AppleInsider podcast talks 10 years of iPhone, CES, and more

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in General Discussion edited January 13
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor talk about 10 years of iPhone, all the HomeKit things introduced at CES, and what's going on with Apple and transportation.




AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes and Victor Marks talk tabout:
  • Remembering our first iPhones, what came before them
  • Tony Fadell and the original iPhone development paths
  • Peter Thiel predicts the 'end of Apple'
  • Voice first: Adobe and iPad concept for photo editing by voice
  • All the HomeKit products that announced at CES
  • A discussion of voice-first and voice-only products, and what Apple might do to address them
  • LG 5K display review
  • Transportation: Apple SVP Lisa Jackson joins a US DOT automated vehicle committee
  • Transportation: Apple mechanical engineer who designed MacBook Air encloser joins Tesla
  • Transportation: Apple Swift architect Chris Lattner joins Tesla as VP of autopilot software
  • Health news: One Drop blood glucosimeter works with HealthKit, CareKit, now on Apple online store
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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 2
    I hope Apple doesn't discontinue the iPad mini. It isn't about cost, but form factor. While I prefer the 'normal' size, a LOT of people like the mini. It's perfect for my son, and my wife uses her's to replace a Kindle plus much more (but wouldn't be happy with bigger).
  • Reply 2 of 2
    steve jobs said he announced the iphone in january (6 mths early) so the iphone wouldn't leak from FCC filings. it had nothing to do with supply chain concerns.
    edited January 18 cgWerks
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