Recorded last week at WWDC in Apple’s on-site podcast studio, which was simply superb. I love recording podcasts in person, not over Skype, and I think this turned out great. A really good overview of WWDC 2017. ?
Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theatre in San Jose, John Gruber is joined by Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi to discuss the news from WWDC: new Mac hardware, the new iPad Pro, Mac OS 10.13 “High Sierra”, iOS...Show More Summary
As has become standard, Apple executives Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller sat down with John Gruber on his podcast “The Talk Show” this evening following Apple’s WWDC keynote. During the interview, Schiller and Federighi dove deeper into some of the news from yesterday’s jam packed keynote, which Schiller quipped was 3 and a half hours long at first draft… more…
We're hanging at the Talk Show and bringing you a live-updating transcript. Stay tuned for the show! Won't you please welcome to the stage — my friend and yours, John Gruber! John: Hello, and welcome to the Talk Show Live from WWDC 2017!...Show More Summary
Dan Gillmor just pointed to John Gruber's digest of my piece about not linking to blog posts on Facebook. It's a good time to say that Gruber's gripe is deeper than mine. Facebook can get back in my good graces by supporting four things in common posts: 1. Show More Summary
Remember John Gruber? You know, that Harvard-educated “intellectual” who help the previous gang of naïve and foolish children that somehow conned the American voters into letting them run things in DC last Administration draft that abomination called the Patently Pathetic and Awful Collection of Asininity Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act […]
In celebration of Earth Day, Apple executive Lisa Jackson this week sat down with John Gruber for an in-depth interview. Airing as part of Gruber’s “The Talk Show” podcast, the interview discussed a variety of environmental topics, especially relating to Apple’s own efforts… more…
Apple made an announcement today about a new Mac Pro. The current iteration of the Mac Pro was introduced in 2013. It’s received a speed boost since then, but not too much else. John Gruber had the scoop on the news earlier today: Let’s not beat around the bush. Show More Summary
Four years after the launch of the trashcan shaped MacPro, Apple has finally, slyly, announced a new MacPro. The news comes via John Gruber of Daring Fireball: Read more...
John Gruber has good news for hardcore Mac users: Apple is releasing a completely redesigned Mac Pro next year and new iMacs with pro-level specs this year. Intriguing, but I’m more interested in how this news was delivered: There are only nine people at the table. Show More Summary
Many of us wondered whether the Mac Pro line was dead, but Apple has told Daring Fireball’s John Gruber and others that it is continuing development on its high-end desktop, and will next year be releasing a ‘completely rethought’ model...Show More Summary
Daring Fireball whiz John Gruber is here to school us all with the best way to remove AirPods. No, it's not to curse and yell while you try and pinch them out of the case. The best way, truly, is a light pull-and-press from the inside (near the indicator light) to the outside of the case. Show More Summary
Amid speculation that Jony Ive may no longer be "directly involved" with designing the iPhone and other Apple products, John Gruber of Daring Fireball has penned an interesting follow-up piece regarding remarks made on his podcast that...Show More Summary
Adam Howell: Wednesday night of this week, John Gruber [wrote], “This is very clever, and I can see how it could be damn funny, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Phoneys gets pulled from the App Store.” Shortly after John’s post — I mean,...Show More Summary
In comparing the iPhone 7‘s Geekbench scores to a variety of flagship Android handsets, John Gruber noted that it tops the rankings in multi-core performance and leaves everything else for dust when it comes to single-core. The iPhone’s...Show More Summary
Tim Cook might have spoiled one of the biggest surprises set to be unveiled at the iPhone 7 launch event later today. Journalist John Gruber has astutely picked out a comment made by Cook during a recent interview with Indian TV’s Vikram Chandra, which seems to suggest the Apple Pencil will be coming to the new iPhone. […]
I had the pleasure of joining John Gruber on The Talk Show this week to discuss the upcoming iPhone 7 event: Rene Ritchie returns to the show to discuss what we expect to see at Apple's upcoming event in San Francisco: new iPhones (without...Show More Summary
In what amounts to a very detailed and very heartfelt white paper on building and shutting down a business, John Gruber has written about shutting down Vesper, his iOS notes app and syncing service. Vesper was one of the most elegant and usable pieces of software I’ve used. Show More Summary
Merci. Vesper, the notes app by Brent Simmons, Dave Wiskus, and John Gruber, will be shutting down in the very near future. The reason, when you cut to it, is simple: Vesper didn't make enough money to support it's ongoing development. Brent Simmons, writing at inessential: We at Q Branch just released the final version of Vesper. Show More Summary
Vesper was a notes app released back in 2013 thats main claim to fame was the fact the development team included Apple pundit John Gruber and app developer Brent Simmons. While it didn’t offer anything new, it was a solid notes app a lot of people loved. The app’s being shut down, and with that announcement comes a new export feature. Read more...