We leave the month of January with an extended edition of the AWT News Update podcast:
Just a short little podcast for you today, giving you the 411 on HomePod, Apple Maps, and a proposed new Apple Store in Scottsdale, Arizona:
It's a quiet day for Apple news, so we've gathered up some stories that might make your day!
For this last Friday of January 2018, we have a series of fun and informative stories for you:
Hang in there - it's almost Friday again. Today we look at some additional changes in the world of Apple that may be included in the upcoming iOS 11.3 update:
A short edition of the Apple World Today News Update podcast today:
Tuesday's been a relatively quiet day in the Apple world, but there's always something new to tell our listeners about:
Beat the Monday blues with a few upbeat stories on today's Apple World Today News Update podcast!
Sorry we missed you yesterday (Wednesday)! We're back today with a quartet of short news stories from the world of Apple:
A smaller sensor notch in 2019, poor working conditions in a supplier's factory (or not), and the folks from Cupertino are pretty darned helpful to law enforcement:
Can you believe we're already half way through January? We have some stories today to warm your heart during the cold weather:
Friday at last! Today we have stories about how "The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson kept the screenplay safe, why you won't need to sign for Apple Pay purchases after April, and an interesting CarPlay app.
Today's podcast topics deal with history - the history of emoji on iPhones, the FBI's poor opinion of Apple's excellent encryption, and an IPO for a company that Steve Jobs once unsuccessfully tried to buy:
It's Hump Day™! As we reach the middle of this week, there's not a lot of news that we haven't covered elsewhere, but we still have two kinda creepy stories for you.
In the news today on the podcast -- Apple's ITP is choking online advertising firms, an overheated battery causes an evacuation at a Swiss Apple store, WPA3 is announced and may force Apple AirPort users to go elsewhere for Wi-Fi router equipment, and a tiny USB-C flash drive with a big capacity is displayed at CES:
Happy Monday! We have stories today about a survey showing that smart speaker users don’t use their smartphones as much, a rumor about an iPhone SE 2, and Intel being slapped with three lawsuits so far over the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
The first Friday of 2018 arrives with stories about ugly smart sunglasses, a tiny and fast Thunderbolt 3 SSD, and how Apple's App Store is making a huge amount of money:
A deal on grocery delivery from Apple and Instacart, a big win for TSMC, and it's been an interesting week for Spotify:
Augmented Reality isn't proving to be "the next big thing," Apple adds a news podcast feature to Siri in the newest iOS 11.2.5 beta, and Mophie creates a product that can keep a USB-C MacBook running for up to 15 hours over what the internal battery can offer:
Steve's back from vacation, so we start off the year with news on an Apple acquisition, conflicting Wall Street forecasts for Apple, a long-awaited iPhone X app update, and Google's most popular searches for last year:
A website app gets banned from the App Store for just mentioning jailbreaking, iTunes Movies has 4K HDR bundles for Christmas, and a lot of new banks are supporting Apple Pay worldwide:
iPhone X availability rises, iPhone 6s devices with old batteries might be slowing down, and Apple raises iPhone prices in India in return for the country raising import taxes:
We have some short and sweet stories for this Friday afternoon, including word of a new space drama TV series ordered by Apple:
A fascinating day for news about the iMac Pro, net neutrality, and a purchase that will make the Disney empire even larger than before:
Smaller chips, an updated app, and popular cameras are in our news today: