iMore show 344: Not live from New York

Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry and Daniel Rubino of Windows Phone Central talk to Rene Ritchie of iMore about dumb smartphone polls, the Facebook not-a-phone, iOS 7 and iPhone 5s rumors, and what we're up to in New York City...

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You can reach all of us on Twitter @iMore, or you can email us at podcast@imore.com or just leave us a comment below.

For all our podcasts -- audio and video -- including the iMore show, ZEN and TECH, Iterate, Debug, Ad hoc, and more, see MobileNations.com/shows

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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dannyd86 says:

lost the video 2 times? lol Id go mental. Like if a video game doesn't auto save properly, I did a scene in Halo 4 a few times and its collected dust ever since.

Looking forward to what kind of cross platform debate you guys come up with. We've reached a point where all phones are excellent. Like comparing Mercedes and BMW, or Ferrari and Lamborghini. There are differences, and areas for improvement that the manufacturers can be working on. 600$ for a pocket device that I spend once a year. Lets make them work for that money.

asuperstarr says:

This was quick and to the point. Sorry to hear you had to record three times. I guess practice makes perfect.

SockRolid says:

So will there be a Facebook Home division within Mobile Nations soon?
How about calling it "Facebook Homeboys," or "Facebook Homeland"?
I think it could be a smash hit.

(j/k.)

kch50428 says:

That's what Android Central is for... :)

shinuyuki says:

"Ive's work is apparently making many people really happy, but will also apparently make rich-texture-loving designers sad." - Would you mind explaining what they could possibly do that would make rich-texture loving designers sad, very curious. The only thing comes to mind would be the texture of when you open up a folder in iOS? Any thoughts as to what they could be doing?