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    • 3.9, 1.3K Ratings

Get the latest Apple news and views from the top names in Mac, iPhone, iPod, and iPad journalism.

Records live every Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

derkcir ,

Love the show

Love the show but as others have mentioned sometimes the hosts can go on way to long to make a point. Also I wonder if Renee can hear or is he just that insensitive that he starts talking right in the middle of someone else’s point. Many times right in the “middle” of someone’s sentence he will just start talking. Anyway I can put up with the clumsy conversations for now because I love the subject and mostly like the hosts.

Sebastian Muffington ,

Favorite podcast since 2011

Leo has seen it all, Renee provides an optimistic insider’s view and Andy is one smart son of a gun. Between Renee’s connections to the company and Andy’s ability to look at the big picture, there’s a ton of insight here. Having Leo play devil’s advocate keeps everyone in their toes. Shame Alex doesn’t come by more often. Honestly not sure where Lory fits in right now but she’s a nice person with a cool voice. Sometimes Andy takes the scenic route but he’s usually pretty darn funny. No way in hell I’d keep listening if he was replaced.
This is the right balance of information, examination and entertainment. Keep up the great work.

SomeTorv ,

Needs broader context & new contributors (and more Alex!)

Hearing thoughts on what Apple is doing nice, but often too much in a vacuum. You don’t have to spend half the show talking about other companies products, but putting Apple in the context of the industry is important to understanding and appreciating Apple. Please do more of that.

Andy is too “old school Apple” to be a meaningful contributor any longer. His comments feel very out of touch with the company and industry. Make him a host so he can provide historical context while letting new contributors who are more plugged into the industry of today weigh in.

Also, needs more Alex! In addition to being amazing, he is the only contributor that actually works in the “professional creative” industry, so his perspective is amazing contrast to the tech journalist. Also give Alex his own show to just talk about whatever he wants for as long as he wants.

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