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∞ The Dalrymple Report: Cold, MLS, AirPods Max, and HomePods

Texas got blasted with a four day ice storm this week, which left many, including me, housebound for days. Apple released details of its MLS season subscription this week. Dave and I talk about the value of the subscription and how it compares to other sports subscriptions on the market. AirPods Max shipping dates have slipped recently—does this mean...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple TV+ ad, HomePod, and Apple Headset

Apple recently released a new ad with actor Timothée Chalamet promoting Apple TV+ shows and movies. It is one of the best ads I’ve seen from Apple in a long time because it gives you a look at all of the great content Apple has, but it’s also funny and engaging. That’s a hard thing to do in an advertisement. Dave and I also talk about new rumors for...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and HomePod

It was a big week for Apple as the company announced several new products including MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and a HomePod. The Macs are all running Apple’s new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which were also announced this week. If you bought a Mac Pro three years for $52,000, what do you think it would be worth today? You may be surprised with the answer....

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Parking, Mac touch screens, and spam

This week Dave and I talk about a new feature Apple added to its Map app to help users find parking easily near their destination. We also look at rumors the company is going to add touchscreens to it’s Mac lineup and what that will mean. We also talk about a problem we all deal with—Spam. What do you do when you get bombarded with calls and texts every...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: AirTags, AI Audio, and the cloud

AirTags once again saved someone’s luggage from disappearing as a woman tracked her bag traveling around town for a couple of days before making a discovery that is troubling to say the least. Apple unvelied a new AI audio book narrator, which on the surface sounds like a great idea, however, there is an entire industry dedicated to the spoken word—what...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Traveling, Chess boxing, and smart plugs

I stayed home over the holidays, but Dave decided to take a trip during the travel meltdown. He tells us bout his experience and how everything went. Dave also found a new sport called Chess Boxing—apparently this goes a lot further back than either of us thought. I’ve never had a smart plug before, but Dave got one and he’s trying to figure out the...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple Search, NFL, and foldable phones

Apple is rumored to be working on a search engine to rival Google. While competition is good, it seems like a steep hill for Apple to climb because its search isn’t exactly very good. Apple was bidding for the NFL Sunday Ticket, but pulled out of the bidding at the last minute, which saw the NFL package go to rival YouTube. Have you ever thought about...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music Sing fun, iOS 16.2, and App Stores

Dave and I both started using Apple Music this week and had some things we liked and didn’t like about the new feature. We also looked at some of the new features in iOS 16.2, the latest version of Apple’s iPhone operating system. Because of new laws in the EU, Apple may have to start allowing apps to be downloaded outside of the App Store. Is this...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music Sing, encryption, App Store pricing

It’s been a busy week for Apple as the company made three announcements for its customers and developers. The first is Apple Music Sing, which gives users the ability to lower the vocals on a song in Apple Music so you can sing along with it. The company also made some encryption announcements for users of its software and iCloud services to further...

∞ The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music Replay, Siri and Apple Watch bands

This week Dave and I talk about the new Apple Music Replay experience the company put together. Apple has always given users a list of their favorite songs, but this year they went a lot further showing you the bands, playlists, and stations you listened to. Dave picked up some Apple Watch bands that he says are just as good as Apple’s own bands, but...

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