I know a thing or two about payments, and Apple Pay is very impressive tech. Much like AirPods, Apple Pay is a simple idea executed incredibly well. I did my best to sum up why you should se this up on your iPhone today.
I discuss this argument that some people make about Apple being in a lot of trouble because their high-end hardware will cease to be an important differentiator in the near future as low-cost smartphones start to take off. If hardware is commoditized, then what is Apple to do? It's an argument we've seen for the entirety of Apple's existence, and I see no reason to think this is any more true today than it was before.
Brief discussion on how I make the time to create all the content for BirchTree, and why there is no magic bullet for creating great content online.
I upgraded my Mogot G4 to Android Nougat this week and have playing with the new things that the latest version of Android offers. My opinion is basically unchanged about Android, as this seems to be a nice, if unexciting release from Google.
I'm happy to be joined by Keenan Schneider for this extra long episode of the show. We talk AirPods, AirPods, and why we love AirPods. It was a lot of fun!
I don't think there's any good reason why Apple couldn't make a very capable version of Final Cut Pro X for the iPad Pro, and I think it could help with Apple's image of the iPad as a true desktop replacement.
My first impressions after a day with AirPods.
I've gotten to the part of Final Fantasy 15 that every reviewer said is where the game goes off the rails, and boy where they right. This is a prime example of bad game design and I just had to talk about it for a little bit. Still a great game overall, but this is a rough way to end things.
I'm planting my flag in the sand for iOS and Android taking over more and more of the PC marketplace, until we're all saying "why did I need a PC again?"
In which I remind everyone who think's I'm somehow and iOS fanboy that I am using Android as my daily driver and really like some parts of Android.