Guy and Rene talk to the Iconfactory's Craig Hockenberry and Sean Heber about Twitterrific 5, the early days of the iPhone, Chameleon, beefs with nibs, underscores, colons, and ternary operators, App Store realities, and the importance of blame avoidance optimization.
Kevin, Phil, Daniel, and Rene talk about CES 2013, what they expect to see, and whether it's still relevant, then fight about ActiveSync, RIM vs. Microsoft, and what they want to see from Apple, Google, and everyone going forward!
Apologies for the video quality, we experienced severe technical problems during the recording of the show, and while we're providing it for those who really want it, we recommend sticking to audio for this episode.
I had the pleasure of joining Myke Hurley on his CMD + Space podcast today to chat about Apple, podcasting, and blogging. If you're interested in some of what goes on behind the scenes in our industry, give it a listen.
Marc, Seth, and Rene talk to Louie Mantia, Brad Ellis, and Jessie Char of Pacific Helm about their backgrounds, their toolsets, how they manage projects, and designing Checkers and The Magazine. It's the funnest episode of Iterate ever!
We do a lot of podcasts, both at iMore and at the Mobile Nations network in general. Any given week, we're putting out 5 or more hours of audio and video. Multiply that by the course of year, add in some trade show coverage, cross-overs, and appearances on other networks, and you get the idea. In 2012 we took it up yet another notch. We added more shows, stretched a little beyond mobile, and ramped up a lot of our production efforts. To see which ones you liked the most, we once again turned to analytics and counted all the plays.
Rene and Georgia talk Apple in 2013, and preview everything from iWatches to iTVs, bigger screened iPhones to thinner iPads, Retina iPad minis to Retina Macs, and iOS 7 to Apple online services. This is the iMore show!
Guy and Rene talk to Dave Teare, co-founder of Agile Bits and co-developer of 1Password for Mac, iOS, and pretty damn near everywhere else, about project management, killing features, customer support, the challenges of going cross-platform, and the motivational value of coding Java for HP.