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Listened to Connected 301: We Should Be Developers

This week, the guys talk with Jenny Chen, an Apple engineer who works on Apple Pencil software, and Stephen Tonna from Apple’s product marketing team about what’s new in iPad OS 14, including Scribble and the release’s updated design language.

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Listened to Upgrade 303: The Return of Two Old Friends

Myke and Jason break down the WWDC 2020 keynote, which featured changes to the Mac both expected and unexpected and some long-wanted updates for iOS. Did the iPad updates let us down? Are we ready for the Apple Watch to track our sleep?

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Listened to Connected 300: You Cannot Put a Price on Glory

WWDC 2020 is underway, so the time has come to judge The Rickies. After a new Chairman is crowned, the guys do a high-level pass on Apple’s OS announcements, as well as what’s new with Shortcuts.

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Listened to Connected 299: The Rickies (Summer 2020)

WWDC is next week, so it’s time for the boys’ annual picks. Will Stephen keep his title? Has Federico put too much hope in iPadOS improvements? Has Myke learned what it takes to be a winner? This and more, including the introduction of Connected Pro.

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Listened to 383: Demand-Paged Outrage

Marco discovers restaurants, Casey discovers the Touch Bar, and Hey discovers the App Store.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to Upgrade 302: The WWDC Keynote Draft 2020

It’s time for the 2020 WWDC Keynote draft! Jason and Myke pick items both obvious and obscure, in the hopes of predicting what Apple will do on next week’s keynote livestream. Also, we announce Upgrade+ – really!

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Listened to Connected 298: You Bought a Monument

The guys would be sad that have been replaced by AI, but the results are too funny to be upset. Then, Federico has thoughts about ARM Macs, Myke makes a bet with Stephen and rumors of a new iMac are discussed.

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Listened to 382: Static Ad Removal

Reactions to last week’s show, the latest ARM rumblings, and the technical road to our new membership program.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to Upgrade 301: Show Me You’re Serious

With WWDC two weeks away, Myke and Jason share their wishes for iPadOS updates. They also analyze why they love certain kinds of games but are repelled by others and discuss Apple’s inevitable move into streaming live sports.

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Listened to Connected 297: Ceiling Fan Research

Myke isn’t swayed by the iPad mini faithful, and wonders where Stephen’s Apple Pencil went. Then, thoughts on a possible port-less iPhone and what WWDC could bring for macOS.

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Listened to 381: Uncomfortable Truths

Racism and police in the US, then some temporary escapism thanks to something we can always count on: Casey’s overly complex, misbehaving technology.

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Listened to 380: Wires Are Great

Listened to 380: Wires Are Great

A live-stream saga, web-development complexity, spending Casey’s money, and the macOS version of DLL hell.

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Listened to Upgrade 299: My Gut Says Yes and No

This week we talk Apple’s commitment to its video streaming service, Spotify and the future of podcasting, and then Myke at the Movies skips school to watch “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”

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Listened to Connected 295: Another Italian Interjected

Follow-up. Microsoft has reinvented OpenDoc. A conversation about watchOS 7. Follow-up. Microsoft has reinvented OpenDoc. A conversation about watchOS 7. Are you getting it? These are not three separate episodes … this is one episode.

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Listened to Flashback 6: The Be Computer Company

Started by former members of Apple’s leadership team, Be was formed to take on the Mac and other computers of the mid-90s. The company wrote its own operating system and shipped dual-CPU towers before failing to be bought by Apple and slowly fading away.

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