Let’s Talk iOS 227: Don’t say Bluetooth

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). 

Let’s Talk iOS 225: Out of sight, out of mind

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.

Let’s Talk iOS 224: The HomePod smuggler

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. 

Let’s Talk iOS 223: The party is over

Apple doesn’t have to make iPhone less addictive, but it could definitely share usage data with users to maybe make them realize how they use their devices. Cody and Sebastien have a great conversation around that and other topics, such as AirPods, Apple’s big investment into the US economy, and of course: batteries! 

“Hey Siri, play some news”

iOS 11.2 users can now get their spoken daily news brief from a variety of sources, like NPR, BBC, Sky News or The Washington Post, just by asking Siri hands-free to get you some news. Doing so automatically launches an appropriate third-party news podcast in Apple’s Podcasts app.