iPhone live podcast #105: Special delivery

iOS 4 release, iPhone 4 hits the streets, features we like most, bugs with both, apps that have been updated and iPhone 3G... belated. Listen in!

...because we're done. Week over. That's it. That's all. We need some sleep!

(Feel free to chat away while we're unconscious though, pick any topic above or just talk the night away. We'll be zzzzzzz--)


Thanks to the TiPb iPhone accessory store for sponsoring the podcast, and to everyone who showed up for the live chat!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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iPhone live podcast #105: Special delivery


I listen to this and I didn't know there was more then one internet. Chad say's internets. And I never realize this site wasn't from the good old US of A. Plus Ritchie whines about the USA taking all of the iPhone 4's up. Well Apple is in the good old US of A!!

Great podcast as always, guys/gals, but a suggestion if I may: would it be possible to cut out the technical difficulties? I understand that web-casting is inherently unpredictable, but some simple audio clipping does wonders for those of us that want to listen to the podcast but don't necessarily have time/want to listen to the technical difficulties.

Did someone hack this podcast? I downloaded it from iTunes and in the middle of the conversation about the iPhone 4s RAM, it sounded like someone cut in said "Droid X" and the conversation about the iPhone 4 continued. It was weird.

Dear Apple,
As a consistent an avid consumer of your product,  a fan since Steve and co. 
started in the garage, I feel I have every right to ask this! As a pro musician and advocate of the mobile
revolution, on the fly workflow is so
important to us musicians, songwriters
We kindly ask that Apple put a team of developers on Logic and or Garage
band, for iOS 4, it would be huge, and
we'd be willing to pay respectable prices for these tools, that would make
our life easier as we are constantly
traveling and the state of mobile computing has arrived, so get with it
the shareholder don't keep you in bizness, we do! We need tools as well as devices that tie us to the iTunes 
store, which we love, but need to feed,
let's not forget what made Apple great
in the 1st place.
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