Join us every week as we discuss all the latest and greatest news about the Apple Watch. We'll also have app reviews, interviews and tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your Apple Watch.
A Dark Day for Dark Sky
A new World Timer watch face found in WatchOS 8 as well as notifications for iPhone left behind, Dark Sky app to shut down next year, a new activity challenge and Apple considers returning to live events. Plus reviews of Planet Fitness watch app and Pad & Quill Brief AirPods Max case.
Make it Spatial
So many things to talk about all the great stuff announced at WWDC, iOS 15, iPadOS15, MacOS Monterey and of course WatchOS 8!
A Game of Cat and Mouse
Apple Watch Series 3 users have problems updating, buy a new electric car and get an Apple Watch free and Jony Ive may have had a hand in the new thin iMacs after all. Plus our thoughts and predictions on the upcoming WWDC event next week.
Air Dog Tags
Apple releases new OS updates including WatchOS 7.5, rumors of new design for the Apple Watch, Apple unveils two new Pride Bands, new accessibility features, lossless streaming music and WWDC schedule. Plus reviews of new Apple TV 4K with new Siri remote and using AirTags with family.
From Next to Nothing to Everything
Apple discontinues Space Gray accessories, new AirPods and HiFi Apple Music may debut soon and a crazy new speaker from a former Apple employee. Plus reviews of new Spring Apple Watch Bands, RunnerGoal app, Apple Maps and Find My
And That's What It's All About
Apple could be bringing blood sugar and blood pressure to a future Apple Watch, more fun with AirTags and some details on Apple Card Family. Plus reviews of the M1 Mac Mini and Parrity web browser app for the Apple Watch.
Can I give them 10 stars?
A must listen for any Apple Watch owner! These guys are awesome! They not only experiment with apps and different things you can do with your watch (hello Buddy Watch and my new obsession with different bands), but they also cover other things relating to Apple. On top of that, they answer questions and give you multiple ideas on how to solve your problem(s).
I really like the podcast, but I would like you to add a few more reviewers. There should be at least 3—so having 4 would guarantee at least 3