Some of Apple's own users have been teeing off lately about the quality of some of its software, specifically the default Apple apps that often clog up space on the iPhone. Daring Fireball's John Gruber had Apple execs Eddy Cue and Craig...Show More Summary
Apple services boss Eddy Cue said that Apple Music has 11 million paid subscribers during a podcast with Daring Fireball's John Gruber published on Friday. " I think we're going to see more and more customers," Cue said. "We just passed over 11 milloin Apple Music subscribers, and all of those people live in a world where music is in the cloud. Show More Summary
Apple's iMessage handles an absurd amount of messages: sometimes as many as 200,000 per second, according to Apple services boss Eddy Cue. The stat was revealed during a podcast with Daring Fireball's John Gruber published on Friday. "The...Show More Summary
It was once again my pleasure to join John Gruber of Daring Fireball fame for his annual year-in-review episode of The Talk Show. This year we discussed: the new one-port MacBook, Apple Watch's launch, WWDC and Apple Music, the iPhones...Show More Summary
You know what you should buy? You should buy a couple of these brand-new Daring Fireball t-shirts. The classic logo design is now available on a tri-blend American Apparel shirt for the first time. The other two are brand-new hand-lettered designs by the amazing Jon Contino. Orders placed by Monday will ship in time for Christmas. ?
Jon Gruber has been covering Apple for more than a decade on his Daring Fireball blog, and he believes that the iPad Pro signals a huge inflection point not only for Apple but the entire computer industry. Basically, he's calling game over for Intel's x86 chip architecture, which has been at the core of personal computing since the 1980s. Show More Summary
This week on MashTalk, we have our first ever guest: John Gruber of Daring Fireball An expert on all things Apple, John shared his thoughts with us on the new Apple TV, sales of the new iPhone and whether or not there will be an Apple...Show More Summary
Daring Fireball’s John Gruber linked yesterday to a Sports Illustrated slideshow of baseball photos taken with the new iPhone 6s Plus. But he noted a technical problem: In a small dose of irony, I had to disable content-blocking (long press the reload button in Mobile Safari’s location field) to get SI’s image gallery dingus to...
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Speaking of podcasts, Katie Floyd and David Sparks were kind enough to have me as their guest on Mac Power Users this week: Katie and David sit down with John Gruber of Daring Fireball to discuss the origins of his site, how he finds and publishes the news, and how he uses his Mac and iOS. ?
Daring Fireball's John Gruber had a surprise guest at last week's live recording of The Talk Show podcast. That guest was Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller. Schiller offered up his thoughts on iPhone...Show More Summary
With WWDC in full swing, Apple executive Phil Schiller on Tuesday sat down for wide-ranging interview with noted blogger John Gruber of Daring Fireball. Not one to beat around the bush, Gruber asked a number of pointed questions, one of which was why Apple continues to sell 16GB iPhones. Show More Summary
Apple SVP Phil Schiller sat down with Daring Fireball on the side of the company's WWDC event to talk about a handful of topics, including iPhone storage and design trade-offs. John Gruber from Daring Fireball asked Phil Schiller a handful...Show More Summary
During a panel session with Daring Fireball's John Gruber on Tuesday, Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller offered his take on 16GB iPhones, the tradeoffs between battery life and device thinness, single-port MacBooks and more.
A day after the WWDC keynote address, Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller joined Daring Fireball's John Gruber on Gruber's podcast, The Talk Show. The episode has not yet been posted, but The Verge was on hand to document the interview. Show More Summary
Some things are blindingly obvious in hindsight, and Iconfactory principal Craig Hockenberry and Daring Fireball’s John Gruber made one of these points about the flattening of iOS. “The flattening of Apple’s user interface that began in iOS 7 was as much a strategic move as an aesthetic one,” says Hockenberry, with Gruber adding that “iOS 6-style […]
Interesting chart about USB Type C video capabilities not really relevant to this post Yesterday on his Talk Show podcast, Daring Fireball’s John Gruber suggested that his Apple sources told him that Apple invented USB Type-C. KnownShow More Summary
The Apple Watch has been greeted with some skeptical reactions so far, even from reviewers who are normally inclined to write favorably about Apple products. Daring Fireball’s John Gruber highlights two early hands-on impressions that he finds “worrisome” for the watch’s prospects and they both highlight some common areas of concern. Show More Summary
Daring Fireball's John Gruber today published a piece going in-depth on what he believes Apple's upcoming Apple Watch wearable will sell for, how the various accessory bands will be sold at retail, and just how much the all-gold Apple...Show More Summary
Jason Snell on the supreme uncoolness of Movable Type, the outdated blogging software that powers Snell's site, Daring Fireball, and also kottke.org. Regardless, it turns out that software can also be considered uncool, even if it still works. Show More Summary