We brought back the guys from Pocketcasts (the best podcast app out there) to discuss the differences between WWDC and Google I/O. After that, we talked about running developer betas and the problems that are associated with it. We always like having the Pocketcasts guys on.
In what was a train-wreck of a show, Drew Pritchford joins us in discussing what we think we will see next week at Apple’s WWDC. We discuss, the normal rumors, such as why Apple bought Beats. Then we switch gears and talk about some real out there rumors like the smart home, and iwatch. We try to figure out if actual products will be announced or is this a software year.
Chaim had to interrupt his Passover Sedar to sign up for Google I/O. Why would he do that when he could just have waited until later that night? Well in a weird series of events, Chaim was trying to beat the algorithm and get ahead of others on the I/O lottery.
This topic came from a recent episode of ATP.fm where Marco, John, and Casey explain the best ways for doing this. There show is two hours, ours is thirty minutes. While they are all smarter than us, we break it down in a “more fun way.”
We dive deep (well, as deep as three hosts can dive in 30 minutes) to discuss the aftermath of WWDC 2013. iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, the new Mac Pro and MacBook Airs are all on the table for dissection. Join us, won’t you?