More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
Summary: More Than Just Code (MTJC) is a show about mobile development, for developers in a panel discussion. Each show we discuss topical issues to find out what developers they are following, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers or those looking to become a developer. Plus we have news, notes and tech tips for developers.
We fact check on the Apple TV, follow up on avoiding paywalls and iPad Pro bendgate. Is the iPhone going the way of the Polaroid, Walkman and Palm Pilot? Apple is looking to pair the Apple Watch and Medicare. Qualcomm refused to sell chips to Apple. The HomePod is launching in China and Apple introduces a new battery case for the new phones. Foundation DB introduces a record layer. Verizon is giving away Apple Music. DuckDuckGo rolls out private location services with Apple Maps JS. Apple will introduce 3 new phones in 2019 and should the employ the new iPad Pro design on the phones? Picks: UI Sound Inspiration, Programing Dad Jokes, ICanHazDadJokes API. Episode 230 Show Notes Mike Hendley on Twitter: “Also #askmtjc this Shortcut will bypass some paywalls https://t.co/pquEpEEYI8” Tim Mitra on Twitter: “Real-time Follow Up #askMTJC #bendgatePro… “ WSJ: The iPhone may become Obsolete like the Walkman and the Polaroid Camera – Patently Apple Apple reportedly looking to subsidize Watch with Medicare plans | TechCrunch Apple says Qualcomm refused to sell it chips for iPhone XS and XR – The Verge HomePod available in China starting Friday, January 18 – Apple Apple launches $129 battery cases for iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR – The Verge iPhone XS Smart Battery Case fits iPhone X, works with iOS 12.1 and later [Updated] – 9to5Mac Verizon adds free Apple Music to its pricier unlimited data plans – The Verge Announcing The FoundationDB Record Layer DuckDuckGo switches to Apple Maps, because privacy | iMore Apple reportedly planning three iPhones for 2019, one with new triple-camera system – The Verge iPhone 11 design: Should Apple make this modern iPhone 5? – 9to5Mac Episode 230 Picks UI Sound Inspiration for UX/UI Design dad-jokes/readme.md at master · wesbos/dad-jokes icanhazdadjoke
We take a look at Vector’s review on fixing the HomePod. Samsung’s Smart TV will support iTunes Movies & TV Shows as well as AirPlay 2. We discuss the original Apple TV. AT&T tries to slip in a 5G icon on client phones. Microsoft’s GitHub adds unlimited private repos. We look at a leaked photo of an iPad Mini 5. A new behind OLED Face ID sensor is revealed. Apple uses trade-ins as well as lower prices in some markets to encourage iPhone sales. Samsung also warns of a 30% reduction in profits in it’s 4th quarter. Yubico reveals Lightning port security keys. Apple’s TV service should come out in 2019. Picks: Xcode in 10 Seconds, Shortcuts links, Test Your Swift. Episode 229 Show Links Fixing HomePod for 2019 – YouTube Samsung Smart TVs to Launch iTunes Movies & TV Shows and Support AirPlay 2 Beginning Spring 2019 – Samsung US Newsroom Here are all of the TVs getting AirPlay 2 in 2019 – The Verge AT&T misleads customers by updating phones with fake 5G icon – The Verge Unlimited private repositories now available to free GitHub users | Ars Technica Photos show possible new iPad mini 5 hardware – 9to5Mac iPhone Face ID supplier develops new ‘behind OLED’ sensor – 9to5Mac Apple’s Answer to Slower iPhone Sales? Getting Customers to Trade In – WSJ Report: Apple cuts iPhone 8, XR, XS, XS Max prices for Chinese vendors – 9to5Mac Samsung Echoes Apple’s Gloomy Outlook as Tech Woes Get Worse – WSJ Yubico announces the first Lightning security key for iPhones – The Verge Tim Cook says Apple will ‘announce new services this year’ – The Verge Episode 229 Picks Xcode in 10 Seconds playlist – YouTube Running Other Apps’ Siri Shortcuts Through Deep Links in Swift – SwiftRocks Test your Swift – Try these free Swift coding quizes to see just how much you know
This week we follow up on the case of an Oregon man who uses the title “engineer”. Apple lowered its Q1 guidance based on lower expectations. Apple also starts assembling premium iPhones in India. Apple’s new plans may reveal what projects will be worked on around the United States. Netflix has pulled iTunes billing for users. Picks: Gesture based app selection and organization, Learn Talks. Episode 228 Show Links: Federal judge finds state law governing who is an ‘engineer’ violates free speech | oregonlive.com CTV orders Beaverton ‘Year In Review’ NYE Special to put final nail in 2018’s coffin – The Beaverton Apple warns on Q1 results Daring Fireball: Apple’s Terrible No Good Very Bad Earnings Warning Capsicum by Illuminated Bits #292: Pádraig Ó Cinnéide and Oisín Prendiville of Supertop | Release Notes More Than Just Code is creating tech podcasts | Patreon Products Page – The More Than Just Code Podcast Apple will reportedly start assembling its premium iPhone models in India – The Verge LeVar Burton Reads: The Best Short Fiction, Handpicked by the World’s Greatest Storyteller Acquired What Apple’s new job additions tell us about its product plans | Macworld Apple to bring Charlie Brown and the Peanuts to its streaming service | Ars Technica Jennifer Aniston Teases Her New Apple TV Series With Reese Witherspoon – SheKnows Netflix permanently pulls iTunes billing for new users | VentureBeatTim Mitra & Jaime Lopez – Being a Better Developer By Talking – Learn Talks Black Mirror: Bandersnatch | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix – YouTube Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2018: Freshly Brewed | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix – YouTube Episode 228 Picks: manik on Twitter: “So, uh, did anyone else know you could select multiple apps like this on iOS? Because I definitely didn’t just discover it.… https://t.co/Pldl9zi2Li” Learn Talks – Awesome conference and meetup talks
We fact check on CSIS, overtime hockey, defeating Face ID, and git commit –amend. #askMTJC brings up promo codes for IAP and the bands on the Stanley Cup. Apple stock sees its best performance in five years. The main topic is top paying tech companies in 2018 and comparative compensation vs cost of living. We review the highlights of the More Than Just Code podcast in 2018. We also choose our top picks for 2018. Picks: Google Home Alone. After Show: The physics MP3 compression and Boxing Day. Episode 227 Show Links: Paul Wilkinson on Twitter: “@mtjc_podcast Apple added promo codes for IAP in Oc2016; https://t.co/g9eRjj7GkH https://t.co/WDekJrUiMN #askmtjc” Tim Mitra on Twitter: “Coming up on @mtjc_podcast the yanks discuss the Stanley Cup.… https://t.co/nWkIs4dGpf” Apple stock sees best single-day performance in five years as entire market rebounds – 9to5Mac Highest Paying Tech Companies of 2018 by Levels.fyi State of Salaries Report – HiredJames Thomson on Twitter: “On PCalc’s 25th anniversary (90% off ultra sale is on right now!) here are some screenshots from 25 years ago!… “ Machine Learning | Coursera Astropad Studio | Turn your iPad into a professional graphics tablet IBM Watson – Apple Developer Charles Proxy on the App Store Apple iPad vs. iPad Pro: which tablet is right for you? – The Verge How To Keep Learning After 50 and Other Ways to Hack Your Brain at any Age | raywenderlich.com Xcode Treasures: Master the Tools to Design, Build, and Distribute Great Apps by Chris Adamson | The Pragmatic Bookshelf Visual Studio Code – Code Editing. Redefined MP3 – Wikipedia Beyond Meat Vegetarian Burgers Arrive At A&W Across Canada | HuffPost Canada Affinity Designer for iPad: Everything you need to know! | iMore Luna Display | Turn your iPad into a second display New iPad Pro (2018) Hands-On Video | iMore Teach Yourself Computer Science Deep Learning | Coursera zydeco/minivmac4ios: Mini vMac for iOS Episode 227 Picks: Home Alone Commercial – Google – Macaulay Culkin – YouTube
This week Greg Heo leads the crew as they discuss the Windows 95 ugly holiday sweater, NHL hockey overtime 3 on 3, and protocol conformance. We follow up on Apple shutting down Music’s Connect feature, Sega Genesis Classics are playable on Amazon Fire, the C64 Mini, Windows Sandbox, Apple is producing new Peanuts content, breaking into Amazon face recognition with 3D printed heads, T-Mobile eSIM support, Apple will allow IAP gifted to Friends & Family. Apple will build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US. Cydia Store shuts down. Apple confirms some iPad Pros ship slightly bent, but says it’s normal. Picks: Xcode Comment-Spell-Checker, 6 Audio books on Apple Books, The 8-Bit Guy, Functional Swift 2018 videos, MagazineLayout Episode 226 Show Links: "I’m able to feed myself based on my ability to create software for Apple’s platforms, yet I would absolutely wear this if I owned it.… https://t.co/lxGYOR9Pgx" "@mtjc_podcast NHL overtime is 3v3; not 4v4…” John Payne on Twitter: "@stacktracepod @fireside_swift #AskMTJC However, if I attempt to make Comparable conformance explicit, I get errors. Why would that be?… https://t.co/Hm7p696eYU" Apple is shutting down Apple Music’s Connect… Sega Genesis classics now on Amazon’s Fire TV Windows Sandbox is a safe new way to run untrusted .exe files - The Verge Apple is producing new content about Snoopy and other Peanuts characters We Broke Into A Bunch Of Android Phones With A 3D-Printed Head T-Mobile launches initial eSIM support for iPhone XS, XS Max, XR Apple Changes App Store Rules to Allow Users to Gift In-App Purchases to Friends and Family Apple to build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US - Apple Purchases in the Cydia Store… no longer supported - 9to5Mac Apple confirms some iPad Pros ship slightly bent, but says it’s normal Episode 226 Picks: velyan/Comment-Spell-Checker: Xcode extension for spell checking and auto-correcting code comments. Apple Books releases six free audiobooks read by celebrity narrators The 8-Bit Guy's Website Functional Swift Conference 2018 airbnb/MagazineLayout: A collection view layout capable of laying out views in vertically scrolling grids and lists.
We get an iOS shortcut for bypassing paywalls in #askMTJC. We follow up with a deep dive into poor iPhone XR adoption figures, Google+ has potentially exposed data from 52M users, Infinity Blade games removed from the App Store, Apple appeals to China's iPhone ban, and Samsung removes the headphone jack. We take a look at some Swift tricks that you may not know about. Swift 5.0 wants us to try some nice breaking changes. You can record ARKit sessions in order to debug. It's apparently really easy to add a second display to an iOS app. Picks: A look at the Original 1984 Macintosh User Manual, Swift Docker image hosted by Apple. Episode 225 Show Links: Mike Hendley on Twitter: "Also #askmtjc this Shortcut will bypass some paywalls https://t.co/pquEpEEYI8" iPhone XS & XR adoption significantly lower than last year's models, data shows - 9to5Mac iOS Version Stats - David Smith, Independent iOS Developer Google+ bug exposes non-public profile data for 52 million users | Ars Technica Epic removes all Infinity Blade games from the App Store - The Verge Apple files appeal to overturn iPhone sales ban in China Qualcomm/Apple battle escalates in China - Six Colors Samsung Kills Headphone Jack in Latest Smartphone After Years of Mocking Apple - MacRumors A few Swift tricks that you might not know – Mike Pesate – Medium Swift 5.0 is changing optional try – Hacking with Swift Recording ARKit Sessions | Itty Bitty Apps Blog Adding External Display Support To Your iOS App Is Ridiculously Easy HyperDrive: World's 1st USB-C Hub for iPad Pro 2018 by HYPER by Sanho Corporation — Kickstarter Introducing the IBM Swift Sandbox - Swift@IBM Episode 225 Picks: Thoughts on (and pics of) the original Macintosh User Manual – peterme.com apple/swift-docker: Docker Official Image packaging for Swift
We discuss using Siri to access application settings in our #askMTJC. We fact check on Indian Partitioning dates. We follow up on Apple Music arriving on Amazon’s Echo, Apple vs Qualcomm trial date set, 5G iPhone maybe as late as 2020, wireless charging for AirPods and AT&T first to support eSim. We discuss changing laws with GitHub pull requests. Apple's program for women entrepreneur developers. Siri Shortcuts Not Working for many people. Real-time text support for Wi-Fi calling. Touch ID used in app scams to bilk users. Picks: Xcode Short Cuts, Run macOS on iPad, Play Retro Dark Castle on iPad with System 6.0.8, Optimizing Siri on HomePod in Far‑Field Settings Episode 224 - Show Links: Mike Hendley on Twitter: "#askmtjc Invoking Siri and saying “Settings” when in an app will bring you directly to the settings for that app." Apple Music arrives on Amazon’s Echo speakers starting December 17 | Ars Technica Judge officially sets Apple v Qualcomm trial date as Apple lawyer refutes possibility of settlement - 9to5Mac Don’t expect a 5G iPhone before 2020 - The Verge Report: AirPods with wireless charging expected in early 2019 | Ars Technica What carriers support iPhone XS & iPhone XR eSIM? - 9to5Mac How I changed the law with a GitHub pull request | Ars Technica Apple launches app development program to support women entrepreneurs - Apple Siri Shortcuts Not Working Properly For Some iPhone Users [Fixed] - MacRumors How to use real-time text on macOS and iOS - 9to5Mac Scammy iOS apps used Touch ID to push users toward $99 payouts - The Verge Jordan Morgan on Twitter: "Here's a thread of some of my favorite #Xcode keyboard shortcuts, in particular order. Reveal all tabs (a lá Safari) 1) command + shift + \… https://t.co/H8N4dcAmDW" Episode 224 Picks How to use Apple's MacOS on an iPad - Business Insider zydeco/minivmac4ios: Mini vMac for iOS Optimizing Siri on HomePod in Far‑Field Settings - Apple
We follow up on #askMTJC about NFL blackouts, Canadian sports channel, and Canada's Bill 101. We follow up on Jony Ive designed diamond ring, App Store Connect holiday closure, iPhone XR price drop in Japan, and surprisingly the iPhone XR is Apple's best seller. We also follow up on Black Friday 2018 deals. Amazon introduces it's own Arm processor, and Amazon Pay will take on Apple Pay. The US Supreme Court is to decide if Apple can be sued for high prices and its monopoly. Picks: Amazon’s own ‘Machine Learning University’ now available to all developers, simctl - NSHipster, Linking to Subscription Management Settings, SubEthaEdit open source, Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs. Episode 223 Show Links: List of [Canadian] sports television channels - Wikipedia Dann Beauregard "#askMTJC follow up on NFL TV in Canada..." Jony Ive and Marc Newson designed a $250,000 all-diamond ring for charity - The Verge App Store Connect Holiday Schedule - News - Apple Developer Not so big in Japan: Apple cuts price of iPhone XR to boost sales | The Star Apple's iPhone XR is company's best-selling model, executive says | Reuters Amazon Web Services introduces its own custom-designed Arm server processor… Amazon pay accepted here? Web giant aims to put digital wallet in stores | Fox News Supreme Court to rule if customers can sue Apple claiming App Store is illegal monopoly Apple Defends iPhone App Fees as High Court Weighs Consumer Suit - Bloomberg Episode 223 Picks: Amazon’s own ‘Machine Learning University’ now available to all developers simctl - NSHipster Linking to Subscription Management Settings GitHub - subethaedit/SubEthaEdit: General purpose plain text editor for macOS. Widely known for its live collaboration A Strategy for Great Work - WWDC 2014 - Videos - Apple Developer Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs, Ken Kocienda, eBook
We follow up on folding phones as Google adds support to Android. Apple cuts production on all new iPhone X series phones. Verizon will bring eSIM support for iPhones. Amazon US will now sell Macs for Apple. Prince William weighs in on social network giants lack of discretion. Tim Cook says regulations as inevitable. Apple has bought a privacy-conscious AI start up. Picks: Swift Heroes 2018 conference videos, Mini vMac for iOS, Deep Learning Specialization Episode 222 Show Links: Apple cuts production orders for all 3 new iPhone models: WSJ - Channel NewsAsia After delay, Verizon is reportedly getting eSIM support by early December - The Verge Amazon now directly sells Apple products - The Verge Prince William says tech giants are putting profit before social values - Business Insider Apple CEO Tim Cook calls new regulations "inevitable" - Axios Apple reportedly buys AI startup with privacy-conscious approach - The Verge Spockcast Episode 28: Calypso List of sports television channels - Wikipedia London Bridge - Wikipedia The Terror of War: Nick Ut’s Napalm Girl | Time Episode 222 Picks: Swift Heroes 2018- all Talks - YouTube GitHub - zydeco/minivmac4ios: Mini vMac for iOS Deep Learning | Coursera
We look at #askMTJC from Paul Wilkinson on emptying the bin. Greg Heo joins us again as we discuss Apple's plan to replace unresponsive screens on iPhone X models. An iPhone X has exploded after being recharged. Spotify has launched an Apple Watch app. Apple's T2 chip will require a post upgrade/repair diagnostic tool to be run. Apple's stock price continues to drop as more suppliers lower their estimates on future iPhone XR orders. We also discuss Samsung's foldable phone and Google's Pixel 3 Night Sight feature. We discuss Swift LSP and MIT's 6.001 course on Lisp and Scheme. Picks: Is this AI? We drew you a flowchart to work it out, Kotlin Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, AloeStackView, Re-creating the Siri Shortcuts Drawer Interaction. Episode 221 Show Links: More Than Just Code is creating tech podcasts | Patreon Apple to replace unresponsive iPhone X touchscreens for free | Ars Technica Exploding iPhone X on iOS upgrade 'not expected behavior' - 9to5Mac Spotify launches its Apple Watch app - The Verge Apple confirms its T2 security chip blocks some third-party repairs of new Macs - The Verge Apple gets downgraded, more iPhone estimates cut This is Samsung’s foldable smartphone - The Verge Google Night Sight review: night vision for the Pixel camera - The Verge Introducing SourceKit-LSP - Announcements - Swift Forums Daniel Martín on Twitter: "Emacs ❤️ sourcekit-lsp… " The Little Schemer Video Lectures | Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs | MIT OpenCourseWare The Beatles Unreleased 11-minute mix of Revolution 1 surfaces – The Beatles Bible Episode 221 Picks: Is this AI? We drew you a flowchart to work it out - MIT Technology Review GitHub - airbnb/AloeStackView: A simple class for laying out a collection of views with a convenient API, while leveraging the power of Auto Layout. Re-creating the Siri Shortcuts Drawer Interaction – Phill Farrugia – Medium
Greg Heo joins Tim for discussions on the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro and iPhone XR. Apple's Recycling on the new MacBook Air is not all that! In App Pricing disappeared from the App Store. Greg visited the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 in search of the folding phone. We discussed the iOS Developer Roadmap. Helium can brick your iPhone. Apple reduces the production line for the iPhone XR. Stockholm nixes Apple Store plans in the Kungsträdgården. Bad algorithms are making inappropriate decisions. Picks: iPad Pro (2018) Review, Teach Yourself Computer Science Episode 220 Show Links: Brooklyn event impressions: The iPad Pro is a computer - Six Colors Apple Loop: New iPhone Power Problems, Expensive MacBook Air Launched, Apple Confirms Beauty Filter Apple’s ‘Recycled’ Macs Aren’t What They Seem – Member Feature Stories – Medium Samsung’s foldable phone is real, and it launches next year | Ars Technica — Developer Conference 2018 PSA: The iOS App Store is No Longer Listing All In-App Purchases Amazon.com: Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (2nd Edition) (Big Nerd Ranch Guides) (9780321942067): Aaron Hillegass, Mikey Ward: Books GitHub - BohdanOrlov/iOS-Developer-Roadmap: Roadmap to becoming an iOS developer in 2018. Does Helium Break iPhones?! - YouTube Apple cancels production boost for iPhone XR: Report - Channel NewsAsia Stockholm says no to Apple 'town square' in its oldest park | Cities | The Guardian Bad algorithms are making racist decisions | CBC Radio ENGLISH Computer Science Unplugged - Part 1 Binary - 2005 - YouTube Ontario Power Generation | Sir Adam Beck Pump Generating Station Niagara Falls History of Power Development - Quick Facts about Niagara Power Episode 220 Picks: iPad Pro (2018) Review - YouTube Teach Yourself Computer Science
Microsoft has bought GItHub. IBM is buying Red Hat. Apple bars Bloomberg from iPad event. All of the Apple Logos Included in the October 30 Event. Tim Mitra Blends Art and (Computer) Science at TD Bank. JAMF - There is no step three. New 2018 MacBook Air, 2018 Mac Mini, 2018 iPad Pro - 11” & 12.9”, and 2nd Gen. Apple Pencil. Picks: Designing for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, Bringing Your Apps to iPad Pro, Shared Version Number trick Episode 219 Show Links Microsoft completes GitHub acquisition - The Verge IBM will acquire open-source cloud software company Red Hat - The Verge Apple October 2018 Event Preview: What's next for iPad Pro and Mac! | iMore Apple bars Bloomberg from iPad event as payback for spy chip story Here Are All of the Apple Logos Included in the October 30 Event Invites - MacRumors All of the Apple logos from the October 30th event invites - Album on Imgur Tim Mitra Blends Art and (Computer) Science at TD Bank Hello, I'm Mr. Null. My Name Makes Me Invisible to Computers | WIRED Keynote Day 1: There is No Step Three | Jamf New MacBook Air (2018) Hands-On Video | iMore New Mac mini (2018) Hands-On Video | iMore New iPad Pro (2018) Hands-On Video | iMore Episode 219 Picks Designing for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil - Tech Talks - Videos - Apple Developer Bringing Your Apps to the New iPad Pro - Tech Talks - Videos - Apple Developer James Thomson on Twitter: "What an idiot I am. PCalc's project file has 14 targets, and I could have done this years ago to share a version number and build number across all of them.… https://t.co/fSvBKue2ar"
We follow up on not using Facebook for logins and Apple and AWS request the Bloomberg retract the Chinese Spy Chip story. Apple is working on a patch for the #Beautygate — where the iPhone XS is over beautifying portrait photos. We revisit Swift & Objective-C usage. The October 30th event will apparently introduce 2 new iPad Pros, iPad Mini, two iMacs and possibly a new MacBook. IBM open sources their Mac@IBM configuration. Tim Cook calls for strong US Privacy legislation. We touch on the upcoming 5G mobile service. Picks: Xcode 10 patches to Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering, Hawkeye Access. Episode 218 Show Links: Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Sites - The New York Times amber mac (@ambermac) | Twitter Daring Fireball: Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Calling for Bloomberg to Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story Daring Fireball: AWS CEO Andy Jassy: 'Bloomberg Should Retract' Apple Is Fixing at Least One Big Problem With the iPhone XS and XR Swift in 2018 - The State of Developer Ecosystem by JetBrains Apple reportedly targeting 2019 for iPad Mini update and AirPower launch - The Verge IBM open sources Mac@IBM code - 9to5Mac Tim Cook calls for strong US privacy law, rips “data-industrial complex” | Ars Technica Apple might launch four new Macs next week at its October 30th event – BGR Overview | Jamf Nation User Conference 2018 | Jamf AT&T's mobile 5G network to launch in 'next few weeks' Mobile World Congress - Wikipedia — Mobile World Congress Ray Wenderlich Store | Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse CDMA vs. GSM - What's the Difference? Episode 218 Picks: "In less than a week, v3 of the Advanced Apple Debugging book will be released! https://t.co/5Y2hD3T2IA" "Hawkeye Access lets you control your iOS device using your eyes. Browse any website, hands-free, all through eye movements. Available now on the App Store! https://t.co/GGq4Xs9BMR… https://t.co/Omqjq0JxVL"
We follow up on watching Dr Who in the US without cable, iOS 12 adoption is greater than iOS 11 a year ago, FaceBook will in fact track you via Portal in-home. Apple plans to give video content away to Apple device owners for free. We dig in on the cost to repair Apple gear; the right to repair and past examples of Apple's efforts to improve experience at the cost of speed. Adobe has announced Photoshop CC for iPad. Apple will allow users in the US to download all the info Apple has on them. Picks: Watch Apple, Amazon, Google & Tesla solve delivery problems, Cmd-Shift-5, Luna Display, The Illustrated TLS Connection, Swift & Fika 2018, Skydio’s self-flying drone can now be controlled using just an Apple Watch. Episode 217 Show Links: A beautiful day in CDG, listening to a @timmitra double-bill: @mtjc_podcast and @RoundaboutFM… iOS 12 adoption is progressing much faster than iOS 11 - The Verge Mixpanel Trends - Mixpanel | Product Analytics Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Sites - The New York Times Apple to offer free video content to device owners - L.A. Biz Apple plans to give away original content for free to device owners Apple investigated by CBC news for overpriced repair charges / Boing Boing Right to Repair - iFixit Primate Labs PSA: iPhone slow? Try replacing your battery! : iphone Adobe Announces Full Version of Photoshop CC for iPad | Fstoppers How Adobe is bringing “real Photoshop” to the iPad - The Verge Watch Harrison Ford in Solo A Star Wars Story Thanks to Deepfake /Film Episode 217 Picks: Watch how Amazon, Google, Apple and Tesla come together to solve an amazing problem! Mojave and command-shift-5 Luna Display The Illustrated TLS Connection: Every Byte Explained Swift & Fika 2018 Skydio’s self-flying drone can now be controlled using just an Apple Watch - The Verge
We answer our askMTJC from Paul Wilkinson about eSim support and Aussie Apple retail pricing. Tim discusses his Apollo XI T-shirt and Wikipedia's support drive. We follow up on Testflight public betas which inspire a new site, Google Plus is shutting down, Secrets & Lies, and Facebook Portal introduces new smart screens for the home. 3D Bananas are the new scale of processor performance. Another follow up on Saqib Shaikh as he appears on CBC's Spark. Luna Display is available for sale. We discuss iOS 12 and Core Data External Binary Data Storage, State of Developer Ecosystem, Apple vs the Big Hack, Aussie Day Light Savings Apple Watch bug, iOS 12.0.1 bug fixes, and Apple's overpriced repairs. Picks: The Apple II Source Code for the LOGO Language Found, CodeMobile Weekly Episode 2: A fireside chat with Jaime Lopez, Designing Websites for iPhone X, REPL Support for Swift Packages. Episode 216 Show Links "eSIM is a carrier thing, not an Apple thing... #askmtjc" "Australian retail prices include our 10% sales tax... About $50 more... #askmtjc" PublicBetas Google+ shutting down after data leak affecting 500,000 users | Ars Technica Facebook unveils smart displays, promises not to snoop on your video calls | Ars Technica J"This is the raw banana power of a Series 4… 'I designed the tool that I wanted.' Engineer who is blind creates app to describe the world around him | CBC Radio Michael Tsai - Blog - iOS 12 and Core Data External Binary Data Storage Swift in 2018 - The State of Developer Ecosystem by JetBrains Apple Watch daylight saving bug leaves Series 4 devices in a loop iOS 12.0.1 arrives with fixes for a couple of early user complaints | Ars Technica Apple investigated by CBC news for overpriced repair charges / Boing Boing Episode 216 Picks The Apple II Source Code for the LOGO Language Found « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! CodeMobile Weekly Episode 2: A fireside chat with Jaime Lopez Designing Websites for iPhone X | WebKit Swift.org - REPL Support for Swift Packages