Most of the cast of “Ted Lasso” is headed to the White House to talk mental health. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk about some of the great stories on Apple TV+. Plus – the “Steve Jobs” auction revisited, and a quick dip into Mailbag Monday.
Foxconn may make AirPods in India, the founder of TSMC speaks a scary future, and life imitates art on the moon.
Home is a “Major Issue” for Apple, Apple leads on smartphone sustainability, and sticking the year of the rabbit in your ear.
From the Observation Deck, we can see Travelin’ Tim hits Arizona, pricing changes for the App Store, and new homes for HomePod mini.
Speaking at an event in Arizona, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the tech giant’s chips will soon be able to be labeled as “Made in America.”
Questions on why TSMC would choose the desert state of Arizona lead to research, which shows the decision actually makes sense.
“iPhone City” isn’t the only city in China seeing protests. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins us to talk societal issues, Foxconn issues, and issues for Apple investors. Then, a Mailbag Monday question from Johnny: If chipmaking needs water, why are chipmakers going to Arizona?
Bad news and interesting topics to tackle Tuesday. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to discuss a tragedy at a Boston-area Apple Store, whether Apple can keep outperforming the markets, processors coming out of the Arizona desert, and Bob Iger’s return as CEO of Disney.
According to TSMC founder Morris Chang, the semiconductor manufacturer will produce its latest 3-nanometer chips at its new Arizona plant.