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This week, Karen and Luke talk about the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro more in-depth and dive into exciting and bizarre Apple news. more
This week, Karen, Stephen, and Luke talk even more about all the new devices launching today! more
This week, Luke, Karen, and Stephen unpack all the announcements from Apple's Far Out event. With plenty of talk about Dynamic Island, Apple Watch Ultra, iPhone 14 Plus, and much more! more
Interesting analysis of Apple’s business, great discussions. They collectively have some great experience and can talk from the point of view of “is this good for the grandparents and students we used to serve at the Apple store?” and “does this pro device meet the needs of actual professionals?” As well as “is this a good business strategy?” and “will this device/service make money for Apple and continue to be sold?” more
I enjoy listening to the show. I miss the older podcast crew, but overall, the current crop is good too. The most recent show rubbed me the wrong way with the hosts talking about keeping the notch around because it makes the iPhone look distinctive. Maybe they didn’t mean it this way, but to me, that came across as pretty elitism since they want others to know they’re using an iPhone and not some other brand.
OMG stop talking Joe, the guy doesn’t let anyone talk. This show gets worse every 6 months, all the smart and articulate people have left. Obviously not the place to be. See ya imore
This used to be timely and informative and filled with interesting opinions. Since the Holy Trinity left, the presentation is poorer and disjointed, the info is often garbled and the opinions often seemed based either on very limited experience or non-majority of the real users use cases. I’m sad.
Christine is soooooooo meh…her energy (or rather, lack thereof) was completely off putting and caused awkward pauses. She sounds almost as if she’s bored.
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iMore show launched 15 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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