John Martellaro joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss the possiblity of A series processors in Macs and the future of iBooks Author.
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Andrew Orr joins Kelly Guimont to talk about AirPods both legit and counterfeit, as well as Black Friday and holiday gift guides.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss what they love (and don’t) about the new Apple Watch and if the iPad is a computer (or not).
Some reviews are dismissing the iPad Pro as “not a real computer.” Kelly calls shenanigans on the definition of the mythical “real” computer.
Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the future of the MacBook, and who (doesn’t) love Safari’s Do Not Track.
On Jeff’s final episode, he’s joined by Bryan Chaffin and host Kelly Guimont to chat about Mac App Store category cleanup and USB-C potential on iPad Pros.
Andrew Orr and Jeff Gamet join host Kelly Guimont to discuss how US carriers aren’t ready for this eSIM jelly, and Apple’s interest in iHeartMedia.
Dave Hamilton has issues making mixtapes, and Jeff Gamet has issues with the new Mac mini. They join host Kelly Guimont to discuss, today on
Coffee Talk Daily Observations.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr discuss today’s Apple Media Event, “There’s More in the Making,” with host Kelly Guimont.
Dave Hamilton and Jeff Gamet join Kelly Guimont to discuss Dave’s new iPhone and the hints at what to expect tomorrow at the “There’s More in the Making” event.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Kelly Guimont to speculate on what else we’ll see at the iPad event (besides iPads), and Apple going toe-to-toe against Bloomberg.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Kelly Guimont to discuss iPhone XR pre-orders and who is lining up, as well as 4K television no longer being a fad.
Amazon held an event covering Alexa updates and a variety of Echo devices that proves Amazon thinks the assistant battle is far from over.
Kelly Guimont found two cool images designed to be Apple Watch faces.
With the US battling both fire and water, it’s a good time to review your own readiness, both in gear and in software. Kelly has some tips for both to help you be prepared.
Apple has quietly made a change that could unlock the doors to HomeKit and help it become the standard for controlling HomeKit devices you built.
Today we have come to the intersection of two glorious things: Star Wars and puns. May the Fourth be with you! Kelly found some sales on physical goods to help you celebrate, and zero Bothans died for this information!
The Star Wars universe got a little smaller on Tuesday when Carrie Fisher, who portrayed Princess Leia in four Star Wars films, passed away following a heart attack late last week.
App Camp For Girls spends a week teaching 8th and 9th grade girls about iOS development. First, teams spend time in Xcode, building a quiz app. Then at the end of the week, each team presents a pitch for their app to a panel of investors. Then at the end of each summer, all the all the quizzes built in all the sessions are compiled into a Quiz Compendium. It’s up to each team to choose a quiz topic, and the door is wide open as far as subjects. This year’s quizzes include “Who Are You in a Cliched Young Adult Novel?” and “What Fruit Are You Most Like?” as two of the 18 in the app. Now that it’s available, pick up the 2016 Compendium for 99 cents, and all sales go to App Camp. (Full Disclosure: Kelly is one of the original App Camp For Girls volunteers.)