Special guest Rosemary Orchard joins the show to talk about her new book, *[Take Control of Shortcuts](https://www.takecontrolbooks.com/shortcuts/)*, and the state of automation on iOS and MacOS.
Daniel Jalkut returns to the show. Topics include a serious discussion about CSAM detection at major cloud storage providers and messaging services. Also, a deep dive regarding the new iOS-UI-style rewrite of System Settings on the still-in-beta MacOS 13 Ventura, and thoughts on SwiftUI in general.
Very special guest John Moltz returns to the show to talk about Center Stage, Stage Manager, and all the other stages.
Special guest Michael Steeber joins the show to discuss his new project, The Apple Store Time Machine — an intricately-detailed explorable walkthrough of four of Apple’s original retail stores.
Marco Arment returns to the show to talk about the new M2 MacBook Air and stuff.
Rene Ritchie returns to the show for more on Apple’s announcements from WWDC 2022, locking devices out of Face ID and Touch ID, passkeys, and more.
Jason Snell returns to the show to discuss the biggest threads from WWDC 2022 — in particular, Stage Manager and the M2 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook “Pro”. No sports talk (unless you count soccer).
Special guests Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak join me to discuss the news from WWDC 2022, in front of a live audience at the new Apple Developer Center at Apple Park.
Very special guest: John Moltz. Very special topics: flat Apple Watches, USB-C iPhones, and more.
Special guest Tripp Mickle joins the show to talk about his new book, *After Steve*, reporting on the last decade at Apple.
Zach Gage joins the show to talk about game design and creativity, including his new game Knotwords.
Michael Simmons returns to the show to talk about the Studio Display's camera (and this week's beta firmware update to tweak its quality), how things have gone two years into Flexibits' move to subscription pricing for Fantastical and Cardhop, and Panic's now-shipping Playdate.
Glenn Fleishman returns to the show to talk about Elon Musk’s impending acquisition of Twitter, Apple’s credibility problem when arguing against being required to allow sideloading on iOS, and Glenn’s new (and much-needed) book, “Take Control of Untangling Connections”.
Paul Kafasis returns to the show to talk about Friday Night Baseball, Rogue Amoeba’s new Audio Hijack 4 release, and a bit of speculation on WWDC.
Matthew Panzarino returns to the show to talk about Apple's new Mac Studio and Studio Display.
Special guest Casey Liss joins the show to talk about Apple's new Studio Display and what makes a good martini.
Special guests Tom Watson and Daniel Agee join the show to talk about Glass, their upstart photo sharing app and community.
Special guest Ken Kocienda joins the show to talk about his years at Apple and the creation of the original iPhone.
Rene Ritchie returns to the show to talk about unwanted AirTag tracking, and what we expect from Apple’s rumored March product event.
Jason Snell returns to the show to dissect the Six Colors 2021 Apple Report Card. Also: the care and feeding of mechanical keyboards.
Special guest: John Moltz. Special topics: Apple’s record-breaking but somehow yawn-inducing quarterly results, new features in the upcoming releases of MacOS 12.3 and iOS 15.4, the Neil Young–Joe Rogan Spotify saga, and more.
Guy English returns to the show to talk about video games, the cold, the *Heat*, and the state of streaming video services.
Dieter Bohn joins the show to talk about his excellent new documentary, *Springboard: The Secret History of the First Real Smartphone* — a history of Handspring and the creators of the original PalmPilot.