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Jim Dalrymple and Dave Mark face off on all things Apple, tech, music, and just a sprinkling of hockey.

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    • 4.2 • 130 Ratings

Jim Dalrymple and Dave Mark face off on all things Apple, tech, music, and just a sprinkling of hockey.

    Episode 250: USB-C iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple Music

    Episode 250: USB-C iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple Music

    This week Dave and I talk about the rumors of Apple bringing out a USB-C iPhone in 2023. We also talk about what a smaller Apple TV would like and what problems other companies have with those smaller TV streaming devices. This week Apple Music announced it will start streaming concerts for its subscribers. This seems like a perfect move for Apple and the artists.
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    Show Notes:
    Apple Testing iPhones That Ditch Lightning Ports in Favor of USB-C
    A smaller Apple TV is in the works?
    Apple Music will livestream concerts, starting with Harry Styles
    Apple Music concert landing page
    The Sun logo
    Sun Microsystems almost buys Apple
    “Now Playing” app on Apple Watch

    • 58 min
    Episode 249: iPod Touch, AirPods, and FIDO

    Episode 249: iPod Touch, AirPods, and FIDO

    Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch. Dave and I talk about the history of the iPod and why it makes sense to call it quits on the product. We also talk about AirPods Pro and Max this week. Both devices are rumored to be updated this year, but what does that mean and what would the right price be for the products. Apple, Google, and Microsoft have all committed to support for FIDO—Dave tells us what that is and why it's important.
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    Show Notes:
    Alexander Ovechkin and Putin
    Apple discontinues iPod touch
    Gruber: A Touching Goodbye for
    AirPods Max, what’s next?
    Google announces Pixel Buds Pro
    Apple, Google, and Microsoft commit to expanded support for FIDO standard to accelerate availability of passwordless sign‑ins
    Disney+ Hits 137.7M Subscribers

    • 1 hr
    Episode 248: Phantom AirTag, Apple results, and headphones

    Episode 248: Phantom AirTag, Apple results, and headphones

    Apple reported its fiscal second quarter results this week. Dave and I talk about the money and how each product category did once all the numbers were in. We also talk about Sony's new headphones and the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Apple's AirTags are in the news again this week, but this time it's a phantom AirTag that has a family, and the police, baffled.
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    Show Notes:
    Dolly Parton Reverses Course On Her Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Decision
    Apple 2nd quarter results
    On assembly of Apple products and dependence on China
    AirTag tracking alert hits teenager’s phone at Disney World – without locating tracker
    AirTags, a honeymoon, and some lost luggage
    Sony WH-1000XM5 Headphones Leak Reveals New Design, Enhanced ANC, and Battery Life

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 247: iPhone, self repair, and AirDrop ads

    Episode 247: iPhone, self repair, and AirDrop ads

    It's no surprise that iPhone 14 rumors are already making the rounds, so Dave and I talk about some of the more interesting ones that have come out. Apple's self service repair program is now available. Dave and I have very different views on the program as we discuss in the show. Imagine walking into an Apple Store and getting an AirDrop ad on your iPhone from a third-party company—that's what happened to some people this week.
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    Show Notes:
    Mark Gurman: iPhone 14 rumors
    iPhone 14 camera upgrades coming for FaceTime and more, predicts Kuo
    Apple’s Self Service Repair now available
    Repair manuals
    Apple’s Self-Repair Vision Is Here, and It’s Got a Catch
    Apple Store Customers Targeted With Creative AirDropped Ad Campaign to Promote ‘Cheaper and Greener’ Refurbished Devices
     

    • 53 min
    Episode 246: Netflix, Final Cut Pro, Click to Cancel

    Episode 246: Netflix, Final Cut Pro, Click to Cancel

    Netflix seems to be in a bit of trouble if its recent earnings are any indication. Dave and I discuss what we think could be the cause of the company's drop in subscribers. We also talk about the frustration among professional Final Cut Pro users, and a new piece of legislation in Pennsylvania that would force companies to allow users to cancel a subscription online, instead of forcing them to make a phone call.
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    Show Notes:
    Herman Miller Aeron chair
    Ovi setting all sorts of records
    Tim Cook and Final Cut Pro
    Netflix Explores a Version With Ads as Subscriber Base Shrinks
    Pennsylvania House introduces “Click to Cancel” legislation
    Playlist for Severance
     

    • 54 min
    Episode 245: Crime, Twitter, and Google apps

    Episode 245: Crime, Twitter, and Google apps

    There were a few technology related crime stories that Dave and I found interesting this week, including a driverless car that was stopped by the police. We also found out how the MLB and Apple are handling baseball games on Apple TV and Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter.
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    Show Notes:
    Apple’s Major League Baseball deal
    Cops pulling over driverless car
    Police use ‘Find my iPhone’ to track kidnapped child
    Elon Musk and Twitter
    Google kills free Google Apps, custom domain email
     

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

webmasterbill2 ,

A sound program :)

The show is always enjoyable. Jim is a kick, and has really interesting guests. If I had anything that I wish could be different, I think the audio level could be evened out a bit. (Jim can get to sounding really soft and distant, maybe 10dB or more down from the guest.) Other than that, keep up the good work!

Koochiboo ,

Could be a lot better

Jim is really great and knowledgeable, but that Dave is unlistenable. He cannot stop talking. He appears to speak about 80% of the time. I know it is not his fault, but his voice is like nails on a chalkboard. I think a speech coach may help. Dave does have some great insights, but needs to throttle back a bit and let Jim speak.

Ctest ,

Too lazy to actually include links

Subject says it all lazy hard to understand at times and boring at times

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