Driven by Bells and Whistles Like Dogs

Episode #28 October. 16, 2015 1h 7m 6s Download
In this episode: Joseph Darnell, Joshua Peiffer, and Bryan Brush
Joe, Bryan and Joshua discuss Apple’s new “Magical” accessories, their problems upgrading iPhones, and tuning older iOS devices.

Highlights and Show Notes

This week on the podcast, Joshua and Joe are joined by special guest Bryan M. Brush to discuss’s new podcast app, the refresh of iMacs and “Magical” accessories, and the series of unfortunate events that Joe experienced upgrading to an iPhone 6s. For the main topic in discussion after side items, the guys share tried-and-true ways to tune older iOS devices that are slowing you down.

Show Notes & Links

Bryan’s website

Episode 10.4: Silly Kids, Radio Already Exists — Bryan’s first appearance

Relay FM Launches iOS App To Discover New Podcast Shows

Apple’s refreshed iMacs — What’s most noteworthy to Joe is the added display color detail.

iMac with 4K Retina display review: A high-resolution desktop Mac for the masses (Jason Snell’s review at Macworld)

New Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2: “Redesigned. Rechargeable. Remarkable.”

20 Minutes with the New Apple Magic Keyboard: First impressions from David Sparks

TouchPad by MartianCraft: Transform your iPhone or iPad into a remote control for your computer

Another (outdated) RC Trackpad: Secure Mouse, Touchpad, Keyboard & Remote

Medium (Backchannel): The Story of Apple’s New iMacs

Men, Don’t Fear the Rose-Gold iPhone (Wall Street Journal)

Joe first impressions: iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus Comparison

Back up your Apple Watch: Learn how your iPhone backs up and stores your Apple Watch data.

iMore: How to clear Safari website data on your iPhone or iPad

MacStories: The Background Data and Battery Usage of Facebook’s iOS App

Paper, Facebook’s beautifully designed app (not speaking to the experience of Facebook itself)

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