100 episodes

iPhone, iPad, Mac — for everything Apple and beyond. Learn more. Be more. iMore!

iMore show Mobile Nations

    • Technology

iPhone, iPad, Mac — for everything Apple and beyond. Learn more. Be more. iMore!

    Swiper, no swiping!

    Swiper, no swiping!

    COVID-19 remains top-of-mind in the tech industry. The crew talk about Apple's actions to help reduce spread of the virus along with their efforts to offer educational and creative resources to their users.
    iPadOS 13.4 is here with mouse and trackpad support. This new way of interacting with iPad makes it even more capable than ever. Speaking of iPad, they also chat about the FUD and FOMO behind the new models and the A12Z Bionic processor.
    Show Notes and Links:
    Apple announces new COVID-19 app and website | iMore Tim Cook announces Apple is donating 10 million masks to fight COVID-19 | iMore Apple releases new videos to help educators teach students from home | iMore Apple plans to begin reopening its retail stores in the first half of April | iMore How to use a mouse or trackpad with your iPhone or iPad | iMore Medical Supplies | NOMAD® The 2020 iPad's A12Z Bionic might just be an A12X with an enabled GPU | iMore Quinn Nelson on Twitter: "I see a lot of people getting irrationally frustrated that the A12Z is just an A12X with an extra GPU core unlocked. This might seem weird those who don't know how manufacturing ICs works, but Apple is doing what literally every silicon manufacturer does. Lemme explain:" / Twitter You can now buy an app once and use it on all of your Apple devices | iMore Apple extends Final Cut Pro X and offers Logic Pro X free for 90 days | iMore Lake Coloring drops it's yearly subscription by 80% | iMore Coronavirus forces several new movies to release early as digital rentals, watch them now | iMore Sponsors:
    Thrifter.com: All the best deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and more, fussily curated and constantly updated. Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 1 hr 1 min
    New MacBook Air and iPad Prooooooooooooo!

    New MacBook Air and iPad Prooooooooooooo!

    It's party time! After months of rumor and speculation, Apple has released new MacBook Air and iPad Pro models. The gang are joined by returning guests Joe Keller and Vyyyper to talk about the new goodies and help you decide which devices might be right for you.
    Show Notes and Links:
    MacBook Air 2020: Everything you need to know | iMore iPad Pro (2020): Everything you need to know | iMore Sponsors:
    LinkedIn Learning: Visit linkedinlearning.com/imore and sign up for a demo today. Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Feed Me, Seymour!

    Feed Me, Seymour!

    Apple has announced WWDC 2020 as an online-only event. The band of usual suspects are joined once again by Joe Keller as they dig into a leaked and reverse engineered build of iOS 14. It's impossible to say what will ultimately make the cut, but this internal development version contains new features like full cursor support for iPad, a fitness app, increased Siri support, and much more.
    We round out the episode with some tips for working from home!
    Show Notes and Links:
    WWDC 2020 announced Apple says you actually CAN clean your iPhone with disinfectant wipes iOS 14 early build leaks True cursor support for iPad, Fitness app, customizable Siri voice for third-party apps, HomeKit video facial recognition and Night Mode, Accessibility improvements, third-party wallpaper support, Home page list views Sponsors:
    Netgear: If you are ready for Netgear’s best WiFi ever, you can get it today from NETGEAR and never worry about WiFi again. Check out Orbi WiFi 6 at your local Best Buy or at netgear.com/bestwifi Indeed: Indeed gives you the smart tools to make hiring decisions quickly, and to be confident that you’re making the right hire for your team. Post your job today at indeed.com/imore and get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first posting. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply. Offer valid through March 31, 2020. Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Best Use of Taffeta Since Prom Dresses

    The Best Use of Taffeta Since Prom Dresses

    COVID-19 is having a massive effect on the tech industry as companies deal with delayed component availability, missed revenue targets, and canceled trade shows. Focus is shifting to Apple and the possibility that this summer's WWDC could be canceled. What's the fear vs. reality of the situation?
    How close is Apple coming to releasing a MacBook based on an ARM processor of their own design? Rumors are suggesting it could be as soon as 2021.
    Last up, wireless OS recovery may be coming to iOS sooner than later. It paves the way for a future with portless phones, but also enables an iOS device to be recovered without the use of a computer.
    Show Notes and Links:
    Will there be a WWDC in light of COVID-19 2021 MacBook may come with Apple-designed processor A trackpad for iPad? OS Recovery possibly coming to iOS Sponsors:
    Netgear: If you are ready for Netgear’s best WiFi ever, you can get it today from NETGEAR and never worry about WiFi again. Check out Orbi WiFi 6 at your local Best Buy or at netgear.com/bestwifi Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Oprah or AirPods?

    Oprah or AirPods?

    The gang are joined this week by YouTuber and the Man About Tech himself: Vyyyper! They discuss Apple's note to investors about Q2 guidance due to COVID-19, and what products may be coming or delayed in a possible March event. Are new iPads, AirTags, and a new iPhone on the way soon or not?
    The world lost a brilliant computer scientist this week, Larry Tesler. Tesler invented cut-and-paste and also worked for a number of years at Apple.
    Show Notes and Links:
    Vyyyper - The Man About Tech - YouTube VypLive - YouTube Apple's note to investors about Q2 20 guidance Will a March event happen March 31? MWC has been canceled, companies are pulling out of GDC. What might COVID-19 mean for 2020 tech conferences? Larry Tesler, inventor of cut-and-paste, and Apple scientist passed away AirPods Pro 'Lite'? Or just AirPods 3 We may see those AirTags soon Sponsors:
    Indeed: Indeed gives you the smart tools to make hiring decisions quickly, and to be confident that you’re making the right hire for your team. Post your job today at indeed.com/imore and get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first posting. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply. Offer valid through March 31, 2020. Netgear: If you are ready for Netgear’s best WiFi ever, you can get it today from NETGEAR and never worry about WiFi again. Check out Orbi WiFi 6 at your local Best Buy or at netgear.com/bestwifi Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 53 min
    Will they? Won't they? Are we getting a new iPhone in March or not?

    Will they? Won't they? Are we getting a new iPhone in March or not?

    Swift Playgrounds is now available on Mac, making it even easier to get a taste of software development. There are new phones from Samsung, including the Galaxy Z Flip, and signs continue to point towards a less expensive iPhone to be announced sooner than later.
    Apple has been ordered to pay employees in California for time spent waiting for their bags to be searched after their work shift. And speaking of bags, a man found his missing AirPods Pro in a bag of chips.
    Show Notes and Links:
    Swift Playgrounds on Mac New Samsung phones, earbuds Totallee betting on a new iPhone this spring Apple ordered to pay employees for time they spend waiting for bag search before they leave work Apple Card transaction exports now support OFX Lost AirPods Pro found ... in a bag of chips Sponsors:
    LinkedIn Learning: Visit linkedinlearning.com/imore and sign up for a demo today. Netgear: If you are ready for Netgear’s best WiFi ever, you can get it today from NETGEAR and never worry about WiFi again. Check out Orbi WiFi 6 at your local Best Buy or at netgear.com/bestwifi Hosts:
    Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

RobertPetras ,

It is quite dull

Somehow I got very bored listening this podcast. I found little value in talking about why the latest gadgets are better than the old ones. It is obvious, isn't it?

Top Podcasts In Technology

Listeners Also Subscribed To

More by Mobile Nations