Another week and another Apple round up. A fake iPhone gives Mark an idea, Barry’s waiting to record Parkopedia fall outs and Karl tries to keep us on track about this self driving car stuff. This week’s Worth A Chirp gives a shout out to customer service, Fitness and once again 1Password.
This Week’s Talking Points
- Today’s iPhone 7 leak reveals sleek black handset – TrustedReviews
- Apple Partners with Parkopedia, Allowing Users to Find Parking Spaces & Garages, Even Reserve Parking Right From Apple Maps – </geek.0>
- Tim Cook says Apple won’t repatriate money to US ‘until there’s a fair rate’ – CNBC
- Intel will start building ARM-based smartphone chips – The Verge
Intel Inside Does the the younger generation recognise Intel as a brand ?
Apparently Jim Parsons does Intel adds so they might.- YouTube
- Discussion:- BBC reports that Ford talking about self driving cars (no steering wheel!!) coming in 2021 and Volvo talking about testing self driving cars next year. Are Apple going to do their sit back and then trump all with a car or do we think that its more likely they will still partner with car manufacturers and stick to the software.
Nemos Hardware Store
It’s not quite the end of the summer season yet and John has some equipment to help you take your iPad out on your travels with you and some rather interesting swimming goggles.
UAG Folio iPad Air 2 Feather-Light Composite Case – Amazon
UZBL iPad 2 Cases – Amazon
Comfortable Swimming Goggles designed for Kids – Smaller Goggles For Kids Heads – Tinted – 100%UV Protection – Frogglez Amazon Link.
Worth A Chirp
- Barry : Chillingo customer service
- Karl : MyFitnessPal – App Store
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- Mark : 1Password subscription
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