Folding iPads, folding notebooks… wait, notebooks already fold.Go to the podcast page.
Special guest Dan Moren joins John Gruber to talk about the new M2 MacBook Pros and Mac Minis, and the triumphant return of the full-sized HomePod.Go to the podcast page.
It wouldn’t be the release of a brand new Apple product without the release of a brand new -gate to go along with it. Unlike power adapters and headphones, the company continues to bundle in controversy with every single purchase.… This story is for Six Colors members only. Become a member to get access to exclusive stories, podcasts, and community..
This is the episode where our brains break as we try to process wild rumors of folding iPads and Siri-driven VR app development. Also, proving the raw interactive power of UpgradeFeedback.com, Myke hears from many listeners about why they choose to use the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Jason, meanwhile seems to hate plants.Go to the podcast page.
During last year’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, Apple spent a surprising amount of time talking up a set of features focused on the idea of collaboration. The company attempted to tie together a few dipsparate ideas, such as working together on documents in apps like Pages, Keynote, and Numbers with pre-existing communication features in...
The M2 Mac mini and MacBook Pro reviews are in, Ivory is here, and details of the Apple headset?! Our collective cups runneth over. “You made the car too good.”… This story is for Six Colors members only. Become a member to get access to exclusive stories, podcasts, and community..
My thanks to Clay for sponsoring Six Colors this week. Clay is a thoughtful relationship manager designed specifically for macOS and iOS. Clay makes it easier to connect with people, to be more generous and responsive with our fellow humans who are core to our own personal and professional lives. Before Clay, being thoughtful required relying on your...
Just the other day, I was lamenting one of my big frustations with Mastodon—that links to posts, unlike tweets, don’t display nicely in Messages. Instead you get a preview that shows the poster’s profile image and their name, rather than the actual text or image of the post itself. Not exactly useful. It was unclear to me exactly who to point the finger...
Whether we spec up our Macs, our philosophy on menu bars, what we use for pointing devices, and our screen sizes of choice.Go to the podcast page.
New Apple hardware and our not-so-long wait for Ivory is over.Go to the podcast page.
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