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"marques brownlee" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Mac mini powered by M two pro has a starting price of 1200 $99. The new Mac mini units of the same order and delivery dates as the new MacBook pros. With the introduction of the two M two mini Macs on Tuesday, apple is down to one Intel based machine. Gone from the lineup is the Intel based Mac mini, leaving the industrial cheese grater Mac pro standing alone. And it is not worth what it used to be. At least not as far as Apple is concerned. After Tuesday's M two MacBook Pro and Mac mini announcements, Apple insider rode up a Twitter post by David MO. MO is a writer and researcher for textbook reviewer and YouTuber marques brownlee. Whether they were actually looking to update their machines or just having a bit of fun, MO wondered what the trade and value would be for their shops, 2019, $53,000 Intel based Mac pro. It is not much. On Twitter, ML said, just tried pricing out our $52,199 Mac pros at the office for a trade in, which you can still buy from Apple for $52,199. That was over an image that showed apple's trade and value for the machine at 900 $70. And when went on to ask, what else has dropped 50 times in value in three years? Besides crypto. Of course, Brown Lee's MKBHD YouTube channel is huge. 16.6 million subscribers. His most recent video published 6 days ago already has over 2.2 million views, he could likely afford a new Mac of any sort without any sort of trade in. Additionally, Opel insider points out that the Mac pros have already paid for themselves several times over, which is the entire point of pro grade hardware actually used by professionals. Still, you kind of feel like the metal case alone could be worth $970, maybe more if marques brownlee signed it. A somewhat surprising note from market tracker canales, apple and cider, has the firm saying that iPhone gained global market share last quarter coming out on top in terms of smartphone sales. Yes, that is the same quarter that saw Apple and Foxconn unable to keep up with demand. The quarter that is expected to yield financial results that are somewhere between disappointing and ghastly when Apple reports December quarter earnings and just over two weeks. So how did Apple do it? Well, part of the trek is watching nearly every other smartphone vendor fall apart. For the fourth quarter, Apple and Samsung were able to grow market share versus the same quarter a year ago, first place Apple to 25% and second place Samsung to 20% higher end brands held steady in other words, according to a separate piece on the numbers from N gadget. Well, fourth place oppo was able to grow from 9% to 10%, is still at 10%. Smartphones as a whole were down 17% for the quarter sending shipments to ten year lows. Canal was forecast flat to marginal growth for the smartphone market in 2023, according to Apple insider with conditions expected to remain challenging with pent up demand caused by last quarter's lack of iPhone 14 pro and pro max supply though. It likely be a quarter or two before we know how or if all of that will affect iPhone. A notable shift in Foxconn's ranks, the South China morning post as the guy in charge of iPhone production for the contract manufacturer is no longer in charge of iPhone production. Long Chang Yang will remain as a director for Foxconn, though making sure iPhones make it out is now the responsibility of Michael Chiang. While COVID made it a rough year for iPhone production, the piece says this has nothing to do with that. Rather they said to be about Foxconn had young Liu's desire to elevate younger executives to maintain the company's supply chain leadership. Not that the new guy is actually new. He joined Foxconn back in the futuristic sounding year of 1999. He's also not new to the iPhone line. The South China morning post says Chiang played a pivotal role communicating with Zhang Zhu's local government when things got tense and that area's iPhone city plant. According to the report, the appointment highlights Foxconn's efforts in recent years to foster a younger cohort of executives to help the company navigate prolonged tensions between Washington and Beijing diversify its manufacturing bases outside of China and fend off Chinese challengers,
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"And it is just a log clearer. He makes an incredible point about 3D, which is very funny, which is why 3D just hasn't taken off. I don't think anybody is even cares about it anymore. It's really not when the technology is there to make those embedded in the screens, which is there now. But not an unmasked kind of creation, then maybe there'll be a future for it. I'm surprised no one's come out with an IMAX TV. A TV that's as wide as it is tall that could show you real full IMAX content on it. That would be pretty cool. There was a laptop, though, was there was a laptop on shore, I think it was asa. And it had some, it was marques brownlee who I saw on YouTube or Twitter, I think it was mentioned. And this was a 3D screen that you did not need to wear glasses for. I'm trying to remember the model. I think it's a nitro. We have a clip from acer two that we're going to be talking to you this week. We don't talk about that particular screen, but there is a computer that has, I guess, it's stereoscopic 3D that does not require the glasses, which is interesting. Because I'd like to actually get my hands on that and see how that works. Because some people have difficulty seeing 3D because of different just regular kind of regular depth perception issues, my wife has that, my son has that let alone actual disabilities there. So I'm curious how that affects just the regular user. I know my wife and I was talking about this and she gets so annoyed about it 'cause she's love to try it, but she only has one eye. So that means that there's no way she can see it 'cause she only has monoscopic vision. She doesn't have stereoscopic at all. And for people who've got an in my case, my left eye is weaker than my right eye, so therefore it doesn't have a really matches up properly for me. I mean, I kind of get the sense of it, but it never really hits me in a way. And to be honest, I never got sick. Like virtual reality headsets and 3D TVs and some people can only handle it for so long and they feel ill. I've never had that experience, but I do feel I think a lot of it does feel a bit gimmicky. I think it's the content, isn't it? I think that's the point. He makes a very good point in that voicemail, which is that the content creators need to catch up and they need to start embracing the technology a bit more.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"This goes back to the FTC agreement? I remember in the 2011 FTC agreement. In part B, this was the nuts and bolts part of the 2000 11 agreement. It says that there has to be someone or someones who are specifically designated by name to be accountable for an accountable is a very important legal word for the information secreted program. There is no one like that at Twitter. They have all quit. So that means that the company is now in material breach of the 2011 FTC agreement. If they are in breach of the 2011 FTC agreement, that means that you can not count on them to secure any of the data that they currently have. And if there's any question about the way they can name, by the way, they could name quote any individual to quote be in charge, even though they don't technically have a C so anymore. And by the way, that's interesting that you brought that up, padre, because you will see there's a lot of new a lot of companies that have been around for a long time that are all of a sudden getting their very first cisos now. Yes, yes. They're growing up. Yes. Senator Ed Markey. So now let's get to the impersonation problem because that's another thing that happened this week. Remember that humor is I must say. It was very funny. It was actually some of it might have been funny. Some of it was really catastrophic. Some of especially if you were really lily's situation. Well, yes, that also. And Nintendo, which was Mario 5 seconds. Right, but there were a lot of horrific images, and that happened in the middle of the night for Japan. I actually talked to some of my friends there was nothing that anybody was preparing for, like, 2 o'clock in the morning. So as we know, Elon says for 8 bucks, you can buy a blue check, which prior to this mint authentication. There was a lot of back and forth. For a while for like 5 minutes, marques brownlee tweeted, look, not only did I have a blue check, but now it says this is an official account. I have a great check. And then Elon replied, not anymore. That went away. Apparently they put a hold on you can still buy Twitter blue for 8, 99, but you won't get a blue check. They put a hold on that. But in between those times, there were people impersonating authenticated, impersonating Elon, Kathy Griffin got booted off the platform for saying she was Elon. Elon said, you could do this, but you have to say it's a parody account. Facebook do that for a while. They sort of labeling things priority. And that seemed to go away. Yeah. I mean, the problem with parity, and this is the famous definition of parodying. Well, this is also the famous onion pleating in the Supreme Court cases. If it has to be labeled parity, that kind of takes some of the fun out of it. Stephen Colbert had a joke about this the other day. Were you told the chicken cross the road joke? Set it up with explaining that he was about to tell you. I'm about to tell a joke. Kills the joke, right? Yes. Ed Markey, tweeting, senator Markey, the senator Markey, a Washington Post reporter was able to create a verified account impersonating me. I'm asking for answers from Elon Musk, who's putting profits over people and his debt over stopping disinformation, he said a letter to a Musk, of course, as senators like to do. And then he tweeted one of your company's Elon is under an FTC consent decree. Auto safety watchdog net says investigating you for another company of yours for killing people. And you're spending your time picking fights online, fix your companies, or Congress will, to which Elon Musk replies to senator Markey and The Washington Post. Perhaps it's because you're real account sounds like parody. That's not a smart way to respond to a center. No, it really isn't. That's not a good idea. But I understand, you know what? I kind of understand from that point of view. Elon's basically a 13 year old. And, you know, there's fighting words. I'm not going to I'm not going to take it. So if we covered everything, should we do more on the impersonation things? Because this is crazy. Well, it's just the whole violated the whole principle of the blue check. Right. And by the way, Twitter has this long history of when people come up with a really bad idea that everybody knows is a bad idea. They exploited and it is exposed instantaneously. I think about that Microsoft AI thing that did a while ago. And that was more of a Microsoft problem to be fair than a Twitter. It was a Microsoft. But I'm just talking about problems in general that the community realizes are stupid. So it always amuses me that like, I don't think we'll just do this and people will go along, but if people don't like it and realize the fallacy in it, they'll prove very quickly the fallacy, like they did with what Elon did, like they did with the Microsoft AI situation. So one of the fake accounts was Eli Lilly, which was a bad one. Yeah. The fake account with an authorized blue check. I think by now everybody knows a blue chick's meaningless. So this could only Leo, I don't actually know that that's true. I think that was part of the problem. I think we're more in the know, not everybody as in the know as we are here. I think the challenge is that not everybody knew that. And for one tweet that I think probably those of us listening to this recognized was not true, it moved the market and it didn't just explain. So there was you want to show it. It was a show it. My jumping ahead. So there was a tweet from what looked like an authentic Eli Lilly account. That said insulin. It's gone now, so that's why it's not,
"marques brownlee" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Said he hopes to transfer to the everything app, model after WeChat. Honestly, though, this feels like a lot like he's running around trying to put out the fire and throwing spaghetti. The rate of evolution of Twitter, this is a quote will be an immense step change compared to what it has been in the past. You know, if nothing else I am a technologist and I can make technology go fast, and that's what you'll see happen at Twitter. He sounds a lot like Donald Trump in his late years. Oh yeah. Absolutely. So break things and go fast. And that Lopez, which is Lopez Lynette on Twitter. Said she covered, she's a columnist on Business Insider. And she said, she covered him for three years investigating him. And it's a quite a litany of his failures. He put batteries with potential defective cooling systems in people's cars and they knew about it. He told reporters he told engineers to stop doing brake tests because they were fighting too many defects. And on and on and on and on. He didn't start Tesla, right? He came in and invested in it, because he had the money from the previous company. I worked with his old yellow pages company way back when. When I was in a newspaper, he took that money and he turned it around and he turned it around. But ant keeps saying he's going to find the right people. He's going to trust the right people. And I think he did that a SpaceX. He did that toward instead at Tesla, but I think that's limited, given this kind of stuff that this reporter has. That team is landing dad gum rocket boosters and we still can't parallel park. He did something right. You're right. You're right, you're right. Let me propose a counter example. So let's say he gets payments working. He's giving people who pay 8 bucks the right to post longer videos. He says, first, ten minutes and 42 minutes eventually hours long. What if he goes to people like marques brownlee and says, look, I've got a system for you to monetize on Twitter. You've already got a vast audience. And turns Twitter into a place where creators can post videos, make money, so they put more videos there, I feel like this has been tried many they've been burned by so many people have been burned by Facebook. Periscope. I'm pretty sure MKBHD will say, show me the data. Yeah. Creators out there who may be young and up and coming creators who will say, well, how much and Elon says, look, I'm going to guarantee you 50% of everything. 70% of everything we make. And in return, we'll host it and you've got your following already on Twitter. This is where you really got to stop the bleeding. You've got your following already on Twitter. So let's say he comes to me. So looking at a half a million followers on Twitter. Why don't you post your videos there? We'll sell ads into it. We'll share the revenue with you 50 50. What do you say? Well, I'm the wrong person to ask. Let's say it says Lisa. Yes. Come back here in. I actually would like to hear your answer. Lisa, what would you see around that? I don't know. She may be in a call by now, but if she's listening, she'll come running. She's got work to do. Unlike the rest of the show. Basically her job is to try to make the gland. You went to say that out loud. Yes. Ours and ours, poor woman. I swear to God. I'm just paraphrasing Leo. Marquez wanted
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"It. You see the environment around you. And it projects things onto that environment. This is similar to that except they're designing this at a more small business slash consumer market. And they doing that in a couple of ways. Number one, the price point, the price point being around $1500 U.S., it does come in at about $2200 Canadian. That's number one, so the price point is a little bit more affordable in comparison to some of the other pro headsets out there. You can game on it like any of the other quests, but the design of it is very different. It doesn't have a strap on the top of your head that holds it down. It doesn't have a strap on the back. It has a nice hard plastic design on the sides, and it kind of sits, you know, it kind of rests on the top of your forehead on the front, but not completely open, so it sits on your head like a hat, and it's actually quite well balanced because the battery components are on the back of the device. So the balance is not bad. And it doesn't feel here's the thing. When I use the quest of the quest two, you get tired after a while wearing it. It is front heavy. It is definitely something that's weighing down. You take it off your face, you got red marks. This one isn't sitting on your face to create that darkness that really tight seal, because it's not really meant for that kind of immersive enjoyment. You can use it and it comes with blinders, literally they look like horse blinders that just magnetically ableism. They literally make magnetically stick onto the sides and they do give you that immersive feel, but this is actually designed to sit a little bit further away from your eyes. And, you know, the first thing I did was I had seen a video of marques brownlee mkbhd demonstrating horizon work rooms, and this is the meta version or Facebook's version of meeting up with people and being able to see the avatars and have conversations. But the thing I really wanted to test was the ability to project my computer's display in front of me in augmented reality. And I must tell you it was quite impressive to be able to really. Yeah, yeah, it worked almost immediately the second you set up the headset. It was as long as it's on the same Wi-Fi network. You run this little app on your windows or your Mac computer, it connects, and it shows you your desktop right in front of you.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"To me it is, it's fascinating. How the world has changed and like the frog in the pot. It's happening without us knowing. It's just kind of gradually, do you imagine the Vatican would change probably not, right? This is somewhere where tradition is so much a part of it. They're going to still stitch together the votes and put them in a stove and burn them at all. They'll keep doing that, but you do see change. And if your producer could call it up, there's a great side by side showing the night that Benedict became Pope and the night that Francis became Pope and on the night that Benedict became Pope, you had a lot of people in front of Saint Peter's holding candles. The night that Francis became Pope, everyone was holding a phone. Wow. And it's like, yeah, you know, even if the tradition stayed the same, the way that people are consuming it or remembering it is changing. And that was the clearest sign for me like, yeah, you have to do this. If you're not thinking about optics over social media, that means you're not thinking about optics period. You know what? You're right. When I was at the Mötley Crüe concert, when Tommy Lee said bring up the lights, everybody just brought out their smartphones and turned on the flashlight. You're the whole world is changing. I've told this story before, but I love it. The Soviet Union was monitoring, this is how long ago was monitoring the coming and going of people at The Pentagon and they noticed that every day around noon, a lot of high ranking officers would disappear into this building. You know where I'm going with this, right? Oh yeah. It was a hot dog stand. In the center of The Pentagon and it almost got nuked because they thought, well, it was said the Soviet Union had at least two missiles pointed at all times. And this was from satellite, not from cell phones, obviously. But okay. At the hot dog stand. At the hot dog stand. I mean, you hate to say this. I hate to say this, but if you hit the hot dog stand, the rest of The Pentagon's. Crumbles. Yeah. An army moves on their stomach. I went there, I went there in 2000 9 and the hot dog stand was gone. Yeah, they took it out. Not the Russians. The Pentagon. It shuttered in 2006. I'm sorry to say. Probably not because of any threat from the Soviet Union or the Russians. But still a well defended hot dog stand in the United States. They called it cafe ground zero. Well, China has China has a story like that from Pokémon go. They had to forbid their personnel from playing Pokémon go because you could see patterns of people walking around these dark, like on the map areas. And they figured out, oh, these are guards trying to get their kilometers in while they're doing their duty. Wow. Oh, yeah. So that's a Chinese government facilities. Fantastic. I want to take a little break because we've been talking a lot and it's got to get a commercial. But I do want to come back and talk about this iPhone. Both Ben Thompson and Jason Snell have actually made some really interesting points about this new iPhone. We'll get to that in just a little bit. So great to see you again, Renee Richie. Now creative liaison at YouTube, but still you're still doing the channel, right? You still do stuff. Doing one video a week. Because that's all you have time for now. Yes, I used to do like three to four videos a week. Now I'm doing one a week, but I just put up this week's video and it's all about the outrage over essence, which we could talk about today. Oh, yes, that's actually talk about the courage port. Now it's the courage tray. We will definitely talk about that. Is this your advice to creators to don't bring yourself out doing trying to do too many videos a week? So the truth is, like, you want to get to a point. And I'm just repeating something that Todd bore who's director of discovery at YouTube really, really nice guy. He said that you want to get to the point where you're increasing the value of your video. So it's not the quantity that you're making that the quality that you're making and that those videos attract enough audience enough views that you don't have to continually run on a hamster wheel. Oh, I like it. Marques brownlee does that. He doesn't put out so many videos, but he focuses on the quality of it. Mark rober, one a month. Mark rober. His stuff is so good. He's the NASA scientist who makes the glitter bombs. And we finally found out what he did at Apple. Oh, what did he do with Apple? He was on the AR project. You're kidding. No. Yeah, he was working on the reality headset.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Sam, and we talked about this on the show too that I think with more screen, more battery and essentially more stuff you can do on it as a result. There's more you could do there. And I wonder why Apple is not necessarily pushing on some of that stuff. I feel it's the battery. I'm just straight up. It's the battery. Until battery tech changes, they can only fit so much battery in this thing, in which case you have to then have a processor that doesn't suck enough, destroy the battery. I will say the screen is now so big that you can open the keyboard and like kinda type with two thumbs up. Almost. The sweeping taping kind of works. You can swipe type. The writing typing, I do that all the time on mine. I mean, it's like short sentences. That's all Siri for me. And in no one knows what I'm trying to say to them. That's the nightmare. And now with iOS 16, and I think probably on watchOS 9, you can dictate emojis. So now you can be running up a mountain yelling heart emoji, thumbs up emoji, dead emoji into your watch, which is just a life I'm very ready for. It's going to be like dancing lady emoji, dancing lady emoji. Plane crash emoji, bear emoji, how emoji playing crush. There's a bear in my plane crash. Yeah, look, they're so far ahead of everybody else. Sundar Pichai was at code on stage running a pixel watch. An unannounced pilot. She was very, and I was so mad I wasn't there. He worked with white bands so people would notice it, right? And I was like, well, the old school blogger me runs to get a zoom lens. And it's like stalking him backstage. And all the reporters are like, didn't do it. Like Mark gurman caught it to his credit, but the end gadget in me, like the old school and gadget in me is like, I'm in the hallway. I've got a 200 millimeter lens. Sooner is not leaving here in saliva, a photo of the pixel watch. But like, you know, you can see what it is. It's a circular watch. It's gonna have a bunch of Fitbit features in it. And they are competing with the Apple watch series 5. Yeah. And it's just a fundamental level. They are three generations behind our apple is. And so these complaints are minor on the edges. I wish they would make it more powerful. But this is more powerful than anything. But it's just weird that the theme here is you're going to be in a car crash, not look at all of the things you can do with your phone. Like it's Apple is just starting to assume those things. And it's like, what if we also saved your life? Right, they're going to places where they're adding features. Themselves, even saying, we hope you never use these features. Well, and it's just like apple is also sort of simultaneously on this reset your relationship with technology. And let's talk about screen time and focus modes and let's help you disconnect and not feel so reliant on your screens. And it's like, you know what would help is make those interactions easier on the watch, so I don't even have to get my phone out at all. I can just leave it flipped down on the table. And that's just like, some of that is already in there, and you can do it if you want, but either Apple doesn't think it's an interesting selling point for people, or it just doesn't have any new ideas about how that stuff is supposed to work. All right, we need to take a break. Yes, we do. I will quickly here's everything you need to let the AirPods pro. They are largely the same. They have a tight knee driver. They have an H two chip. They are still running Bluetooth, and they do not do us less. And they have a little loop in the case for linear. But they do two times the noise canceling. Whatever that means. Well, I think that one is the previous generation. I think that one you can safely assume. I will say, I tried them, I spent 5 minutes wearing a pair in the hands on. And the noise canceling is good, but not great, like all noise canceling, like it does the job, but it's not incredible. But the pass through continues to amaze me. How good it is at passing through. I've used a lot of these headphones now. And that's the one place where apple is just leaps and bounds above everybody. Yeah. By the way, the setup for the hands on, they had people with boxes of AirPods pro. Yeah. And then so people would try them on and you would put them away in a fresh one would be delivered to the room. It's wild. Like lots of people with lots of boxes of AirPods. So what you're saying is there's going to be a really good opportunity to buy refurbished. Just go to the Apple store on campus. If you want the AirPods that have been in marques brownlee's ears, that
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Who replace multiple keyboards $125 to people who are placed one keyboard and $50 to people who replace key caps. All of that assumes that this deal goes down the judge overseeing the case, still has settlement. Our scopes and dings on your hardware badges of honor or ribbons of shame. You may want to consider that question before buying an M two MacBook Air, specifically the midnight edition it seems. While it is not likely to have a butterfly effect, a fact, a piece for my download blog does have people singing the blues over the midnight machine. According to the report, YouTuber marques brownlee called the notebook in his review, a fingerprint magnet, he says the fingerprints become visible the instant you start using the laptop, adding that it's impossible to keep clean. Perhaps as troubling depending on who and how you are about such things, the midnight machine might scratch like mix master Mike. He's a musician, DJ, does a lot of scratching. Quoting I download blog again, the vast majority of reports describe dings and scuffs around the edges of the USB-C ports, some people also reported scratches on the cover, these nicks are mostly permanent, so if you prefer to keep your gear and pristine condition, you're probably better off picking another color option. I guess the question I have is how much time do you spend staring at your ports? Zone of tech posted pics on Twitter of the, I guess, worrying where, no, it doesn't look as good out of the box, but I don't know. Maybe I'm a badge of honor kind of guy. More news in a moment, but first a word from better help. Sponsor of today's show. You get one brain. Kind of stinks, but that's it. You get one brain. It controls everything you do.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Back. We're going to talk about gas again. It's going to be great. We're going to talk about nothing. We are. Well, briefly. David, get into it. So nothing announced the phone one. It's weird. You're going to talk about it more next week, I think, but tell me about it. Yeah, so nothing is my least favorite named company, possibly on Planet Earth right now, because it all it has done is made it impossible to talk about. But after months of hype and then eventually just like leaking everything, nothing launched the phone one. It's starts at €399. It's actually like a thoroughly mid range Android phone. But it has some cool stuff, some of which we've talked about on the show, like it has lights on the back and does some neat stuff when you charge and has some cool ringtones and a 8 bit wallpaper thing going on. We're going to talk a bunch more about this next week, Alison Johnson and our team has one and has been playing with it and using it. And she's going to have a lot of thoughts and John Porter on our team has also used it in we're going to bring them together and talk about it. But I feel like we've gone through this like crazy months long hype cycle. And I feel nothing is the honest truth. I get to see all the end of all this and I just don't care about this phone. It's just a whole lot of nothing. Right? Allison did tell me that this was one of the hardest things for her to write because just the urge to have a pun every single sentence was just like too great. Oh yeah, you either can't use the word nothing ever in your story or you have to use it in every single sentence. Those are your two choices. There's like a handful of phones that are not going to get sold in the United States. Like web traffic is a poor proxy for actual attention or importance. But we'll use it here. Was it the Xiaomi M 12 with a huge camera monster camera? And then the nothing phone one, they both, people just wanted to read about them for a minute. And then we were like, but here's the phone and everyone was like, no, but the idea of this phone was actually much more interesting than the phone itself. A 100%. And I think that's part of the nothing story. You guys will get into it. But I would just say it's an interesting moment in tech when people are more excited about the idea of tech products than the products. And they're like, whatever, but blue bubbles, and they just move on. But which I think is part of why the nothing thing kind of worked, right? Because their whole pitch this whole time has been the current state of consumer technology is boring. We need something new and different and exciting. And I think I would quibble pretty hard with the premise because like foldable phones are coming and they are glasses are coming and there's like really interesting stuff starting to happen in consumer tech. Processors are super interesting right now. Processors are super interesting. But then it's clear that that idea resonates with a lot of people. And I think a lot of people signed up for this ride of like show me something genuinely new and different that I will get down with. And it's the same with the Xiaomi phone with like look at this bonkers camera we did or like I wrote a short thing about these ASUS raw gamer phones that people were super excited about. It's like people are desperate for something that isn't just an iPhone. But nothing ever quite delivers. You did it. Nothing. That was a good one. That was great. It's perfect. All right, we've got more or nothing coming on the Wednesday show next week. Let's quickly talk about the back to Apple. Let's quickly talk about the apple betas. Because they're out, some parts are great. Some parts are weird. Yeah. We'll start with a great stuff. Micro anger bursts. So we got to get a recalibrate, and a reset. You got to flush it all out. No macro anger. The lock screens on iOS 16 look really cool. Allison loves them. People love them. I mean, I'm excited about them. They're better at cutting out hair than portrait mode. Obvious reasons, right? They have more time, the pictures are already taken, you'll get a one O one, so you got to do a live free, but it's just like very funny. But they're cool. Widgets are apple and widgets. We're going to figure it out. Continuity camera stuff and Ventura on the Mac looks cool, where you can use your iPhone as a camera. It's buggy, it's in beta, but that's cool. It was anything actually. Marques brownlee did, I think it was like a YouTube short that I thought was really useful. If you have a bunch of flat stuff on your desk, it actually works really well. And you get a good sense of how it's trying to do it because if you hold the thing up or give it any shape, it starts to morph, like you can just tell how much processing that camera is trying to do to figure out what it's looking at on your desk. But it seems to work pretty well. I'm kind of impressed. Yeah, so there's good stuff in here, good ideas. And then there's stage manager, which David, I'll just let you run. It's a mess. Stage manager, I have not yet decided if stage manager is a horrible idea that no one ever should have come out of a meeting saying yes to. Or is a reasonable idea that is just not at all thought through. But basically, I got an 11 inch M1 iPad. It's very good. Alex loves iPads. Can confirm iPads have a lot of good things going for them. Installed the beta, you have to go to stage manager. It's like buried in settings. It's very much like a mode that you've turned on. And as soon as I turned it on, I stopped having any idea how to use my iPad. It was like unbelievable. So basically the way that it works is you have piles, which we've talked about is literally what they call them. That is Craig federighi word, they are piles on the left side of your screen, and then in the middle you have the apps that you're using.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Today, Explained
"What is up people of the Internet? I'm marques brownlee, AKA mkbhd. And I just want to quickly tell you about my podcast waveform. So I've been making tech review videos on YouTube for over a decade and through the years, I've gotten my hands on some pretty cool jaw dropping tech. On waveform, along with my co host Andrew manganelli, we take a more in depth look at some of the most recent bleeding edge tech out today. We cover the crazy stuff that you don't see every day like camera robot arms and rollable TVs. But we also covered the everyday tech like smartphones, laptops, and the influx of EVs that seem to come out. What feels like every other week. All that stuff. So if you want to stay up to date with the latest tech and Internet news, you can find us on Spotify, Apple podcasts, or anywhere you listen. See you there. One week ago the most influential Japanese politician since maybe emperor Hirohito was assassinated. Tonight, the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe shocked not just Japan, but the world. Shinzo Abe was killed while campaigning for his LDP, the liberal Democratic Party, which days later gained a super majority in the Japanese parliament. Prime minister fumio kishida pledged to continue working on Abe's legacy. I'll work on challenges that Abe could not solve on his own. The election win could be key in realizing Abe's ultimate vision for Japan. He wanted to make the Japanese state better defending itself. He wanted to build a proper national security establishment. He wanted to lift the restrictions on what the Japanese military could do, both just to defend Japan, but then also to work in collaboration with the United States and with other countries. Shinzo Abe's call to arms
"marques brownlee" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Seamlessly drag it from one display to another. But yeah, it's been, I would say the show, we launched the entire verge off the back of this show. Yeah. We brought that audience over and for the folks who've been there the whole time with us. That's incredible if the folks who have joined us over the years, it's a pretty fun show to do. It's a pretty great community. So thank you all for listening. Okay, now get out of here. You can talk about computers. It's like my dad instincts expressing affection kick in. Now get out of here. Go make some money. Let's talk about WWDC. Broadly, David, we talked a little bit. It was great to be there in person. I know there was a lot of dunks about Apple brought us all out there and then we watched a video. Yes, that's just inherently optically silly that that occurred. But it's not like during a live WWDC. I was raising my hand and being like, Tim, number of questions. It's always a presentation. I mean, in a funny way, you could actually argue it was better to watch the video live, like actually being there, then sometimes it has been in the past to sit in the audience because there are a lot of things that when they do those AR demos, that's always my favorite when it's just like a person walking around on stage with their iPad. To be on the stream, you can see what they're looking at and they cut around and it looks sort of cool. We're just watching a person wander around a stage looking at an iPad. And so it definitely was like we flew to Cupertino to watch a video. But a, that's only like a small part of what WWDC actually is. And B, the vibes were just so good. People were so happy to be around these people again. It was actually at Apple Park in the spaceship in their huge gorgeous cafeteria, which was really cool. It was just, I don't know, it was fun to be back. I think in part just because it was fun to be back, but also like they did the event pretty well, I thought. They did a good job. David kept describing the vibe is the first day of summer camp. It was. Like everyone was just happy to be outside together, right? And then the point is not the presentation. The point is afterwards, we got to hold the computers in our hands. And I saw Phil schiller and Greg Josiah in Tim Cook walked in. He was Ariana Grande surrounded by security and everyone got very quiet. There was a very strange moment. First there was clapping and then there was a dead hush. And it's like, is he going to like the MacBook Air? He went and looked at it. Zoe had never seen it before. What if he just thrown it to the ground? It would be amazing. An amazing troll would be like, if he was like, what is this? Well, that's kind of what it felt like, because normally he used to have Johnny ive, who would give him the tour of Apple products, but this time he just sort of walked around by himself, being like, um. Well, no, the huge contract people. He was nowhere was nowhere nearby himself. No, but there was no one to like give him dog and pony show. It was just Tim Cook sort of casually considering a laptop in front of hundreds of TV cameras. It was truly on. And there's also the event itself. It feels amazing to even remark on this, but we were all together. We were sitting behind marques brownlee and next to Renee Ritchie and Joanna stern was two rows in front of us and Jason snow was there. And I high 5 Gruber. We were together and being able to watch all those people react to the news all at once. It's a very different feeling than watching a streamer on Twitter. So yes, it's very funny that we went to Apple Park for the world's fanciest drive in movie. I stayed home. I wore my pajama pants, just rolled over off of my bed to cover the event. It was great. It is easier to vlog at home, especially off the stream. Except for this one where the stream was like 6 minutes behind or something. We lived in the future by being there. No, no, you guys were almost exactly two minutes ahead of us. And so I kept reading the live blog and be like, all right, next person, get ready, and they're like, how do you know? And I'm like, the like. I also David and I are rusty. We invented a bunch of these moves, and then we completely forgot them. I was like, did you bring a camera and David was like, I did and go find fear in our video producer. Get an extra camera off it. So we're going to get better at. But that part was great. I just want to say that we haven't done events in three years. Google had a handful of people at IO. There's been a handful of weird Samsung one in one out moments. Apple just did it. And it was great. So it was cool to be there. It was cool to be in the Steve Jobs theater, although we weren't actually in the theater. We were just in the beautifully lit hands on space above the theater. Is that where they showed off the laptop was in the lobby? Yeah. Well, the wildest thing and I've definitely mentioned this before. The wildest thing about the Steve Jobs theater is there's speakers all around it like hidden in the grass and you walk up a long path to it and they just play like new age music and it sounds I kept describing it is like the wedding march that Tom Cruise would have played at a Scientology wedding to Katie Holmes..
"marques brownlee" Discussed on This Week In Google
"And if it's out of control, I don't follow it. So much more so than anything else, because Reddit unlike Twitter or Facebook or anybody else, doesn't push subreddits into your face that you aren't a member of, right? You see just what occasionally they're promoted. I always turn that off when they have. Hey, here's a subreddit you might turn that off immediately. So you only see what you want to see. So it's very much like usenet, but better. Yeah, I mean, look, we know how hard it is to do a social network without moderation. Use down in flames for a while. Literally, in flame wars. Well, I had to, for the book, I had to add in something about the well. And I was never a well guy. I thought there were a bunch of snots. But I don't even know what they were talking about. The whole earth electronic link, it was run out of a little houseboat in sausalito for some years, very big with the digi rotti and Bay Area. Stuart brand started it. What did you say about it in your book? Well, the fascinating thing about it. I was talking about the lessons learned in the early days of the Internet. And so I put that in there plus the reviewer, my manuscript thought it would be good to talk about it, and that he was right, so I did. What I didn't realize was number one, wired called it the most influential network on earth that had only 10,000 members. But it was influential people for its time. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And they charged. They made it free. That's a journalist. That's right. But what was fascinating about it was I didn't realize that there was a case, Katie hafter, I think wrote about this shorter book. Where the wizard stayed up late was her book about the Internet, where wizards stayed up late. And she wrote about the well and there was a, there was really bad trolling. Not just kind of generic people coming in now and getting. Oh, she wrote a book on the well. You're right. I did not read this. I have to get this book. And so they came in and there was one guy who died. What? From trolling. No. Okay. And he had a relationship with a woman on the well, and it turned bad, and they each had problems, and it was so it was a very early example of trolling. And the problems that if you don't watch it, the well was famous for saying, you could read this three ways. You own your words. Right. That was, you know, the copyright to them. It was also early section two 30. Hey, not our problem. You better watch it out, but it also said you're responsible for them, which I liked that as a motif that Facebook should have said from the beginning. By the way, the well still exists. It's not the same. It's a well dot com. Wow. Yeah, I was on the well for a few years. And it was weird. Never heard of this, but it's the first experience I had at the Internet because you could drop through the well software into the Internet. So it's how I got online on the Internet. Cool. I'm going to have to read Katie's book. By the way, speaking, I did not. This is a sign of the times. Marques brownlee was at the Met. Well, where were you, Leo? Good on him. And that is not a white tie, it is a black tie. It's not a white tie. But he looks pretty darn good. Good on you. That's a sign of the times, right? That a YouTube star is that this geek used to, even that. Yeah, the geek YouTube. There's been influencers. The Met is co sponsored by Instagram. Yeah. So there have been influencers there. It is co sponsored by oops. I didn't know that. Okay. Okay. Cool. I'm just adding a little extra class now, by the way. He does. Oh, wow. He is a star. I can't believe we had the temerity to offer him a job. Did he even respond? Yeah, he said, well, I'd like to keep going to college. Thank you very much. But what he was thinking is, are.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on xperi-test-v1-t
"Put it on my Instagram. So the thing is that Lisa won't let me follow you, sure as she says it's too sexy. No, so this is the thing. TikTok. If I wear my yoga pants on TikTok, you think that would be no. That's your brand. I find the things that do well for me on TikTok are like, I could make cat sounds and then out of nowhere, that got more views than my other ones, which were like really thoughtful, serious posts. Is that a good thing? I think that's a good thing. It's not a good thing for you because or any creator because you can't figure it out. But I think it's a good thing for the platform. Once you do, you start doubling down on those things that work. Right. Right? That's the key thing. Yeah, that's the key thing. And that's one point that I made in the articles that ultimately it's this consistency thing. You have something that works in your really hyper consistent diet and consistent on the quality. There's a set of guys I'm sure. Like marques brownlee, for instance. Right, right, exactly. It's all about quality. He doesn't even do that many videos. But he's standard. They're so good. Casey Neistat. Same thing, right? Just brilliant editor. Yeah. I mean, those guys have taken a break. Wait a minute. What's happening in the case? Casey has been on a bridge. Again? No, I mean, he's not on YouTube as much as he used to do. He was doing so much. And he's post, but it's not like he does it in the same way. Right. Okay, sorry. Go ahead. I got shocked when I heard that. There's a couple of guys on TikTok who their whole thing is, they take somebody's questionable or something that they've done and they say you'll be amazed. This works. And they actually say, does it work? Like every single TikTok is, does this work. And that works. They've actually, they've really found a way of digging into the platform in a way that feels really intrinsic to it. And built the wrong brand on top of it. But you have to be going back to what we were saying at the beginning of this whole talk is that you have to have this level of commitment. You have to work really hard at it. You have to do it multiple times a week or a day. And you also have to put up with the fact that often you're going to fail. Yeah. It feels like it's a part time job or full time job. And then I would say with the celebrities, I mean, I think some celebrities just join it, and there are some that TikTok knows are joining, right? They've been trying to get them on for the past year. And then they join and they kind of give them a little boost or discovery. Well, I know that's happening. If I go to the front post, if I go to the front page of TikTok, suggested accounts, Gordon Ramsay, Will Smith. I'm Kevin Hart Selena. Jason Derulo all over it. And yet I have a feeling. But are those really, I'm sure they're getting paid by the management company. I don't know who knows they might be, but also because they're getting suggested. They know they're going to blow up there so they know they're like ahead of it on those platforms. But those guys Will Smith and derulo, like a really good examples of people who understand the platform and use it in a way that makes sense. And you can see the difference in how some people get on and they're like, I barely know what I'm doing here. Yeah. Yeah, I'm looking at Will Smith's TikTok's 13.3 million 7 million, 4.2 million. Is that good people around him? Like his YouTube channel is also fantastic. So you hire somebody, you hire a young person. He has a team. He's like they figured it out. Yeah. Which is, by the way, if you're a young person and you're trying to find fame and fortune, don't do it yourself. Just sell yourself I'm a young person. I understand how this works. It's true. I know her work. You get a job with Jason Derulo or somebody. Yes. All right, let's take a break. I've been having too much fun and I've skipped way past break time. I shouldn't have brought to you by extra hop. Extra hop. We were talking about the solar winds attack. I'm going to actually when we come back, I want to talk about it. There's a funny story with that. This sunburst attack scared the bejesus out of big companies, governments, little companies. It was a wake-up call, frankly..
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"Though. To be fair, did they really use that? Those words of cleaning your device. So they didn't. I just read that to you. Yes. So well, there you go, then. That's fine. They got a ghetto. They didn't say it is Microsoft, right? Yes. You don't generally sell Apple products. No. And maybe they meant cleaning macOS off your iMac. Yeah. If you wanted to delete macOS, you decided to do it. Well, yeah, you're right. I mean, you can run Windows on the Mac if you've got an Intel one. Someone actually put up they said, oh, it wasn't even an Intel one. It wasn't the old style. But you can run Windows on there. The parallels at the moment you can run it and you can get the windows arm version, which is a billion, but basically it was a screw up. Someone clearly just went to the wrong folder. Although why? Why does Microsoft have a library of Mac images? I just did a Google search, didn't they? Possibly, yeah. There's always these are always fun. Marques brownlee. Mkbhd is notorious for pointing out big celebrities are promoting products, specifically normally like Samsung products. And they're tweeting about it from iPhones. He points to the point that he got blocked by Gal Gadot once. Oh, really? Oh yeah, yeah. This is one of the most famous ones where she was tweeting for Samsung, I believe it was, and it was something about the new galaxy lineup, but instead sent from iPhone. And he posted the picture, and she blocked him. And he talked about it in media. And he's been notorious for catching these and posting them pretty quickly before anybody else really catches them. And it's just, it's become just really fun memes at this point. It's so funny. As you know, Mark, I've been along that and you have two, been at Microsoft buildings where we're sitting there talking to Microsoft people. And all around the place, everyone's sitting with a MacBook. And nobody wants to admit that. Not everybody, obviously. And I imagine I will see one thing though, I will see one thing in Microsoft's defense here. I've noticed our certainly before the pandemic when I was traveling a lot, especially going from say Scotland to England. On the long train journeys, it used to be the case that every every single seat every single table had someone sitting And then there was a change. I don't know what it was, and I imagine it's a corporate decision, but it now seems everywhere you turn it surface books, our stuff is pros. And yeah, there's definitely a shift going on. I imagine that's a corporate decision. Clearly, the machines are Microsoft and they're using them. And surface pros just looks so cool. Don't care what it looks like. Max were just terrible with their heat when they went into their keyboard problems, Mac laptops were terrible for the longest time. So yeah, I think that's yeah, I want to get very seriously to guys, because I do have a story to share, which I'm very sad about. And I'm going to share it with you a bit later on the program, because I'm honestly devastated by this news, we'll get into it later. YouTube. Go and find some new stories, because I've got Brian fischler coming up next from that real blind tech show. He is going to be joining us to talk over axe con 2022, the big digital accessibility conference that was held virtually again this year, and why he was involved. Why was a New York comedian invited to an event all about digital accessibility to find out next? This is double tap Canada. We'll be back in a moment. Hey double tappers want to get involved, call the show now at one 8 four four 9 7 one one 9 9 9, or email, feedback at AMI dot CA, and have your say. This is double tap Canada. It's a tech show, honest. It really is. And while those guys go off in search for it, news stories for us to talk about because I'll be honest, I've been struggling this week, so hopefully Mark can Sean come up with something. We are going to be joined by Brian fischel and I, though, from that real blind texture, he's a New York comedian, he's blind. He's got a lot to see on a loft topics, including gaming, yeah, and that is why he was asked along to the axe con conference recently, a fantastic event held virtually this year and an opportunity for lots of developers and coders to learn about the value of accessibility and the value of coding for disabled people, right? So that essentially we can all take part. So yeah, really interesting to find out all about this. Brian, greater view on double tap, Canada, lovely to have you here on the show. Tell us a little bit about axe con then and what it actually is. Yeah, axe count is put on by DQ systems and GQ is doing some fascinating work because what DQ systems does to my understanding, I don't work for the company I don't represent the company. You have to have that disclaimer for everything you send nowadays. They basically are consultants where mid range to even, I guess, you know, Fortune 500 companies will hire them to train their accessibility department. And more and more companies obviously are putting a focus in an emphasis on accessibility and universal design. And axe gun will consult with them over best practices and train their staff. So that way they'll have an internal staff to get up to speed and so axe con, I guess, you know, with everything that happened with sea sun because axe con from my understanding used to be a pretty big sponsor of sea sun and two years ago I was at sea sun and things were not handled the greatest and I guess DQ probably felt the same thing. And they broke off and started their own conference and it's gotten pretty big. I believe they had over 20,000 it was all virtual, completely free online. Anybody could sign up for it. And I believe they said they had over 20,000 attendees and sign up ease. I guess this year, I don't know if everybody attended that signed up. But they are talking about certain Tim Berners-Lee was the keynotes and one of the main keynote speaker this year. For those of you not familiar with him, he's the guy credited with inventing the World Wide Web he gave us the HTTP. I'd like to think he's done more than that, Steven. I don't know, because I don't know his whole. It's great. But hey, you know, and I don't even think we need to use that anymore. Do we? No, so yeah, exactly. So thanks for nothing, Tim. Yeah. Just move on though. That's it. We've had your fun. I mean, I often thought of him like, you know, the guy who invented the first telephone, you know? I don't know. I don't know what he did necessarily that's a controversial topic because he said Alexander Graham Bauer wasn't Marconi, I think, the Italians. Well, you know, I'm Scottish, so it was Alexander Graham bell, right? So I'm not interested in facts. As you know, it's all about feelings these days, Brian. Exactly. I feel that's the right answer. I feel you're correct because I can't spell Marconi. I don't know if it's Marconi, Marconi. Anyways, I'm getting hungry. That's all I can tell you. Is that a topping for pizza market? But getting back to X continent. So axon and they had just a wealth of talent speaking at this year. I didn't attend a ton of, you know, I can only take so much because so much of this stuff gives over my head. So it's there for us to learn about, but it's best practices for universal design a lot of WCA G in the way the web is evolving, and it's all about accessibility and accessible design, making your website accessible. Hey, ding, ding, ding, no overlay companies were present. Oh, interesting. Right, okay. Yeah. We didn't name them in case the tunnel litigious on us. But you know who you are out there. So rocky with all that in mind, why the hell were you invited? It's kind of like that plot to die hard. I think I was invited by mistake, you know?.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Around that still uses like the one two three four 5 6 password or whatever. Yeah, the replacement cycles for Wi-Fi are very long, right? I don't know. I've probably only replaced the route or a couple of times. So it's not like a winning product. If you're looking to generate and so do people will people just bypass this and use their cellular plans then. I'm not quite sure actually how people manage this. I got to imagine during the pandemic that really motivated people to upgrade their Internet and finally do that thing that they needed to do. But does Apple sort of think that the world is going to have more Wi-Fi in the future. Like Wi-Fi 6 or more 5G and sort of terrestrial networks and that type of thing. Or even satellite going forward. And so therefore investing in a home router system actually isn't really the play. It doesn't make sense. There is no faction within Apple that believes satellite is the future. Other that believe 5G is the future. When they were developing the M1 chip, there was a team looking at integrating a modem into the M1 chip. So there was a lot of discussion about including 5G on this new MacBook Air. That's going to be coming out. To be clear, I'm not I don't really think that there's going to be 5G and this new MacBook Air is just they looked at, including cellular in it. And based devices, which would make a lot of sense, right? It would be great to have a cellular option on my MacBook Pro. Definitely do it one day. I think they will. Obviously, they have it in the iPad at this point. So it would make a lot of sense to me. Mark, let me jump in with a listener question, which will be completely jumping to a different thing. But. How soon would we get an M chip in an iPhone? Apple's chips always in two directions. There's the chips for the phones and the iPads and there's the chips for the computers. Or is it inevitably going to be one ship sooner rather than later? These are just marketing names, right? They can see a radically call the chips and the phone or the Mac, whatever they want. The M1 is essentially the a 14 X that they would have maybe put in the iPad last. So in terms of the M1, what is the M1? Well, the M1 is in a 14 X so the iPhone will be getting the a 16, this fault. So it's not going to be. Let me ask that in a different way then. Would it ever benefit them to say what you get in your phone as the same thing you get in your computer or is that sort of defeating the marketing purposes of being like, oh, no, these computers are wicked fast. They can do things that phones can't do. Like, would there ever be a purpose to them unifying even the marketing end of that? I mean, all the Mac chip is the base matchup, the M1, the M two and the M three or whatever. It's basically the chip in the iPhone with, I believe, three extra CPU cores, and four extra GPU cores, right? All it is is expert pores. So it same chip, it's just a little bit of a different core count. And can they get an iPhone out the door that has battery life it has today or proper battery life after jamming in three extra CPU cores and four extra GPU cores that aren't even necessary. So yeah. I mean, these are marketing decisions and what Apple likes to do these days. They like to slap on a cool name or make pool marketing decisions to drive interest in a product. So for example, you know, they could have just called the chip inside the iPad the 14 X instead, they called it the M1 in order to make it a little bit more interesting. I was on a podcast a few weeks ago and I thought, I asked the question that I thought was pretty funny, would you buy the Mac studio if it was called the Mac mini pro? And it gave a few people on the podcast puzzle. Maybe I wouldn't buy it. If I called it back, but I think it's interesting because it's called the max studio. And so Apple has these marketing techniques that really drum up interest in their products. So you never know what their marketing engine is going to come up with. You were talking about the missing with the HomePod, what's your take on, I'm going to call it a miss at the verge called it a miss marques brownlee called it a miss the studio display seems to have landed with a bit of a doll sud. Do you have any theory behind why it sort of underperformed people's expectations? Apple was looking for a fairly quick development process and low engineering overhead fashion of getting a cheap monitor out the door to pair with some of these lower end Macs, the max studio and such, right? And the quickest way to do it was to take a panel similar to the one in the LG display from pose 6 years ago now and put an apple casing around it. So I think it was just an engineering time thing. I think that monitor was in development for under two years. Not a long time in terms of apple's development cycles for their devices. So they also want to make their 50% margin on it. And that's why you see that $1600 price point. I think the high end display, the new 7 K is going to be quite interesting. What do you think is going to be interesting about it relative to what's out there in terms of the pro XDR? It's going to be the same thing except it'll.
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"That Bloomberg report I told you about yesterday, the one that had Apple reportedly cutting iPhone 13 orders this quarter by 10 million units thanks to a lack of processors from Broadcom in Texas Instruments. Lots of forget about it today from the financial front. Apple three ran part of a note from Morgan Stanley analyst Katie Huberty if people are selling. She says she's buying. After saying that she and hers have heard nothing concrete about iPhone production bottlenecks, Huberty's note says regardless of whether supply challenges become more pronounced near term, we'd remind investors of three data points that support a by the view on the back of supply driven disruption. Those are said by the analysts to include preferential treatment from suppliers and ability to beat the odds as witness from the start of the pandemic through the end of 2020, and the customer base that will wait for iPhones to be available rather than jump ship. Puberty has an overweight rating on Apple shares, or a price target on the shares is $168. Coming in just as bullish as Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives. That piece from Apple insider gathered up the thoughts of a few analysts, including his, like puberty, Ives, things would be iPhone buyers will wait. Taking a step back, he writes 5 million to 10 million units moving out of the December quarter into the March quarter due to well understood supply chain issues is not a worry for us and ultimately speaks to a stronger demand trajectory than the street had been anticipating. He is double plus positive on Apple shares, his price target on the shares is $185. JPMorgan analysts amygdala says analysts should have seen production cuts coming or really that cuts should not be completely surprising. While every 5 million iPhones postponed is about ten cents off December quarter earnings per share in his estimation, those phones will eventually be made and sold. Quoting Apple insider, chattery notes that JPMorgan has continuing to see demand and interest for the iPhone 13 lineup, tracking better than investor expectations. He says the supply issues may only push the timing of upside for apple investors. He digs Apple shares in a positive way, his price target on the shares is $180. I have no use for Goldman Sachs analyst rod hall, where apple is concerned. He has been nothing but wrong on the company for at least a couple of years now. Apple insider chose to include him in their roundup for some reason. I guess it is worth mentioning that not every analyst is shrugging off the Bloomberg report, but E or is always going to be E or why ask him about the weather. Rod hall has a hold reading on Apple shares, his price target on the shares is $140. Now the punchline. There may be no iPhone production reduction. Mac rumors highlights a pay walled report from digit times that says component suppliers for apple's new iPhones have claimed no cut back in orders thus far this year. When it comes to product rumors, I tend to distrust digit times. When it comes to the supply chain, I don't know how far I trust the site, but what they say is worth noting. Even if the Bloomberg story is correct, it's not that big of a deal, according to oh. It's not that big of a deal, according to another report from Bloomberg. Earlier this year, a Bloomberg says, Bloomberg said that Apple had ordered roughly 90 million iPhone 13s through years and that would have been a 20% increase from the 75 million units that it is typically ordered in previous years according to the report. Lop 10 million off the 90 million and the latest Bloomberg piece as you're still ahead of where iPhone 12 was at a similar time in its initial run. Yes, there are things to worry about, but the Bloomberg report isn't one of them so says the other Bloomberg report. NDAs have ended for the Apple watch series 7 reviews. The verdict looks like Apple has another winner on its hands or your wrists. Apple must pull money quotes from a slew of sources, TechCrunch, the independent and CNBC, all see the bigger screen as a big improvement, I knew like the bigger display as well, though they don't see the need for an upgrade unless you're a sporting a series three or earlier. And gadget seems to feel the same way for any one sporting a series 5 or earlier. I didn't see one dang against the series 7 that I kind of felt as well. Apple and cider also gathered a number of reviews, including one from marques brownlee. Quoting the site. He is disappointed with the range of colors now available particularly for the base aluminum model. Apple doesn't offer a neutral color for the aluminum baseline Apple watch. He says, I repeat no neutral colored aluminum. I know some people might consider the starlight model pretty neutral he says. But it definitely has a warmer hue than a silver wood and midnight has a slight blue hue much more than a black wood. I wondered about that. I suspect the midnight model had in my way will be close enough to black or space gray for me. That would have been happy going brushed aluminum again, no. Anyway, if you're cool with the colors, brownlee says the series 7 is the best overall smart watch for the iPhone still. Make way for another big bunch of beta updates, apple inside around a couple of reports Wednesday, one of those says that the fourth betas of iOS, iPadOS and tvOS, 15.1, we're out to developers along with the fourth beta of watchOS 8 one meanwhile the other report said that the tenth beta of macOS Monterey was out to the same developer crew. If you're in the developer program, they are there for the taking. If you're in the public beta program, there is a pretty decent chance they'll turn up for you. Sometime today. Apple has taken the fight against sideloading to well I was going to say the paper, but it's the 21st century. That said, building a trusted ecosystem for millions of apps, a threat analysis of side loading would be 31 pages long if we did the whole paper thing. Instead, Apple three says the Cupertino company posted its response to the EU's proposed digital markets act to its site I have not read it yet. I can't even pretend I have the part pulled by Apple three, has apple making the same argument it's made time and again. Outside the walled garden, there be monsters. Inside, when monsters get in, apple can kill them. If side loading from third party app stores were supported, says Apple, malicious apps would simply migrate the third party stores and continue to, in fact, consumer devices. So goes part of apple's argument. I hope to read through the report in the coming days. If you'd like to, too, it's available through Apple cite. You can find that at Apple dot com slash privacy..
"marques brownlee" Discussed on Subtly Weird With Usman
"Know, there's a lot of green up. 5 years walking experience. The list of things you are supposed to know guy. I feel like I'm starting to know. It's too long ago. Delta, okay, food stock developer. One day at least these stocks from front and back end. Oh my. Do not require requirements or requirements. Yes, everything. You knew everything. Meanwhile, university. You have to work three years in a company for it. You actually get to one 50 key payment. Will you do it? You know about that, but I slowly put on Instagram over again of two guys charting. So one of the presenters said, I need an application like YouTube. YouTube is big. There's a reason I cut the term to create an application for you as a developer. But as a full study. But can you imagine? Like that type of process now, we know discourage some people. Yes, dude. Like if I'm willing to put in years and years into many, because, you know, it's a constantly evolving thing. You have to keep a lot of those in your head. You have to keep up with the trends in the industrial community. Exactly. Everything. 45 K was living Legos. He met us. And when all these organizations are giving jewelry, they are looking for people to play roles in their companies. I actually feel the payments as I put each other. That is wrong. And no, no. I think that thing is just to cope the number of applicants. See, if they know what they are looking for, they know where to apply. For a job that they will list anyway. They can not put him on. Because we are qualified people. They put $200 million. This will reply. And they can not produce people. And they can not keep up with this. So they are looking for you to walk. They are looking for somebody that is just starting out. They want to take advantage of somebody who is growing. That is looking for money. You should not be invested with money is important. One of the is to come as a reward. Rather than it's been the motivation for D what you do. You should do it like marques brownlee said he's a YouTube bubble, he's doing what he loves and he has never felt it for you. The money comes as his side benefit to keep the team running. Shake it. So that's my own opinion on it. What do you think? If he normally says, if you do what you love, you live it in your life. Exactly. So if you do it the morning you just go, it will come. And I think we should also, I think I want to also see that tech is usual with people. Well you see double distance like that. And you know what y'all would. If it is negotiable and you are really you really want to work there. If you find a way that you benefit you just like them so I can't be sure who they read them are going to show us for you. So that's too long. Yes. Yes. He's just great for your job. Even if I don't speak. Now as I'll do that, I've included in that times and you are approval as you work at the contract. And then you just sign. For my time, after demon, you feel like the money is now what it's like because I thought you were really for stocks. Otherwise you get your ideas. You actually start develop a day. So you get anti rest, I just like entry level intense. Now community things. So December, obviously, I pay you know milk. So tech is out there listening to this. Anyway, that will be invested in tech space. Our advice you just watch out. Just keep your head level. Your first say something of PHP is not bred possession. But okay. Then Stephanie, I think the reason why companies or companies, this is why they do what they do, especially this part of the world, whereby police put out the job. It's ridiculous. It's because quite too much. In this part of the world, I just beginning to see analog age to the general most of the. Importance of most of these ten years so and apart from that and apart from fact that they're doing it on that's not so people out there it boils down to our society, like I said earlier. So people out there, they just want to live, let me put it to you, but I'm sure for this, for this I wasn't doing that time. What can I win? Did we use you? Looking forward to you. We use you. Yeah. Yeah. You know, as most companies are transiting to data like cloud computing now. Like AWS Amazon Web Services now just like people that are able to detect and they need them now. So they just realized that as a company, if you put all our workload, we are the conference now. Today, last week. So most companies are looking to put all their data on the cloud now. So it is the workload I reduced passenger and improved P but in the process of doing that, let's say a company that has always been analog before they want to transition to digital age now. And they know that these are the things needed for data science. Do not put it up as a job adverts. For one person, you know all those.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra review
"Note twenty and twenty ultra no twenty and not twenty ultra how the fastest processors in the galaxy series it comes with an. All new laser autofocus sensor, and for pro video mode, we also built an extra controls to give you videos an extra kick the no Tony Ultra like okay. Well, you you saw the issues with the s twenty ultra. He added a laser to it and then you made it made it a note it seems like it was really straightforward. I thought it was really good but it seemed like it was a really straightforward phone. I bet if there were no focus issues on the twenty ultra, it would have just been the same thing in a much more square. Body he basically and a Stylus was probably the plan. But yeah, they they fixed that little that focus issue and for phases tech delivery, and then they made a note and that's that's what a lot of us we're looking for. So I like that phone well, and it's like you know forty broke you know don't don't fix it until they fixed the thing that was broken they kept the rest of the same true. The regular note twenty though is just a baffling phone. What is the deal there? I called it the nope twenty was really happy with that title which I loved the title. Ever, house so jealous. It was I mean it's a thousand dollars and I for the longest time I didn't really in my device reviews go super deep on pricing because you know especially even with Samsung, it's going to go down over time. You know things change there's various deals in different markets while Blah. So I would just analyze like the device, but now pricing is so important. There's so many different tiers and so much competition at each price range and the note twenty came out and it was just like you put it up against the other thousand dollar phones and you're like this is not anywhere near what it supposedly like what happened here. This is not the right price and I think that actually took away from like actually being a pretty decent phone like that's what ended up talking about in the video is like take the price tag off of it like that's a unique combination of check marks like for a phone and they're offering that and you know once left the price on a thing like clearly this is a bad by, but it was a weird choice for that for that price. Well, so I mean the big thing for me was the the lack of higher frustrate which on the note is in particular importance because it does actually help with a latency. A little bit So you really feel it in theory I. Think you're right. It is the right interesting combination check boxes because if there are people that really desperately need a style if you like in that note world there should be a lower cost option for you like that that's a great idea and then so they made the phone that was of lower cost option for people and they didn't put it at a lower. Yeah, there's like two other phones with Stylus that seen this year I think ones like a four hundred dollar Motorola phone and maybe one other and it's like they did make a pretty unique phone there I almost wonder do you know if it's still thousand dollars? Are they finally lowering it though I mean those those inevitable. Samsung discount. So you can find it for less I. Mean I just published my review. It was relatively late and my original headlined was like. Don't buy it without a discount. That's that's actually the shortages. You can find it relatively less than go ahead and get it. If you can't just wait
What to expect from iPhone 12 online event
"Are you? What are you expecting out of Apple? Well I always know what I'm hoping for, and then what I'm like realistically expecting. So I'm expecting the new iphones basically, it'd be the focus they talked about speed. So yeah, five G. faster chips faster screen maybe fingers crossed hoping actually we should talk about that. We're going to get the the topic today by the way of Samsung we're going to get into Samsung. Like how they deal with screens but I've been saying that at a thousand bucks, you should expect a high refresh rate and I think even saying that some similar things but is that is it okay that apple doesn't like generally the rest of their animations are really smooth or is it like this is a mess you know it's so for Apple, there's a couple of. Weird specifics that apply to them. So number one for me, the iphone is these smooth is sixty hertz phone that I consistently use all give them that but also to apple's like the one company that consistently gets away with the four thousand dollars I should be getting this SPEC and I'm not. They don't get away from that as far as numbers on paper. Pretty. Constantly. So we're not GONNA get a huge four, thousand, five, hundred, million, battery we're. Not GonNa get US sixty four megapixel camera but just you know higher frustrate is one of those things I just I love it on every other phone I can't expect it to not be awesome on the iphone just give it to US already. Yeah. Right. Had It on the IPAD for. Years to have something like that. I mean I'm expecting the exact same thing. I'm hoping that the stuff with like the the wide band doesn't mean that it's more expensive on verizon decided to do that for millimeter wave because a bunch of other people been doing matt but I guess we'll see