Stacktrace

Stacktrace

9to5mac.com
A weekly Apple news and rumors podcast from a developer’s perspective. Hosted by 9to5Mac’s Gui Rambo and John Sundell.


84: “We traversed the whole responder chain”
May 20 • 72 min
This week, John and Rambo go on a deep dive into the responder chain and how UI events are propagated on Apple’s platforms. Also, SwiftUI vs Catalyst, Apple’s mysterious new QR codes for AR, and a visit to the Sundell R&D division. Sponsored by Bitrise:…
83: “When you link a framework…”
May 13 • 67 min
The recent Facebook SDK crashing incident leads John and Rambo into a deep-dive on third party SDKs and various ways to handle them. Also, new thoughts and details on the rumored AirPods Studio headphones, how writing about a topic can make you re-examine…
82: “The Ministry of iOS Development”
May 6 • 60 min
John automates the deployment of his website, which just celebrated its third birthday (or is it “anniversary”?), Rambo is about to launch a new app, and the two go on a deep dive into the iOS 13.5 beta and Apple + Google’s “Exposure notification” system…
81: “A good old fashioned roadmap”
Apr 29 • 69 min
John and Rambo return to the topic of app architecture, this time to discuss how to build scalable code bases using the MVC design pattern, and also talk about what Apple’s pro-level apps (including Xcode) might look like if ported to the iPad. Sponsored…
80: “You versus the magnets”
Apr 22 • 71 min
John writes Javascript encryption code and reviews Apple’s new Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro, Rambo reveals an exclusive new AirBuddy feature coming in version 2.0, and the two talk about the new iPhone SE, Apple’s upcoming remote accessibility event,…
79: “When Rambo goes wild”
Apr 15 • 57 min
John and Rambo speculate about why HomePod is now running tvOS, talk about SwiftUI view architecture and previews, and go on a deep-dive into Bluetooth Low Energy and how Rambo ported AirBuddy to the Raspberry Pi. Download MP3 Hosts: Gui on Twitter:…
78: “An XPC festival”
Apr 8 • 69 min
John and Rambo take a spontaneous deep-dive into XPC and the pros and cons of using it to modularize a Mac app. Also, what can be learned from looking at old code, comments on the latest Apple rumors, and designing a delicious dinner. Sponsored by OWC:…
77: “Structs that are real”, featuring Kaya Thomas, Casey Liss, Christian Selig and Jordan Morgan
Apr 1 • 79 min
Deciding when to rewrite a piece of code, what makes Combine such a great way to do reactive programming in Swift, and the final part of our indie app development special series. Also, tips for coding beginners, Indie Support Weeks, and much more.…
76: “Hanging out over the Internet”, featuring Christian Selig, Casey Liss, Curtis Herbert and Heidi Helen
Mar 25 • 89 min
The indie app development special series continues, this week focused on business models and marketing, and again featuring tips and advice from a group of amazing guests. Also, adding cursor support to an iPad app, lots of game recommendations, our most…
75: “One big remote family”, featuring Kaya Thomas, Curtis Herbert and Casey Liss
Mar 18 • 117 min
The new iPad Pro, native mouse pointer support in iPadOS, tips on working from home, app architecture and system design, picking the right technologies and dependencies for a project, and top tips on indie app development from Kaya Thomas, Casey Liss and…
74: “There’s an app possibility for that”, featuring Casey Liss, Christian Selig and Jordan Morgan
Mar 11 • 92 min
Welcome to the first episode in a new mini-series about indie app development, featuring special guests from around the community! Besides your regular updates on the world of Apple (this time with a huge number of leaks and info about iOS 14 and new…
73: “…and that’s how I feel about SwiftUI”
Mar 4 • 66 min
Websites hosted entirely on CDN, the flexibility of modern web development, how Rambo replicated the Apple Watch Breathe animation using SwiftUI, the power and potential of command line interfaces for iOS apps, and much more. Hosts: Gui on Twitter:…
72: “No more free cookies”, with special guest Michael (Biscuit) Thomas
Feb 26 • 55 min
John and Rambo are joined by app security expert Michael “Biscuit” Thomas on this special episode of the show all about iOS app security and encryption. Topics include how to build a threat model and identify attack surfaces, whether it’s worth to protect…
71: “Do you want to take a tour?”
Feb 19 • 70 min
John and Rambo continue their adventures into building apps with SwiftUI, talk about the newly released Swift Playgrounds app for Mac, and discuss the dilemma of Apple promoting their own services across iOS. Also, unit testing, monetizing an app through…
70: “Crazy speculation town”
Feb 12 • 72 min
John and Rambo share their experiences of building apps using SwiftUI, talk about new Mac apps that they love, and discuss what the newly found references to AMD CPUs in macOS might mean. Also, animations, Nintendo 64 copy protection, and thoughts about…
69: “A pro at not being a pro”
Feb 6 • 73 min
A first look at Xcode 11.4, iOS 13.4, and the suite of betas that Apple released this week. Also, the power of declarative UIs, whether a spiritual successor to AirPower might be in the works, and John’s recipe for oven-baked potatoes. Sponsored by Hyper:…
68: “Hindsight is always 2020”
Jan 29 • 82 min
Stacktrace is back! The third season of the show kicks off with John and Rambo sharing what they’ve been up to since the last season ended — from beach walks and standing desks, to content deals, new app features and editors that write code themselves.…
67: “The Year of the Pro”, with special guest Myke Hurley
Dec 18, 2019 • 86 min
Special guest Myke Hurley joins John and Rambo for the grand season two finale of the show! A wrap-up of 2019’s trends, stories, products and services, and what those might mean for Apple and the tech industry in 2020. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off…
66: “Mac Pro: Enthusiast Edition”
Dec 11, 2019 • 74 min
Mac Pro Day has finally arrived, but John and Rambo have somewhat mixed feelings about it. Also, a big segment on writing high-performance code, a deep dive into iOS splash screens, and much more. Sponsored by Hyper: Get 25% off sitewide at Hyper with our…
65: “An animation says more than 1000 words”
Dec 4, 2019 • 58 min
John open sources another project, Rambo creates more fluid animations and considers crowd-sourcing AirBuddy’s localization, and Apple is apparently using feature flags to improve their overall software quality. Also, loading states, a new trip to the…
64: “Poor man’s Migration Assistant”
Nov 27, 2019 • 65 min
A first-hand impressions review of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, a second opinion on the AirPods Pro, writing system packages in Swift, preparing conference talks, new Stacktrace Arcade picks, and much more. Sponsored by Hyper: Get early Access to HYPER’s…
63: “Classic butterfly“
Nov 20, 2019 • 70 min
John and Rambo discuss the announcement of the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, software and hardware decoupling, how to make code testable, and much more. Also, John’s 18-year long wait for a video game, and Rambo’s Swift Playgrounds iPhone port. Sponsored by…
62: “Squeeze Morse Code”
Nov 13, 2019 • 60 min
On this week’s episode, John and Gui talk about “Sundell as a service”, static site generation (act surprised!), then dive deep into a full review of the AirPods Pro, from the audio quality all the way to what’s the best technique for taking them out of…
61: “The Apple Cinematic Universe”
Nov 6, 2019 • 73 min
From modularizing code and cloud-synced databases to reviews of the first set of Apple TV+ shows — this episode of Stacktrace has it all. Also, what could the implications of Photoshop running on ARM64 be, more speculation about Apple’s AR (or perhaps…
60: “In-ear HomePods”
Oct 30, 2019 • 71 min
Apple releases the AirPods Pro, and the Rambo Report makes its triumphant return as the name of Apple’s tracking tag is revealed. Also, balancing fixing tech debt with feature development, Swift vs SDK features, and much more. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get…
59: “Bugs are people too”
Oct 23, 2019 • 68 min
Using the iPad Pro for coding and presentations, cross-platform code and feature sharing and what that might mean for products like Photoshop for iPad, and could automated tests improve Apple’s software quality? Also, organizing development tasks, and…
58: “It does what it says on the tin”
Oct 16, 2019 • 68 min
What happens when an indie developer’s product gets copied by Apple, should the App Store review team reject apps based on their visuals or feature set, and what products could we expect Apple to launch in the fall? Also, a brand new segment called…
57: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut
Oct 9, 2019 • 67 min
Riley Testut has recently been making a big splash in the community with his AltStore and Delta projects, and on this special episode of Stacktrace, he joins John and Rambo to talk about why and how he built them, and how he thinks they might impact the…
56: “Dark mode all the things”
Oct 2, 2019 • 73 min
John and Rambo dive into iOS and iPadOS 13 — what’s new, what’s missing, and what’s the overall state of Apple’s operating systems? Also, credit card scanning, and Apple Arcade first impressions. Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months…
55: “The big Apple holiday”
Sep 25, 2019 • 59 min
Reviews of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and the Apple Watch Series 5 — as well as search engine optimization, what goes into releasing a new open source project, and the science of pizza. Sponsored by totallee: Get 25% off all totallee iPhone cases for iPhone…
54: “A whole wardrobe full of hats”, with special guest David Barnard
Sep 18, 2019 • 79 min
David Barnard, creator of apps like Launch Center Pro, joins John and Rambo for a special indie development edition of the show. The pros and cons of being indie, how and when to outsource tasks to others, and much more. Also, the state of inter-app…
53: “It’s a camera party!”
Sep 11, 2019 • 80 min
John and Rambo review Apple’s 2019 iPhone Keynote, and share their first impressions of Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, iPhone 11 and its Pro siblings, the new iPad and Apple Watch models, and much more. Also, is the new iPhone worthy of the name “Pro”, and who…
52: “Apple Cardboard”
Sep 4, 2019 • 66 min
It’s once again time for John and Rambo to face off in an epic game of Apple Keynote Poker — this time speculating about what Apple might announce at next week’s September Event. Also, Apple AR hardware, more evidence of an “Apple Tag” device, and Apple…
51: “The buzzword episode”
Aug 28, 2019 • 76 min
Stacktrace turns into the Accidental Web and Hardware Podcast, as John and Rambo go on a deep dive into search algorithms, server-less cloud functions, Raspberry Pi and Arduino hardware hacking. Also, what’s up with the iOS 13.1 beta being released before…
50: “Rambo walks into an Apple Store”
Aug 22, 2019 • 62 min
John launches the first beta of Swift by Sundell 2.0, while Rambo launches Apple Arcade a bit earlier than expected. Also, Apple Watch series 5 materials, iPhone naming, your weekly dose of productivity tips, and more. Sponsored by HomeIQ: Get 60% off the…
49: “Old enough to make reasonable decisions”
Aug 14, 2019 • 75 min
Rambo explores running iOS apps on the Mac with Catalyst, John falls in love will full screen mode all over again, and Apple’s new security measures for Mac apps and batteries cause a bit of a stir in the community. Also, tips for minimizing distractions,…
48: “The beta battle”
Aug 7, 2019 • 70 min
Could Apple ship an iPhone that has both TouchID and FaceID, what goes into building truly fluid UIs and animations, and how to balance A/B testing with esthetics and usability when evolving a product? Also, are Apple’s latest betas ready for our primary…
47: “How to fix Siri”
Jul 31, 2019 • 62 min
Do humans really need to listen to Siri requests in order to improve them, can an iPhone be transformed into a HomePod, and could Xcode be used for web development? Also, Rambo’s TV gets a HomeKit and AirPlay update, while John’s TV turns out to be a bit…
46: “The ship has been shipped”
Jul 24, 2019 • 74 min
Rambo goes on a shipping spree while also finding out exciting new info about this year’s iPhones. In the meantime John cheers himself up by writing a Markdown parser, and the Pixelmator team embeds their entire app inside of Photos. Also, what does it…
45: “A vintage development setup”
Jul 17, 2019 • 64 min
How to decide when to cut a feature from a project, what could the refreshed MacBook lineup tell us about the future of Apple’s laptops, and how is the current state of Apple’s betas affecting third party developers? Also, why on Earth did Rambo buy a…
44: “Enjoyment is a kind of tech spec” with special guest Federico Viticci
Jul 10, 2019 • 76 min
Special guest Federico Viticci joins John and Rambo to discuss the current state of the iPad, how it has evolved over the years and his impressions on iPadOS. We also discuss automation and how it relates to focus and productivity. Sponsored by Hyper: Get…
43: “Accidental spelunking”
Jul 3, 2019 • 78 min
John builds a hot reloading tool for writing HTML in Swift, Rambo accidentally discovers details on how SwiftUI’s previews work, and Jony Ive goes indie. Also, tips on professional communication, different approaches when it comes to adding analytics to…
42: “Hiding in plain sight”
Jun 26, 2019 • 67 min
Continuing to analyze the announcements made during this year’s WWDC, on this episode, John and Rambo turn their attention to the Swift Package Manager — and how the fact that it’s now integrated into Xcode is a big deal for many Swift developers. Also,…
41: “Craig ruined my translucent dreams”
Jun 19, 2019 • 65 min
John and Rambo dive deeper into backend-driven UIs using SwiftUI, as well as transparent backgrounds for third party apps, and the potential of using NFC for automation purposes. That, and more reflections on this year’s WWDC announcements, and whether…
40: “From Swift to spelunking”
Jun 12, 2019 • 77 min
It’s time to dive much deeper into SwiftUI! John and Rambo talk about everything from how and when to adopt SwiftUI, to how it relates to app architecture, and how the Swift language itself has evolved to support its declarative new syntax. But of course…
39: “Turn the hype level up to 11!”
Jun 5, 2019 • 88 min
WWDC 2019 is here, and it’s a big one! John and Gui break down the top announcements, features and new developer tools in this grand WWDC special episode of the show. So fasten your seatbelts, it’s keynote analysis time! Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50%…
38: “The infamous checkbox”
May 29, 2019 • 72 min
WWDC 2019 is just a few days away, which means that it’s poker time! But before getting to the predictions, gambling and the bets, John and Rambo talk about the launch of WWDC by Sundell, Rambo’s latest scoops on iOS 13, and Apple’s surprise-release of a…
37: “Spelunker’s Disneyland”
May 22, 2019 • 63 min
Rambo discovers evidence of CloudKit-based serverless functions and buys yet another iPhone XR, John takes another step towards making the iPad Pro his main computer, and Apple releases a new MacBook Pro. Sponsored by HP: For 9to5Mac’s Deal of the Month,…
36: “Miss Dingus”
May 15, 2019 • 68 min
How does John name his open source projects, and why and how does Rambo shower with AirPods? Just two of many questions asked and answered on this episode — along with the weekly speculation about upcoming Apple products, this time around Gurman’s latest…
35: “The 50 hour transition”
May 8, 2019 • 78 min
After naming their favorite Italian city, John and Gui discuss iOS design systems and cross-platform UI frameworks, augment Mark Gurman’s latest scoops, and talk about preparing for WWDC. Sponsored by Volta: Get 10% off the Volta 2.0 charge cable now by…
34: “The heaviest iPhone you can make”
May 1, 2019 • 59 min
While on their road trip through Italy, John and Gui talk about conferences, traveling, SIM-cards, marketing for app developers, predictive computing, and much more. Also, a Rambo Report about the upcoming MacBook Pro. Sponsored by Withings: Get 20% off…
33: “Face ID by proxy”
Apr 24, 2019 • 57 min
Another week full of delicious scoops — expanded macOS authentication using the Apple Watch, WWDC news for developers, more signs of AR headset(s!), Siri shortcuts on the Mac, and much more. Also, how does Rambo get his hands on all this information…
32: “Dark mode convert”
Apr 17, 2019 • 91 min
We’ve got an ice cream truck full of scoops! A huge episode packed full of exclusive reports on iOS 13, how the iPad might be able to act as an external display for the Mac, a new Find my Friends/iPhone app, and the long-awaited breakup of iTunes. Also, a…
31: “The Blair Rambo Project”
Apr 10, 2019 • 62 min
Rambo reverse engineers the Face ID infrared camera, John goes on an open sourcing spree, and the two speculate about what exactly went wrong with AirPower. Also, iOS development beginner mistakes, and another edition of The Rambo Report. Stacktrace by…
30: “Natural evolution”, with special guest Stephen Hackett
Apr 3, 2019 • 91 min
John and Gui are joined by special guest Stephen Hackett to go on an epic journey throughout the many eras of Apple history. What major events and products defined each era, how did they move Apple forward, and how do some of them affect Apple even to…
29: “A very special Apple special event” with special guest Mark Gurman
Mar 27, 2019 • 77 min
John and Gui are joined by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, to analyze this week’s Apple event, and to speculate about what both the revealed and yet unrevealed products may tell us about Apple’s future direction. That, and the results of last week’s poker…
28: “The week of shipping”
Mar 20, 2019 • 77 min
It’s poker time! While Apple seems to be going all-in on shipping new products this week, it’s once again time for John and Gui to place their bets as to what Apple might have in store for their 25th of March media event. That, and a bit of time traveling…
27: “Let’s spelunk my life”
Mar 13, 2019 • 68 min
It’s time for some new, alternative, avenues of spelunking — including Apple’s career website, and… Rambo’s digital life? Also, how Swift compares to Node.js for server-side development, what a “UIKit for AR” could look like, and some brief speculation…
26: “You’re not gonna touch your glasses”
Mar 6, 2019 • 71 min
After a brief discussion around static site generation and hardware hacking, John and Gui dive into some exclusive new spelunking findings from WebKit and the latest iOS 12.2 beta. Also, AR and how Microsoft’s approach with HoloLens might differ from…
25: “The daily home screen shuffle”
Feb 27, 2019 • 65 min
Continuing on the topic of iOS 13 — will the iPad use a new home screen UI, rather than good old SpringBoard, and what could that look like? How could improved keyboard APIs for 3rd party apps make the iPad even more capable, and will the future of…
24: “The fluffy keyboard”
Feb 22, 2019 • 85 min
John and Gui dive into the latest rumors about new Mac hardware and iOS 13. How might the design of the iPad Pro influence future MacBooks, how would a system-wide Dark Mode work on iOS, and what are our updated expectations for Project Marzipan? Also —…
23: “In Rambo sight”
Feb 11, 2019 • 76 min
On this season two premiere John and Gui analyze the latest spelunking findings, talk about going indie, the launch of AirBuddy, the case for smaller iPads, and hey — the show has also got a new logo and is now part of 9to5Mac! Welcome back to Stacktrace.…
22: “A buffet of entitlements”
Dec 14, 2018 • 79 min
In this grand season finale of Stacktrace, John and Gui review the iPad Smart Keyboard Folio, Apple Watch Series 4, discuss entitlements, electrocardiograms and reveal the latest spelunking findings including (and we’re not kidding) - new details about…
21: “Redundancy for your redundancy”
Nov 27, 2018 • 72 min
Rambo runs his first ever App Store sale, John continues prototyping using his new iPad Pro, and the two discuss what it would take for the iPad to reach its full potential, what makes up a good backup strategy, and how Swift has fundamentally changed…
20: “More magnets than the North Pole”, with special guest Rene Ritchie
Nov 15, 2018 • 80 min
Rene Ritchie joins John and Gui to discuss the new iPad Pro, the pros and cons of doing work on a tablet, and how we’d like iOS to change to take full advantage of the new hardware. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app or…
19: “Artistic touch tool”
Oct 26, 2018 • 72 min
With Apple’s October event just around the corner it’s once again time for John and Gui to face off in a game of Keynote Poker. But before that, the two review the iPhone XS Max, the 2018 15” MacBook Pro and…Silicon Valley? Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is…
18: “What happens in Vegas…”
Oct 15, 2018 • 78 min
John and Gui discuss the newly revealed iPad Pro details, how people are building custom faces for the Apple Watch, and - after AirPower shows yet another sign of life - what’s good and bad about the web in 2018. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on…
17: “Spelunking rehab”
Oct 4, 2018 • 69 min
Is Apple using CoreML to determine the relevance of push notifications, what new features will we see in this year’s new iPads, and why are we disabling GitHub issues for our open source projects? Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s…
16: “Server buddies”
Sep 25, 2018 • 76 min
After returning from their adventure in Spain, John and Gui take a closer look at iOS 12 and some initial spelunking findings from the iOS 12.1 beta. Also, why Mac hardware leaks are not as common as iOS ones, and several tips and tricks about…
15: “iPhone, really?”, live from NSSpain
Sep 14, 2018 • 62 min
In this special episode of the show John and Gui analyze Apple’s 2018 iPhone keynote and reveal the results of last episode’s poker game - in front of a live audience at the NSSpain conference! Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s…
14: “The mother of all leaks”
Sep 4, 2018 • 94 min
Analyzing Rambo’s latest spelunking findings - high resolution marketing images of the new iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4, followed by our second edition Apple Keynote Poker game. It’s speculation time! Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and…
13: “Underwater Apple Museum”
Aug 22, 2018 • 77 min
John and Gui speculate what Apple might have in store for the fall - including the rumored new MacBook and Mac Mini - talk about updating apps to the latest version of iOS, discuss the state of third party Twitter apps and answer questions about…
12: “Kicking the clock down the road”, with special guest Casey Liss
Aug 10, 2018 • 112 min
Casey Liss joins John and Gui as the very first special guest on the show - to talk about going indie, CarPlay, and to analyze all of the new spelunking findings from the fifth beta of iOS 12. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s…
11: “What’s a computer?”
Jul 25, 2018 • 60 min
John and Gui talk about Apple’s recent updates to the MacBook Pro and the aftermath of their release, and use that as a starting point for a discussion about the future of the Mac and what really makes a computer a computer. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is…
10: “Parallel universe Rambo”
Jul 12, 2018 • 78 min
John and Gui celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the App Store by talking about how app development and design has changed during the last decade, followed by an in-depth look at the new Shortcuts app and an introduction to Sharecuts. Stacktrace by…
9: “Non-pro laptop”
Jun 27, 2018 • 66 min
John and Gui dive into the latest news about AirPower, with some brand new details about iOS as an embedded platform. Apple’s recent keyboard repair policy then prompts a discussion about what makes a pro machine and what the perfect developer laptop…
8: “I can has debugger”
Jun 12, 2018 • 91 min
After settling the scores from last episode’s poker game, John and Gui dives into the announcements and news from WWDC 2018. What does the new Shortcuts system mean for Siri, how useful is Augmented Reality really, what’s it like building a Mac app using…
7: “WWDC Poker”
May 30, 2018 • 88 min
On this special pre-WWDC episode of the show, John and Gui play a special variant of Poker to share their predictions, speculations and hopes for what Apple might release at WWDC 2018. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app…
6: “S**t will happen department”
May 18, 2018 • 80 min
John and Gui talk about Google’s and Microsoft’s recent announcements at their developer conferences, and how they might affect Apple. They also discuss the viability of 3rd party Twitter clients, whether Apple is behind in terms of AI, and if a…
5: “Space Gray Mode”
May 2, 2018 • 73 min
John and Gui dive deep into the possibilities of a WebKit & macOS system-wide dark theme and discuss all the new rumors about a declarative cross-platform UI framework for Apple’s platforms. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s…
4: “The big Jony Ive room”
Apr 17, 2018 • 74 min
John and Gui talk about the Mac Pro and how it’s being developed, Apple’s leaked memo about… leaks, user privacy & third party closed sourced SDKs, Rambo’s new TV setup, and much more. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app…
3: “Spelunking apprentice”
Apr 5, 2018 • 70 min
John and Gui talk about Apple’s recent education event, the new 9.7” iPad, how ClassKit works, iOS navigation & NSUserActivity, iWork + Apple Pencil, the possibility of ARM-powered Macs, and much more. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and…
2: “Next level science fiction stuff”
Mar 20, 2018 • 55 min
On this second episode of Stacktrace, John and Gui discuss Apple’s upcoming March 27th event. What do we know? What do we expect? Tune in and find out! Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app or through our dedicated RSS feed…
1: “Phone apps? Really?”
Mar 15, 2018 • 78 min
On this very first episode of the show John and Gui talk about the 10 year anniversary of the iPhone SDK, their memories of getting started with iOS development and what Apple might have in store for the future - including the rumor of a new…