Thu, 19 February 2015
Jony Ive and his infamous design team aren’t simply creating the Apple products you use and love, their influence is reshaping Apple itself. On this episode, we look back at Jony’s humble start, and examine how Sir Ive and team became the powerful core of the world’s greatest company. Plus, we bet you just can’t wait to get behind the wheel of your very own Apple-made…. minivan? We'll fill you in on the latest Apple Car rumors.
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This week’s links
Intro: The iPhone call that started it all
The Shape of Things to Come: How an industrial designer became Apple’s greatest product
It’s time to rewrite Apple history — with more Jony Ive
Apple Gears Up to Challenge Tesla in Electric Cars
Touch ID might be coming soon to MacBooks, Magic Mice and trackpads
Our Under Review links:
Buster loves Darkroom on iOS for non-destructive photo editing.
Leander reviewed the Avea Bluetooth LED bulbs and liked them so much he went out and bought ten.
Erfon thinks the audio fidelity of Tidal’s music streaming service is incredible, but its Mac app is a stinker.