Facts are stronger than fiction, which is why this episode starts with a discussion about Apple’s latest financial results, and the company’s removal of some VPN apps in the Chinese App Store. But then of course, it’s rumor extravaganza again with some new revelations about iPhone 8, new Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
Sebastien finally settles down in France and discusses his set up. Cody finally installs iOS 11 beta on his iPhone and shares his first impressions. The two hosts talk about Apple Watch Series 3, HomePod, and they answer listener questions.
This is a very informal and natural conversation turned into an episode of your favorite podcast, where Cody and Sebastien talk about various iOS-related topics. From MacBook Pro accessories, to watchOS 4 beta, they pretty much cover it all.
Things are looking up for the two co-hosts as Sebastien fixed his Gmail issue, and Cody got a replacement for his broken iPhone 7 Plus screen. The two talk about Amazon’s move to compete with the yet-to-come HomePod, Amazon’s rumored messaging service, iPhone 8 production delays, and The Defiant Ones.
Sebastien welcomes yet another new iOS device to his family. Can you guess what that is? The two co-hosts share their experience with iOS 11, and specifically on an iPad. They then discuss ongoing rumors that Touch ID might be on its way out. Finally, they talk iPhone pricing.
Cody and Sebastien confirm that living life on a beta software isn’t always a smart idea. The pair talks about iOS 11 features, ARKit, and iPhone 8. Surprisingly, no talk about the iPhone’s ten year anniversary.
Cody and Sebastien can’t resist the urge to talk about Planet of the Apps again, but they can definitely resist the urge to talk too much about iPhone 8 rumors this time around. Sebastien is not happy with the new Podcasts app in iOS 11. Finally, the guys talk about how they keep up with the news using RSS and Twitter lists.
Cody and Sebastien got some time to look back at the event and chime in with more thoughts about HomePod, the iMac Pro, the Mac Pro, iOS 11 and its iPad-specific features, and watchOS 4. Also, Cody really doesn’t like Planet of the Apps.