Podcast interviews Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, discusses bringing AirPlay 2 to Airport Exp...

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This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and Neil Hughes discuss Apple Pay at concerts, AirPlay 2 on Airport Express, and where on earth is AirPower. Victor is joined by Wes Borland, guitarist for Limp Bizkit, who talks about music, his studio, and where he stands on Apple upgrades.

Wes Borland in the bank vault we recorded in - photo by Jeffrey Delannoy
Wes Borland in the bank vault we recorded in - photo by Jeffrey Delannoy


AppleInsider editors Victor Marks and Neil Hughes discuss:

  • AirPower is rumored to come in September, almost a year after it was first announced. Neil and Victor talk about how it took so long.
  • Apple is rolling out the 2nd betas for iOS 12, tvOS, macOS, and watchOS. Neil and Victor talk about watchOS and whether it's risky to try these betas.
  • AirPlay 2 might be an upgrade for Airport Express. Neil talks about the weird clues that are beginning to fall into place about it.
  • Neil went to a concert that had Apple Pay fast lanes, with staff to get people set up on Apple Pay.
  • Victor interviewed Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, inside an old bank vault underground, learning what he's been up to artistically, and how Apple has played a part in his music. One of the notable concepts - the computer is like an instrument
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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 5
    mavemufcmavemufc Posts: 326member
    Been a regular listener for over a year and I do agree with the guys who were leaving iTunes reviews saying they’re not too keen on the interviews on the podcast, however, keep up the good work, also great to hear Neil again.
  • Reply 2 of 5
    vmarksvmarks Posts: 592editor
    I hear you. I appreciate you joining us all this time, and being a part of it. 

    And I appreciate those guys who took the time to leave those comments - they're listening and I'm glad for it. 

    The interviews happen because they interest me. I know that seems self-centered, but I hope if you're listening that we share interests in common. How does a professional musician use their Mac Pro? What are the things they're experiencing, and what are their habits like? How does industrial design affect product development? What's it like having a person responsible for a product (app or hardware, like Dierdre Leid of Pioneer) come on and talk about the product, answering questions directly for us? Or how about Richard Moss come on and talk about the history of gaming on the Mac, which plays a huge role in the history of gaming on the computer. 

    I think these things were big moments, and sharing them was important to me, because I thought it would be interesting to so many of our listeners. 

    I hope to have Neil back again soon.
    mavemufc
  • Reply 3 of 5
    SpamSandwichSpamSandwich Posts: 29,906member
    It’s a great idea to have interview guests and to get their opinions on Apple hardware or software and how they use them in their profession.
  • Reply 4 of 5
    Mike WuertheleMike Wuerthele Posts: 3,323administrator
    It’s a great idea to have interview guests and to get their opinions on Apple hardware or software and how they use them in their profession.
    We think so too, and the majority of the feedback we're getting on them says so as well.
    SpamSandwich
  • Reply 5 of 5
    I love it when Victor makes Neil giggle! :)
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