EP 34: Dog ate my Apple Watch

Mark and Jonathan discuss Apple’s recent purchase of Dark Sky and what it might mean for developers. Then they look at Adaptivity, one of the first apps to take advantage of universal purchases that are now available. Finally Mark and Jonathan go over their WWDC hopes and wishes. 

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Apple has launched an app and website to inform people about COVID-19

Apple employees allowed to take future products home to continue work

Apple confirms it will continue to pay contractors after some were initially told otherwise

Zoom vulnerabilities 

Zoom is not end to end encrypted

Adaptivity app 

Adaptivity one of the first universal purchase apps

Carrot Weather

Apple purchases hyperlocal weather app Dark Sky, ending API and killing Android apps

EP 33: Behind AltConf with Rob Elkin

Jonathan and Mark are joined by AlfConf event organizer Rob Elkin. They talk about AltConf’s beginnings and how it’s evolved over the years. Rob goes into detail about how labs and talks are chosen, AltConf’s escape room, the satellite AltConf events and more. Finally Rob talks about his latest project with Helpful Engineering. 

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EP 32: Amazing x 1,000

Mark and Jonathan talk about the new iPad Pro’s and their new LiDAR camera sensors. Its newly announced Magic Keyboard case with scissor switch keys and floating iPad design. The amazing new cursor support that’s now in iPadOS 13.4. Finally they talk about the new Macbook Air which finally takes place as the title of the perfect Mac for everyone. 

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Daniel Gauthier’s Blog

Everyday Robots EP 31The internal spiral with Daniel Gauthier

Macbook Air

2020 iPad Pro

Magic Keyboard

Cursor support for the iPad

Everyday Robots EP 26 Solving Apple’s problems with Peter Cohen

EP 31: The internal spiral with Daniel Gauthier

Mark and Jonathan are joined by iOS developer Daniel Gautheir. Daniel shares his iOS journey and what brought him to mobile development. Then we dive into his new blog where he writes about his experiences and interests. Finally we talk about Twitter and how it’s tied to our feelings of wanting to be a bigger part of the iOS community.  

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Daniel Gauthier’s Blog

Suffer from crippling imposter syndrome by Daniel Gauthier

Everyday Robots by Damon Albarn

Dark Noise by Charlie Chapman

Launched Podcast by Charlie Chapman

Everyday Robots EP 13: Behind Dark Noise with Charlie Chapman

Spend Stack by Jordan Morgan

EP 30: Cuddled by my chair

Mark and Jonathan discuss Apple’s official announcement for WWDC this year. The latest developments for COVID – 19 and Apple’s response. Then Mark shares words of wisdom for working remotely. 

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WWDC 2020 officially announced 

Alt Conf news from Rob Elkin

Apple’s COVID-19 response

New App Store guidelines for COVID-19 apps 

Herman Miller Embody chair

EP 29: iOS 14 rumors

Mark and Jonathan try to make sense of a huge slew of rumors from “iOS 14 code” that was found. Improved cursor support for iPads, a new AR Apple made app, a new list view home screen for iOS and more. Will these features even ship? 

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Everyday Robots EP 28 with Zac Cichy

iPhone 9, new iPad Pro, New Apple TV

Sophisticated cursor support for iPadOS 14

Apple developing new ARKit App code named Gobi

iOS 14 to include new list view home screen 

Apple Watch new features and hardware

EP 28: The illusion of control with Zac Cichy

Mark and Jonathan are joined by special guest Zac Cichy. They discuss the run of The Menu Bar podcast Zac started and how it came to be. Zac talks about his feelings on the iPhone being our singularity. As well as how it has constantly augmented our reality since its debut in 2007. Finally Zac gives a preview of his next podcasting endeavors. 

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A Theory of Everything by Ken Wilber 

EP 27: Lightning forever

Mark and Jonathan wonder what WWDC will look like this year assuming it happens at all. Ming-Chi Kuo has a bunch of new rumors for new mini LED products to be released this year. Finally a new iPad smart keyboard might arrive with a trackpad in time for new iPads.

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Apple pulls clearview AI from App Store 

Apple restricts some employee travel due to the Coronavirus

Kuo rumors of new mini LED products this year

Apple might be releasing a new smart keyboard with a built in trackpad.

Over the air recovery for iOS code found in 13.4 beta

EP 26: Solving Apple’s problems with Peter Cohen

This week Mark and Jonathan are joined by veteran Apple blogger Peter Cohen. Topics include setting user defaults for iOS. Developers getting to sell universal app purchases for their apps. ARM Macs and the possibility of Apple making X86 processors, and much more.  

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Apple might finally let users set their own app defaults  

Ming-Chi Kuo recently announced new rumors saying Apple would be releasing their first ARM based Macs next year in 2021 

EU’s recent decision for universal chargers on mobile devicesNew Apple products show up on Target inventory systems

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