MacBreak Weekly covers all things Apple – Macs, iPhones, iPads, Watches, Apple TV, and more. Join Leo Laporte and his co-hosts Jason Snell, Andy Ihnatko, and Alex Lindsay as they dive Apple news, rumors, updates, and reviews. Records live every Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 19:00 UTC.
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I watched this podcast for years. Then I discovered other podcasts which were more interesting for my personal taste. After two years, maybe more, of break I watched it today again. I was right, I cannot watch it anymore. Nothing personal, but you guys are just too old. Nice anniversary, congratulations. Maybe it is right time to end the show on this note. Think about it. All the good things come to an end……
Lefty Leo strikes again. It would really be nice if the MacBreak show was less about politics. I should not be able to tell that Leo is a left wing communist. Andy is a nice guy but he belongs on a show more about tech that he can talk to his hearts desire. He goes on and on without taking a breath. Alex is the most level headed guy on the show and often, in my opinion, gets figuratively, shouted down whenever he has an opinion that’s not Leo’s or Andy’s. Please Andy take a breath and stop talki... more
The addition of Jason has been great, but considering all the options out there, this isn’t a great podcast. more
I’ve been listening for many years and I still consistently enjoy the show and the banter between the host. I miss Rene Ritchie but Jason Snell has been a very worthy addition in his place. Really look forward to Alex’s picks and information as it’s always technical and informative. They usually have great guests on the show including some previous host like Rene. This podcast has become part of my life. The weeks that they take their well deserved break always makes my commute pretty dull. I ho... more
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