244 episodes

AppleInsider launched in 1997 and quickly grew to become one of the Internet's premier sources of information for all things Apple. Each day you'll find the most in-depth coverage and analysis of the latest Apple rumors and insider news surrounding the company, its partners and adversaries.

AppleInsider Podcast AppleInsider

    • Technology
    • 4.0, 324 Ratings

AppleInsider launched in 1997 and quickly grew to become one of the Internet's premier sources of information for all things Apple. Each day you'll find the most in-depth coverage and analysis of the latest Apple rumors and insider news surrounding the company, its partners and adversaries.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
324 Ratings

324 Ratings

turnerluke88 ,

Pretty good podcast

I used to listen to AppleInsider weekly, on Fridays when the episodes were released. While I still enjoy listening from time to time, I find that the discussions on this podcast have gotten too deep into the technical components of Apple devices instead of actually sharing personal stories or advanced tips. Just to be clear, I am not an elementary user and do not appreciate podcasts filled with basic getting started tips, but at the same time, only discussing tech specs can make the podcast dull and boring after a while. Victor also seems to correct William constantly and interrupt when he is sharing some good insight! Overall, this is a fine podcast, but if they want me to go back to being a weekly listener, they need to improve the content and the overall flow of this podcast.

IcarasX ,

Neil as co-host: 5 stars / Neil gone: 2 stars

When I last gave AI a poor score, it was because Neil stopped co-hosting. Victor brought him back for one episode and we were all happy again. Then Neil dissapeared....again. And it’s been months since.

Look, I have nothing against William. I’m sure he’s a really nice guy in reality, but I’m in agreement with a lot of people here. There is little chemistry on the podcast. It does sound like he doesn’t want to be there and Victor is constantly getting on his case. William also sort of shows lack of information on current events with Apple. For example, when asked about the recent Intel Modem fiasco that happened very recently, he was blanking and had to have Victor explain. When comparing 9to5mac’s Happy Hour, both hosts are always on point with current events so there’s never a hiccup in the flow of the podcast.

Right now the podcast is pretty boring. Bring back Neil and this time not for just one episode. He brings a lot of information, insight, as well as energy to the podcast. His opinions are sometimes very fierce but that’s what makes it entertaining to listen to.

Make Apple Insider Podcast great again!

Pbrutto ,

Great Mix

Really enjoy all the co-host/personalities. Informative and unique takes. I always say “oh it’s an interview episode” and listen anyway....only to learn something new every time! The Victor and William dynamic is always interesting. Seems like you guys enjoy chatting one week and then I’m not so sure sure the next, only to be totally silly the following week. It keeps the show interesting, and the variety is why I have been listening for over two years now. Bonus points for having Hammercast as part of the mix! Keep up the obvious research and hard work, and keep the guests coming!

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