Thu, 11 February 2016
This week: neighbors complain of peculiar “motor noises" emanating from Apple’s secret auto labs; the strange error that’s bricking iPhones everywhere (and how to avoid it); and, has Apple lost their way? Some pundits are arguing Cupertino needs to shape up and start shipping better products. We discuss!
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On the show this week
Intro - Alan Greenspan recommends the Apple IIc
‘Motor noises’ complaint at Apple’s auto campus fuels speculation
Does Apple have a software problem?
iOS 9 bricks iPhones with unauthorized Touch ID repairs
Everything you need to know about iOS’ crippling ‘Error 53’
Tim Cook gets sacked by Twitter for blurry Super Bowl photo