Episode 115: There are sane people out there

Greg tries to sell his Galaxy Note 10, and we both end up talking about our iPhone 11 Pro.

We also talk about upgrading to Catalina, some impressions (spoiler: it's fine) and how Apple could have made the transition better.

Also, the Essential Gem weird take on the smartphone use case, The Google Pixelbook Go leak and iOS 13.2 beta 2. 

Episode 114: PowerPoint is cool man!

Greg's Powerbeats Pro are broke, and Nati gets an iPhone 11 Pro.

So we talked about our iPhone 11 Pro impressions, what the heck is Deep Fusion now that it's available in 13.2 beta 1, and iPhones cameras.

Also, we talked about the Microsoft Surface event and mainly about the Neo and Duo.

Episode 112: The Apple Christmas

This week we talked about the Apple September event, in the order of the things that Greg is interested in them/ likely to buy.

We also tried to answer why does the iPad Air exist in a world with the new iPad, will Apple Arcade become an incentive for Apple TVs, with what does Apple TV+ compete, and is the iPhone Pro actually "Pro."

Episode 111: It jiggles in a different way

Summer has ended so we are chilling our way into the Apple September event, coming to term with an "iPhone Pro" name.

We talked about the iPhone design vs Samsung phones designs, and what it means to design (hardware) a big smartphone in 2019.
Also, what it means to upgrade outside of Apple's ecosystem, camera innovations interests, and iOS stability importance.

Episode 109: The timelines came through

Nati manipulates greg to talk about Qualcomm, before we talk about iPhone names, agree that "Pro" is not suitable for iPhones, and talk about Apple's brands.

We also talk about the options that Titanium and Ceramic bring to the Apple Watch, What is the best foldable smartphone form factor, critical thinking and objectivity even about beloved brands and products as a whole, and some iOS 13 beta 7 updates.

Episode 107: It's a fluffy dragon

This week we rant about Mail.app on iOS 13 beta, video streaming geographic restrictions, Apple earnings, the issue with the current iPhone line and smartphone price elasticity.

In addition Nati is filled with sudden awe for the iPad Pro, macOS Catalina's new security impacts 3rd party software, cloud services and the Pixel 4 gimmicks.

Episode 105: A Japanese garden in the hospital

This week we followed up with some MacBook stuff, before going into Apple's defensive moves in podcasts, podcasts getting shorter, media subscriptions, emoji and some iOS 13 beta 4.

We also babaled about camera equipment, watching TV together, and gaming.

Episode 104: Building MacBooks in the desert

This week, Greg removes the metal plates from his shoulder, retiring from his cyborg gig. Also, we talked the future of cyborg humanity, iOS 13 beta 3 take 2.

We also talk the new MacBook refresh, using the iPad Pro instead of a mobile computing, iPad plus external displays, the 10.2" iPad rumours, Face ID, and Sony.

Episode 103: I can't control myself

Greg and Nati talk about read receipts in messaging apps, FOMO and "quick reply" anxiety in the context of real interaction vs virtual interactions. We also talk about people moving the responsibility of using tech devices to the manufacturers.

In addition, iOS 13 beta 3, using an iPad Pro with a keyboard, why did Apple move to the butterfly mechanism, and what will "Desktop class browser" do the iPads apps.

Episode 102: The glue product manager

Greg doesn’t give a shit that Jony Ive has left Apple, so Nati tries to bore him with discussing Ive’s departure.

We also talk about English weather, Apple management, Huawei's Android issues, being a product manager and what the hell is the difference between UI and UX.

Episode 101: A dodgy software known as iPadOS with Special Guest Andy Nicolaides

Andy joins us via an iPad mini to talk about iOS 13 beta 2 experiences,  3D Touch going away on iPhone rumours, Apple iOS 13 sherlocking, using the new Reminders app, and Apple Watch independence paths.

Also, we touched on the subject of Google exiting the tablet market.

Episode 98: A rivalry I'm taking very seriously with Special Guest Matt Birchler

Nati gets a raise! But more importantly, we have Matt Birchler that joins us to talk about Apple Watch and watchOS: How we manage our Apple Watch, what could a stand-alone Watch App Store look like, and why we all could have some days off in the activity app.

Special Guest: Matt Birchler


Show Notes:

Episode 97: Eric Schmidt In A Hole with special guest Christopher Lawley

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.