Twitter is pulling support for their Mac app, but it’s not the end of the world as there are a couple worthy alternatives. Cody and Sebastien discuss Apple’s rumored renewed focus on software quality ahead of WWDC 2018. Finally, Sebastien share more thoughts about HomePod after a week of use (spoiler: it’s really good).
An entire episode dedicated to Sébastien’s limited hands-on time with HomePod, including first impressions about design, setup, sound, voice detection/recognition, smarts, Apple TV pairing, and more. Sebastien also shared the results of his five-day water-only fast.
A year after their official debut, Cody finally gets a pair of AirPods and shares his first impressions. On the eve of HomePod shipments being dispatched, Cody and Sebastien talk about the lack of support for Bluetooth streaming on the device. The two also talk about rumors of stability and performance improvements in iOS 12, Apple’s latest financial results, and more.
Come for the HomePod talk, stay for the discussion about new iOS 11.3 features! This week, Cody is bearish about the HomePod and explains why he didn’t order one. Sebastien is bullish about the HomePod and explains why he ordered two, and how much faith he has in this new product.
Apple doesn’t have to make iPhone less addictive, but it could definitely share usage data with users to maybe make them realize how they use their devices. Cody and Sebastien have a great conversation around that and other topics, such as AirPods, Apple’s big investment into the US economy, and of course: batteries!
Despite major technical difficulties, this episode came to life! Listen to Cody and Sebastien talk about the battery of problems (pun intended!) that Apple is facing these days, Jimmy Iovine leaving Apple, and upcoming TV content produced by Apple.
As the new year begins, Cody and Sebastien share what they’d like to see from Apple in 2018. They then go slightly off-topic by talking about their health and fitness goals for the twelve months to come.
Your two favorite co-hosts talk about Apple’s deliberate throttling of iPhones with degraded battery health, as well as the new rumor that Apple may make it possible for developers to release universal apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Finally, Cody and Sebastien share their favorite stuff of the year.
While everybody else is busy making wrapping gifts and making lists of the coolest things of 2017, Cody and Sebastien are talking iPhone X scratch resistance, HQ, app pre-orders, AirPods, and cool new accessories.
Cody is not very happy with the way iOS handles sound control. Sebastien talks about the iDB app update and the inconsistencies of the app approval process in the App Store. They both talk about the best App Store apps of 2017, as per Apple… Then Sebastien confides about his latest addiction. But everything is fine because Jony is back in the studio.
Oh boy, was that a bad week for Apple. Last time it was so bad, Scott Forstall was still working for the company. Like with most bad stories, there is a silver lining, albeit very minor. On a more positive note, HQ is fun (add “senastienpage” as your referral code in the app – yes, it’s totally misspelled!), wireless charging is awesome, and maybe you can help Cody find the right app to wake up in the morning.