Join your hosts Marianne Schultz and myself for everythingiCafe: The Show episode 79 – “She Got Dull and Boring”. Plenty as happened since our last podcast and we have crammed in plenty into this week’s podcast. Marianne and Chris talk about iOS 7, iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Show More Summary
Join your hosts Marianne Schultz and myself for The Show: 78 – “Palapas”. In this week’s podcast, we talk all about expectations for next week’s big WWDC event. The move to flat design and thoughts on hardware being announced at the event. You can subscribe to our show on iTunes, grab our RSS feed, listen now or download directly. We broadcast our [...]Show More Summary
Join your hosts Marianne Schultz and myself for The Show: 77 – “Meatatarian”. We talk about the latest iPhone 5S rumors, along with our thoughts on Apple’s plan this year for the iPad. You can subscribe to our show on iTunes, grab our RSS feed, listen now or download directly. We broadcast our iPad and iPhone podcast live each week. Follow [...]Show More Summary
Join your hosts Marianne Schultz and myself for The Show: 76 – “The Real Housewives of Smartphones”. We talk about Samsung’s Galaxy S4 event and Phil Schiller’s comments leading up to the event. Also on the show is an in-depth discussion about the iPhone 5S and thoughts on whether Apple will do enough to entice those with an [...]Show More Summary
Speaking with Bloomberg today about Apple’s upcoming earnings call, Piper Jaffray’s Apple analyst Gene Munster said his most recent checks with suppliers in Asia and industry sources indicate Apple is moving to release a full-fledged television this year with a new remote. This is of course not the first time the analyst has predicted Apple will release [...]
What's the tablet scene like with the iPad mini in it?
Author of the Steve Jobs biography Walter Isaacson has penned an exclusive piece for the upcoming September issue of Smithsonian Magazine titled, “How Steve Jobs’ Love of Simplicity Fueled A Design Revolution”. For the piece, Isaacson reflects on tapes of Jobs speaking at an Aspen Design Conference in the early 80s, which Isaacson also made [...]
We discuss discuss how iOS 6 may have stolen the thunder from Apple’s new Retina MacBook Pro, Ivy Bridge MacBook Air, and all the WWDC announcements for that matter.
We reported yesterday on The Telegraph’s interview with Apple design guru Jonathan Ive and the video of Ive being officially knighted at Buckingham Palace following being granted knighthood last December for his work in design and enterprise at Apple. Last night at the Queen’s Jubilee celebration of the arts, the BBC’s James Naughtie had the [...]
In this episode Rob Parker and I discuss the emerging trend of wearable computers, including the Nike+ FuelBand and the Fitbit Ultra (among others) and we play “What’s on your Mac?”
Our initial reactions to the iPad 3, the Retina display, Verizon vs. AT&T, LTE vs. 4G, “Heatgate” and a healthy dose of our favorite apps.
With Apple currently allowing the Fair Labor Association to inspect the working conditions of its supply chains abroad, a new report from NPR profiles 25 of the 59 workers injured in an explosion at an Pegatron iPad factory in Shanghai, China last December (audio here - MP3). The explosion was attributed to a build-up of aluminium particles, [...]
In this episode we discuss the new retina iPad, 1080p Apple TV, how iPhoto may be the best iOS app to date and we play “What’s on your Mac.”
Pictured above: An Apple television concept render by Guilherme Schasiepen. Piper Jaffray’s resident Apple analyst Gene Munster stands out as arguably the most outspoken proponent of an Apple-branded HD TV television set, the mythical iTV. With all eyes now on Apple’s iPad 3 unveiling next Wednesday, we’re also keeping our fingers crossed for a much-needed Apple [...]
In this episode we discuss the iPad 3 event on March 7 and how iPad apps like Photoshop Touch signal the maturing of the platform. And of course, we play “What’s on your Mac.”
iBallz, despite a funny name,offer some serious protection. Coupled with the newly-introduced Lid case, they could possibly be the most secure protection your iPad will ever enjoy short of being locked up in a vault. All around one of the best and most novel case designs out there, iBallz offers both superior drop protection and unflagging ability as a conversation starter.
. For those who want to listen to the Adam Lashinsky book, Inside Apple, Audible has a special 14 day trial free membership where you can download a free book. We profiled the same offer for the Steve Jobs Bio. The book is then playable on the web or iOS devices. Bonus: The book is [...]
On April Foolsday in 1976 Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ron Wayne signed the founding contract for Apple Computer. Eleven days later, Ron Wayne decided to sell his 10% of the company for $800, which is now worth $3.9 billion. The founding contract that made history was originally expected to sell for $150,000, but today sold [...]
On this episode Rob and I delve into a bevy of new iOS 5 features and learn a thing or two along the way. We also talk about iOS 5 highlights, its deficiencies and play “What’s on your Mac?”