MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

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      episode 580: Schrödinger's Mac Mini


      Say goodbye to TouchID. Say hello to Augmented Reality. Say "You're still here?" to the Mac Mini. Face ID is secure, reliable, and non-racist. Apple almost bought a healthcare company. VirnetX wins again. Woz starts WozU. Apple's fix for KRACK is coming soon.
      • Andy's pick: BBEdit 12
      • Rene's picks: Phone View, Philz Coffee
      • Leo's pick: Tiny Hardware Firewall

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Rene Ritchie

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      episode 579: Shadenjunken


      You may have to wait until 2018 to get an iPhone X, Next iPad Pro may get Face ID, Bug fixes for High Sierra, Apple Watch LTE fixed. Spielberg will reboot Amazing Stories at Apple. Dow Jones: Google to buy Apple for $9 Billion.

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Rene Ritchie

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      episode 578: A Wider Scale of Anger


      iPhone 8 sales down due to iPhone X anticipation. iPhone X production down due to Romeo and Juliet. Samsung profits up due to iPhone X. Apple Music subscribers up to 30 million. US national security orders for Apple are way, way up.

      Rene's pick: Apple Watch Sport LoopAndy's picks: iPhone and iPad User Guide for iOSAlex's picks: Smartree SmaPole Extendable Tripod and Affinity Photo Leo's Pick: Tylt Vu Wireless Charger

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      episode 577: Princess Leia's Sectional


      macOS High Sierra is out, and one researcher has already found a big security flaw. Apple says goodbye to Bing and hello again to Google. iPhone 8 and Apple Watch 3 are in the public's hands. Apple Watch's "LTE bug" isn't a problem with LTE at all. Apple TV's 4K update has its share of issues.

      Andy's Pick: Debbie Reynolds' Apple IIJim's Pick: Judas by Fozzy (Bonus pick: Toto by Frogleap Studion)Tonya's Picks: RunningBuddy iPhone Pouch and Take Control of High SierraAlex's Pick: Ending...


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      episode 576: Throwing the Horns


      Leo Laporte is on vacation, but Rene Ritchie is back from Apple's iPhone event. Rene, Andy Ihnatko, and Alex Lindsay discuss every detail of last week's announcements.

      Andy's Pick: Amazon Digital Comics SaleAlex's Pick: Agisoft PhotoscanRene's Pick: LG C7P OLED 4K HDR TV

      Hosts: Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Rene Ritchie

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      episode 575: The New iPhones Are Here!


      We discuss the launch of Apple's new Series 3 Apple Watch, Apple TV 4K, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and iPhone X.

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Alex Lindsay

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      1h53m
       2017-09-13

      episode 574: Put the Rodent Down


      What will Apple show at their event next week? iPhone 8 expectations. A look inside the Steve Jobs Theater. Siri's new boss. Tim Cook pledges Harvey Relief and criticizes DACA decision. ARKit apps preview.

      Rene's Pick: BB-9E and R2-D2 by SpheroAndy's Pick: OneTab browser extension for Chrome/FirefoxLeo's pick: mFOODIE App

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Rene Ritchie

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       2017-09-06

      episode 573: A Savage Flick


      The Wall Street Journal confirms that Apple will unveil their next slate of iPhones on September 12th. The WSJ claims that the event will take place in the new Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, and also feature an LTE Apple Watch, 4K Apple TV, and HomePod details. Apple announces plans to build new data centers in Iowa as Tim Cook says that businesses have to pick up slack where "less functional" governments have faltered. Apple backs off self-driving car plans. Swift courses coming to...


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       2017-08-30

      episode 572: Reverse Polish Notation


      iPhone Rumors. SEP encryption hacked. Hidden Apple job listings. AirPods shipping faster. iMessage wins the messaging war. Disable Touch ID with "cop button." AccuWeather iPhone app sends user location even when turned off.

      Rene's Pick: Aukey CC-S1 CAr ChargerAndy's Pick: RPN-65 Simulator for iOSLeo's Pick: ThinkTank Retrospective 7 camera bag

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Rene Ritchie

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      1h47m
       2017-08-22

      episode 571: Cardboard Hats for Dung Beetles


      What will Apple's redesigned iPhone be named? Will it have Touch ID and facial recognition? And most importantly, will it come in Blush Gold? Scott Bourne is here to give us some computational photography tips. More signs point to an LTE Apple Watch. How hard will it be to get a HomePod for Christmas? Apple's huge growth in services? Turns out that's mostly from a $3B check from Google.

      Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Rene Ritchie

      Guest: Scott Bourne

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       2017-08-16