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Everyday Robots

Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen

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Everyday Robots is a weekly tech news podcast focused on what’s happening in the Apple world. Also featuring interviews from prominent people in the Apple community. Hosted by friends Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen two self taught iOS developers.
 
The podcast that keeps you up to date on the latest happenings with the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, AppleWatch, Apple TV, iOS and iPhone Apps . We have news, tech tips, hacks, App reviews and interviews all centered around the iOS, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple Watch.
 
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Ep 170 iOS 15.2 Beta 2 Adds Macro Mode Toggle in Camera App on iPhone 13 Pro How to Use Apple's Legacy Contact Feature to Let Your Family Access Your Photos and Data After You Die Custom Mouse Pointers Blamed for Monterey Memory Leak Amazon releases Amazon Prime Video app for Mac Beginning next year, Apple will send you parts and tools to fix your …
 
The folks from The Checklist and SecureMac are spending time with family this week, and yet - we’d still like to be of service. So, we’ve gone back and gathered a few shows that seem ripe for these traveling/shopping/spending time with family days. Find them all in the notes for this week’s show: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Ch…
 
If you’ve got Apple’s Mail Privacy Protection set up and you’ve got an Apple Watch you may not have as much protection as you think. Plus - Apple gives a little insight back to advertisers, and an interesting story of iPhone scams in India on Checklist No. 256 brought to you by SecureMac. Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Chec…
 
Ep 169 Alek kupio novi Android telefon. Backblaze Is Now a Public Company Phoneswap — Swap Out Your Old iPhone for A Better One samsung_fanboy_: Galaxy Watch vs Garmin vs Xiaomi vs Apple Watch in measuring bpm while biking. Marques Brownlee: AirPods 3 Review: Easy Mode! Marques Brownlee: M1 Max MacBook Pro Review: Truly Next Level! Hardware Unboxed…
 
Scammers are using real ads for fake jobs to steal people’s personal data. We’ll look at how and how to avoid being taken. Plus - those fun quizzes telling you which Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle you are could actually be bad for your digital health. Find out why on Checklist No. 255 brought to you by SecureMac. Don't forget to check out our show not…
 
It is too early to say “Happy Holidays,” but it’s never too early for safe holidays. Supply chain and shipping worries have pushed the holiday shopping season earlier than ever. WIth that in mind, we are talking safe holiday shopping on Checklist 254, brought to you by SecureMac. Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And…
 
Ep 168 Former Malware Distributor Kape Technologies Now Owns ExpressVPN, CyberGhost, Private Internet Access, Zenmate, and a Collection of VPN “Review” Websites 2016/17 LG TV owners can now use a new Apple TV+ app — iMore Apple announces record fourth quarter — SixColors Patrick McGee — Chart of the Day: @Apple’s advertising business has more than …
 
Just about everything Apple makes got an update this week, and all of those updates came with security fixes. We’ll look at those in the second part of the show, but first - just when you think Facebook couldn’t be more Facebook, they do it and they do it again. Find out how on this edition of The Checklist brought to you by SecureMac.…
 
On Checklist 252 by SecureMac - Visiting a new danger around stalkerware - Governments want to use tech similar to Apple’s CSAM detection to peek into other parts of our lives - Kids get clever with Live Text in iOS 15 This is Checklist 252 - brought to you by Secure Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch…
 
Ep 167 Miloš Mileusnić: “...pre godinu dana je objavljena studija da je moguće zaobilaženje PIN-a na Visa contactless transakcijama...” vzornjak: “...Vjerujem da se tu radi o kartici koja je odobrena da prepozna uređaj javnog prijevoza bez Face ID ili šifre...” Apple Makes iCloud Safari Bookmarks End-To-End Encrypted — MacRumors Psst! Now you can s…
 
Remember “illusionofchaos,” that security researcher Apple spent the summer ignoring? They’re doing it again - failing to give credit where credit is due. A look at that, plus the bad guys at mSpy are worse than we thought! Problems, Revisited on Checklist no. 251, brought to you by SecureMac. Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com…
 
Ep 166 Apple offers six months free Apple Music to AirPods and Beats owners - MDN Windows Microsoft Store Adds Support for Alternate App Stores Like Epic Games — MacRumors Why Telegram had to follow Apple and Google when they suspended a voting app – Pavel Durov Comparison of SpO2 and heart rate values on Apple Watch vs dedicated medical devices iP…
 
On Checklist No. 249 - A security researcher has found a vulnerability tied, not to using Apple’s AirTag, but to finding one. Plus, another researcher revealing three zero-days has revealed a whole other security issue for Apple. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checkl…
 
iPads, iPhones, watches, TVs - aside from the Mac, just about everything Apple makes got updates this week. While we touched last week on some of what was coming. It’s here now (except for what isn’t) and it just works (except for what doesn’t). Privacy, security, and so many updates on Checklist No. 248 - brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a lis…
 
Ep 165 Miroslav Petrović o detaljima poslednjeg objavljenog servisnog programa za iPhone 12 BBEdit 14: It wasn't just about the money - Mac Admins Podcast Na 55:09 Rich priča o Electron aplikacijama i da li bi ga koristio da napravi BBEdit za Windows Ford poaches Doug Field from Apple, executive was leading the 'Apple Car' project — MDN Microsoft s…
 
This week, The Checklist looks at software updates for every bit of Apple gear aimed at plugging the vulnerability exploited by NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. Plus - Apple’s 80-minute media event features about one-minute on Privacy and Security. We’ll ponder why on Checklist No. 247, brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell fri…
 
Tii 0506 - Apple September Event - iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, Apple Watch Series 7 Give us a call - 206-666-6364 Send us an email - todayinios@gmail.com Links Mentioned in this Episode: Today's Sponsor - Libsyn.com - Promo code = podcast411 Apple Zero Day update 1 Apple Zero Day update 2 Apple Event Apps Mentioned in this Episode: Tii …
 
Back from a hiatus Jonathan and Mark give their first impressions of Apple’s California Streaming event. They unveiled a modern iPad mini, iPhone 13 & 13 Pro, Apple Watch Series 7 and more. Did the series 7 live up to expectations? Is this years iPhone a worthy upgrade? Mark and Jonathan talk about what they’re excited for and what they would proba…
 
Apple shook the privacy minded world last month with its expanded protections for children plans. Now, it plans to take those plans more slowly. News from Apple and reaction to it, plus a country’s caught elbow-deep in spyware. We’ll talk who and where on Checklist No. 246 - brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell friend abou…
 
Ep 164 Apple: iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro Service Program for No Sound Issues Reddit Solo Loop: how is the elasticity/shape after some time? Does it maintain the shape o widen? Better the original or a third part one? MacDailyNews: Apple acquires classical music streaming service Primephonic Edward Snowden: Apple’s proposal to make their phones inf…
 
The folks at jamf are out with a report - “An Analysis of iOS App Permissions.” Working largely from that, Checklist No. 245 by SecureMac looks at: What sorts of apps seek what sorts of access Reasons we should care about those permissions What businesses and individuals can do about controlling permissions Give it a listen, and please tell friend …
 
A couple of tech sites have run ads that look like articles advertising spyware that looks like a child protection app. We’ll look at the latest from mSpy, plus an article that says Apple does not protect children from people who didn’t turn on Parental Controls. All of that on Checklist 244, brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and pleas…
 
Ep 163 Parallels Desktop 17 for Mac works on both M1 and Intel Macs, ready for Windows 11 and macOS Monterey Not important enough: 1Password abandons its native Mac app — SixColors Apple drops lawsuit against security tool-maker Corellium Apple's secret 'double agent' spy lurked inside the iPhone leaks and jailbreak communities Apple-backed 'Matter…
 
On Checklist No. 243 by SecureMac: - Explanations and pushback continue around Apple’s Extended Protections for Children - T-Mobile USA has lost info on over 40-million people - And kids aren’t great at the password thing Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And …
 
Apple made some huge announcements last week aimed at protecting kids. While that is laudable, Apple’s plans raised more than a few privacy concerns. We’ll look at Expanded Protections and Pushback on this edition of The Checklist, brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our s…
 
In this episode Jonathan is joined by Apple Insider’s Stephen Robles. Stephen talks about starting his career covering Apple. From the early days writing instructional how to articles to joining Apple insider and creating multiple podcasts. Then Stephen talks about the gear and workflows he uses to get his work done. Finally they chat about the App…
 
Ep 162 GitFinder Man sends AirTag to Tim Cook and Apple returns it along with letter — MDN iOS 14.7.1 and macOS Big Sur 11.5.1 Patch Security Vulnerability That May Have Been Actively Exploited — MacRumors BBEdit 14 Adds Simple Notes Management — TidBITS Apple Q3 2021 Results - $81.4 Billion Revenue — MacStories Apple Is Now an Antifragile Company …
 
Jonathan has one of his apps on a shirt thanks to Josh Holtz’s Indie Dev Monday shirt designs. Mark and Jonathan follow up on Panic’s super successful Playdate launch. Then a worrying story comes up as Apple employee Ashley Gjóvik is put on administrative leave after speaking about sexism & discrimination in the workplace. Finally they chat about A…
 
On this short Checklist, we look at the new Spyware Detector from iMazing, covering: - Why iMazing versus the Amnesty International tool - How to use it - What it’ll work on and what it won’t Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklis…
 
Jonathan is joined by Basic Apple Guy. Guy talks about how his online persona came to be. Shares some insight into how he creates content like wallpapers, concept art, and merch. Then they chat about gear and what might Apple release in the fall. Finally they share in their excitement for Panic’s playdate pre-order and more. Email: mail@everydayrob…
 
This week on Checklist 241 - Israel is investigating NSO Group, the outfit behind the spyware “Pegasus.” We’ll hear about that, plus the scary state of affairs, as told by The Next Web. Plus - one week after updates for Apple gear, more updates for Apple gear. And how do you AirDrop? We’ll look at a story that may have you reconsidering settings. G…
 
Ep 161 Ukoliko želite da radite u timu koji razvija jedan novi browser, javite se putem Twittera @vladquant, traže Senior Mac Developera koji zna Swift Follow-Up: vzornjak i Mikenziyu watch Service Pricing — Apple Support Apple Watch Series 4 Screen Replacement — iFixit Upgrade your iCloud storage plan — Apple Support Apple's MagSafe Battery Pack: …
 
This week on Checklist 240 - Apple releases updates for everything, then updates for everything else. We’ll look at new features and security fixes. We’ll also look at a world-girding spyware story as Pegasus takes flight. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And…
 
This week Apple releases beta 3 of its new operating systems. Mark and Jonathan talk through the changes Apple has made to Safari. Then they talk about Apple’s new MagSafe battery pack that will probably work with future iPhones. Finally they chat about Apple’s new in depth tutorials teaching people UIKit and SwiftUI. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tec…
 
While online ads may anonymize your data, there’s a whole industry working to put that data and your identity back together. We’ll talk about that, plus stopping spam calls and stolen passwords from stolen iPhones. It’s all on Checklist No. 239, brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to c…
 
Ep 160 Apple Decentralizes From Silicon Valley, but Workers Just Want to Be Remote “Android is now open-source, in name only” A specific network name can completely disable Wi-Fi on your iPhone Brazilian criminals detail how they gain access to bank accounts from stolen iPhones HomePod Users Complain of Sudden Failures, Could Be Linked to 14.6 and …
 
This week Jonathan and Mark talk about a cool Apple themed calendar Stephen Hackett has put together. A weird leaked never released WWDC intro video that features Larry David as the head of App Review. Then they chat about the back and forth stories about Apple and its office and remote work plans. Finally they wonder what will come of new rumors f…
 
In the movies, bad guys are often taken down by a tech vulnerability. This week, we revisit our look at how best practices could make bad guys better at being bad. - Where Khan went wrong - Some of the Empire’s greatest mistakes - And who are these aliens messing up our Independence Day? Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don…
 
Is it a data leak, or data lake? We'll talk about the personal info of LinkedIn users that's up for sale. Also - what’s going on with who’s health records? And revisiting ID in Apple Wallet - all of that on Checklist No. 237 brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show not…
 
Ep 159 Mikiju stigle zamenske AirPods, PodSwap radi. Dok su AirPods slušalice bile odsutne, koristio je Xiaomi M1 earbuds Blackmagic Design vebinar "Otvorena Vrata" — Macola U.S. software mogul John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison — MacDailyNews, intervju Patrika Bet-Dejvida sa njim The $0 Apple Update That Changes Music Forever — Jonathan Morr…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan talk about beta life and what they’re running on their devices. The new design changes in Safari and what its been like living with them for a few weeks. Then they talk about Apple’s excellent WWDC session videos on inclusive design. Mark shares some of his experiences helping his job to be more inclusive to those who ar…
 
Apple has a plan to put government IDs in the Wallet App on iPhone. Convenient? Sure! But, as with anything new in technology, there are concerns. We’ll look at those from the technical side and the philosophical side with SecureMac’s Nick Leon on Checklist No. 236, brought to you by SecureMac. Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this sh…
 
On Checklist No. 235 by SecureMac: - The problem with buying tech from the blacklist - Apple tightens security on AirTag - A surprising security change coming for iOS Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com…
 
As WWDC 2021 has ended Jonathan got to hear from some members of the Apple community and find out their thoughts on the event. In part 2 of the WWDC special we hear from: Zack Becker, KayDaCode, Ish Shabazz, Christian Selig, and Jeff Rames. So what were some of the things they were most excited for? What API’s and announcements didn’t we get this t…
 
As WWDC 2021 draws to a close Jonathan got to hear from some members of the Apple community and find out their thoughts on the event. In part 1 we got to hear from: Becky Hansmeyer, Frank Foster, Mark Aupont, and James Thomson. So what were some of the things they were most excited for? What API’s and announcements didn’t we get this time around th…
 
Ep 158 Reminder: Google Photos is ending free unlimited storage on June 1 | AppleInsider RX 6900 XT versus other GPUs in iMac Pro — Bare Feats Amazon Devices Will Soon Share (Some) of Your Home Bandwidth — TidBITS Apple in the Enterprise: A 2021 report card — SixColors Apple: Learn How to Deploy and Manage Apple Devices HomePod Mini Launching in Mo…
 
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