Ep. 1133: Where we put the Apple iPhone 5 on a pedestal Video
Senior Editor Scott Stein takes us on a tour of the iPhone 5 days before its debut.
Scott Stein reveals a secret augmented reality view for the Yelp app for the iPhone 3GS.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company's SVP of iPhone software, Scott Forstall, demos a new app, "Find My iPhone," that helps people find their phone if it gets lost--the software pinpoints on a map where the device is located. Users can also send an alert to the phone announcing it is lost.
Apple's latest Touch has a brand-new design, a new camera, and that same fancy four-inch Retina Display that's on the iPhone 5. Is it the best iPod Touch ever? Scott Stein looks at it compared to the iPhone 5, and iPods of the past.
Apple has completely changed the Maps app on iOS 6. What's in store? 3D flyovers, turn-by-turn navigation, and no more Google. Scott Stein takes a look on the iPhone 5.
Today we'll reveal the mystery of the Sony Playstation 4. With help from Scott Stein and Polygon's Russ Frushtick, we'll go over last night's announcement and the details we know...for now. Like what's a teraflop? Where's the box? Will it play Blu-rays? Find out on this episode.
It's Wilson's penultimate episode on The 404 Podcast, but his departure just wouldn't feel right unless we let him carry on today about the Apple OS 10.8 Mountain Lion announcement. We'll also reveal Apple's dirty little PR secret while we're on the topic, and of course play a few voicemails from listeners lamenting Wilson's desertion.
What comes inside the box when you buy your iPhone 5? Scott Stein takes you through the packaging: EarPods, stickers, and all.
The camera app's newest feature takes clean, easy panoramic shots, and iPhone 4S and 5 owners can take advantage of it. Scott Stein shows you how it's done.
Ep. 49 of the Digital City, where we find out why Microsoft's Steve Ballmer tried to stomp a co-worker's iPhone; check out the first Windows 7 TV ad; and lament that Steve Jobs had to drag himself onstage at the Apple event to basically announce nothing.