We're doing the iMore show from New York City today. Ironically however, we're not doing it live. We will be recording it and posting it as soon as possible, but we don't have the usual live broadcast stuff with us, so it'll be live-to-tape.
I'll be joined by Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry and Daniel Rubino of Windows Phone Central, and given the way those guys have been going at each other lately, it should be a slobberknocker of a show.
Simon Sage, gaming editor for Mobile Nations, joins Rene to talk about PAX East and GDC 2013, the state of mobile gaming in general, iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone in specific, and the explosion of free-to-play titles. Also, Facebook's mobile event.
No iMore show tonight because I just got back from GDC, and it's easter, and we couldn't get it together. So we'll be recording tomorrow sometime. I'll let you know precisely when as soon as we figure out precisely when.
Dieter Bohn of The Verge talks to Rene about Apple's hiring of former Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch, how the iPhone stacks up in the newly competitive mobile market, Eric Schmidt's Google Now gaff, and what we'd like to see in a Jony Ive led iOS 7.
Come our usual time slot on Sunday, I'll be on a plane to San Francisco and the Game Developers Conference (GDC) so we're doing the iMore show early this week. And our very special guest will be Dieter Bohn of The Verge! We'll be talking about Apple's new hire, Kevin Lynch, the current competitive landscape, the idea of Google Now on iOS, and trying to read the Jony Ive tea leaves.
Brian Klug of AnandTech joins Rene to talk Apple TV chipsets, the limitations of battery life, camera optics and microns, high density displays and arc minutes, iOS vs. Android limitations, and much more. It's serious nerd talk, and our longest show ever! You've been warned!
The iMore show returns tonight with special guest Brian Klug of Anandtech, and we're going to discuss all the week's news. And science! Keep an eye on the time as well, because some of us shifted to daylight savings time, which means things could be shifted an hour in your part of the world. (Thankfully smartphones and tablets have clock apps for that, right?)
Jim Dalrymple from The Loop joins Rene to talk about stupid Apple headlines going mainstream, journalistic responsibility, responsive design, what's really challenging Apple, and vacationing down south in Montreal.
Rene and David Chartier talk about Google getting into premium hardware with Glass and Pixel, much as Apple has moved into services with iCloud. Also, the case for user-defined default apps, and wether multitasking matters on the iPad.