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

The Dalrymple Report Jim Dalrymple

    • Technology
    • 4.2 • 137 Ratings

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

    Episode 333: Apple car, sports app, and robots

    Episode 333: Apple car, sports app, and robots

    Apple cancelled its long-running car project this week, leaving people wondering what will happen to all of the technology it invented and gathered during the last decade. The company also released a new app, similar to News, but focused solely on sports. Dave and I talk about if we would have a robot in our house and what we could use it for in the future.
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    Show Notes:
    Apple cancels electric car project
    Some everyday Items That NASA Invented
    But not velcro
    Vision Pro demand
    Apple Sports
    Gruber on Apple Sports
    Apple Vision Pro glass may not break easily, but it’s highly susceptible to scratches
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    The killing, Hulu Ready Player Two, a book by Ernest Cline Griselda, Netflix

    • 53 min
    Episode 332: Apple financials, Siri, and Vision Pro

    Episode 332: Apple financials, Siri, and Vision Pro

    Apple reported another stellar fiscal first quarter last week, with good numbers in almost all product segments. Dave and I take a quick look at all of the numbers. We also talk about some different responses you get from Siri and Alexa when asking similar questions. Of course, the Vision Pro is still in the news as more people get their hands on Apple's newest device. It's turning out to be Apple's most exciting product launch in years.
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    Show Notes:
    Apple reports first quarter results
    Meta’s Reality Labs loses record $4.65 billion ahead of Apple’s Vision Pro launch
    Apple Vision Pro arrives in Apple Store locations across the U.S.
    Vision Pro “Travel Mode”
    Apple says Vision Pro isn’t compatible with Bluetooth mice
    Don’t Lose Your $3,500 Apple Vision Pro, You Can’t Track Its Location
    Apple Vision Pro glass may not break easily, but it’s highly susceptible to scratches
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    The Chestnut Man, Netflix Liaison, Apple TV+ The Grammys, Paramount+

    • 56 min
    Episode 331: Vision Pro, HomePod, and Stanley

    Episode 331: Vision Pro, HomePod, and Stanley

    The estimated sales of Vision Pro are above expectations and could signal a great start for Apple's newest product line. Dave and I take a look at the numbers and some of the early reviews. People have been offering some help into my ongoing problems with the HomePod, but we're not there yet. And Stanley ran into some trouble with its tumblers this week.
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    Show Notes:
    Apple Has Sold Approximately 200,000 Vision Pro Headsets
    Apple Vision Pro Review: The Best Headset Yet Is Just a Glimpse of the Future
    Gruber’s review
    Apple’s visionOS doesn’t let users rearrange icons
    Apple Vision Pro Battery Isn’t Hot-Swappable
    Stanley tumblers
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Star Trek: The Next Generation “The Greatest Night In Pop”, Netflix

    • 53 min
    Episode 330: Drums, Mac, and iPhone security

    Episode 330: Drums, Mac, and iPhone security

    Dave picked up a new drum set and is waiting for Christmas to end so he can set them up—he explains the extended holiday in the show. It's a big anniversary for the Mac this week! Apple also released a new security setting to help users combat theft if their devices are stolen. We take a look at the rumored opening weekend sales of the Vision Pro.
    Show Notes:
    Dave’s new drum kit
    Apple scores record 13 Academy Award nominations
    The Macintosh is 40 years old
    Apple Music will now pay 10% higher royalties to artists for Spatial Audio music
    Turn On This New iPhone Setting to Protect Your Money and Photos
    Vision Pro opening weekend

    • 56 min
    Episode 329: Streaming, Vision Pro, Apple Watch

    Episode 329: Streaming, Vision Pro, Apple Watch

    This week, Dave and I talk about which streaming services we like the best and some that we could do without. We also talk about the trend to have exclusive viewing on streaming, like last week's NFL game on Peacock. The Vision Pro is now available for preorder—will you get one? After losing its court case, Apple is making some changes to the Apple Watch moving forward.
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    Show Notes:
    Chiefs Dolphins game was biggest live streamed event in US history
    Peacock’s wild-card game likely just the start of the NFL’s playoff streaming era
    Vision Pro preorders start today
    Apple Announces Streaming Services and Sports Apps Available on Vision Pro at Launch
    Vision Pro Hands-On
    Apple’s Vision Pro Won’t Launch With Netflix App
    Apple adds new banner to Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 pages
    Can a Samsung AI Phone Beat an iPhone?
    Apple’s Vision Pro Won’t Launch With Netflix App
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Northern exposure, Amazon Prime

    • 51 min
    Episode 328: Liquid detector, Vision Pro, and taunting

    Episode 328: Liquid detector, Vision Pro, and taunting

    Macs can now inform Apple if any liquid has been spilled in the USB-C ports. So, if you spill something on your Mac and then take it in for service, they will know what happened. Preorders for the Vision Pro begin on January 19, with availability on February 2, 2024. Dave and I also talk about the corrective lenses you can get for the device. A man was mugged and had his iPhone stolen—the thief then hacked his Ring camera inside his house and began taunting him.
    Show Notes:
    Def Leppard drummer
    Apple Vision Pro available in the U.S. on February 2
    Gruber on corrective lenses
    Thief stole iPhone, hacked my Ring camera to watch and taunt me INSIDE my home
    How to lock your iPhone from your Apple Watch with a Focus Modes hack
    Clicks keyboard for iPhone
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Tehran, Apple TV+ Fool Me Once, Netflix Mrs. Davis, Peacock

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
137 Ratings

137 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!

Bruegrassboy ,

Jim endures his idiot friend’s uninformed opinions

Knowledgeable Apple superuser and pundit Jim Dalrymples weekly conversation with his friend - who couldn’t be less knowledgeable or experienced. Jim is 5/5. Dave is 0/5. Seriously, Dave just rambles on about things he has read about but has no experience with - or worse - has failed to dig into with any effort. So basically this clown just reads headlines about things and then spouts off random incorrect things. If you have any background knowledge about the topic you’ll be pulling your hair out at how stupid and uninformed he is. I have absolutely no idea why Dalrymple continues to waste time with him. I know I don’t anymore. Sorry Jim. Get smarter friends.

jmd1033 ,

Should be called the Dave Mark podcast

Jim is great but has no business having his own podcast as he never speaks for more than 10% of the show. Dave, OTOH, babbles incessantly. I keep trying the show every few months but nothing has changed and listening to Dave is just cringy.

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