AppleInsider launched in 1997 and quickly grew to become one of the Internet's premier sources of information for all things Apple. Each day you'll find the most in-depth coverage and analysis of the latest Apple rumors and insider news surrounding the company, its partners and adversaries.
William and Victor talk about coronavirus and its impact on Apple, Microsoft's iOS gaming beta, and the FTC's interest in 'sherlocked' apps.
Victor and William chat about Apple's support for health record portability, and the health records company against it, betas, and selling more watches than all the watch companies in Switzerland.
Victor and William talk about the 91 billion dollar earnings report, what happens when Apple acquires a company, and what an iPad does with William's handwriting.
William and Victor talk about using the Apple Watch to get rewards at the gym, what's going on with WhatsApp, hacking, and iCloud encryption, and more on the AppleInsider Podcast.
The FBI is using the same arguments it used in 2016 to try and get into your iPhone. They didn't work then, but maybe they think they have a better chance. AppleTV is getting a Beastie Boys documentary, and Apple and M.Night Shyamalan are being sued for plagiarism.
William and Victor talk about privacy, the FBI's interest in backdooring encryption, what an iPhone SE 2 looks like, and Victor gets William interested in seeing Mythic Quest on AppleTV+.
Victor and guest Sean Ryan discuss the news of 2019, iPhone SE2 rumors, and how Apple can make or break a company, with examples in TSMC, Imagination Technology's PowerVR, and China's BOE, producer of OLED displays.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor talks about the Pro Display XDR, macOS Catalina Notarization, and Jony Ive's trees.
Victor and William sort out what Apple might be doing with AR glasses, talk about Mac Pro availability, and what on earth is Apple doing making HomeKit accessory development code open source.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the Mac Pro, password Managers, the Mac Pro, encryption backdoors, the Mac Pro, Apple Card iPhone installments, and surprisingly, the Mac Pro.
Victor and William talk about Qualcomm making iPhone 5G a priority for 2020, and Ming Chi Quo has a prediction about in-display Touch ID. In other news, BMW indicates a change in direction and stops charging for CarPlay.
Victor and William talk about iPhone 12 rumors for 2020, Apple's being sued over privacy concerns, being investigated for antitrust over being too good at protecting privacy, and Black Friday deals.
Victor and William discuss AppleTV+'s Servant by M. Night Shyamalan, whether critics are Apple haters for hating on the morning show, and Apple's expansion in Austin.
William and Victor talk about the new 16" MacBook Pro, its display, its keyboard, and Victor has some thoughts about Phil Schiller's comments on Chromebook in education.
William and Victor talk about Apple's view of privacy, and can't resist mentioning Facebook in contrast. William is looking forward to 5G, but can't shake the feeling that Victor is trying to sell him an iPhone SE2.
Victor and William discuss Apple's earnings call, the trends in TV, and the possibility of new MacBook Pros in 2020.
Victor and William talk about the rumored MacBook Pro, where the Mac Pro is, what's going on with AppleTV+ launch compared to other zero-rated services, and the latest iOS betas.
William and Victor talk about Roku, AppleTV+, Disney+ and get into a bit of a discussion over the risks in launching products vs the risks of launching TV shows.
Victor and William are back, talking about the possible new iPad Pro, a rumored MacBook with scissor switch keyboard, and how William likes Catalina.
Victor and William wonder whether the iPhone SE will come back, and whether these Microsoft Surface Buds have something Apple's missing out on.
William and Victor talk about next year's iPhone, how Amazon and Apple are both working on proprietary wireless for home automation, and Victor interviews Izotope's Jon Wyner about audio engineering.
Victor and Charlie Chapman, developer of Dark Noise app, talk about iOS 13, and 13.1, Apple's success recycling rare earth elements, and what if Disney and Apple had merged?
William and Victor talk about what was announced at the event, AppleTV+, Apple Watch, and which new iPhone we're getting. https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/09/13/choosing-iphone-11-iphone-11-pro-or-iphone-11-pro-max-on-the-appleinsider-podcast
Ahead of next week's iPhone event, William Gallagher and Mike Wuerthele talk about what's definitely coming and what's definitely not. Plus Mike talks about why the move to macOS Catalina is going to permanently break an awful lot of games.
Victor and William talk about the By Innovation Only September event, Fraser Speirs joins to talk about Chromebooks for schools, and Apple saves Amazon, on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor and William look forward to Apple TV+, talk about Apple Card and financial literacy, and whiffs of employees leaving Apple over their health strategy, on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
William and Victor talk about the Apple Card, iPhone leaks, and whether you should trust them, Facebook listening into Messenger, and more on this week's AppleInsider Podcast. https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/08/16/apple-card-iphone-11-leaks-facebook-listening-to-you-on-the-appleinsider-podcast
Victor and William are joined by Neill Barham of Filmic Pro, the app Steven Soderberg uses to shoot movies. We also answer reader email! https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/08/09/shooting-movies-on-an-iphone-apple-tv-apple-health-questions-on-the-appleinsider-podcast
Victor is joined by Brian Roemmele to talk about Apple listening to Siri recordings and why they shouldn't need to. William comes back to talk Apple Earnings reports and why selling fewer iPhones doesn't spell doom. Show notes: https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/08/02/apple-listens-to-siri-apples-538b-quarter-more-on-the-appleinsider-podcast
Victor and William talk about Late 2019 MacBook Pro rumors, Facebook's fine from the FTC, and the pending antitrust investigation into big tech companies.
William and Victor talk about 2019 dummy phones, how cases get made, what's up with the slower SSD in 2019 MacBook Air, and whether you can make a Hackintosh that's faster than a Mac Pro?
Victor and William talk about the changes in the MacBook line, Victor explains what happens when you try and defeat Safari security, and William likes the TV App finally.
Victor and William talk about new MacBook Pros for this year, FaceTime altering your eyes, and what happens when companies take their manufacturing to countries other than China?
William and Victor are back to talk about Jony Ive leaving Apple, possible removal of lightning from iPhone, and a new hire working on ARM processors... maybe for Macs?
William and Victor talk about Affinity Publisher, the newest desktop publishing app from Serif Labs, Kano PC partners with Microsoft taking on iPad in education, and the unusual idea that people in the workplace prefer Mac.
William is back to ask about mixed reality and tell us what Apple missed with the Mac Pro.
Dan Dilger joins Victor from WWDC to talk about the new Mac Pro and other developments he's seen announced.
Victor and William talk about WWDC, the iPod touch, GCHQ's proposal to wiretap encrypted messages, and more on the AppleInsider Podcast
Instagram leaked your information for months. Apple has a new MacBook and potentially, new iPhones. And Panic wants a Play Date, a handheld games system on crank.
William is back to talk with Victor all about Zombieload, Intel, and the road to 5G.
Jimmy Destri of Blondie joins Victor to talk about iTunes, Facebook's responsibility, Apple News, Apple Car, and Steve Jobs stories. Full story at https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/05/10/musician-jimmy-destri-about-itunes-spotify-facebook-and-steve-jobs-on-the-appleinsider-podcast
Victor and William talk about SuperMicro moving manufacturing out of China, Foxconn's adventures in Wisconsin, and Victor interviews Geert Bevin of Moog about interface design.
William and Victor talk about rumors of mouse support in iOS, MacBook Pro keyboard repairs being done as a priority in Apple Stores, and Goldman Sachs raising the stock price target to $180.
William and Victor close the books on the Qualcomm suit. Samsung has problems with a folding phone, and Facebook steals contacts from 1.5M people.
William and Victor are back, talking about William's favorite keyboard, MacBook Pro and whether or not it might get a new keyboard when the screen gets larger, Wi-Fi security risks, and the risk of speaking around an Amazon Echo device.
This week, Vlad Savov joins Victor to talk about iPhone cameras, Android, Apple's view of overworking employees, and Apple Card.
William is back to talk about how much he likes games (not at all), how much he likes interactive TV (not one bit), and asks a question about Qualcomm and iPhone import bans.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor go over what was announced at the event, and what wasn't. Dan is positive that these are services delivered in a way only Apple can, Victor is optimistic about Apple Arcade and games.
William and Victor discuss all the things that have been announced this week leading up to the March 25th event, and there are a lot: AirPods, iMac (William's favorite), iPad Mini with Pencil support, iPad Air with Pencil support, and Victor wonders what's going to be left for the event.
William and Victor discuss listener email, Spotify wants to change App Store rules and filed a complaint in Europe about the policies, and the stock price might go up based on Apple's shift to services revenue, all in this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor and William talk about possible health sensors in rumored MacBooks, Huawei and Facebook, and the idea that half of Apple's 2018 hires don't have a 4 year degree.
William and Victor talk about rumored 2019 iPads that could come as soon as March, Victor speaks with Jason Opdyke about trying to make Wi-Fi more Apple-like in the absence of AirPort, and Swift maturing.
Victor and William talk about the rumored 2019 iPhone, MacBook and Mac Pro, while William wants a new iMac. We talk about Google and their security deficit, Apple starting a credit card with Goldman Sachs, and more.
William and Victor discuss the ongoing abuses of Apple's Enterprise Certificate program, what it means for Wi-Fi mesh options now that Amazon owns Eero, and more on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor and William talk about Angela Ahrendts' surprise announcement to leave Apple, a vulnerability in macOS Keychain, and apps that spy on you.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William debate how we're going to reveal all our personal details to Facebook now that Apple has gone and spoiled the fun. Plus, more on the LIFX lughtbulb, FaceTime eavesdropping and more.
Victor and William talk about their love/hate relationship with Microsoft Office, now on the app store, and the Mac at 35. Also, Gene Munster thinks we haven't heard the worst earnings guidance from Apple.
Victor and William are back to discuss TSMC's revised earnings guidance, Tim Cook's privacy position, a proposed privacy bill, and iPhone 2019 rumors.
Victor and Andrew go to CES and discuss the latest hardware shown at the show. We're really looking for all things HomeKit, and where the market is going.
Victor and William cover the Qualcomm injunction in Germany, just as news about Apple's revised 1Q guidance comes through. We dig into it and attempt to make some sense of it.
Victor and William talk about their favorite stories from 2018. Bitcoin shenanigans, Qualcomm, a sincere appreciation for iOS engineers, and more!
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor has some physics insight into the bending of iPad Pro devices and William just wanted to know about all these Apple notifications people in the US seem to be getting. Together they talk about what both of these issues suggest about the state of Apple today.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor interviews Jason Appelbaum of Evercharge.net about best charging practices, Victor and William talk about Qualcomm, injunctions on iPhone sales, and more.
Victor talks with Michael Simmons of Algoriddim and Flexibits, and William comments on Qualcomm's PR agency choices.
Victor and William advise you to change your battery, plus advice on Qi charging, Qualcomm's CEO speaks out, and Google supports iPhone on their Fi cellular service.
Victor and William talk about voice first, and a Siri shortcut that allows Siri to talk to Google Assistant.
Daniel Eran Dilger, Neil, Victor, and William mark the 200th episode talking stocks, iPad USB-C, Qualcomm engineers, and we even give away some software.
Victor and William talk about the iPhone XR, analysts, and the difficulties of production in India.
William and Victor discuss the latest Mac mini announcement, MacBook Air, and iPad Pro, now that they've had a few days for the dust to settle.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor talk about what Dan saw at Apple's latest Brooklyn, NY event. Dan phones in from New York to tell us about what's new with the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and two new iPad Pro models.
Victor and William discuss Tim Cook's stance on privacy, the Bloomberg Spy Chip story, rumored new Macs and new modems for iPhones.
The AppleInsider Podcast gets into international intrigue, as we talk about murder, Apple Watch, and also, what we think Apple's going to announce at the next event.
The AppleInsider Podcast gets seriously into money as we examine App Store fraud in China and how Apple Pay won over CVS. Plus, what you should buy from Google's new hardware -- and what we think Apple's going to show us.
Neil and Victor talk about the reported surveillance of Apple, Amazon, iPhone's difficulty charging, and LTE signal, and its extended battery life all on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor and Neil talk about Neil's iPhone XS review, his love of USB-C, the state of the iPad and Mojave's Marzipan apps, and Apple Watch Series 4.
Victor and Neil talk about the Watch OS 5 and complications, Series 4, and a movie shot on iPhone XS Max by the director of "Crazy Rich Asians"
Victor and William talk through the differences between the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, what hidden features they didn't mention in the keynote, and what happened to the SE.
Victor and William discuss the announcements of today: Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.
Victor and William talk about the forthcoming rumored iPhones, TV and movie projects, and what it must be like to fall asleep on the job. William talks about leaving Evernote.
Victor and William talk through Apple's latest acquisition and some of the rumors leading into the upcoming Apple event, and Victor speaks with Ken Kocienda, author of Creative Selection, Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs. Ken has the distinction of having been the individual directly responsible for keyboard on the first iPhone.
Victor and William discuss Nikons and drones, an analyst who thinks the iPhone X is too popular, and iOS 12 betas on old iPhones.
Victor and William talk through the latest news about Project Titan rumors, ARM Macbook rumors, and the strange case of the teenager who took 90GB of data from Apple.
Mike and Victor talk about an Apple patent for using an iPhone as a passport, and iPads being issued to teachers for use teaching reading literacy.
Apple never tells you anything it doesn't want to or have to --and this week's earnings call is the latter. Hidden in the mass of financial detail is the unmistakable fact that Apple is doing very nicely
Victor and Mike talk about Macbook Pro thermal performance, tips on the best Mac utilties you've forgotten about, and answer listener email.
Mike and Andrew join Victor to talk about MacBook Pro, keyboards, Siri, and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast
This week, Victor and Andrew discuss the new MacBook Pro, alleged industrial espionage as an engineer is said to have stolen secrets from Apple and tried to board a flight to China, and iOS USB restricted mode and what it means for you.
Victor and Andrew talk about 5G, Intel losing Apple's modem business, and analysts adjusting expectations higher for 2018 iPhones.
Victor and Andrew O'Hara talk about the new 2018 iPhone rumors, iPhone 6s production in India, and Foxconn's factory in Wisconsin
Neil comes back to talk about AirPlay and Apple Pay at concerts, and Victor interviews Wes Borland about his musical projects and the role technology plays.
Victor and Andrew discuss rumors about the end of the lightning port, what it takes to build a solid network, and Victor interviews Geert Bevin, Product Manager and Software Engineering Lead for Moog Music, about building apps that replicate classic synthesizers.
Victor and Mike talk about WWDC, screentime, and Victor interviews Richard Moss, author of The History of Mac Gaming
Victor and Dan talk about everything that was announced at WWDC 2018
Mike and Victor talk about the 11.4 iOS release, things we hope to see out of WWDC, and Victor interviews Chaz, a maker of Swiss watches, and what it means to be a mechanical watchmaker in an Apple watch world.
Victor interviews former CEO of Misfit, Sonny Vu about a system-on-chip for startups, and Mike and Victor talk about Foxconn, self-driving cars, and whether your Wi-Fi is trying to kill you.
The AppleInsider Podcast goes to Moogfest 2018 to meet with the artist Author&Punisher, and music companies that work with iOS like Eventide and Teenage Engineering.
Victor and Mike talk about the latest in iPhone display rumors, Apple's drone plans, and the idea that the Apple Watch was a product that came into being after Jobs had died.
Victor and Mike discuss the life-saving Apple Watch, Apple's resistance to surveillance, and the Q218 earnings call.
This week Sonya Mann joins to co-host the podcast. Victor and Sonya talk about the latest in iPhone rumors, what's likely or not likely, and cover struggles with going all-in on USB-C, and more.
Victor interviews Oliver Seil, Belkin's VP of Design, Victor and Mikey talk about iPhone SE2 rumors, and what the chances are of merging of iOS and MacOS.
Victor and Mike talk about soft sales for HomePod, whether or not sales are soft, and what Apple could do about it, as well as Zuckerberg's appearance in DC.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Mike with guest Charles Martin discuss the 2019 Mac Pro, Apple's possible shift to ARM in the Mac in 2020, Apple's poaching of a key AI executive from Google, and more!
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Neil talk about the latest OS updates, Facebook privacy in light of moves Apple is making, and Victor interviews Yoav Degani of MyPermissions, a company whose mission is to make privacy settings easier for users.
AppleInsider Podcast interviews Annemarie Dooling on Facebook, T.Greg Doucette on warrrants served to Google, iPhones and more
Victor talks about Siri, the spat between people responsible for it, Google Assistant on the iPad, and the problems around a Fitbit for kids.
Victor interviews Adam Justice about HomeKit and HomePod, Victor and Mike talk about the latest in iOS betas, the Right to Repair legislation, and updates to Apple's WorkFlow app.
Victor and Mike W. talk about Consumer Reports scoring cameras, the carriers in the US and the FCC, and Apple's handling of iCloud user data in China.
Neil and Victor talk about iOS 11.3 beta updates, listener feedback on HomePod, Nokia Health, and FaceTime saving a woman's life on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor interviews Will Abeles about making his comedy album that released at the number 1 spot on iTunes. Neil and Victor talk about HomePod and what it's like after a week of use.
Victor and Neil interview Michal Jurewicz of Mytek Digital audio about DSP and DAC, and discuss HomePod, the rumored 6.1 inch iPhone and Apple's content plays with Bryan Fuller.
Victor and Neil talk about iOS 12 and what stability means, the idea of running iPad apps on an Mac, and what we learned from the earnings call.
Victor and Neil talk about HomePod, smart speakers, and HomeKit. Victor interviews Matt Hines of iZotope to ask a little more about what might be going on with HomePod internally.
Victor and Mike talk about batteries, foreign cash repatriation, and Scott Harkins of Honeywell joins to talk about Lyric and HomeKit home security.
Victor interviews Deirdre Leid of Pioneer about using Lightning for headphones and the advantages it brings, and catches up with Mike about the weird and wonderful things from CES 2018.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Mike and a special guest discusses the three-pronged attack against modern CPUs, continues the iPhone battery debacle debate, delves into the $16 billion Spotify copyright lawsuit, and talks about the iMac Pro.
Victor talks about the iPhone battery debacle, supply chain orders for iPhone X, and interviews synthesizer musician Suzanne Ciani.
Victor and Mike talk about the iMac Pro, the battery life debacle of Apple's making, and Victor interviews Yossi Neiman of Dride.
Neil and Victor talk about the iMac Pro, GymKit, and Jony Ive's return to focusing on product design on this week's AppleInsider podcast
Neil and Victor talk about 2018 iPhones, what's rumoured for next year from Apple, and iOS 11.2's surprise release. Victor talks with Katie Stephens, founder of MakeCrate about how to encourage interest in engineering.
Victor and Neil talk about the new Brooklyn Apple Store, Apple's troubles with root accounts and security, Amazon, and more, on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Neil and Victor talk about what's up with the HomePod delay, the possible 2018 iPhones, and what it means to have an ARM chip in the iMac Pro.
Victor and Neil talk about next year's iPhone X Plus, the so-called Face ID hacks, and Steven Soderbergh shooting movies for theatrical release with an iPhone 7 Plus.
Neil and Victor talk about the iPhone X, AR glasses rumors, and iOS updates.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor talk about Dan's experiences with the iPhone X.
Victor and Mike talk about the new cameras provided by LG, the top tips for getting an iPhone X, and more on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Neil and Victor talk about iPhone 8 production numbers being cut, anticipation for iPhone X, the FCC's useless call for FM radios on iPhones, and Apple buying a healthcare company. All this, and more in this week's episode!
Victor and Neil talk about what Neil learned from Jony Ive, Oculus' announcements, and the concept of folding screens on a mobile phone.
Victor and Neil talk Google, Amazon, and the rumor of Apple ditching Intel.
Dan speaks about what it is like to use the iPhone 8 Plus, and Neil talks about how the new Apple Watch has changed his life.
Dan tells Victor about what it's like using iPhone 8 and 8 Plus for the last week.
Victor and Neil discuss some of the changes in iPhone 8 and X. Dan comes back to talk about his impressions having held them in Apple's hands-on area after the event.
Daniel Eran Dilger joins Victor to talk about the event and what we saw announced: Apple Watch, AppleTV, iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Daniel gives his thoughts on what's really important that we saw today.
Neil and Victor talk about next week's release of the 'iPhone 8', Apple watch, OLED technology, and Victor interviews iZotope about their new Spire Studio hardware.
Neil and Victor talk about the iPhone 8 in advance of the September 12th announcement, what it means to have a phone without a home button, and more.
Victor and Mike talk about the an update to the 4th generation Apple TV with 4K, when the "iPhone 8" might be announced, and Apple's self-driving employee shuttle. Victor interviews Glen Budman of Backblaze about keeping your storage safe.
Neil and Victor talk about Apple Watch, Apple's reaction to Charlottesville, and CarPlay on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
Victor and Neil tackle all the iPhone 8 rumors, colors, caseback, touchID, facial recognition and more. Neil is into the Apple Watch, Victor talks about AR glasses and areas Apple is researching. Also: Wireless Carplay!
Victor and Neil talk about the Q3 17 Apple earnings call, and all the things that the HomePod firmware tells us about upcoming iPhones.
Victor and Neil talk about the future of the iPod, Apple Watch, and manufacturing in modern America.
Victor and Mike Wuerthele talk about the latest news in 'iPhone 8', iPhone SE rumors, and Qualcomm lawsuits.
Victor and Neil talk about the latest iPhone rumors, ARkit, and more on this week's AppleInsider podcast.
Neil and Victor talk about the "will-they-won't-they" inconclusive rumors surrounding the rumored new iPhone and Touch ID.
Neil and Victor talk 10 years of iPhone, Qualcomm's patent on an ultrasonic fingerprint reader, and more.
Neil and Victor review the latest Apple hardware, discuss Apple and what it could mean to be at the center of health, and also where Amazon could go based on buying Whole Foods.
Victor and Neil discuss some of the things announced at WWDC now that we have our hands on them.
Dan, Victor, and WWDC Scholarship winner Kenny Batista talk about iPad Pro, iOS 11, what you learn at WWDC, and more on this week's AppleInsider podcast
Dan and Victor talk about what to expect at WWDC, Siri, HomeKit, and Swift programming for all ages.
The latest in iPhone 8 rumors, iPad rumors, DJI drones and homekit
Victor goes to Moogfest and interviews people including DJ Lance Rock, Dave Hodder of Focusrite / Novation, Tlacael Esperza of Sunhouse, Jason Salzman of Universal Audio, and Mark Boyd of Audulus, all makers of the tools we use to make music.
Neil and Victor discuss the things that happen on the road to producing an iPhone, the Apple watch losing apps, and USB-C on iPhones.
Dan and Victor speak to a group of Pro Apple users in NYC at Adorama, covering the history of pro hardware, pro software, and what the vision of the future looks like according to Apple.
Neil and Victor talk about the rumors around 'iPhone 8' wireless charging, HomeKit and a possible Siri-driven Echo competitor, the Apple Watch at 2 and more.
Victor and Dan talk about the uncharacteristic rumors moving TouchID to the back of the 'iPhone 8', Mac Pro hardware rumors, the Mac Gamer, Thunderbolt GPUs and more.
Neil and Victor talk about the iPhone, rumors about the placement of its Touch ID, Apple's work on non-invasive glucose measurement, and more on this week's AppleInsider podcast!
Mikey and Dan talk about Apple's uncharacteristic pre-announcement of next-year's Mac Pro and branded monitor, MacBook Pro hardware rumors, Imagination Technologies, the new Clips app and more.
Mikey and Victor talk about the newest iPad, the Samsung Galaxy S8 launch, and iOS 10.3 and the end of 32-bit apps.
Neil and Victor catch up on the latest iPads, iPhone, and Apple acquisitions on this week's AppleInsider podcast.
Victor and Mikey talk about the evidence of new iPads and the rumored event, the concept of removing large numbers of apps from the App Store, and the idea of Swatch making a smart watch.
Neil and Victor talk about the 'iPhone 8' and delays, healthcare and HealthKit, and mostly-solved vulnerabilities in iOS.
Neil and Victor talk about USB-C and iOS devices, iPads as computer replacements, and what the definition of 'Pro' is.
Neil and Victor talk 'iPhone 8' rumors, the iPad event coming up, and Airpods vs Powerbeats3
Mikey and Victor talk about an 'iPhone 8' with no home button, Malware on the Mac, fake news in Apple News, and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast!
Neil and Victor talk about the 'iPhone 8', weather apps for Apple Watch, wireless charging, and more.
Neil and Victor talk through Apple's earnings call, Wall Street raising price targets, and what it's like to use HomeKit at Tim Cook's house.
Victor and Mikey talk about what's new in macOS and iOS betas, the rumors surrounding 'iPhone 8' and TouchID, and a series of Qualcomm lawsuits with Apple.
Victor, Dan, and Mikey talk about whether the culture is changing within Apple to one that has more difficulty innovating, and the latest rumors about iPads and Apple Pencil.
Neil and Victor talk about 10 years of iPhone, all the HomeKit things introduced at CES, and what's going on with Apple and transportation.
Neil and Victor discuss some of the best and worst of CES, and why we're talking about products that haven't shipped, and may never ship.
Victor and Dan discuss impressions on the AirPods, iPhone activations in light of the Note 7, and more on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Neil reach episode 100, and answer listener questions about the future of the Mac, why people aren't buying smaller capacity phones and using iCloud, questions about AirPods, augmented reality, and more.
Neil and Victor talk over the latest updates from Apple, the tech summit President-Elect Trump held in Washington, Mario, and battery meters going away. Send us your questions and tips to email@example.com! We'd love to hear from you.
Victor and Neil discuss Apple's continued work in AI and cars, the rumored iPhone 7s, and Neil's reviews of PowerBeats3 and the MacBook Pro 13".
Mikey and Victor talk about the iPhone 7 production rumors, the surprise acquisition of Pebble by Fitbit, and Nokia's brand revival from the dead, all in this week's AppleInsider podcast
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor Marks talk about the end of Apple Airport routers, what it means for Mac, and Apple's focus.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor discuss Dan's review of the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, and the very latest in Apple news and 'iPhone' rumors.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor Marks discuss MacBook Pros, what makes a Pro machine 'Pro', and the latest in iPhone news and rumors.
Victor and Mike talk through the new MacBook Pro, why it wasn't more generously equipped at launch, and bluetooth headphone offerings.
Dan and Victor talk over what's new in the MacBook Pro lineup, what happened to AppleTV and what it was like going hands-on at the Apple Event.
Victor and Mike discuss the upcoming Apple Event, the latest MacBook Pro rumors, and IBM's push into schools with a Watson MobileFirst iOS app to individualize education.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor talk about iPhone supply chain, recent patents and purported acquisitions, and what might be possible in a '2017 iPhone.'
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor talk about the sale of Viv (made by the founders of Siri) to Samsung, Google Pixel's shortcomings, the difficulty of evaluating a camera, and what's happened in the five years since Steve Jobs passed away.
Neil and Victor talk through reviews of the Apple Watch, iPhone 7, its camera, and tips for using iOS10.
Mikey and Victor talk about Apple acquistions, both announced and rumored, and the some of the best and worst features of iOS 10.
Neil and Victor talk about the latest iOS, iPhone 7 supply shortage, headphones (bluetooth and otherwise), and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast.
Dan and Victor talk about the new Apple Watch, the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and what we know from Dan's hands-on sessions with them both.
Neil and Victor talk about the latest in iPhone rumors leading up to the Sept.7 event. Will there be a 256GB iPhone? Will there be wireless 'earpods'?
Mikey and Victor talk about the latest in Apple Patents, privacy, machine learning, Tim Cook's time in the CEO seat, and iPhone rumors.
Neil and Victor talk iPad upgrade cycles, compare simplicity of iPods and Apple Watch, and catch you up on all the latest 'iPhone 7' news.
Mikey and Victor sum up the latest rumors about iPhone, Apple Watch, a supposed Health device and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast.
Neil reviews the Brooklyn Apple store, Victor reviews Mobile Pass app for getting through customs, iPad Pro keyboards, and the very latest in "iPhone 7" rumors.
Neil and Mikey talk about Apple's third fiscal quarter results, the latest and greatest iPhone rumors ahead of this fall's release and a changing of the guard at Apple's "Project Titan."
Neil and Victor discuss the latest updates in public betas, the reason the GPS watches seem to last longer that a day, liquid damage avoidance in iOS 10, and the delays in the 'Apple Car.' All this, and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast!
Neil and Victor talk iOS10, the Apple Watch and Medical ID, all the latest in iPhone 7 rumors, and Pokemon Go taking over the world.
Neil and Victor discuss the latest updates in iOS betas, iPhone rumors, Mac malware, and more.
Neil and Victor discuss rumors, the lack of iOS 10 beta 2, iPhone at 9 years, the display with built in gpu rumor and the best alternatives, the 'iPhone' case with no headphone port in it, and more.
Neil talks about WatchOS 3, iOS betas, and all the latest iPhone rumors.
Matt Sephton, former Apple technology evangelist, joins Victor to talk about his perspective on the WWDC news, and also share a Steve Jobs story. Mikey and Victor talk about the things that really struck them out of the keynote.
AppleInsider reports live from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Neil and Victor talk about all the software and hardware announcements that could take place next week at Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference.
August.com CEO Jason Johnson joins Victor to talk about HomeKit, door locks, video doorbells, and their recent announcement adding IFTTT integration. Mikey Campbell and Victor discuss the latest in rumors, including MacBook Pro, 5k thunderbolt displays, and 'iPhone 7's' refresh cycle.
Victor and Mikey talk about rumored new MacBooks, Siri and AppleTV, competing with Amazon Echo, Apple Watch as a health device, and new iPhone 7 rumors.
Neil and Victor talk about the Home speaker out of Google I/O 2016, and what it means for Siri. Neil talks about Android Pay, and Fitbit's purchase of Coin, and the latest around the 'iPhone 7.'
Carley K, HGTV's SmartHome 2016 consultant spoke with AppleInsider about the products in the HGTV SmartHome, what products are in her home, and what goes into making the choice to buy a smarthome accessory. Mikey Campbell joins the call to talk about the latest in 'iPhone 7' and 'iPhone 2017' rumors.
Neil gives Wall Street analysis, Victor and Neil discuss Fitbit's popularity, whether or not there will be a headphone jack in "iPhone 7", ApplePay loyalty cards, and the future of voice assistances, via Viv.ai, from the founders of Siri.
Neil talks about the earnings and his hands-on review of the new Macbook, Victor and Neil talk about the Logi smart connector dock, and the idea of giving up the headphone jack for audio over lighting and USB-C.
Shane and Victor talk new MacBooks, the computers that didn't get updated, Tesla's former VP of vehicle engineering working for Apple, Apple's car skunkworks, iPhone 7 rumors, and a few of our thoughts remembering Bill Campbell.
Mikey and Victor discuss Mikey's appearance on a Motor Trend roundtable, what it means for the 'Apple Car', the very latest in the FBI's hypocrisy, and the rumored 'iPhone 7.'
Neil and Victor talk about the new iPad Pro 9.7", and you won't believe what Neil says about the iPhone SE. Also, we talk beta software, some of Neil's favorite apps, and the ongoing FBI saga.
Mikey and Victor talk FBI, what's in an iPhone SE, and what form a 2017 iPhone might take. Is it AMOLED? Curved glass? It sounds like a phone from a different Galaxy...
Victor and Shane discuss the iPad Pro, iPhone SE, Apple's servers, the embedded Apple SIM, and the FBI's possible use of Cellebrite to crack the San Bernardino iPhone 5c. Andy Somerfield of Serif, makers of Affinity Photo, joins us to talk about color management, the iPad Pro's TrueTone, and Affinity Photo.
Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor talk about the latest releases at the Apple Event in Cupertino. The iPhone SE, the new iPad Pro, iOS 9.3 and CareKit updates all made the news, and Dan tells us what it means.
Shane and Victor look at the latest relating to Apple's "iPhone 7" and how similar it might be to the iPad Pro, discuss the latest in Apple retail news, and touch on the latest in Apple v the FBI.
Shane and Victor discuss new developments in the FBI's conflict with Apple, and its impact within US politics. They also touch on the history of encryption and steps you can take to encrypt your own iPhone and files.
Victor interviews Glenn Reid, CEO of Marathon Laundry, and the only person to quit working for Steve Jobs three times. Reid is also on Twitter @imovie_glenn and at his company's website, marathonlaundry.com.
Neil and Victor look at the latest relating to Apple's "iPad Air 3" and how similar it might be to the iPad Pro, discuss the latest in smaller iPhone news, and talk through the latest in Apple v the FBI.
In this episode of the AppleInsider podcast, Daniel Eran Dilger and Mikey go one-on-one to discuss a federal court order that compels Apple to assist in a high-profile FBI investigation, and in so doing undermine its own encryption technology.
Neil and Mikey look at new evidence relating to Apple's secret automotive project, debate the feasibility of recent iPhone and Apple Watch rumors, talk iPad Pro keyboards and much more.
Neil and Mikey ditch the script and go free-form to discuss Apple's expected March event, GoPro's woes, interesting patents, an insipid lawsuit and more.
Shane and Neil discuss the decline of iPhone sales, Apple and Tim Cook's interest in VR, it's relation with an 'iPhone 7' dual camera, and trouble in Apple's car skunkworks. Victor and Neil talk about iOS 9.3 beta and the trouble with keyboards for iPad in iOS.
Shane takes apart Trump's dictate that Apple build it's "computers and things" in America, Neil talks through 'iPhone 6c' rumors, we cover ESPN in an Apple streaming service, Garageband, and OS updates for iOS and OS X.
We discuss the Apple Beta releases, Apple Car, a smaller iPhone rumor, Apple Music and more.
AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes, Shane Cole and Mikey Campbell discuss Apple's Wall Street woes, CES 2016, 'iPhone 7,' Apple's latest acquisition and more.
Dan and Mikey discuss watching trends instead of tracking product sales, the categories Apple introduced in 2015, and a review of the year's best product launches.
AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes, Daniel Eran Dilger and Mikey Campbell discuss renewed rumors of an Apple hi-res streaming format, a potential 4-inch iPhone, Wall Street analysts and more.
Mikey and Victor discuss BBC iPlayer coming to AppleTV, the big job changes at Apple, 3D touch on iPads, and Mikey's review of the Devialet speaker.
Mikey and Victor talk about AppleTV and its role as a games machine, Chromebooks and iPads in education, and Walmart Pay.
Victor and Neil discuss 'iPhone 7' rumors, lightning headphones, Mikey talks about a 15 inch MacBook Air rumor, Amazon Instant Video coming to AppleTV, a 4 inch iPhone, and Swift becoming open source.
Neil and Mikey review the Apple Pencil for iPad Pro. Mikey reviews the Apple charging stand for Apple Watch. Neil sells his iPhone 6 and has advice on person to person payments.
Neil and Mikey talk about their experience with iPad Pro thus far. Shane offers his thoughts on the tablet's use cases and we discuss new iPhone rumors, iOS accessories like DJI's Osmo 4K camera and gimbal, Apple Watch docks and more.
Neil reviews the iPad Pro and Logitech keyboard. Mikey talks about 68 research and an 'Apple Car.' Rumors say no AMOLED before 2019 for iPhones, and the Steve Jobs movie is out of theaters.
Neil likes the new Apple TV, Victor misses the third-gen Apple TV. Mikey reviews the 21.5-inch iMac, we take listener questions, and we discuss the "iPhone 7" rumors.
Neil rants on Wall Street. Mikey talks about NVIDIA and self-driving cars. Victor may buy an AppleTV, and Neil gives tips on Wi-Fi Assist in iOS9.
Neil, Mikey, and Victor discuss new Apple TV, iOS 9.1, and Watch OS 2.0.1. Neil has tips about quitting apps on iOS, Victor rides an electric skateboard, and we talk about Steam Link and Steam Controller for Mac.
Neil, Mikey, Dan, and Nate discuss new iMacs, the new keyboard, mouse and trackpad. Elon Musk tweets at us to moderate his position on an Apple Car, and we talk about Microsoft Surface and Band 2.
We remember Steve Jobs, as we talk about the recent movie. Neil discusses the movie, and the iMac rumor. Mikey and Neil talk about keyboards and Microsoft, and the benefits of mechanical stabilization vs. software video stabilization in a new DJI product.
Dan has a review unit of the iPhone 6s, Mikey has 3 new iPhones, and we talk 3D Touch, El Capitan, whether or not to subscribe to Apple Music, and Aaron Sorkin's tiff with Tim Cook.
Dan has a review unit of the iPhone 6s, Mikey talks about his appearance on MSNBC and the Apple Car, Neil has an opinion on content blockers and Apple Watch.
We discuss the iOS 9 release, your favorite features, our experiences with it, and Neil's wish to replace his MacBook Pro with an iPad Pro. We also discuss iPhone 6s launch sales and, the rumored Apple Car causing a migration of employees from Tesla, negatively impacting Tesla product development.
This week's AppleInsider podcast takes on Apple's huge September product blowout featuring iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, Apple TV and more. Mikey discusses Alex Gibney's Steve Jobs documentary and Neil talks about the Grip&Shoot iPhone accessory. Hosts: @mikeycampbell81 and @thisisneil
Dan joins Victor as we quickly round up what was announced at today's September 9 2015 Apple Event. The Apple Watch update with new bands in new colors, the Hermes partnership, the huge improvements in A9X inside iPad Pro, and the leap forward that is Apple TV all get Dan's insightful coverage, as we discuss the advances in iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
With Apple's Sept. 9 event just days away, we dive deep into Apple TV, streaming content, new iMacs, Apple's new retail store designs, iPhone rumors, and Apple's enterprise push with Cisco.
With Apple's Sept. 9 keynote official, and we break down everything you need to know ahead of the event, where new iPhones and a revamped Apple TV are expected. Plus, we tackle Apple's recent losses on Wall Street, the latest "Apple Car" rumors, Shane reviews some tools for digital nomads, and Mikey and Neil share their experiences with the iOS-connected Coin digital credit card.
The boys discuss rumors surrounding the Apple car, Force Touch on the iPhone, and the next-gen Apple TV. Mikey reviews iHome's SmartPlug and Neil talks about a cool new tethered drone.
Neil discusses the upcoming rumored Apple event. Shane talks about Alphabet and Samsung, Neil reviews a DJI drone. Shane, Neil and Victor all talk about Sony robot dogs and the damage of counterfeit products.
Wall Street Numbers. MVNO Rumors. Neil takes apart both of these and reviews a DJI drone. Victor and Mikey name their top apps, and Neil gets sick over VR.
Mikey Campbell and Neil Hughes as we talk about Apple Watch sales expanding to Best Buy, all the Steve Jobs movies, and a possible Apple Car. Neil and Victor talk about the security issues with Android and what security issues mean when cars are rolling computers.
Neil reveals how he feels about Wall Street analysts, Victor likes the Mac App Store, and Mikey tells all about the good and bad of Coin.
Neil talks about "iPhone 6c," Dan clears up gaming benchmarks for Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6, and Victor tells us how he really feels about Touch ID and ApplePay.
Does size matter on an "iPhone 6s?" Neil talks about the MadCatz C.T.R.L.i. game controller, Shane talks AppleTV and Showtime, and we answer listener questions, all on this week's AppleInsider podcast.
This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast features Neil Hughes, Victor Marks, and Shane Cole as we discuss the Apple Music launch, Beats1 going live, and new iPod colors. Shane and Neil have a word to say on cloud services and the small storage of the entry level iPhone, and we briefly reminisce about our first iPhones, 8 years ago.
This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast features Mikey Campbell and Daniel Eran Dilger as we talk about the HomeKit and our experiences with it so far. Victor professes his love for CarPlay, and Daniel talks about Beats1, and how it stayed in the news cycle for an entire week before it launches.
This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast features Mikey Campbell and Daniel Eran Dilger as we talk about the features we're looking forward to most from iOS9, security vulnerabilities, and some of the problems of having a very large phone. Daniel talks about Apple Music, how it affects iTunes, and what it means to consumers.
This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast features Daniel Eran Dilger as we discuss Apple's WWDC keynote, Apple Music, Apple News, Wallet, privacy and Apple's apps for Android phones. Daniel gives us a view into what's important to Apple, how it changes the industry, and what matters for consumers.
Hosts @thisisneil @vmarks and Shane Cole discuss Apple's acquisition of Metaio, an augmented reality company, our WWDC predictions, AppleTV, and Apple HomeKit. Shane and Neil have a word to say on Microsoft XBOX and what they wish for AppleTV, and we have a special interview with Joe Dada, CEO of Insteon, which announced HomeKit-compatible home automation products this week.
Hosts @mikeycampbell81 @vmarks and Shane Cole discuss our Jony Ive's promotion to CDO, Mikey's Pixelmator for iPhone review, ApplePay coming to Target, our Watch Effect series, and more.
This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast features Neil Hughes and Shane Cole as we discuss the latest iMac, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch news. Also, Neil has a word to say on Wall Street analysts. Hosts: @thisisneil, @vmarks and Shane
'iPhone 6s' rumors leak, Mikey and Shane discuss Apple and automobiles, YouTube's disappearance from AppleTV 2, and the water-resistance of the Apple Watch. Hosts: @mikeycampbell81, Shane, and @vmarks
Bonus content for episode 15 of our show, here's the full interview with @Georgia_Dow from iMore.com and @JimYoung from Dell. We start off with our thoughts on Avengers: Age of Ultron (SPOILER ALERT) and later discuss the Apple Watch. Hosts: @stephenrobles @georgia_dow @jimyoung
Special guests @Georgia_Dow from iMore.com and @JimYoung, Principal UX Designer at Dell, join us for a talk on the Apple Watch. Also, @DanielEran returns with experiences from Colette, one of the few fashion boutiques with Apple Watches to sell on-hand. We discuss the 12.9" iPad Pro rumors, Applebot, and more. Hosts: @thisisneil @danieleran @stephenrobles and Shane
Hosts @mikeycampbell81 @stephenrobles and Shane Cole discuss our full Apple watch review and what it's like after a week of day to day use. Apple's record Q2 earnings call, declining iPad sales, CurrentC ousts its CEO, Microsoft bring Objective-C support to Windows 10, and more.
Apple Watch shipment notifications are sent out, leaked video of Angela Ahrendts explains the watch retail strategy, Neil reviews the 12" MacBook with Retina Screen and Google announces their mobile network, 'Project Fi.' Also, rumors of an iPod Touch refresh and improvements to Apple Maps. Hosts: @thisisneil, @mikeycampbell81, @stephenrobles and Shane.
Apple buys 36,000 acres of trees to use for renewable paper, we discuss our first impressions and try-on experiences of the Apple Watch, WWDC 2015 announced, and more. Hosts: @thisisneil @stephenrobles and Shane.
The Apple Watch reviews are out and @thisisneil, Shane, and Stephen Robles comb through the initial impressions. Reviews of the new 12" MacBook are also discussed, OS X 10.10.3, Photos for Mac, DJI's new Phantom 3, and more.
We discuss the leaked part for supposed upcoming 4" iPhone 6c, Force Touch and what it could look like in the future, Mikey reviews 'Becoming Steve Jobs', Tidal streaming music service, Amazon Dash, and Microsoft's Surface 3. Hosts: @thisisneil @mikeycampbell81 @stephenrobles
Twitter launches Periscope for iPhone, a live streaming app to compete with Meerkat. The issues with iCloud storage, Fantastical 2 for OS X, Square Cash, Apple Pay, and who still wants a 4" iPhone. Hosts: @mikeycampbell81 @vmarks @stephenrobles
Editors Neil Hughes and Mikey Campbell review their exclusive report on Project Titan and Apple's supposed electric car. Hands-on impressions with the new Macbook Force Touch trackpad, Apple to release an online TV service this fall, Facebook Messenger brings mobile payments to the app and more. Hosts: @thisisneil @mikeycampbell81 @vmarks @stephenrobles
On this episode we cover Apple's entire 'Spring Forward' event, including HBO Now and Apple TV, ResearchKit for iOS, newly redesigned MacBook and Apple Watch.
AppleInsider Editor Daniel Dilger was in-person at the March 9 'Spring Forward' event and got a hands-on look at the Apple Watch, new 12" MacBook with Retina display and more. Hosts: @danieleran @stephenrobles
Editor Daniel Dilger recaps his experience in Taiwan, we dissect Samsung's new Galaxy S6, mobile payment news and final predictions for the Apple Watch 'Spring Forward' event.
Apple sends out invitations to a March 9th media event, most likely to feature Apple Watch. The FCC votes to enforce Net Neutrality, Pebble funds its new smartwatch using Kickstarter (again), Google to buy Softcard and more.
Apple Car rumors increase along with sightings of the supposed mini-van project. We discuss Apple Watch pricing, new FAA proposed drone regulations, Modern Family films an entire episode on iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2, Apple Pay, Sony and more. Hosts: @mikeycampbell81 @vmarks @stephenrobles
Apple's record $700 billion market cap, $850 million investment in solar energy, Tim Cook speaking at Goldman Sachs, MacBook Air refresh, Apple TV, a brief rant on cable companies and the new Phorm iPad accessory. Hosts: @thisisneil @vmarks @stephenrobles
AppleInsider gives a first look at the new Photos app beta for OS X. Analysis of the Apple Watch companion app found in iOS 8.2, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler proposes to classify internet as a utility, we discuss Neil Young's Pono music player and the Samsung Galaxy event teaser. Hosts: @stephenrobles @vmarks and @danieleran.
Apple posts an $18 billion dollar profit, sells over 74 million iPhones and more in Q1 2015. Tim Cook says Apple Watch will ship this April. YouTube dumps Flash and defaults its videos to HTML5. iOS 8.1.3 and OS X 10.10.2 are released and Dan discusses his editorial on Microsoft HoloLens.