250 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, 347 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
347 Ratings

347 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.

mmangin ,

Host

Victor thinks he’s always right and no one else’s opinion matters.

MonkeySQ ,

Up and down!

I used to enjoy this podcast much more in the past, it now rarely provides anything beyond the articles on Appleinsider. The chemistry between William and Victor seems a bit off. William doesn't seem up to date on the latest news nor does he have much to add to the conversation, if its an act, it's just not flattering. Victor is very knowledgeable but at times he does come across a bit condescending. When Neil, Daniel or Mike W were on to provide their thoughts and insights, the show was much more enjoyable and didn't seem like a simple reading of the Appleinsider articles.

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