Upgrade looks at how technology shapes our lives, from the devices in our hands and pockets to the streaming services that keep us entertained. Hosted by Jason Snell and Myke Hurley.
A Wrestling Match With App Icons
iOS 15 is here and Myke and Jason share their opinions about new features! Also we've got a lot of Apple Event follow-up, and now that Ted Lasso has won eight Emmy Awards, it's time to back the truck full of money up to Jason Sudeikis's house.
Midnight Is Starlight's Best Friend
Apple announced new iPhones, Apple Watches and iPads on Tuesday, and this is our quick reaction to the news. What color is the saddest rainbow? Why was Joz locked out of Apple Park one night? Why is Myke disappointed about the Apple Watch design?
The 2021 September Event Draft
It's another emergency draft! In this bonus episode, Jason and Myke predict what will happen at Tuesday’s Apple media event. What form will the new iPhones take? Will a new Apple Watch make an appearance?
The One With How Titles Are Made
As Jason and Myke wait for the announcement of an iPhone launch event, they discuss Apple's curious set of incremental changes to App Store policies, what those changes mean, and how they inform Apple's possible future strategies.
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
It's the first-ever Upgrade Call-In Show! This week, Myke and Jason answer listener questions about Apple, themselves... and popular dance steps. Go ahead caller--we're listening.
My Experience With the Floating Lozenges
This week we kick off our annual fundraising for St. Jude, ask listeners to call in with their questions, and discuss how Apple approaches putting features in--and taking them out--of its public betas.
Usually interesting conversations.
Insightful, timely, and full of fun! It’s a great show about all things Apple. Jason and Myke are so smart and such great people—its nice to hear their takes on Apple’s products and services.
I appreciate the insight that Jason and Mike bring to the world of Apple tech and related topics. Jason has a lot of background in the industry and brings that experience to bear in his spot on analysis.
It’s interesting to see 1 or 2 start reviews here claiming that Jason and Mike are either Apple Haters or Apple Fanboys. It seems that they piss off those on either end of that tedious totter.