Justin has a problem. He is “Android curious”. He is intrigued by all the interesting features Android has to offer, but loves the stability and quality of his iPhone. Sure, he jailbreaks, but still longs for more customization. It doesn’t help that he is entrenched in the Google ecosystem. Can Harry convince him to stay, or will Chaim, the once-and-former iPhone user convince him it’s time to make the leap?
“Why I switched from iPhone to Android” | Macworld
“An iPhone fan’s month with Windows Phone: Week one” | Macworld
“2012, The Year I Basically Stopped Using Apple’s iOS Apps” | AllThingsD
“New Google Voice Search, Siri are closely matched (hands-on)” | CNet
“An iPad Lover’s Take On The Nexus 7” | TechCrunch
“Steve Wozniak Says Apple is Falling Behind, Thanks to Android” | Android Headlines
“Project Amy merges Apple’s Messages app with App.net” | Ars Technica
On episode 60 of inThirty we investigate the disappearance of hundreds of iPhone 5 users – apparently the new Apple Maps app is to blame for sending them off course. With the help of special guest Stephen Hackett of 512Pixels.net, we dig into the new Maps in iOS 6 and figure out that while its Flyover feature can make you feel like Super Man, it leaves a lot of users longing for Google’s more down to earth Street View. Chaim and Harry take turns giving their take on turn by turn directions and Chaim reveals that he’s always on time since he uses Google Now on his Galaxy Nexus, and Harry says who needs transit directions in Maps on iOS 6, he’s memorized the rail schedules anyway. Our thanks to Stephen for lending some southern comfort to the debate.
Episode 60 Hangout: http://youtu.be/J7D-KSmKbsI
Stephen Hackett of 512pixels.net
“On the Timing of Apple’s Map Switch” | Daring Fireball
“Maps On the Rocks” | Curious Rat
“Apple Maps: Damned If You Do, Googled If You Don’t” | Monday Note
“How to Report Problems in iOS 6 Maps | Macworld
The Amazing iOS 6 Maps