We talk about Greg’s new Dutch 27” iMac 5k and why IKEA is so awesome, and continue about Qualcomm rejecting Broadcom’s acquisition offer, and the reality that most people don’t give a damn about internet speeds.
Then we dive into some more thoughts about the iPhone X, while shipping time improves before the 2nd launch wave which includes Israel. Discuss the improved wireless charging iOS 11.2 brings among other stuff and give our opinions about the 2018 iPhone line rumors.
This week we have a special guest - Matt Birchler, which joins us to talk about the his impressions of the Pixel 2 - Matt’s annual Android experiment, the experience of using an Android device with an Apple Watch, and the Pixel 2’s shortages that come up only when using the device (hint: the camera).
Also, we continue with the world’s longest follow-up about Qualcomm and talk about the iPhone X, and the Watch Series 3.
Greg shares his initial thoughts about the iPhone X, and his overall experience from the Apple Store pick up, unboxing to the device itself.
We also talk about the device itself, where the iPhone line might be heading, and how it effects the competition.
iPhone X is about to arrive, so we talk about the early hands-on and why Apple's PR change with "Youtubers you never heard of" was a great move, instead of doing the same thing with the "traditional" tech review scene, and in general how reviews are being mostly consumed today. We also touch about Touch ID's tech, Apple's supply channel in regards to Samsung and Qualcomm. Also, we had a live quarterly earning information for Apple's amazing Q4 2016 results.
Nati shares his amazement about Watch Series 3 speed and somehow gets Greg into an experiment with Watch orientation.
We continue with Google's hardware hurdles with the Pixel 2 and Home mini devices, and share our thoughts about the fate of Essential before diving into MacBook keyboard issues and Apple's bad Mac decisions in recent years.
Finally, we conclude with iPhone X thoughts, pre-orders, and supply that might not be as tight as we all think.