Is Apple’s plan to buy chips sourced from Arizona actually good news? Depends which headline you read. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to to talk about the glass half-empty takes. Plus – Apple hardware is filling the glass with medical goodness.
When is old content new again? When Apple TV+ uses it to generate buzz. TMO writer Nick deCourville joins us to talk the Cupertino-streamer’s stealth programming plan. First though, TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts walks us through the Emergency SOS via satellite demo on iPhone 14.
Warren Buffet doesn’t invest in fads. This used to mean he didn’t invest in tech, though between his Apple holdings and the $4.1B he’s invested in chipmaker TSMC, he’s pretty deep in tech at this point. So – what does that mean for technology? “Daily Tech News Show” host Tom Merritt joins Ken to trip down memory lane and peer into tomorrow.
There’s word of a certain malaise inside Apple’s ad department. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to kick that around. Plus – Russian code has been found in apps used by the CDC and the US Army. Jeff will fill us in.
Security researchers say Apple was/is tracking a lot of App Store activity in iOS 14.6. In the time of iOS 16.1.1, this has led to a lawsuit. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk that over. Plus – Twitter and Emergency SOS via Satellite and Steve Jobs’ sandals make it into Mailbag Monday!
China’s new AirDrop limit may go global in 2023. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to discuss that. Plus, rumor has people inside Disney hoping that Apple will try to buy Disney. Ken and Jeff kick the idea around.
Samsung keeps predicting foldable phones and TMO writer Nick deCourville can’t wait. He joins Ken to talk about that, plus a group that made a foldable iPhone of their own. Then, Oculus creator Palmer Luckey says he’s made a VR rig with a sick and twisted twist: When a user dies in VR, they die in meatspace, too.
Today, Ken talks with one of his favorite industry people about one of his favorite topics: Creative Strategies Principal Analyst and CEO Ben Bajarin hits the show to talk augmented reality, virtual reality, Facebook, Apple, and the metaverse.
TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk about how wrong Ken was about Apple shares after the weekend iPhone warning. Then, Jeff has many, many thoughts on the chaotic mess than has been Elon Musk’s handling of Twitter.
A press release on a Sunday night? TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk about the bad iPhone news Apple offered and who the news was for. Plus – Major League Soccer may be Apple’s advertising test kitchen for that other football people like so much.