gambling, gamekit, github, google home, habitant, in app purchase, ios, ios 13 dark mode, iosdevjobs, iosdevweekly, ipad, iphone se, jonathan kuelein, keynote, luna display, mark pavlidis, marzipan preview, mobileme, mta, multiple users, music and tv, namrata banekar, nes classic, nfc, nora young, nsfetchedresultscontroller, nyc, parties, petstore.com, phil shoemaker, raptors, rejection, royal wedding, sean allen, services apis, siri skills, size classes, sjmacindie, spark, spritekit, stanford, startup, subscriptions, swift playgrounds, tacow, the mighty scale beast, thoughtbot, trudeau, tvos, twitch tv, virtual assistant, virtual queueing, watchos, wwdc app, wwdc bingo, wwdc lottery, wwdc videos, xcode for ipad
It's no surprise that WWDC is the main subject of the episode. We follow up on Mark Pavlidis' talk on subscriptions. We follow on another post about troubles dealing with App Store Connect. The App Store has also published their Principles and Practices. We discuss Swift 5.1's Ordered Collection Diffing. We retell our WWDC ticketing experiences around Jaime's 'My WWDC Sob Story'. Apple Pay debuts on NYC's MTA. Flipboard adds yet another password breach. Worldwide Costco Tour 2019. Announcing GitHub Sponsors. Candid Advice For Those Joining The Startup World. Gender bias supported by female voiced assistants. Canada's PM Trudeau warns of 'meaningful financial consequences' for social media giants. iOS 13 Dark Mode, Music and TV apps screenshot leaks. We discuss what we wish to be announced at WWDC and what we think is likely to be announced at WWDC? Picks: Join Sean Allen as he posts his live WWDC reactions on TwitchTV. WWDC by Sundell. iOS Dev Jobs. Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World. Creative Cloud trial. After show: WWDC events.
December 9th, 2017 | 1 hr 15 mins
@objc, amazon prime video, apple pay cash, apple search ads, apple tv, automated clearing house, dynamic, echo base, ipad mini 4, open-source, proton mail, ritual, swift playgrounds, venmo, visitor center, xcode 9.2
We take a look at the iPad Mini 4 and Swift Playgrounds as well as Apple Search Ads. We follow up on @objc and dynamic in Swift 4 as well as more tips on reducing Swift compile times. We dive into Apple Pay Cash which rolled out this week. The Amazon Prime Video app showed up on the Apple TV this week. Picks: Proton Mail, Apple's open-source Utility Library, Apple's Visitor Center field trip