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WWDC 2023

Better late than never, our epic #WWDC2023 episode is ready for your listening pleasure. James and Jae are joined by friend of the show, Alex Lowe, to discuss the key points from Apple's latest event.
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Show Notes

First of all, sincere apologies for the delay in getting this episode out to you all. Editing a nearly four hour recording session down really is somewhat of a mission, especially with a full-time job and live streaming in the mix. Fear not, though, we’ll be back to our weekly episodes from now on, with new episodes every Monday morning (UK time) to cure those Monday blues!

It wouldn’t be a big Apple event without gathering in a SquadCast session to dissect all of announcements and give our take on what’s coming up in the next major software releases, as well as looking at the latest hardware, especially the Vision Pro. We’re delighted, as always, to be joined by Alex Lowe and the occasional contribution from our live-stream chat!

What was your opinion on what Apple showed off this year? Whatever your thoughts, we’d love to hear from you, so please send us a note to [email protected], or why not come join the discussion on our Discord server.

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Chapter Times

  1. 00:00:04: Introductions
  2. 00:03:28: Keynote Delivery
  3. 00:06:21: 15 Years of the iOS App Store
  4. 00:07:23:  Vision Pro
  5. 01:00:32: AFFILIATE: Grinding Coffee          
  6. 01:02:12: Mac Hardware
  7. 01:02:58: 15” MacBook Air
  8. 01:10:10: M2 Max / Ultra Mac Studio
  9. 01:14:10: Mac Pro
  10. 01:30:37: iOS / iPadOS 17
  11. 02:35:51: macOS Sonoma
  12. 02:49:24: Audio & Home
  13. 02:56:51: tvOS 17
  14. 03:04:40: Gaming on the Mac
  15. 03:09:15: Presenter Mode
  16. 03:11:34: watchOS 10
  17. 03:14:04: Health
  18. 03:18:15: A Beta PSA & Bacblaze Promo
  19. 03:21:20: Wrapping Up

Credits

Intro and outro theme: Ace of Clubs by RoccoW

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