So… It turns out that this week was full of Apple news. We swiftly run through they Unifying Theory of products, and then get into specific thoughts on products. Matthew is particularly excited about Swift, and I don’t blame him.
Also listen for Adobe’s product name change and PlayStation’s moves to bring back some classic games. Check out the show notes below.
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Volvo is pretty proud of their new truck. The video is pretty cute too. We recommend you watch it.
Volvo Shows Off The Durability Of Their New Truck By Letting A Four Year Old Drive It
First Round surveyed 500 start-ups to get an idea of how the perceive the start-up world. It’s pretty interesting.
State of Startups 2015
Apple’s product line is expanding. So what’s the thinking behind it? Phil Schiller has the answer.
The Grand Unified Theory Of Apple Products
Apple is going to get rid of the headphone jack! Or maybe they’ve only built test versions without it. The question is, what’s the replacement? Bluetooth? Lightning to 3.5 converters? USB-C Headphones?
We Don’t Need A Thinner iPhone
To go along with the Grand Unified Theory, why are techies disappointed with the Apple Watch?
A Disproportionate Amount Of Dissatisfied Apple Watch Customers Are Techies
What’s one way to boost the adoption of Apple Pay? Get into the peer-to-peer money transfer game. It may not be profitable, but the network effects could be huge.
Why Apple Wants to Get Into the Unprofitable World of Payments Between Friends
The era of Flash is ending…
Adobe Changed Flash Pro To Animate CC
And They’re Recommending Devs Build For Web Standards