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Apple recently released a new ad with actor Timothée Chalamet promoting Apple TV+ shows and movies. It is one of the best ads I've seen from Apple in a long time because it gives you a look at all of the great content Apple has, but it's also funny and engaging. That's a hard thing to do in an advertisement. Dave and I also talk about new rumors fo…
 
It was a big week for Apple as the company announced several new products including MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and a HomePod. The Macs are all running Apple's new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which were also announced this week. If you bought a Mac Pro three years for $52,000, what do you think it would be worth today? You may be surprised with the answer.…
 
This week Dave and I talk about a new feature Apple added to its Map app to help users find parking easily near their destination. We also look at rumors the company is going to add touchscreens to it's Mac lineup and what that will mean. We also talk about a problem we all deal with—Spam. What do you do when you get bombarded with calls and texts …
 
AirTags once again saved someone's luggage from disappearing as a woman tracked her bag traveling around town for a couple of days before making a discovery that is troubling to say the least. Apple unvelied a new AI audio book narrator, which on the surface sounds like a great idea, however, there is an entire industry dedicated to the spoken word…
 
I stayed home over the holidays, but Dave decided to take a trip during the travel meltdown. He tells us bout his experience and how everything went. Dave also found a new sport called Chess Boxing—apparently this goes a lot further back than either of us thought. I've never had a smart plug before, but Dave got one and he's trying to figure out th…
 
Apple is rumored to be working on a search engine to rival Google. While competition is good, it seems like a steep hill for Apple to climb because its search isn't exactly very good. Apple was bidding for the NFL Sunday Ticket, but pulled out of the bidding at the last minute, which saw the NFL package go to rival YouTube. Have you ever thought ab…
 
Dave and I both started using Apple Music this week and had some things we liked and didn't like about the new feature. We also looked at some of the new features in iOS 16.2, the latest version of Apple's iPhone operating system. Because of new laws in the EU, Apple may have to start allowing apps to be downloaded outside of the App Store. Is this…
 
It's been a busy week for Apple as the company made three announcements for its customers and developers. The first is Apple Music Sing, which gives users the ability to lower the vocals on a song in Apple Music so you can sing along with it. The company also made some encryption announcements for users of its software and iCloud services to furthe…
 
This week Dave and I talk about the new Apple Music Replayexperience the company put together. Apple has always given users a list of their favorite songs, but this year they went a lot further showing you the bands, playlists, and stations you listened to. Dave picked up some Apple Watch bands that he says are just as good as Apple's own bands, bu…
 
This week, Dave and I talk about some Thanksgiving traditions that we do with our family and friends. It's time for the World Cup again! We talk about the biggest sporting attraction in the world and which teams we are hoping for, and of course, Twitter is still a disaster, so we tackle that beast too. Brought to you by: Zocdoc: NOW is the time to …
 
Apple announced pricing for its Major League Soccer package on Apple TV this week, so Dave and I take a look at what that means for consumers. We also look at what it could mean for other sports in the future. We also talk about Twitter checkmarks and Apple moving its chips from Asia to the U.S. and Europe. This and a lot more on this week's episod…
 
Twitter is going through some tough times right now, which led Dave to explore another option. We talk about what he likes about one of the alternatives that he's been using. Everyone knows that in order to use Siri, you have to say the phrase, "Hey Siri." But that may be changing so you only have to say "Siri" to use it—Dave and I talk about the c…
 
Former Apple design chief, Jony Ive, gave an indepth interview to the Wall Street Journal this week—Dave and I take a look at what he said and what he is doing with his new company. Apple reported its financials so we discuss how each product category did for the quarter. There are other things on the list this week too, including how one Apple emp…
 
Apple increased the price of its services this week, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, and all if its Apple One bundles. Dave and I run through the new prices and how much you can expect to pay moving forward. Dave has been using a new macOS Ventura feature called Stage Manager. We talk about that and how it differs from similar features Apple has …
 
It was a big week for iPad lovers as Apple introduced two new devices, one entry-level and one iPad Pro. The problem seems to be that there is some confusion with the lower-end model receiving features that many expected to be in the pro version. Dave and I also talk about the new Apple TV and a really good Apple Watch Ultra commercial. Brought to …
 
This week, Dave and I talk about how one airline banned the use of AirTags in luggage—or did they? It seems they flip-flopped a little bit on this as the week went on. We also discuss some of the new features available on the upcoming iOS 16.1 release, and Dave has an update on his AirPods Pro, as well as a charging trick he found. Brought to you b…
 
Dave got his new AirPods Pro this week, so we take some time to go through the features and see what he thinks. Have you ever thought of the Apple Watch Ultra as a pickup truck? Me neither, but this has to be one of the greatest anologies I've heard in a long time. Joanna Stern takes the iPhone in a unique setting to test the crash test detection. …
 
Remember how much everyone loved the BlackBerry keyboard? And of course, how much people hated the iPhone's onscreen keyboard when it first came out—oh, how things have changed. Apple Music is now the official sponsor of the Super Bowl Halftime Show, stealing away the honor from Pepsi. Dave has put together some interesting facts about the Apple Wa…
 
Some people are growing taller—not naturally, they are having surgery to do it, which sounds awful! Dave and I also talk about Apple Watch Ultra after some of the reviews dropped this week. We also look at what the cost could be in you have to call search and rescue on your new iPhone. Did you know there is a feature in the Photos app that allows y…
 
This week Dave and I talk about the iPhone 14 and some of the new ways it's connected to the Apple Watch. We look at a couple of new commercials and how innovative companies are trying to become to capture our attention. I also reveal my favorite Apple commercial of all time. Dave and I discuss sharing Wi-Fi passwords and Apple's iOS 16 feature lis…
 
Apple held its annual event this week at its Cupertino, Calif. headquarters. There were a lot of products announced, including new Apple Watches, new iPhones and new AirPods Pro. Dave and I take some time to talk about all of the products, and colors, of everything the company announced. Brought to you by: Kolide: Is your Service Desk struggling wi…
 
Pickleball is on the show for the very first time as Dave recounts a funny story from the weekend. We also look at what some of the rumors are for Apple's upcoming event, and what "Far Out" could possibly mean. An original unopened iPhone sold at auction this week—how much would you pay for it? This week Dave digs into a couple of reader emails as …
 
Apple will hold it's anual event on September 7 in Cupertino, the company announced. There is little doubt we will see a new iPhone at the event, but we could see a few other products too. Regardless of what else is announced, Appple will want to the focus on iPhone. What happens when you take pictures of your naked toddler for your doctor and thos…
 
What is the most popular social media platform and how much should we trust them? That's one of the topics on this week's podcast. We also talk about Daring Fireball's anniversary and Apple showing ads on its iCloud platform even though you may pay for it. Dave and I also play the Notable People game, which almost derailed the podcast entirely. Bro…
 
Google is whining again about the green bubbles in Apple's Messages and the fact that the two systems don't work well together. Google wants Apple to give up its superior system and adopt a less secure system. Thanks to a listener of last week's show we have some more information about Passkeys and what it will mean for users going forward. Brought…
 
Siri had a strange quirk this week that Dave found (of course, Dave found it) involving Danny DeVito. There are a few UI changes in iOS that have been discovered—Dave and I talk about one in particular in the music player. Adam Engst wrote an intereesting article about finding a mobile power source for his Mac, and Dave and I discuss Passkeys repla…
 
This week on the show, Dave and I look at some of the new features of iOS, including some found in Messages. We also look at Mark Gurman's list of new Apple products he expects to be released, and some new features released in Google Maps. Oh, and CompuServe. Brought to you by: New Relic: Use the data platform made for the curious! Right now, you c…
 
Rene Ritchie has moved on from his YouTube channel to take a job with Google. Apple Music Sessions kicked off in Nashville with some country artists leading the way in the services new feature. Dave and I talk about some controversy with the M1 and M2 Macs, and Apple Arcade is getting rid of some of the first companies to offer games for the servic…
 
Apple announced that its showed have been nominated for 52 Emmy Awards with Ted Lasso leading the way. One of its new shows, Severance, also had a good showing with 14 nominations. Apple is rumored to be in the lead to take over broadcasting rights for the NFL and could also be looking at the UEFA Champions League in Europe. There are new rumors of…
 
Dave had a bit of a scare this week when his Apple Watch alerted him to a low heart rate. We talk a bit about that and the Apple Watch. Apple's newly introduced MacBook Air M2 is available to order on Friday, and Apple released new betas of its operating systems. One of the new features is called Lockdown Mode which allows users that need it to fur…
 
Happy Birthday iPhone! Dave and I talk about iPhone's birthday as well as some rumors of upcoming products, including a new HomePod that sounds more like the orginal than the mini. We also talk about the Commissioner of the FCC calling on Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their App Stores, and how you can interact with Maps using Siri. Show No…
 
I finally got so fed up with Siri that I bought an Echo to use in my kitchen—but I only use it when Siri and the HomePod fails. Dave and I talk about how often that is on this week's show. Dave tells us more about the iOS 16 lock screen and some other new features he enjoys, like the ability to bypass CAPTCHAs. macOS Ventura’s enhanced search, Sams…
 
This week, Dave and I talk about some of our favorite new features of the OS betas Apple released at WWDC. There are some really good features that make each OS easier and fundamentally better for the user. Brought to you by: Backbone: Go to PlayBackbone.com/dalrymple NOW to order your Backbone, until June and get FREE access to over 350 console ga…
 
Apple held WWDC this week and to kick things off the company introduced new versions of its operating systems. Dave and I talk about the major new features in iOS, macOS and watchOS, as well as the newly introduced M2 computers. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know e…
 
Apple Music recently started placing 40 second ads in its genre based radio stations, as well as in some of its playlists. Apple promotes the service as being ad-free, which it clearly no longer is. Dave and I also talk about next week's WWDC and some of the things we think you will see at the event. Show Notes: The “hockey button” Apple Music has …
 
This week Dave and I talk about the rumors of Apple bringing out a USB-C iPhone in 2023. We also talk about what a smaller Apple TV would like and what problems other companies have with those smaller TV streaming devices. This week Apple Music announced it will start streaming concerts for its subscribers. This seems like a perfect move for Apple …
 
Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch. Dave and I talk about the history of the iPod and why it makes sense to call it quits on the product. We also talk about AirPods Pro and Max this week. Both devices are rumored to be updated this year, but what does that mean and what would the right price be for the products. Apple, Google, and Mic…
 
Apple reported its fiscal second quarter results this week. Dave and I talk about the money and how each product category did once all the numbers were in. We also talk about Sony's new headphones and the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Apple's AirTags are in the news again this week, but this time it's a phantom AirTag that has a family, and the poli…
 
It's no surprise that iPhone 14 rumors are already making the rounds, so Dave and I talk about some of the more interesting ones that have come out. Apple's self service repair program is now available. Dave and I have very different views on the program as we discuss in the show. Imagine walking into an Apple Store and getting an AirDrop ad on you…
 
Netflix seems to be in a bit of trouble if its recent earnings are any indication. Dave and I discuss what we think could be the cause of the company's drop in subscribers. We also talk about the frustration among professional Final Cut Pro users, and a new piece of legislation in Pennsylvania that would force companies to allow users to cancel a s…
 
There were a few technology related crime stories that Dave and I found interesting this week, including a driverless car that was stopped by the police. We also found out how the MLB and Apple are handling baseball games on Apple TV and Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter. Brought to you by: New Relic: That next nine p.m. call is just waiting to happen…
 
It's National Beer Day, a good reason to pop one open with friends! This week Dave and I talk about WWDC and what you should expect from the show, and what you shouldn't. Elon Musk now owns 9 percent of Twitter, and Apple is airing its first MLB games on Friday night. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you…
 
Dave brings a little bit of magic to the show as he tells of a way to copy and paste photos from one device to another that seems like magic. We also talk about CODA's historic win at the Oscars, and Apple is a couple of weeks away from airing its first MLB games. Brought to you by: Kolide: Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixe…
 
The Oscars are this weekend and CODA is up for Best Picture. Dave, and everyone else I've talked to, loves this movie—there seems to be a real chance it will win. We talk about how Apple is branding its products, especially the new Mac Studio and display. We also discuss whether Apple should bring back the AirPort line of networking products and if…
 
Dave is back from vacation, so we take some time to look at Mac Studio and give our thoughts on Apple's new machine. There is at least one pro industry that lags behind in software updates that may affect people's buying decision of Mac Studio. We also talk about Dave's obsession with Universal Control and how you can use it. Netflix is going to cu…
 
Rene Ritchie joins me this week to talk about the event Apple held this week. We dive into all of the product announcements and the importance of each one for the company and the consumer. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers…
 
My first week of retirement is almost over, so Dave and I talk about what it's been like to not be worried about The Loop for the first time. We also talk about Apple's upcoming event and the possible product announcements. iPads, iPhone, and Macs are all on the list as possibilities. Brought to you by: New Relic: That next nine p.m. call is just w…
 
This week, Dave and I talk about how to permanently delete your Apple ID—but be aware, there is no coming back from this. Dave ordered deep dish pizza from Chicago and talks about his experience ordering and eating it. We also talk about some of the new TV shows we have been watching. Brought to you by: New Relic: That next nine p.m. call is just w…
 
This week, Dave and I talk about a twitter thread that has a lot of Mac tips and tricks—things that are really useful that you may not have known about. We also talk about Google's new stance on privacy and what they said about Apple. Finally, we look at the market of collectables and a new auction selling Apple memorabilia. Brought to you by: Zocd…
 
Dave and I talk about a few things we would like Apple to add or fix in their current software. We also look at how dominating Apple has become in the headphone industry with its AirPods line of products. Finally, is realityOS finally coming to the consumer? Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to t…
 
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