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Jim Dalrymple and Dave Mark face off on all things Apple, tech, music, and just a sprinkling of hockey.
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Amazon is planning an overhaul for its personal assistant, Alexa. As part of the AI changes, rumors suggest the company is also going to charge users to get the new version to help offset the cost of development. Microsoft has said that its newest PCs are beating Apple's MacBook Air in performance and battery life benchmarks. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: Judge blocks the foreclosure sale of Elvis’ Graceland Comcast announces Netflix, Peacock, Apple TV+ Bundle Disney+, Hulu and Max streaming bundle Amazon plans to give Alexa an AI overhaul — and a monthly subscription price AppleTV+ Wants to Pay Actors Based on How Many People Watch Their Movies Inside Microsoft’s mission to take down the MacBook Air Shows and movies we’re watching Sing Street, Netflix Once, Hulu
Apple unveiled some new accessibility features this week, including Eye Tracking. The iPads announced at last week's event are now avalable. The reviews have also dropped, so Dave and I take a look at what people are saying. GPT 4o was demoed and it's absolutely incredible—unless Apple has something truly amazing at WWDC, they are going to fall really far behind. Show Notes: Apple announces new accessibility features, including Eye Tracking How Apple Intends to Avoid Another ‘Bendgate’ Controversy Apple and Google deliver support for unwanted tracking alerts in iOS and Android Apple Watch is the perfect golfing companion New iPads are now available Apple still isn’t done building its dream iPad Joanna Stern’s review Gruber’s iPad review Craig Federighi and John Giannandrea spent weeks testing OpenAI’s new chatbot OpenAI’s demo of “GPT 4o” is astonishing Shows and movies we’re watching Dune Part 2 comes to Max next week Game of Thrones, Max
Apple released a number of new products this week, including new iPad models as well as some new software for its pro users with Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro. Apple also announced its quarterly financials, which Dave and I talk about, including products sold and total revenue. Finally, we talk about ACDC, but it's not the band. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: Eurovision Apple Second quarter results Apple’s Q2 2024 Earnings Call Takeaways Apple working on AI chip for data center servers Gruber on AI chips for data centers John Ternus as Apple CEO Wave of forced Apple ID password resets Logic Pro Final Cut Pro Apple introduces M4 chip Apple unveils the redesigned 11-inch and all-new 13-inch iPad Air with M2 Apple unveils stunning new iPad Pro with M4 chip and Apple Pencil Pro Shows and movies we’re watching Treason, Netflix “Wait, wait don’t tell me” podcast Let It Be, Disney+
Apple announced an event for May 7, 2024, which is widely expected to showcase new iPads ahead of the companies Worldwide Developers Conference in June. At the event, or perhaps in the next version of iPadOS, the company is expected to unveil a calculator app for the device for the first time. A wave of Apple ID password resets have plagued users, including me, over the past week or so. Show Notes: Turn It Up! New US airline rules Apple announces Apple Event for May 7th Apple Finally Plans to Release a Calculator App for iPad Later This Year iPad Pro will be the M4, not the M3 iPhone SE Wave of forced Apple ID password resets Should Apple Kill Siri and Start Over? Shows and movies we’re watching Tokyo Vice, directed by Michael Mann, Max
It is a big week for women's basketball as college star Caitlin Clark went No. 1 in the WNBA draft. As incredible as her college career was, some fans are outraged at her salary. Dave and I dig into how much she's getting paid and why. My iPhone doesn't connect to my new truck using CarPlay, so I can't use Maps or Apple Music. This forced me into getting a subscription to Spotify and it has some really cool features. We are all looking (cautiously) forward to AI, but some of the new products are really bad. We take a look at one of them. Show Notes: Caitlin Clark went No. 1 in the WNBA draft. Some fans are outraged at her salary Spotify features Dumb comparison of the week Great Phil Schiller quote about Steve Jobs The AI Device Revolution Isn’t Going to Kill the Smartphone The Ai Pin Shows and movies we’re watching Masters of the Air, Apple TV+ Garry Shandling’s show & The Larry Sanders Show
The solar eclipse happened this week so Dave and I took a few minutes to talk about our experiences. The rumored iPad release date is getting closer—they may be released a couple of weeks before WWDC in June. The teen population has spoken—in a new survey, teens say they love their iPhones, but don't like Apple Music or Apple TV+. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: NCAA Women Beat Men in Finals’ Ratings for First Time—but Got 99% Less TV Money Microsoft Says Windows Laptops With Snapdragon X Elite Will Be Faster Than M3 MacBook Air New iPads Likely to Launch During Second Week of May Teens Love iPhone and Apple Watch, But Not Apple Music and Apple TV+ Shows and movies we’re watching Hit & Run, Netflix Fly Me to the Moon, Apple TV+ Curb Your Enthusiasm series finale, Max
After stopping development of its car project, Apple is now rumored to be entering the home robotics space. It will be interesting to see what that will be in the future. The New York Times gave one of its reporters the task of switching from iPhone to Android—it went okay, but it certainl wasn't smooth in all areas. Apple TV+ added a lot of movies from different studios to its service this week. They are all available for free if you subscribe to Apple TV+. Brought to you by: The Dalrymple Report is sponsored by BetterHelp: Therapy is helpful for learning positive coping skills and how to set boundaries. Visit BetterHelp.com/report today to get 10% off your first month. Show Notes: The Tropicana Hotel Apple Explores Home Robotics as Potential ‘Next Big Thing’ After Car Fizzles Switching From iPhone to Android Is Easy. It’s the Aftermath That Stings Apple TV+ Gains Even More Movies for a Limited Time Shows and movies we’re watching Woman of the Dead, Netflix Loot, Apple TV+ Girls State, Apple TV+ Sugar, Apple TV+
Apple this week announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference. You can find out about the conference, which takes place from June 10-14, at the event Web site. Dave and I talk a little more about Siri and what changes we might see at WWDC. Apple has put longtime executive, Phil Schiller, in charge of defending the company publicly against its growing number of critics. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: The Baltimore Key Bridge collapse Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Apple Turns to Longtime Steve Jobs Disciple to Defend Its ‘Walled Garden’ Movie Piracy App Tops App Store Charts Apple Users Targeted in Advanced Phishing Attack Involving Password Reset Requests Shows and movies we’re watching Steve!, Apple TV+ The Gentlemen, Netflix Silo, Apple TV+
March Madness has begun! It's a big time for many sports fans, so Dave and I talk for a few minutes about it. We also talk about my continued frustration with Siri and why I'm so upset with Apple. If the rumors are true, Apple is expected to introduce new iPads soon. There could be a new iPad Air and Pro models, but not a new iPad mini. Show Notes: March Madness Siri and HomePod frustration iPhone 16 to Adopt Ultra-Thin Bezel Technology to Maximize Display Apple to Announce New iPads on March 26, Rumors Claim Quickly Toggling Closed Captions on Apple TV Shows and movies we’re watching The Tourist, Netflix The gentlemen, Netflix
Dave visited an Apple Store this week and got a demo of the Vision Pro. He takes us through the process of preparing for the demo and gives us his thoughts on the product. While there, Dave also spent time with the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air and gives us his verdict on which machine he thought was better. We also talked about my new hobby, cooking, and the hours it takes to make a sauce. Follow this podcast Show Notes: Help Sarah Perez Taking Vision Pro for a spin Zuck insists Quest 3 is also a computer and not just for games in latest Vision Pro criticism M3 MacBook Air Teardown Shows Apple Fixed Base Model’s Biggest Flaw All the M3 Macs Still Expected This Year Shows and movies we’re watching The Reluctant Traveler, Apple TV+ Who is Erin Carter? Netflix Pieces of Her, Netflix
Apple this week introduced a new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air with the M3 chip. Dave and I talk about the features and the performance of the new computer compared to previous versions and compare it to the MacBook Pro. Rumors indicate that Apple may also be planning a 20-inch MacBook with a foldable screen and we talk about Project Tapestry, a new KickStarter from the Iconfactory. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: How to Set a Default Music App on iPhone and iPad Apple unveils the new 13- and 15‑inch MacBook Air with the powerful M3 chip First Benchmark Result Surfaces for MacBook Air With M3 Chip M2 vs. M3 MacBook Air Buyer’s Guide: All Differences Compared Gurman: No Apple Event Planned for Upcoming iPads and Macs Apple said to be Planning 20-Inch MacBook With Foldable Screen Apple introduces transcripts for Apple Podcasts Shows and movies we’re watching Who Killed Sara? Netflix Steve Martin, Apple TV
Apple cancelled its long-running car project this week, leaving people wondering what will happen to all of the technology it invented and gathered during the last decade. The company also released a new app, similar to News, but focused solely on sports. Dave and I talk about if we would have a robot in our house and what we could use it for in the future. The Dalrymple Report – Apple News and Analysis is sponsored by BetterHelp: Celebrate the progress you’ve already made. Visit BetterHelp.com/report today to get 10% off your first month. Show Notes: Apple cancels electric car project Some everyday Items That NASA Invented But not velcro Vision Pro demand Apple Sports Gruber on Apple Sports Apple Vision Pro glass may not break easily, but it’s highly susceptible to scratches Shows and movies we’re watching The killing, Hulu Ready Player Two, a book by Ernest Cline Griselda, Netflix
Apple reported another stellar fiscal first quarter last week, with good numbers in almost all product segments. Dave and I take a quick look at all of the numbers. We also talk about some different responses you get from Siri and Alexa when asking similar questions. Of course, the Vision Pro is still in the news as more people get their hands on Apple's newest device. It's turning out to be Apple's most exciting product launch in years. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: Apple reports first quarter results Meta’s Reality Labs loses record $4.65 billion ahead of Apple’s Vision Pro launch Apple Vision Pro arrives in Apple Store locations across the U.S. Vision Pro “Travel Mode” Apple says Vision Pro isn’t compatible with Bluetooth mice Don’t Lose Your $3,500 Apple Vision Pro, You Can’t Track Its Location Apple Vision Pro glass may not break easily, but it’s highly susceptible to scratches Shows and movies we’re watching The Chestnut Man, Netflix Liaison, Apple TV+ The Grammys, Paramount+
The estimated sales of Vision Pro are above expectations and could signal a great start for Apple's newest product line. Dave and I take a look at the numbers and some of the early reviews. People have been offering some help into my ongoing problems with the HomePod, but we're not there yet. And Stanley ran into some trouble with its tumblers this week. Brought to you by: The Dalrymple Report – Apple News and Analysis is sponsored by BetterHelp: Celebrate the progress you’ve already made. Visit BetterHelp.com/report today to get 10% off your first month. Show Notes: Apple Has Sold Approximately 200,000 Vision Pro Headsets Apple Vision Pro Review: The Best Headset Yet Is Just a Glimpse of the Future Gruber’s review Apple’s visionOS doesn’t let users rearrange icons Apple Vision Pro Battery Isn’t Hot-Swappable Stanley tumblers Shows and movies we’re watching Star Trek: The Next Generation “The Greatest Night In Pop”, Netflix
Dave picked up a new drum set and is waiting for Christmas to end so he can set them up—he explains the extended holiday in the show. It's a big anniversary for the Mac this week! Apple also released a new security setting to help users combat theft if their devices are stolen. We take a look at the rumored opening weekend sales of the Vision Pro. Show Notes: Dave’s new drum kit Apple scores record 13 Academy Award nominations The Macintosh is 40 years old Apple Music will now pay 10% higher royalties to artists for Spatial Audio music Turn On This New iPhone Setting to Protect Your Money and Photos Vision Pro opening weekend
This week, Dave and I talk about which streaming services we like the best and some that we could do without. We also talk about the trend to have exclusive viewing on streaming, like last week's NFL game on Peacock. The Vision Pro is now available for preorder—will you get one? After losing its court case, Apple is making some changes to the Apple Watch moving forward. Brought to you by: The Dalrymple Report – Apple News and Analysis is sponsored by BetterHelp: Celebrate the progress you’ve already made. Visit BetterHelp.com/report today to get 10% off your first month. Show Notes: Chiefs Dolphins game was biggest live streamed event in US history Peacock’s wild-card game likely just the start of the NFL’s playoff streaming era Vision Pro preorders start today Apple Announces Streaming Services and Sports Apps Available on Vision Pro at Launch Vision Pro Hands-On Apple’s Vision Pro Won’t Launch With Netflix App Apple adds new banner to Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 pages Can a Samsung AI Phone Beat an iPhone? Apple’s Vision Pro Won’t Launch With Netflix App Shows and movies we’re watching Northern exposure, Amazon Prime
Macs can now inform Apple if any liquid has been spilled in the USB-C ports. So, if you spill something on your Mac and then take it in for service, they will know what happened. Preorders for the Vision Pro begin on January 19, with availability on February 2, 2024. Dave and I also talk about the corrective lenses you can get for the device. A man was mugged and had his iPhone stolen—the thief then hacked his Ring camera inside his house and began taunting him. Show Notes: Def Leppard drummer Apple Vision Pro available in the U.S. on February 2 Gruber on corrective lenses Thief stole iPhone, hacked my Ring camera to watch and taunt me INSIDE my home How to lock your iPhone from your Apple Watch with a Focus Modes hack Clicks keyboard for iPhone Shows and movies we’re watching Tehran, Apple TV+ Fool Me Once, Netflix Mrs. Davis, Peacock
Apple Watch has helped countless people in emergencies over the years, including assisting a student call for help after carbon monoxide poisoning. Speaking of Apple Watch, do you know how to use Emergency SOS on your watch? Dave shows us how. The next iPhone is rumored to get a new "Capture Button", which is different than the Action button on current models. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: How Apple Watch helped this Delaware student call for help after carbon monoxide poisoning Do you know how to use Emergency SOS on your Apple Watch? iPhone 16 Models Rumored to Add Dedicated ‘Capture Button’ How to Keep Listening to YouTube in the Background or With iPhone Locked Cannonball Run Shows and movies we’re watching Crossfire, BritBox Slow Horses, Apple TV+ Barbie, Max
We talked about it last week, but it has happened—Apple is now banned from selling its latest Apple Watches in the U.S. Dave and I talk about what Apple's next steps could be to end the ban. We also discuss news that Jony Ive and Sam Altman are working on AI devies together, and the fact that more designers from Ive’s team at Apple now work at LoveFrom than remain at Apple. Apple has also decided to close its  Infinite Loop Company Store in Cupertino next month. Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/DALRYMPLE. Terms and conditions apply. Show Notes: It’s now official: Apple is now banned from selling its latest Apple Watches in the US The Late-Night Email to Tim Cook That Set the Apple Watch Saga in Motion Apple’s iPhone Design Chief Enlisted by Johnny Ive, Sam Altman to Work on AI Devices Apple Ramps Up Vision Pro Production, Aiming for Launch by February Apple’s Infinite Loop Company Store Is Closing Next Month Shows and movies we’re watching Wire in the Blood, Acorn Black Spot, Netflix Amazon Prime ads
Apple is preparing to stop sales of the Apple Watch in the U.S. after a decision by the ITC left the company with little choice. GM is putting its worst foot forward in trying to explain why it is not supporting CarPlay in future cars—this time they say it is for safety reasons. The Apple vs Beeper battle is still ongoing this week. Brought to you by: MasterClass: This holiday season, Give One Annual Membership and Get One Free at MASTERCLASS.com/dalrymple. Right now you can get Two Memberships for the Price of One at MASTERCLASS.com/dalrymple. Offer terms apply. Show Notes: The Athletic joins Apple News+ Apple Pausing Sales of Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 in U.S. Due to Patent Dispute Beeper vs Apple battle intensifies: Lawmakers demand DOJ investigation NordVPN app now available on Apple TV GM’s ‘Safety’ Excuse for Dropping CarPlay Shows and movies we’re watching Echoes, Netflix Young Wallander, Netflix Collateral, Netflix The Innocent, Netflix House, Hulu Key and Peale, Netflix
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