November 9th, 2019 | 1 hr 35 mins
30 rock, active directory, admob, adobe bridge, adobe draw, appl, apple tv+, bluetooth, bundling, catalina, chris wagner, chromium edge, citrix, coinbase, creative cloud, dave mark, dibs, dibstone, electron, entomology, etimonline.com, etymology, fcc, firebase, first man, fitbit, fuad, gamehub, google, google home, greg heo, hacking with swift, http/2, jaywalking, jessy cruikshank, john knoll, kuler, layer mask, mac pro, machine learning, mage gauntlet, managed device, mdm, mems, microsoft edge, mtv canada, o365, owc, pedestrian, phillip schoemaker, photography plan, photos, photoshop on ipad, psd, quicktime player 7, richmond bc, see, self driving, snoopy, solar sail, swift.org, swiftui cheatsheet, tesla, the future is scary, the morning show, the right stuff, the trolley car, tim cook, toolchain, training, uber car, virtualbox, vmware fusion
This time we have Toolchain, Halloween AirPods, and RIP QuickTime Player 7. Tim Cooks says we may have bundles, Google buys FitBit, FCC passes new Mac Pro, online etymology, we follow up on Apple TV+ trial, GameClub, and PhotoShop on iPad, Apple privacy updates, and Uber car kills jaywalker. You cannot submit Electron 6 or 7 apps to the App Store. Microsoft’s Edge Chromium browser will launch on January 15th. Apple Push Notification Service Update. Apple TV+ first impressions and a new look for Apple privacy. Picks: Researchers hack Siri, Alexa, and Google Home by shining lasers at them, SwiftUI Cheat Sheet, Photoshop on iPad 🎉.
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
October 27th, 2018 | 1 hr 3 mins
5g, air power, amber mac, andrew jassy, android, apple pencil, at&t, baby boomer, beautygate, becky, bloomberg, bose, boston red socks, cbs allaccess, cdmi, debugging, dep, derek selander, dlc, dr who, duke of york, edm, eec, emily litella, face id, g3, game of thrones, gdpr, gen x, generation axe, george r r murray, golfing with the blue jays, gsm, hawkeye access, hi-def, holland, ibm, ipad pro, iphone 5, iphone xr, jamf, jetbrains, johnny galecki, lldb, lte, mac pro, macbook, macbook air, mdm, milennial, mobile world congress, mud’s women, new amsterdam, new york, new york times, october 30, privacy, reverse engineer, rocksmith 2014, roseanne, sarah gilbert, satisfaction, skydio, star trek, steve vai, stubhub, supergirl, tap tap, tapulus, texas tea, the connors, tim cook, true depth, ubisoft, world series, wwdc mmxiii, young sheldon
We follow up on not using Facebook for logins and Apple and AWS request the Bloomberg retract the Chinese Spy Chip story. Apple is working on a patch for the #Beautygate — where the iPhone XS is over beautifying portrait photos. We revisit Swift & Objective-C usage. The October 30th event will apparently introduce 2 new iPad Pros, iPad Mini, two iMacs and possibly a new MacBook. IBM open sources their Mac@IBM configuration. Tim Cook calls for strong US Privacy legislation. We touch on the upcoming 5G mobile service. Picks: Xcode 10 patches to Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering, Hawkeye Access.
June 23rd, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
#selector, 360 idev, @objc, acorn 6, action target, airbnb, alderbrook resort, app store connect, apple pay, atlanta, autos, back bay, beoing, bicentennial, cal tech, calderwood pavillion, century 21 world’s fair, cgp grey, charles river, coke, coursera, cruisers, cruze, deliveries app, delta, design talk, disk utility, dringend, ethernet, fatslane ci, freemium, hello internet, hynes, imac pro, indie developer, ipad, iphone, life of a button, mac mini, mac pro, marta, marzipan, network.framework, one if by land. two if by sea., option boot, p.a.t.h., qualities of design, react native, roku, selfies, sparse partition, spockcast, steve jobs 2011, swift, swiftfest, swiftshot, t station, taylor swift, testflight, tim cook, top ten videos, toronto, tresmont, ttc, unicorn pin, union station, wall-e, watchos, we rise, what new in arkit 2
It's our 200th episode and all regular hosts and guest hosts are here. We follow up on the lack of IT sessions at WWDC, the future of self driving cars, a test install of Mojave with your existing home folder. "Does Apple Even Care About the Mac?" is the question asked on Vector. We discuss a proof of concept Xcode for iPad! We touch on the "upgrade pricing" new on the App Store. Tim's annual Top 10 WWDC 2018 Videos is out. Airbnb sunsetting their use of React Native and Marzipanify and iOSMac are brought in by Greg. We talk about our 200 or so episodes. Picks: iOS developer skills matrix, Random numbers in Swift, Swift Diagnostics: #warning and #error.
January 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 30 mins
30 under 30, aaron hillegass, alexa, alexa skills, conditional conformance, costume, coursera, daniel jalkut, facebook, flatmap, flick, google home, graham devine, hacking in swift, home pod, ios 11.3, machine learning, macintosh, malala fund, malala yousafzai, marcus zara, millinery, paul hudson, self driving cars, sirikit, sonos, swift 4.1, swift cloud workshop 3, swift forums, tim cook, unit of time
Recorded on the 34th anniversary of the Macintosh unveiling, we follow up on self driving cars with no steering wheels. We discuss improvements to Siri in iOS 11.2.5 and Thor Ragnarok slips out on the web early. The Malala Fund and Apple join to aid 100K underprivileged women to attend school. The Home Pod is now available for order in the US, UK and Australia. Facebook has introduced a new unit of time. Apple previews iOS 11.3. Paul Hudson posts in What's new in Swift 4.1. Picks: Canada's DEVELOPER 30|30, Swift Forums, Cousera's Machine Learning.