Dec 10, 2020
And you thought Apple had the most expensive product announced
this week. Not so fast, how about an app to help you sleep for the
low low price of $899? Apple updates their website to place more of
a focus on people with disabilities but what about fixing
iCloud.com for VoiceOver users? Could Apple be moving to a hardware
subscription model? A recent survey discovered it is not just
VoiceOver users that want Touch ID back. Amazon Sidewalk is coming
and we are not sure it is a good thing. The AirPod Max have been
announced for the low low price of $549. No you did not read that
price incorrectly. We are stunned at this. Apple released their
apps of 2020, but what about Brian and Ed’s favorite apps of 2020.
Brian’s HomePod Mini finally arrived, and we get his thoughts of
it. No time like the present to go over those monthly and yearly
subscription services, you may be surprised what they add up to.
Procter and Gamble makes a plea for more Audio Description for the
blind. Then of course it is more of What’s Pissing Off Brian and
Whatcha Streaming Whatcha Reading.
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Articles Discussed in this Episode.
1. Anti-insomnia app gets FDA approval
2. Apple redesigns its website for people with disabilities
3. Apple will likely offer a subscription service for their hardware
4. A recent survey found that 79% of iPhone users want Touch ID back.
5. Amazon Sidewalk is coming
6. AirPod Max are here for the low price of $549
7. Apple’s best apps of 2020
8. A plea from Procter & Gamble for more audio description
9. Warner Brothers will be releasing all of their 2021 films on HBOmax