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Guest John Siracusa joins Jason to talk about HDTV, the future of the Mac, and pizza.
We discuss Apple’s recent results, why analysts get Apple wrong, the fraught nature of fans, epistemic closure, and whether the iPhone can continue to grow.
Ben Thompson: Bad Assumptions – Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Apple the Black Swan – Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Best – Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Smartphone Truths and Samsung’s Inevitable Decline – Stratechery
James Allworth: Who Cares if Samsung Copied Apple? – Harvard Business Review (note: due to a website redesign the comments have been lost)
Marco Arment: Apple Has Lost the Functional High Ground – Marco.org
Marco Arment: What It’s Like to be too Popular for a Day – Marco.org
Ben Thompson: iCloud and Apple’s Founding Myth – Stratechery
Epistemic Closure – Wikipedia
‘Epistemic Closure’? Those Are Fighting Words – New York Times
Ben Thompson: Two Bears – Stratechery
Ben Thompson: The End of Trickle-Down Technology – Stratechery
Loyalty Gives Apple the Edge Over Android – AllThingsD
Ben Thompson, @monkbent, Stratechery
James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review
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Guest: John Chidgey
We discuss whether or not Apple has lost the functional high ground.
Apple has lost the functional high ground
by Marco Arment
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Dan Benjamin is joined by Victor Agreda Jr. of TUAW and Adam Christianson of Maccast to talk about the Apple 2014 iPad Event.
David and Katie are joined by some premiere developers to developers including Dave Teare of 1Password, Ken Case of OmniGroup and Greg Scown of Smile. We discuss the processes of developing for iOS 8, new iPhones and more.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the doings at Apple’s September 9th event including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and Apple Watch.
The young men (and Stephen) of The Prompt gather one last time and discuss Overcast and IBM.
This week, Stephen, Myke and Federico revisit Google TV and Android L, then discuss the phenomenon of Sherlocking.
Dan Benjamin is joined by Arnold Kim of macrumors.com, Victor Agreda Jr. Of TUAW, and Haddie Cooke from 5by5 to discuss the WWDC announcements after really letting them sink in, Apple’s future, so-called missing hardware, the rest of the year for Apple, a
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