Latest episodes:

Episode 60: The least bezeli phone with special guest Matteo Doni

We are joined by Matteo Doni who takes us through a trip of some obscure Android devices, as we talk about what is going on in the Android ecosystem of manufacturers and brands.

In addition, we touch on the iPhone SE and the 4" form factor, the rumors of the bezel-less iPad Pros, and the new MacBook Pros.


Episode 59: Bixby is jinxed

We start with a disciplinary hearing, as Nati has escaped (again...) from the jaws of being fired, by confusing Greg with silliness.

We also talk shortly about the state of the iOS/watchOS/macOS betas, before discussing some of the upcoming iOS device lineup rumors.
Other topics are about Microsoft's foldable Surface device, will foldable devices become the mobile end-goal?, and Apple overhauling their Maps infrastructure.


Episode 58: Darth Vader Can't Play Cricket

After some issues, we start the podcast talking about the Fifa world cup and sports in general and somehow end up in Star Wars territory.

Then we pivot into the 2019 iPhone line and the odd 6.1" iPhone, before moving to discuss Apple Watch bands, the fact that Apple acknowledged the issues in the MacBook keyboards and the interesting 2019 audio line that Apple is rumored to unveil.


Episode 57: Not everyone had the dark theme memo

We talk about Nati's visit to London, and to the Facebook developer game summit. Nati also bought a HomePod so of course, we have to talk about it...

In addition, we talk about USB-C on iPhones, USB-C as a whole and wireless charging. Also, new Watches, Apple's recent habit of announcing products too soon, and some iOS/watchOS/ macOS beta experience.


Episode 56: Even My Dog Doesn’t Know He’s A Dog

A trippy start to the show discusses our intent to move to FaceTime, names, and logos of products and brands, and what would have happened if Apple kept its original logo, and what if Apple's next endeavor is cyders.

We jump to talk about Nati's trip to the UK for a Facebook developer summit and dive into platforms, AI and ML, and the way that education is transforming in the age of information.
Then, we talk about the Mac and the iPad - should or could they get updated more often, and why there is a place for both devices.