If you pre-ordered your new iPhone 3G S to arrive at your house, you may have a special surprise on Wednesday or Thursday. Plus, we talk about Apple's mysterious decision to place a slower SATA interface in the new MacBook Pros and Robbie gets ready to hang out in line on Friday.
The iPhone 3G S has been announced and we discuss the missing MMS and tethering features at launch thanks to AT&T failing to deliver on time. Snow Leopard's upgrade cost and features makes us look forward to the Fall, and MacBook Pros drop in price and gain power. POWER!
With less than a week to go before Phil and gang take stage at Moscone for the WWDC keynote, we discuss the current rumors and the chance that they will come to fruition. We want to remind everyone that we will be blogging live from Moscone Center on June 8. Join us for live blog fun.
Rumors about video downloads on the iPhone gets the staff excited about traveling again. More rumors about the iPod nano getting a camera, and Apple gets ready to build a $1 billion server farm in North Carolina. What will it be for? We throw out a few options.
The rumor mill is heating up as WWDC gets closer. Allegedly, the new iPhone specs have been leaked and the Mac|Life staff discuss the new features. Apple begins testing the long-awaited iPhone push notification and Irn-Bru makes a Scottish cameo in the podcast.
Are the leaked iPhone specs real? The real question is if we believe works at Foxconn are just handing out iPhones to their friends will-nilly. We talk abut another Microsoft ad that insists Apple products will put you on the poor house. Seriously, $30,000 to fill up an iPod? That's the best they could do?
The staff are happy to hear that iTunes 8.2 may have parental controls for the iTunes App Store. Finally, apps won't be rejected because of swears and parents can feel better knowing that their kid isn't playing 50 Cent's upcoming Death, Sex and Drugs RPG for the iPhone. (Not a real game, yet).
The staff talk once again about the possibility of an Apple NetBook. Verizon may, or may not be, in talks with Apple about a new iPhone Lite and Media Pad, and Snow Leopard gets the staff excited. Maybe too excited.
We get all excited about the Hulu on iPhone and don't want to put too much pressure Hulu developers. We discuss the Apple NetBook rumors and Robbie gives the worst reason ever for owning an Apple NetBook.
A fantasy band is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist: