November 23rd, 2019 | 1 hr 48 mins
.net, 1password, accel, adobe, airbnb, amazon, apple tv+, apple watch, aquired.fm, atlasssian, austin, basecamp, causality, charlotte, cingleton, continuous deployment, corellia software, correlation, dave teare, david heinemeier hansson, developer app, digital darkroom, dillan’s voice, dmitry rodionov, el paso, equifax, eric sadun, escape key, experian, gender bias, gig economy, google chrome, have i been powned, homebrew, homemaker, houston, itunes windows, jamie heinemeier hansson, jeff bezos, jessie cartier, joe cieplinsky, jonathan suzuki-cook, la, mac os 8, macbook pro 16, market watch, mastodon, max howell, melody loops, mini map, morning show, newsroom, parallels, paul hudson, pbs, quicklook, renovate, ricky de laviaga, sicp, silicon beach, smart keyboard, space jazz, sports tv, spruce goose, stem, subscription fatigue, swiftly.dev, swiftui cheat sheet, texas, tim miller, transunion, troy hunt, typing club, unicorn, vero, walkie talkie, wikipedia, wikitribune, windows 98, wned, wt.social, wwdc, xip, youtube tv
This week we fact check on PBS WNED, David Heinemeier Hansson, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. We follow up on Parallels, Hey! Siri, Jamie Heinemeier Hansson posts her story about the Apple Card credit rating, and Amazon's abandoned AI recruiting tool. We discuss how the Apple Watch has transformed users with autism and CP. Use this handy calculator to find out how much subscriber TV will cost you. Joe Cieplinski's post "About That Keyboard" drives another discussion about the MacBook Pro 16 keyboard. Apple is planning a Dec event celebrating gaming. Apple's Developer app will provide information for developers year round. Apple breaks ground in Austin to build Mac Pros. Ricky brings us A Companion for SwiftUI, the SwiftUI Lab, and About-SwiftUI. 1Password partners with Accel for continued growth, Çingleton 2013 - Dave Teare, and A love letter to DHH and others concerned about our recent funding announcement. Xcode 11.2 Banned From Apple Itself. Apple may be working on a successor to iTunes on Windows 10. Porting by a 1000 Patches: Bringing Swift to Windows. Why I've started asking companies about their technical interviews before proceeding with them. Voice Control link roundup via Back to Work 452. Picks: WT:Social, Take Charge of those Xips, QuickLook certs In the Finder, Apple launches a dedicated mobile app for its developer community, 100 Days of SwiftUI, SwiftUI by Example, Survey results: iOS Dev Weekly 430 link roundup, I Accidentally Uncovered a Nationwide Scam on Airbnb, Renovate is now part of WhiteSource
October 19th, 2019 | 1 hr 20 mins
32-bit, accessibility, accessible, adobe, app store connect, apple tv+, arcade, bob dylan, call hierarchy, catalina, catalyst, catalytic converter, containers, cs6, daniel steinburg, dice by pcalc, dominos, dweezil zappa, final cut pro, github, hacktoberfest, helper application, hot rats, iheartradio, inglorious bastards, ios 13, james thomson, jenkins, lightroom, mac app store, mini map, mixpanel, move the dial, oauth2, operator 41, pcalc, photoshop, php7, project navigator, quick open, rob whitaker, roku, scott forestall, secure boot, seneca college, spockcast, spotify, spruce campbell, swiftui kickstart, t2, taylor swift, the apple key, the final cut, time machine, ton ton, touch id, transporter, tunein radio, wwdc, xcode, xcode shortcuts, ygd, zvon petric
We follow up on up on Hacktoberfest, finger counting, the Domino's accessibility lawsuit, bundling Apple services, what the T2 chip does, and iOS 13 adoption rates. We discuss how a 14 year old developer got his game on Apple's Arcade. You can now ask Siri to play Spotify music on iOS 13. James Thompson shares his experience getting apps converted to Catalyst. The Apple TV app is coming to Roku. Picks: A SwiftUI Kickstart, Move The Dial, Transporter, Rob Whitaker on Accessibility, and Essential Xcode Shortcuts for More Efficient Coding.
September 7th, 2019 | 1 hr 36 mins
2020 ipad pro, a13, american history, apple glasses, apple pencil, apple socks, augmented reality, bbedit, caffeine, call silencing, chase sapphire visa, chick-fil-a, combine, dark mode, deep fake, ethan hunt, face id, facebook, fat secret, google daydream, google glasses, hamilton, hip hop, ios 13 beta, ios 13.1 beta 2, iphone 11 pro, ipv6, jesse squires, lose it, mac app store, macbook, mvc, notarization, nshipster, nutrition facts, pete townshend, popeye’s chicken, posix, property observer, red eye, sandbox, scanning electronic microscope, spam, spamalot, ssl, state, sting, structured light, swiftui, the last ship, the who, tile, time of flight, usb-c, vr, won’t get fooled again, wwdc
We are joined by Alexis Gallagher as we follow up on an Apple Sock for the Apple Card. We also follow up on rumored iPhone 11 Pro rumors, the coating on the titanium Apple Card, and why you’re only getting 1% cash back. Facebook exposes 419 million phone numbers. Apple has released iOS 13.1 beta 2, so what does that mean for iOS 13? We discuss the rumored “Apple Glasses” and new tagging products. The new 2020 iPad Pro maybe adding 3D sensing rear cameras. Apple is temporarily relaxing notarization requirements. 2020 may also reveal a low-cost iPhone option. Alexis wonders about USB 4 and IPv6. Picks: Red Eye, SwiftTO on YouTube, Fat Secret.
June 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
@state, apfs, app camp for girls, asr, baseball, becky hansmeyer, bindableobject, blackhawks, catalina, combine, cyber attack, didset, disk doubler, dithering, fireballed, firmlinks, global++, gord downey, hacking with swift, hfs, hfs disk maker, hockey, ios 13, ipados, iphone xr, iphone xs, ismodalinpresentation, jaime newberry, japan display, kilo loco, ladiesatwwdc, large titles, lea marlot, live preview, mac pro, marcel dionne, mini vmac, mojave, multiple windows, multitasking, niantic, noise app, passthroughobject, paul hudson, photoshop 1.0, podcast studio, pokemon, power mac 6100/66, project catalyst, read only, reqres.in, sapphire display, snapshot, split view, st. catharines, subscriptions, swift 5.1, talking moose, textfield, the tragically hip, twitter, twostraws, uiviewpropertyanimator, vector, watchos 6, wayne gretzky, wwdc, wwdcgirls, xcode, xcode beta 2
We fact check on a WWDC wish list by Becky Hansmeyer. The #askMTJC covers getting Live Preview on Catalina, iPadOS as a unique operating system, and real-time follow up on an AR Mac Pro on your desk. Twitter is bringing back its Mac desktop app. What's New In Swift 5.1. Niantic sues Global++ developers over hacked versions of its games. What's New in Apple File Systems from #WWDC19. Apple looks willing to help struggling iPhone-display maker. Apple now tells you if an app you're deleting has a subscription still active. View Controller Presentation Changes in iOS 13. Incorporating SwiftUI's Principles in All Your Code. Women In Swift. Picks — ReqRes.in and SwiftUI Tutorial: Build an ordering app with Forms, Pickers, and URLSession. What Does a Cyber Attack in Real Life? watchOS6 Noise app comparison with a decibel meter.
June 14th, 2019 | 1 hr 39 mins
alexis gallagher, apfs, app store guidelines, atp, avaudio, avocado toast, beats, byod, classroom, combine, computer history museum, core data, cryptographic, declarative, dru freeman, enterprise, essentials, federico viticci, ios 10, ios 6, ipad pro, iphone 5, ipod 5th generation, james dempsey and the breakpoints, jamf, keynote, linkedin, live preview, logic pro x, logitech mx master 2s, mac ii fx, mac pro, macintosh display card 8•24 gc, marzipan, mdm, mountain view, peter cook, podcast studio, princess bride, privacy, project catalyst, publisher, reality composer, ricky de laviaga, rode videomic me-l, rxswift, scenedelegate, sfsymbols, shure sm7b, sign in with apple, subject, subscriber, swift packages, swiftto, swiftui, system 7, twitter, visual codes, watch apps, wwdc
Back from WWDC 2019, we discuss whether large companies should drop support for older iOS versions. We follow up on Federico's iPad setup, Apple is listening to Pro users, Apple making corporate BYOD less invasive, and Apple is tightening up its rules for enterprise app certificates. We chat about the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. We discuss WWDC 2019 sessions on Combine, SwiftUI, Project Catalyst, Reality Composer. We discuss some new App Store Guidelines you may not have looked at. We also cover Shai Mishali's RxSwift to Apple’s Combine “Cheat Sheet”. Picks: SwiftUI Essentials: Creating and Combining Views, Combine | Apple Developer Documentation, Mac Pro in AR - Apple, Visual Codes by Benjamin Mayo, and SwiftTO.
May 25th, 2019 | 45 mins 26 secs
5ge, 8-core, amazon prime air, android, aosp, apple park, arm, at&t, aws, becky hansmeyer, ben sandofsky, black smearing, boycott apple, chatrbox, china, dark mode, dev interviews in a nutshell, ecg, ekg, enhanced butterfly keyboard, entity list, federico viticci, health canada, huawei, instagram, interface builder, ipad, iphone 4, learning swift, mac pro, macbook pro 15, macworld expo, mifi, musclebooks, oled, opaque return types, ordered collection diffing, p3 color gamut, photoshop for the ipad, power beats pro, sandbox, soroush khanlou, swift 5.1, t2, taiwan, tsmc, twitter, unwrap, watchos 5.2.1, wwdc, wwdc quiz, xcode
We fact check on Apple Park and WWDC hardware. AT&T's 5Ge makes an appearance. ‘Boycott Apple’ movement gains new traction. Google suspends some business with Huawei. ARM memo tells staff to stop working with Huawei. Apple Watch ECG gets cleared in Canada. Seven Years of iPad as Computer. Instagram Influencers scraped & exposed. Facebook iOS job acceptance down to 50%. "Software developer interviews, in a nutshell..." blows up. Apple updates 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros with enhanced butterfly keyboard. A WWDC Dev Wishlist. What’s New in Swift 5.1. Picks: Design a Dark Them for OLED iPhones, Take the Hacking with Swift WWDC19 Quiz. Unwrap Learn coding today. After Show: Our Quiz results (spoiler free)
May 17th, 2019 | 11 mins 8 secs
lapel pin, san jose, wwdc
We chatted about WWDC San Jose back in 2018. Here's a replay of Greg's experience at WWDC 2017. Mark gives some advice about traveling to San Jose. This year Tim is a attending WWDC. Come say "Hi" and get an MTJC pin.
May 11th, 2019 | 1 hr 18 mins
5g, adaptive battery, amazon, anchor, android 10, animojis, anki overdrive, app builders, apple park, apple pay, apple store, ar core, authy, azure, bandstand, books inc, brick, cbsa, codewarrior, cortana, customs, dark mode, duet display, eaton centre, f8, foldable, geico, goaltender, google authenticator, google i/o, google nest, green torch, hockey, home indicator, home kit, home pod, hyper card, icloud backup, ios 13, iphone se, luna display, luongo, microsoft build, music app, pixel 3a, platform state of the union, playoffs, podcast app, project euphonia, reminders, seattle, smart relay, smart reply, st louis blues, summer reading, switzerland, tile, tsa, visual studio code, walrus, watchos, works with nest, wwdc
We follow up on filling up the net. The UK government will now accept Apple and Google Pay. Lawyer's phone and laptop seizes for not sharing passwords. Apple Park video shows mystery rainbow stage. We discuss highlights from Google I/O 2019. We discuss the rumored items to be announced at WWDC 2019. Picks: App Builders Switzerland 2019. Getting an iPhone activated at the Apple Store.
May 4th, 2019 | 50 mins 59 secs
737 max 8, airpod, aperture, back bacon, biannual, biennial, blackbox, buy back, cassette, cd-rom, cdic, chickens, chris eidoff, cingelton, clip sharing, crane, docker, downloads, earnings, fdic, guilherme rambo, hawaiian pizza, hickory smoked, investing, iphone sales, kaiwi, kotlin, lightroom, lps, luminary, maui, mdm, mercer, nsnorth, nsuseractivity, nua, oahu, parental control, privacy commissioner, rooster, sam panopoulos, semi annual, stock, swift, touch id, transformer, wwdc
We follow up on biennial, biannual and semi-annual, NSUserActivity and flying non-stop from Boston and Hawaii. Apple recalls European three prong charger adapters. Apple cracking down on apps monitoring users. Kids are getting around time based restrictions. Apple's Aperture won't run on the post Mojave OS. Hackers Breached a Programming Tool Used By Big Tech and Stole Private Keys and Tokens. Apple's Q2 Earnings. Downloaded music has unexpected economic and environmental costs. Did Apple reveal a new iPhone feature? Picks: Clip sharing with Overcast. Mixing Swift and Kotlin in the same project should be called? NSNorth 2019.
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.