Greg and Nati talk from the future with Christopher Lawley about who is more likely to destroy the world between Google or Facebook, The US vs the rest of the world.
Also, we talk iPad, files vs apps paradigms, iOS 13 rumors, what was our 1st Apple product and iPad keyboards.
Progress is bad as it finds ways to make you work more!
But no one cares, so we talked about Google i/o 2019, The Pixel 3a, Google Nest Home Hub Max, and Google's entrance into Privacy.
Also, we talked about Mark Gurman's iOS 13 mega-leak, focusing on the iPhone, the updates to the native apps, and dark mode.
We discovered that we suck at talking about movies without preparations, so we moved on to talk about Sapiens, Facebook's F8 keynote, being critical about news even when they come from big publications, should we get excited about AI? and Apple's slow exit from pro apps.
Greg does(nt) want to buy a Galaxy Fold & Nati tries not to work from home.
We talk about folding smartphones, problematic company cultures and the difference between hardware quality and software quality.
Also, we talked about the Apple Watch as an authentication tool, its design and finished with some headphones and privacy.
Greg tells about his journey from the iPhone SE to an iPhone XS Max as we discuss our iPhone size preference before we got into the iOS 13 rumors, which raised the simplicity of iOS vs the sophistication of MacOS as the iPad evolves, and which of the rumors gets us excited.
We also talked a bit about Apple-Qualcomm and the Galaxy Fold.