Cody and Sebastien muse on Apple’s upcoming education event and what could be announced in terms of software and hardware. The two also discuss WWDC 2018, and surprisingly, how Cody could be the secret inventor of the iPhone.
Don’t fall for the scam that asks you to pay your taxes with iTunes gift card. No, seriously, this is real. Cody and Sebastien discuss rumors of a new smaller HomePod, a revamped MacBook Air, and Apple-branded over-the-ear noise canceling headphones. They also talk about the future, doping, and round things.
Cody and Sebastien discuss the rumor of a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, and Netflix’s insane investment in a ginormous amount of TV shows and movies. Sebastien shares the apps he uses daily to keep up with his new year resolutions to be more healthy and focused. Cody is still working on getting a six-pack.
Cody and Sebastien talk about recent rumors of new AirPods being released in 2018, and Apple’s long awaited AirPower charging mat. And because Samsung just unveiled its two new flagship devices, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, well, they kinda have to talk about that too.
Twitter is pulling support for their Mac app, but it’s not the end of the world as there are a couple worthy alternatives. Cody and Sebastien discuss Apple’s rumored renewed focus on software quality ahead of WWDC 2018. Finally, Sebastien share more thoughts about HomePod after a week of use (spoiler: it’s really good).
An entire episode dedicated to Sébastien’s limited hands-on time with HomePod, including first impressions about design, setup, sound, voice detection/recognition, smarts, Apple TV pairing, and more. Sebastien also shared the results of his five-day water-only fast.
A year after their official debut, Cody finally gets a pair of AirPods and shares his first impressions. On the eve of HomePod shipments being dispatched, Cody and Sebastien talk about the lack of support for Bluetooth streaming on the device. The two also talk about rumors of stability and performance improvements in iOS 12, Apple’s latest financial results, and more.
Are you confused about what HomePod can and can’t play? If so, Apple has now updated HomePod’s technical specifications with a handy list of all the audio sources that the Siri-powered wireless speaker supports out of the box.
Come for the HomePod talk, stay for the discussion about new iOS 11.3 features! This week, Cody is bearish about the HomePod and explains why he didn’t order one. Sebastien is bullish about the HomePod and explains why he ordered two, and how much faith he has in this new product.
Turning on the radio in the morning to catch up on events is so last century: Siri can serve up local podcast-based audio news reports when asked about daily news via one of the supported hands-free methods. Here’s how to use Siri News.
While an Apple Music subscription is required for full music functionality, HomePod does let you play your purchased music from iTunes Store, as well as stream the Beats 1 radio station and listen to your favorite podcasts for free.