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Whether we’d put our trust in an Apple Bank, how we feel about editing tweets, our office chair situation, and Plex’s new Universal Watchlist: yea or nay?
Apple TV+ wins Best Picture, “Our Flag Means Death” is… a hit?, why being the fan of a baseball team is going to bring you pain, “Obi-Wan” takes on “Stranger Things” directly, and Jason subscribed to CNN+… for science!
Myke takes possession of his Apple Studio Display, Jason gets excited about the arrival of Audio Hijack 4, and Apple revises its approach to allowing external links in iOS apps.
This podcast is really grvy.
Our thoughts on the EU’s plans for messaging interoperability, how we feel about smart implants and body modifications, when and why we choose websites over apps for certain services, and long overdue feature requests for products we use each day.
It’s episode 400! We evaluate the forward-looking predictions we made back in episode 300, and then draft stories we’ll be talking about over the next hundred episodes! Also, an Apple TV+ movie won Best Picture and we round up an awful lot of Apple rumors.
Hopefully you wanted to hear about digital goods.
Big tech outages, our data backup strategies, the tech wisdom we’d impart to the masses, and the last time we felt out of our depth.
Is Wall Street souring on the streaming wars? Is Netflix coming for your shared passwords? Both issues are way more complicated than they might seem.
Jason’s got the new Mac Studio and Studio Display and it’s time for his complete review. We also discuss where the M2 chip might appear, and what the Mac will look like in 2023.
It may not be a new iPad, but it’s new to one of us.
Our experience with game streaming services, our thoughts on Elden Ring, whether we order tech online or choose to pick it up, and the products we purchased from Apple’s March event.
John Siracusa joins Jason to talk about the Mythical Mid-Range Mac Minitower, the distortion of the iMac over time, the modular possibilities offered by the Apple Studio Display, and other fallout from last week’s Apple announcements.
Finally, an Apple event.
The iPad Air’s place in Apple tablet lineup, how we avoid succumbing to the news 24/7, our dreams of being radio DJs, and what one thing we’d change about Apple’s new display.
It’s not every day that Apple introduces an entirely new Mac line. But on March 8, that’s exactly what happened. Jason, Myke, and special guest Stephen Hackett discuss the new Mac Studio and Studio Display, along with the updated iPad air and iPhone SE.
Disney inevitably embraces advertising, NBC inevitably takes its ball and goes home, and The Batman inevitably forces a discussion about the future of theatrical releases.
Have you seen the news today? Oh boy.
Using a self-driving taxi service, common myths about livestreaming, our gaming habits, and how we value art created by machines and artificial intelligence.
Our most speculative draft yet! Jason and Myke refuse to wait for Apple. Instead, they predict what will happen at Apple’s next product launch—whenever it might happen. Will the M2 make its debut? Will there be an iPhone SE, and will it look any different? Are there other Mac and iPad offerings in the works? And most importantly, what fresh colors will be on offer for spring? We do our job—and now it’s time for Apple to do its.