MacBreak Weekly 312: Taming of the Screw

Leo Laporte and Andy Ihnatko were gracious enough to invite me back on to MacBreak Weekly today to talk Swedish blog screw job to Mac blogs, iPhone rumors, Apple versus Samsung, and more.

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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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MacBreak Weekly 312: Taming of the Screw


+1 Andy's been hanging out with Leo too long and has picked up some anti-Apple bias. I'm still interested in what he thinks, but he now comes up with some annoying ideas a little too frequently. The worst in this particular podcast was his quick & total defense of Samsung, while castigating Apple for uncompetitive behavior. What a crock!

I know you were being diplomatic, Rene, but I wish you would've made your case against Samsung a little more forcefully. Leo, of course, didn't want to dwell on your editorial. But I think he would've enjoyed a little lively debate between you and Andy. Conflict has great entertainment value.

I know you guys probably don't have TWiT's budget, but they really do have a great production process. And of course Leo is very good as host and commentator. There's a lot to learn from those folks. iMore is doing a great job, but I'm sure you guys are trying to improve. Thanks for all the hard work!

I disagree. It is great to hear a podcast from guys who love Apple products but are willing to see the flaws in Apple and the good in other companies. Half my paycheck goes to Apple, so I'm a convert, but that doesn't mean they do no wrong and I think it is healthy to address that.

I've heard you now on Macbreak and Tech News Today and think you have a lot to add to the conversations and I always enjoy your thoughtful and in depth analysis articles. Even when I disagree with conclusions, I respect the thought that goes in to reaching them.