Ep. 1154: Where we'll have a new version before this show ends Video
New iPad Minis, iMacs, and a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display were the stars, but the iPad 4 put the big hurt on Apple loyalists. We'll break down what Apple didn't tell you at its iPad Mini keynote.
Just one week after record sales, iPad Mini Retina Display rumors have already surfaced. The future of the iMac is potentially transitioning to mobile processors. Plus, our prize giveaway!
Yes of course we rehash the Apple iPad. We find out how to pronounce it properly in Boston. And we determine that it is the fundamental problem with democracy. But there is other news. Including a class action suit against Microsoft over their points system on Xbox and Zune. And President Obama wants to kill the moon program for now.
We plan on seeing the iPad Mini at Apple's event, but that's not the only thing. If you've been waiting for a MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina, it just might be your lucky day. Plus, an iPad case giveaway!
MacBook Pro with retina display is announced at Apple's WWDC conference today.
We dig into more iPad Mini news, MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina's are still on their way and the search for the next Steve Jobs.
Wilson's especially giddy today because Apple just released two new MacBook Airs and a pair of new Mac Minis that all feature a data port for high-speed Thunderbolt peripherals. On today's episode, we're also talking about Rupert Murdoch's pie in the face, a social network for Anonymous hackers called AnonPlus, and the proper way to teach your parents how to use modern technology.
Apple will announce the next iPad 2 today, so imagine our surprise when all Wilson wants to talk about is Charlie Sheen joining Twitter! There may be hope for our Apple suckling fanboy just yet...
CNET Update's Bridget Carey drops by the studio for a full review of this year's Toy Fair. Find out which toys will abduct the minds of young people on today's episode, and stick around for Bridget's surprise announcement!
What just happened? We thought it was going to be a slow news day, but right before our podcast was about to begin HP and Palm dropped a bomb and announced they had entered into an agreement where HP would buy Palm for $1.2 billion. The partnership caught us completely by surprise, but it's also one that makes sense for both companies. We discuss the possibilities to come out of this merger and more on this week's episode of Dialed In.