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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 339: Eclipse, iPads, and Teens

    Episode 339: Eclipse, iPads, and Teens

    The solar eclipse happened this week so Dave and I took a few minutes to talk about our experiences. The rumored iPad release date is getting closer—they may be released a couple of weeks before WWDC in June. The teen population has spoken—in a new survey, teens say they love their iPhones, but don't like Apple Music or Apple TV+.
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    Show Notes:
    NCAA Women Beat Men in Finals’ Ratings for First Time—but Got 99% Less TV Money
    Microsoft Says Windows Laptops With Snapdragon X Elite Will Be Faster Than M3 MacBook Air
    New iPads Likely to Launch During Second Week of May
    Teens Love iPhone and Apple Watch, But Not Apple Music and Apple TV+
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Hit & Run, Netflix Fly Me to the Moon, Apple TV+ Curb Your Enthusiasm series finale, Max

    • 52 min
    Episode 338: Home Robotics, Switching to Android, and Apple TV+ Movies

    Episode 338: Home Robotics, Switching to Android, and Apple TV+ Movies

    After stopping development of its car project, Apple is now rumored to be entering the home robotics space. It will be interesting to see what that will be in the future. The New York Times gave one of its reporters the task of switching from iPhone to Android—it went okay, but it certainl wasn't smooth in all areas. Apple TV+ added a lot of movies from different studios to its service this week. They are all available for free if you subscribe to Apple TV+.
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    Show Notes:
    The Tropicana Hotel
    Apple Explores Home Robotics as Potential ‘Next Big Thing’ After Car Fizzles
    Switching From iPhone to Android Is Easy. It’s the Aftermath That Stings
    Apple TV+ Gains Even More Movies for a Limited Time
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Woman of the Dead, Netflix Loot, Apple TV+ Girls State, Apple TV+ Sugar, Apple TV+

    • 59 min
    Episode 337: WWDC, Siri, and defending Apple

    Episode 337: WWDC, Siri, and defending Apple

    Apple this week announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference. You can find out about the conference, which takes place from June 10-14, at the event Web site. Dave and I talk a little more about Siri and what changes we might see at WWDC. Apple has put longtime executive, Phil Schiller, in charge of defending the company publicly against its growing number of critics.
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    Show Notes:
    The Baltimore Key Bridge collapse
    Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference
    Apple Turns to Longtime Steve Jobs Disciple to Defend Its ‘Walled Garden’
    Movie Piracy App Tops App Store Charts
    Apple Users Targeted in Advanced Phishing Attack Involving Password Reset Requests
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Steve!, Apple TV+ The Gentlemen, Netflix Silo, Apple TV+

    • 59 min
    Episode 336: March Madness, Siri, and iPads

    Episode 336: March Madness, Siri, and iPads

    March Madness has begun! It's a big time for many sports fans, so Dave and I talk for a few minutes about it. We also talk about my continued frustration with Siri and why I'm so upset with Apple. If the rumors are true, Apple is expected to introduce new iPads soon. There could be a new iPad Air and Pro models, but not a new iPad mini.
    Show Notes:
    March Madness
    Siri and HomePod frustration
    iPhone 16 to Adopt Ultra-Thin Bezel Technology to Maximize Display
    Apple to Announce New iPads on March 26, Rumors Claim
    Quickly Toggling Closed Captions on Apple TV
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    The Tourist, Netflix The gentlemen, Netflix

    • 59 min
    Episode 335: Vision Pro Demo, MacBook, and cooking

    Episode 335: Vision Pro Demo, MacBook, and cooking

    Dave visited an Apple Store this week and got a demo of the Vision Pro. He takes us through the process of preparing for the demo and gives us his thoughts on the product. While there, Dave also spent time with the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air and gives us his verdict on which machine he thought was better. We also talked about my new hobby, cooking, and the hours it takes to make a sauce.
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    Show Notes:
    Help Sarah Perez
    Taking Vision Pro for a spin
    Zuck insists Quest 3 is also a computer and not just for games in latest Vision Pro criticism
    M3 MacBook Air Teardown Shows Apple Fixed Base Model’s Biggest Flaw
    All the M3 Macs Still Expected This Year
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    The Reluctant Traveler, Apple TV+ Who is Erin Carter? Netflix Pieces of Her, Netflix

    • 56 min
    Episode 334: MacBook Air, MacBook and iPads

    Episode 334: MacBook Air, MacBook and iPads

    Apple this week introduced a new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air with the M3 chip. Dave and I talk about the features and the performance of the new computer compared to previous versions and compare it to the MacBook Pro. Rumors indicate that Apple may also be planning a 20-inch MacBook with a foldable screen and we talk about Project Tapestry, a new KickStarter from the Iconfactory.
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    Show Notes:
    How to Set a Default Music App on iPhone and iPad
    Apple unveils the new 13- and 15‑inch MacBook Air with the powerful M3 chip
    First Benchmark Result Surfaces for MacBook Air With M3 Chip
    M2 vs. M3 MacBook Air Buyer’s Guide: All Differences Compared
    Gurman: No Apple Event Planned for Upcoming iPads and Macs
    Apple said to be Planning 20-Inch MacBook With Foldable Screen
    Apple introduces transcripts for Apple Podcasts
    Shows and movies we’re watching
    Who Killed Sara? Netflix Steve Martin, Apple TV

    • 52 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!

Koochiboo ,

Good God! Get rid of Dave Mark

Another update on this beclowned podcast. When will Jim jetison this Dave Mark. Today he went on and on about the Baltimore bridge collapse with an emotional overprint. What does this have to do with Apple? I don’t care what this joker thinks about the bridge just because you drove over it a few times. I keep coming back to this podcast hoping has either removed the Dave Mark infestation or at least reined him in. I just get angry. I want to hear from Jim, but he just lets the other guy just drone on. Please fix this. What does Jim see in this flaming emotional leftist?
Several years ago I reviewed this podcast and commented on the loquacious Dave Mark. He speaks about 95% of the time, leaving poor Jim in the dust. Why does he just keep talking? He is not very interesting. His topic selection needs work. Why doesn’t Jim rein him in? Dave Mark just goes on and on, especially when talking about what TV shows he is watching. He must spend his whole day watching TV. He must do no actual work. Who has time for such indulgence? Good God! Who cares what he is watching. What does that have to do with Apple. The man should try not saying “Um” so frequently and please keep your political views out of the podcast. This is a tech podcast. Jim - get a new partner. Dave Mark is insufferable and I am always angry when the podcast finishes. Also, no hockey talk ever again. I only skip over it.

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.

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