The Dalrymple Report: Mobile keyboards, Halftime Show, and Apple Watch Ultra

first came out—oh, how things have changed. Apple Music is now the official sponsor of the Super Bowl Halftime Show, stealing away the honor from Pepsi. Dave has put together some interesting facts about the Apple Watch Ultra that we talk about this week.

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The Dalrymple Report: Growing inches, Apple Watch Ultra, banishing people

Some people are growing taller—not naturally, they are having surgery to do it, which sounds awful! Dave and I also talk about Apple Watch Ultra after some of the reviews dropped this week. We also look at what the cost could be in you have to call search and rescue on your new iPhone. Did you know there is a feature in the Photos app that allows you to limit how many times a person is seen? Perfect if you have an ex and they keep popping up in your memories.

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The Dalrymple Report: iPhone 14, Apple Watch, and fake AirPods

This week Dave and I talk about the iPhone 14 and some of the new ways it’s connected to the Apple Watch. We look at a couple of new commercials and how innovative companies are trying to become to capture our attention. I also reveal my favorite Apple commercial of all time. Dave and I discuss sharing Wi-Fi passwords and Apple’s iOS 16 feature list.

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The Dalrymple Report: Deep Purple

Apple held its annual event this week at its Cupertino, Calif. headquarters. There were a lot of products announced, including new Apple Watches, new iPhones and new AirPods Pro. Dave and I take some time to talk about all of the products, and colors, of everything the company announced.

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The Dalrymple Report: Far Out, pickleball, Original iPhone

Pickleball is on the show for the very first time as Dave recounts a funny story from the weekend. We also look at what some of the rumors are for Apple’s upcoming event, and what “Far Out” could possibly mean. An original unopened iPhone sold at auction this week—how much would you pay for it? This week Dave digs into a couple of reader emails as we return to Columbia House. This and a lot more on this week’s episode.

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The Dalrymple Report: Apple event, pictures, Siri and timers

Apple will hold it’s anual event on September 7 in Cupertino, the company announced. There is little doubt we will see a new iPhone at the event, but we could see a few other products too. Regardless of what else is announced, Appple will want to the focus on iPhone. What happens when you take pictures of your naked toddler for your doctor and those pictures get uploaded to the cloud. One unfortunate father found out. Dave and I are back talking about how useless Siri is, this time with setting timers—now it can’t even do that reliably.

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The Dalrymple Report: Facebook will steal your socks

What is the most popular social media platform and how much should we trust them? That’s one of the topics on this week’s podcast. We also talk about Daring Fireball’s anniversary and Apple showing ads on its iCloud platform even though you may pay for it. Dave and I also play the Notable People game, which almost derailed the podcast entirely.

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The Dalrymple Report: Messages, Google, and Passkeys

Google is whining again about the green bubbles in Apple’s Messages and the fact that the two systems don’t work well together. Google wants Apple to give up its superior system and adopt a less secure system. Thanks to a listener of last week’s show we have some more information about Passkeys and what it will mean for users going forward.

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The Dalrymple Report: Danny DeVito, iOS, and Passkeys

Siri had a strange quirk this week that Dave found (of course, Dave found it) involving Danny DeVito. There are a few UI changes in iOS that have been discovered—Dave and I talk about one in particular in the music player. Adam Engst wrote an intereesting article about finding a mobile power source for his Mac, and Dave and I discuss Passkeys replacing passwords.

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The Dalrymple Report: Crap reviews, new Apple products, iOS 16

This week on the show, Dave and I look at some of the new features of iOS, including some found in Messages. We also look at Mark Gurman’s list of new Apple products he expects to be released, and some new features released in Google Maps. Oh, and CompuServe.

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The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music, M1 vs M2, and Arcade

Rene Ritchie has moved on from his YouTube channel to take a job with Google. Apple Music Sessions kicked off in Nashville with some country artists leading the way in the services new feature. Dave and I talk about some controversy with the M1 and M2 Macs, and Apple Arcade is getting rid of some of the first companies to offer games for the service.

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The Dalrymple Report: Emmy Awards, NFL, Apple Watch Pro

Apple announced that its showed have been nominated for 52 Emmy Awards with Ted Lasso leading the way. One of its new shows, Severance, also had a good showing with 14 nominations. Apple is rumored to be in the lead to take over broadcasting rights for the NFL and could also be looking at the UEFA Champions League in Europe. There are new rumors of an Apple Watch Pro—Dave and I take a look at that and what it could mean for users.

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The Dalrymple Report: Heart rate, MacBook Air M2, Lockdown Mode

Dave had a bit of a scare this week when his Apple Watch alerted him to a low heart rate. We talk a bit about that and the Apple Watch. Apple’s newly introduced MacBook Air M2 is available to order on Friday, and Apple released new betas of its operating systems. One of the new features is called Lockdown Mode which allows users that need it to further secure their iPhones.

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The Dalrymple Report: iPhone, TikTok, Siri, and HomePod

Happy Birthday iPhone! Dave and I talk about iPhone’s birthday as well as some rumors of upcoming products, including a new HomePod that sounds more like the orginal than the mini. We also talk about the Commissioner of the FCC calling on Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their App Stores, and how you can interact with Maps using Siri.

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The Dalrymple Report: Siri vs. Alexa, Lock Screen, and iCloud

I finally got so fed up with Siri that I bought an Echo to use in my kitchen—but I only use it when Siri and the HomePod fails. Dave and I talk about how often that is on this week’s show. Dave tells us more about the iOS 16 lock screen and some other new features he enjoys, like the ability to bypass CAPTCHAs. macOS Ventura’s enhanced search, Samsung caught cheating, and using iCloud+ are all in this week’s episode.

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The Dalrymple Report: Favorite features of Apple’s OS betas

This week, Dave and I talk about some of our favorite new features of the OS betas Apple released at WWDC. There are some really good features that make each OS easier and fundamentally better for the user.

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The Dalrymple Report: iOS 16, macOS, and watchOS

Apple held WWDC this week and to kick things off the company introduced new versions of its operating systems. Dave and I talk about the major new features in iOS, macOS and watchOS, as well as the newly introduced M2 computers.

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The Dalrymple Report: Apple Music ads and WWDC

Apple Music recently started placing 40 second ads in its genre based radio stations, as well as in some of its playlists. Apple promotes the service as being ad-free, which it clearly no longer is. Dave and I also talk about next week’s WWDC and some of the things we think you will see at the event.

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The Dalrymple Report: USB-C iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple Music

This week Dave and I talk about the rumors of Apple bringing out a USB-C iPhone in 2023. We also talk about what a smaller Apple TV would like and what problems other companies have with those smaller TV streaming devices. This week Apple Music announced it will start streaming concerts for its subscribers. This seems like a perfect move for Apple and the artists.

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The Dalrymple Report: iPod Touch, AirPods, and FIDO

Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch. Dave and I talk about the history of the iPod and why it makes sense to call it quits on the product. We also talk about AirPods Pro and Max this week. Both devices are rumored to be updated this year, but what does that mean and what would the right price be for the products. Apple, Google, and Microsoft have all committed to support for FIDO—Dave tells us what that is and why it’s important.

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The Dalrymple Report: Phantom AirTag, Apple results, and headphones

Apple reported its fiscal second quarter results this week. Dave and I talk about the money and how each product category did once all the numbers were in. We also talk about Sony’s new headphones and the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Apple’s AirTags are in the news again this week, but this time it’s a phantom AirTag that has a family, and the police, baffled.

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The Dalrymple Report: iPhone, self repair, and AirDrop ads

It’s no surprise that iPhone 14 rumors are already making the rounds, so Dave and I talk about some of the more interesting ones that have come out. Apple’s self service repair program is now available. Dave and I have very different views on the program as we discuss in the show. Imagine walking into an Apple Store and getting an AirDrop ad on your iPhone from a third-party company—that’s what happened to some people this week.

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The Dalrymple Report: Netflix, Final Cut Pro, Click to Cancel

Netflix seems to be in a bit of trouble if its recent earnings are any indication. Dave and I discuss what we think could be the cause of the company’s drop in subscribers. We also talk about the frustration among professional Final Cut Pro users, and a new piece of legislation in Pennsylvania that would force companies to allow users to cancel a subscription online, instead of forcing them to make a phone call.

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The Dalrymple Report: Crime, Twitter, and Google apps

There were a few technology related crime stories that Dave and I found interesting this week, including a driverless car that was stopped by the police. We also found out how the MLB and Apple are handling baseball games on Apple TV and Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter.

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The Dalrymple Report: WWDC, Elon, and Beer Day

It’s National Beer Day, a good reason to pop one open with friends! This week Dave and I talk about WWDC and what you should expect from the show, and what you shouldn’t. Elon Musk now owns 9 percent of Twitter, and Apple is airing its first MLB games on Friday night.

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The Dalrymple Report: Copy/Paste Magic, CODA wins

Dave brings a little bit of magic to the show as he tells of a way to copy and paste photos from one device to another that seems like magic. We also talk about CODA’s historic win at the Oscars, and Apple is a couple of weeks away from airing its first MLB games.

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The Dalrymple Report: CODA, Apple branding, and Wi-Fi

The Oscars are this weekend and CODA is up for Best Picture. Dave, and everyone else I’ve talked to, loves this movie—there seems to be a real chance it will win. We talk about how Apple is branding its products, especially the new Mac Studio and display. We also discuss whether Apple should bring back the AirPort line of networking products and if they can innovate that market again.

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The Dalrymple Report: Mac Studio, Universal Control, and Netflix

Dave is back from vacation, so we take some time to look at Mac Studio and give our thoughts on Apple’s new machine. There is at least one pro industry that lags behind in software updates that may affect people’s buying decision of Mac Studio. We also talk about Dave’s obsession with Universal Control and how you can use it. Netflix is going to cut down on account sharing with people not in the same household—Dave and I give our thoughts on that situation.

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The Dalrymple Report: With special guest Rene Ritchie

Rene Ritchie joins me this week to talk about the event Apple held this week. We dive into all of the product announcements and the importance of each one for the company and the consumer.

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The Dalrymple Report: Retirement and the Apple Event

My first week of retirement is almost over, so Dave and I talk about what it’s been like to not be worried about The Loop for the first time. We also talk about Apple’s upcoming event and the possible product announcements. iPads, iPhone, and Macs are all on the list as possibilities.

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