Gaz is off walk-about so Karl Madden from the Mac and Forth podcast joins Guy to keep the UK perspective going. Guy is supposed to keep Karl from Ranting, but nobody seems to be able to stop Guy from doing the same as they discuss the typical coverage for Apple news in the world today.
This month Bart is joined by Antonio Rosario from Switch to Manual, and Stefaan Lesage from the Tech 45 podcast. This show is a bit of an experiment, all three of the hosts brought along a photo by someone else they particularly like, and a photo of their own they particularly like, and talk about them.
The GMen answer every single question you might have about Apple Music. Or at least every question you might think they could answer, so your confusion may still remain after listening. No matter, a fun packed show that you’ll be sorry it’s over, or maybe begun, but only you as a listener can answer THAT question.
Gaz and Guy are back in studio (on two different continents but in studio) and have a lot to talk about. Like car races, past tech conferences, using binoculars to take pictures with phones, and some Apple tech stuff which works out well since that’s what they’re supposed to talk about anyway. With phones now so ingrained in our lives and performing multifunctional roles, does it matter much when Apple releases new music players? That’s the main topic for the GMen this week.
What’s the difference between Marvel and DC movies? Tim Robertson and David Cohen explore that, as well as discuss the Asus X205TA, iPad sales, Apple Music, cheap Apple Watch bands, writing, Gameloft, and an old PowerPC game, Gridz.