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∞ The Dalrymple Report: Siri vs. Alexa, Lock Screen, and iCloud

I finally got so fed up with Siri that I bought an Echo to use in my kitchen—but I only use it when Siri and the HomePod fails. Dave and I talk about how often that is on this week’s show. Dave tells us more about the iOS 16 lock screen and some other new features he enjoys, like the ability to bypass CAPTCHAs. macOS Ventura’s enhanced search, Samsung...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Favorite features of Apple’s OS betas

This week, Dave and I talk about some of our favorite new features of the OS betas Apple released at WWDC. There are some really good features that make each OS easier and fundamentally better for the user. Follow this podcast Brought to you by: Backbone: Go to PlayBackbone.com/dalrymple NOW to order your Backbone, until June and get FREE...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: iOS 16, macOS, and watchOS

Apple held WWDC this week and to kick things off the company introduced new versions of its operating systems. Dave and I talk about the major new features in iOS, macOS and watchOS, as well as the newly introduced M2 computers. Follow this podcast Brought to you by: LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music ads and WWDC

Apple Music recently started placing 40 second ads in its genre based radio stations, as well as in some of its playlists. Apple promotes the service as being ad-free, which it clearly no longer is. Dave and I also talk about next week’s WWDC and some of the things we think you will see at the event. Follow this podcast Show Notes: The...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: USB-C iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple Music

This week Dave and I talk about the rumors of Apple bringing out a USB-C iPhone in 2023. We also talk about what a smaller Apple TV would like and what problems other companies have with those smaller TV streaming devices. This week Apple Music announced it will start streaming concerts for its subscribers. This seems like a perfect move for Apple and...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: iPod Touch, AirPods, and FIDO

Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch. Dave and I talk about the history of the iPod and why it makes sense to call it quits on the product. We also talk about AirPods Pro and Max this week. Both devices are rumored to be updated this year, but what does that mean and what would the right price be for the products. Apple, Google, and Microsoft...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Phantom AirTag, Apple results, and headphones

Apple reported its fiscal second quarter results this week. Dave and I talk about the money and how each product category did once all the numbers were in. We also talk about Sony’s new headphones and the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Apple’s AirTags are in the news again this week, but this time it’s a phantom AirTag that has a family, and the police,...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: iPhone, self repair, and AirDrop ads

It’s no surprise that iPhone 14 rumors are already making the rounds, so Dave and I talk about some of the more interesting ones that have come out. Apple’s self service repair program is now available. Dave and I have very different views on the program as we discuss in the show. Imagine walking into an Apple Store and getting an AirDrop ad on your...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Netflix, Final Cut Pro, Click to Cancel

Netflix seems to be in a bit of trouble if its recent earnings are any indication. Dave and I discuss what we think could be the cause of the company’s drop in subscribers. We also talk about the frustration among professional Final Cut Pro users, and a new piece of legislation in Pennsylvania that would force companies to allow users to cancel a subscription...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Crime, Twitter, and Google apps

There were a few technology related crime stories that Dave and I found interesting this week, including a driverless car that was stopped by the police. We also found out how the MLB and Apple are handling baseball games on Apple TV and Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter. Follow this podcast Brought to you by: New Relic: That next nine p.m. call...

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