EP 25: Eye Candy

Mark and Jonathan talk about the latest news on how the Coronavirus has impacted Apple’s supply chain even further. If it will affect the rumored March event and its new products. Jonathan is intrigued by a new design trend called Neomorphism. Finally Disneyland and their insane ticket prices make their way into an aftershow. 

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Motorola razor breaks within the first week of use

Tim Cook details Apple’s response to coronavirus outbreak in memo to employees

Julio’s neomorphic design tweet

What Neomorphism looks like

Neomorphism that already exists in iOS 13

EP 24: Playgrounds don’t play

This week Mark and Jonathan talk about a huge new business model Apple has surprisingly introduced for developers. Will universal purchases be good or bad for Apple’s developers ? Swift Playgrounds makes its surprise debut on the Mac. Finally Samsung may have shown a foldable people will want to get. 

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What we do in the shadows movie

What we do in the shadows tv show

9 to 5 Mac article on the Coronavirus

Coronavirus

 Universal App Purchases 

iOS 13.4 beta finds

Geneva Moon by David Smith

The Test Drivers podcast

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 

Motorola Razor 2020

EP 23: Power Mat

This week Mark and Jonathan talk about some of the current sentiment from the iOS community. Look back at 10 years of the iPad and how its software updates had been lacking. Finally we take a look at concepts for WatchOS 7.

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Everyday Robots EP: 23 Tactically deployed with Casey Liss

Apple Malaise by Becky Hansmeyer 

Shaken Faith by Becky Hansmeyer

Snapthread

Matt Birchler’s WatchOS 7 concept

iOS feature history list

iCloud.com update

Beddit sleep monitor

Auto Wake Apple Watch App

Brydge iPad Pro Keyboard

Brydge iPad Pro Keyboard with trackpad

EP 22: Tactically deployed with Casey Liss

Jonathan and Mark are joined by iOS developer and professional podcasters Casey Liss. Casey tells the story of how he got into software development from BASIC to Swift. Then how he started his podcasting career with Neutral and how it led to the Accidental Tech Podcast. Finally Casey shares his experiences of being an indie and his personal projects. 

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CaseyLiss.com

ATP.fm

Relay.fm/Analogue

Vignette

EP 21: Valid Paranoia

With so much in the news about encryption, privacy, and facial recognition. Mark and Jonathan talk about the latest developments in Apple’s situation with the FBI. Then a New York Times article brings to light an almost unbelievable story about a company named Clearview AI. Finally Mark gives an update on life as a remote iOS developer.  

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Gurman iPhone SE & March Event

Does the FBI need Apple?

Checkm8 hardware vulnerability

iCloud backups are not end to end encrypted

Clearview AI New York Times story

San Francisco bans facial recognition software used by police

EP 20: Digital Nomad

Pro Mode for Macbooks? Mark and Jonathan ponder what a Pro Mode for Macbooks would be like while also thinking of a Low Power Mode for macOS. Apple surprisingly releases a 3D themed app Reality Converter making UDZ files easier to create, but why now? Finally Mark and Jonathan talk about the new gear they have gotten recently. 

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Launched podcast by Charlie Chapman

Applearchive.org

FBI presses Apple for a backdoor to iOS 

Pro Mode for Macbooks

Marco Arment on a low power mode for Macs

Turbo Boost Switcher Pro

Reality Converter Beta

EU proposal for a universal port for mobile devices

Three half marathon Apple Watch Series 5 battery tests with LTE, always-on display, and Apple Music

Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

Mark’s laptop stand

EP 19: Almost a droid

Mark and Jonathan ponder Apple’s new alliance with Google and Amazon for a new smart home standard to be developed. Apple joins the other major tech companies at CES for a privacy discussion. Which brings up the FBI’s recent inquiry to unlock another iPhone by creating a backdoor to iOS. Samsung seems to have created a droid? Showcasing Ballie at CES. 

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Defining the decade: ten years of Apple on one page

Apple, Amazon, Google and the Zigbee alliance group

Apple open sources homekit

2019’s Facetime Audio Bug 

Apple attends CES 2020

FBI asks Apple for backdoor into iOS again

Samsung’s Ballie robot

Samsung’s Gems exoskeleton prototype

Samsung’s AR Glasses prototype 

EP 18: Apple in 2020

Mark and Jonathan start of the new year with predictions of what Apple will do in 2020. Then look forward even more to guess what trends will arise for the next decade for Apple. Finally Mark and Jonathan share some of their own goals and themes they are working on for the new year. 

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Everyday Robots EP 4: Are you an Apple Member? 

AirPods Pro

Apple Card

EP 17: A slab of parmesan

Mark gets a new keyboard. More details and info come to light about the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. Jonathan tries to figure out how the transition to ARM Macs will happen by looking at the intel transition. Someone gets a pair of AirPods Pro.

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How Apple uses differential privacy

ATP EP 356: With a Heavy Heart

Steve Jobs announces the transition to Intel Mac’s

EP 16: The Big Mac is back!

Mark and Jonathan are neighbors again. Apple rumors for new iPhones are already in full force even though its December. Will Apple ship an iPhone with no ports? Finally we have a tower mac again Apple ships the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. 

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Apple Card

Kuo iPhone rumor article

Mac Pro

Pro Display XDR

Mac Power Users EP 514 with Thomas Grove Carter

Accidental Tech Podcast

Marquez Brownlee Mac Pro first look

iJustine Mac Pro first look

Jonathan Morrison Mac Pro first look