This week we talk about joining the MyMac.com network, where are the iPad pros, digital audio workstations, why is there such a large leap from basic to pro, what about us mid range types? Wireless charging and those new Apple adverts on this week’s episode
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Well hello there. A show was recorded the other week but we had to abort it due to a few technical difficulties. It’s our first show back this year discussing what’s happened with the show, an update on Mark’s life, the AirPods from hell and a delve into the world of Apple.
Joining me this week to discuss Apple AirPods, rubber socks, App Store vs direct purchasing and a whole host of other things is Karl madden from the Mac and forth Show and essential Apple editor, Serenak.
This week we take a different tack as I invite Serenak to join me as we wander “off piste” and meander into the history of why Macs are so prevalent in the design and print industries, what went wrong with his new iPhone and an eclectic selection of “alternative” apps…
Guy Searle from the mymac.com podcast joins me this week to try and talk Apple but guess what, we get distracted. We cover new media douchebags, Mario go pricing, will Amazon ever release a native Apple TV app and share our thoughts on the new MacBook Pro’s.
Recorded in a monumental week covering the one topic everyone is talking about. eBay customer service and my iPad. Something for the cyclists this week as I trial the Tacx flow turbo trainer and app along with a smattering of Apple News.
A big thanks to Bazza and transformation from guest to host taking over the hosting duties for last week show.
A new superstar of the podcasting world is born as our very own Bazza takes over hosting duties for the week. Helping him along is regular show guest Karl and a very special guest in the form of Dr. Richard Harkness (who once had an article printed in a actual magazine). It’s another week of Apple news, HDMI woes and Karls got a fancy new 4k television
Another week and another Apple round up. A fake iPhone gives Mark an idea, Barry’s waiting to record Parkopedia fall outs and Karl tries to keep us on track about this self driving car stuff. This week’s Worth A Chirp gives a shout out to customer service, Fitness and once again 1Password.
Matt’s back this week, whether that’s a good thing is up for discussion. As is the lads’ trip out for a Tesla test drive. Apple working on a TV guide, using Playstation controllers with your Apple TV, Apple Watch news and bug fixing bounties.
A bar blocking mobile phone usage, 9 out of 10 people want / don’t want a new iPhone, the Bluetooth headphone saga rolls on and Kayne puts a shout out to Apple, yo! All this and a few tangents taken on this week’s Essential Apple Podcast
In the week where Apple met their own expectations, iPhone sales decline but iPad’s show some promise (finally) I’m joined by Karl and Dean (crystal.io) to talk all things Apple, Tesla and other randomness.
We were going to go WWDC prediction bonkers but just before going live Apple announced the subscription plans for the App store. So we talk about that, Mark Gurman, press expectations, our expectations, worth a chirp and some interesting listener comments.
After yet another password breach where some lucky soul thought they bagged themselves a Amazon Prime subscription, it was finally time to put 1Password through it’s paces. The end result.. Just get it because it turns out I’m not the only fan of it on the show.
A strange week of Apple news from rumoured thunderbolt displays, rumoured iPhone release cycles, rumoured rumours and sources familiar with the matter. Yet we still manage to pack over an 1h 20 mins with something..
Another week and another episode of the Essential Apple show and we have a new game to start things off simply called “What’s in my hand”. We discuss iPhones potentially becoming cheaper after sales slump, iPads and education might be marked for failure, Skype issues for podcasters, Nemos hardware store and Google IO.