Our askMTJC wonders how many fingers we store on Touch ID. We follow up on how Apple will have us change how we use the next iPhone. We discuss how deep learning is used to shape Siri’s voice, the cost of building apps, and HDR video. Jaime tells us about Microsoft and Amazon’s will combine digital assistants. You can check which of your iOS apps won’t work with iOS 11. Apple and Accenture will partner to build apps. We look at Google’s release of ARCore as an answer to ARKit. Picks: WTF Auto Layout, HIG: Augmented Reality, 360|iDev 2017 Highlights.
This week we follow up on Microsoft’s Windows 98 Security Patch and Dash for iOS is back. We also discuss “To Optional or Not to Optional: IBOutlet”. We round up the follow up with Erica Sadun’s look at Kotlin in Xcode. We discuss the hidden debugging tool UIDebuggingInformationOverlay, Readdle’s new drag-and-drop feature and Amazon’s shoppable stickers. We then peer into the crystal ball and take a guess at what will be revealed at WWDC 2017. Picks: Why Kiotlin is Better Than Whatever Dumb Language You Are Using, A working concept of a holographic Cortana assistant, UIKonf videos and Not-Hotdog.
This we discuss Microsoft’s keynote announcement – introducing Windows 10, Project Spatan web browser, Cortana & Xbox Live on the desktop and Hololens. We discuss Duolingo creator’s pure swift experience building Duolingo Test Center. This week’s picks are Kahn Academy for the iPad, Super Secret Service, Order Ahead, Pizza Splat, iNacho and Cyber Dust. In the after show we discuss Google Glass, first hand, blankets and cats.
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