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The Dalrymple Report

Jim Dalrymple and Dave Mark face off on all things Apple, tech, music, and just a sprinkling of hockey.
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Sep 17, 2021

Apple held its California streaming event on Tuesday, releasing four iPhone 13 models, an iPad, iPad mini, and a new Apple Watch. Dave and I talk about each product and what we thought was the blockbuster release of the event.

Sep 9, 2021

This week, Dave and I talk about what to expect at Apple's California streaming event being held next Tuesday. We also talk about the music star rating system in iTunes and seemingly bad people on TV shows that we love, like Heisenberg and Tony Saprano.

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Sep 3, 2021

This week, Dave and I talk about Apple's plans to allow people to put their digital IDs into the Apple Wallet and what that means for users. We also talk about Apple's acquisition of Primephonic, a Classical music streaming service, that will make Apple Music much better. Finally, we look at how Google is using quick phrases to invoke its digital assistant and if it could work for Siri.

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Aug 27, 2021

Google paid Apple around $10 billion in 2020 to have it as the default search engine on Apple devices. That is expected to go up to $15 billion in 2021, and even higher in years to come. Samsung had an interesting week with its ability to block stolen TVs and having a flight evacuated after one of its phones ignites. Dave and I also sprinkle in some follow-up items from last week's show.

Aug 20, 2021

Dave is interested in how many devices you have listed in your iCloud account, something he dubbed as your Apple Score. We also talk about the Apple TV+ movie CODA, and Spatial Audio in Netflix. Finally, reports came out this week about a double agent feeding Apple information from a community that deals in stolen iPhones and other data.

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Aug 13, 2021

In this week's show Dave and I look at rumors that the next iPhone will include Portrait mode for video, similar to the photo feature released a few years ago. We also talk about whether sampling in music is theft or good for the industry, and Dave tells a story about Steve Jobs taking a photo for a family.

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Aug 5, 2021

Did you know that ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons was in a TV Show? Also, Dave and I talk about Apple's newest TV show with Mark Ronson called Watch the Sound where he discusses some key points in music with famous people. Speaking of Apple TV, the company just cancelled one of its shows as it tries to be one of the best services on the market.

Jul 30, 2021

It was a sad week for the music world as Dusty Hill, bassist for ZZ Top died at 72. Dave and I also discuss some of the changes in iOS 15, specifically with Maps and Siri. And Dave gives us an old school iPhone tip that may help you record video a bit quicker when you don't have much time.

Jul 23, 2021

Dave and I talk about some of the features of the Apple Watch this week, including tracking your sleep with the device. We also look at Rick Rubin's new documentary about the Beatles and Dave tells us about a game he found out about called duck, duck, jeep.

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Jul 16, 2021

Apple released a new $99 MagSafe Battery Pack this week—Dave and I talk about whether it's worth the price. We also discuss a crackling problem with the AirPods Pro and how easy Apple makes it to get the problem fixed. And, Ted Lasso is up for 20 Emmy nominations.

Jul 9, 2021

I had a crocodile swim up on me while enjoying a beer and some music in Puerto Vallarta this week. It is truly an amazing experience to see one of those creatures close up. Brazilian thieves detail how they are accessing bank accounts from stolen iPhones and a new Ted Lasso trailer is available, which has Dave very excited.

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Jul 2, 2021

Apple isn't backing down on its work model and require employees to be in the office at least part of the time, which  is upsetting some people. Dave tells us about his trip to New York, and Heineken has a new cooler that will follow you around.

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Jun 25, 2021

In this week's show, Dave and I take a look at some of the changes in Apple's upcoming iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and macOS operating systems. Some of the changes are small, but will help users immensely. Dave also talks about installing his new video doorbell.

Jun 18, 2021

My frustration with Siri boiled over this week when I tried to get my HomePod to play one of my playlists on Apple Music. I love my HomePods, but sometimes Siri makes it difficult to use. Dave bought a new video doorbell and I finally watched Mosquito Coast.

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Jun 11, 2021

Apple announced a lot of changes to its upcoming operating system releases during WWDC this week. Dave and I wanted to take some time to go through some of our favorite changes during this show.

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Jun 4, 2021

Dave and I talk about the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference starting next week. The conference will be virtual again this year, but there should be lots of news coming from the show. Apple also said this week that it expects workers to start coming back to the office in September.

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May 28, 2021

Dave and I talk about my recent review of the iPad Pro and how I found using the device while on a 10-day road trip. We also talked about the new Siri remote, which both of us ordered and have been using with our Apple TV. Dave opens up his window and lets us hear the strange sounds coming from his backyard.

May 11, 2021

Dave and I revisit our discussion from last week about the AirTags, stalking and Android. We also talk about Apple's new vice president of communications, and strangely enough, what do you do if you get bitten by a snake.

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May 7, 2021

Dave and I spent some time talking about the AirTags and whether or not Apple should make some of the safety features work with Android (they shouldn't). We also talked about the sophomore curse as it relates to the second season of Apple TV+ shows being released.

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Apr 30, 2021

Apple reported record second quarter earnings this week, including increases in all product categories. Dave and I talk more about AirTags and all the things that you may want to track with them, and we look at iOS 14.5 and a couple of the new features that impress us.

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Apr 23, 2021

The Apple event is over so Dave and I take some time to discuss all of the products the company announced. We give our thoughts on the iPad Pro, iMac, Apple TV, Apple Card Family, and of course, the color purple. I also took a minute to talk about the Apple TV+ show "The Day Earth Changed," a show everyone should watch.

Apr 16, 2021

Dave and I talk about the upcoming Apple event and what may be released. We also focus in a bit on Apple TV and the rumors surrounding that device. Apparently Spotify has a new gadget called Car Thing, which looks really stupid.

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Apr 9, 2021

This week Dave and I talk about how fake apps on the App Store scam users. Some people think Apple is ignoring the problem, but I'm willing to bet that there is a lot going on behind the scenes to fix it. We also discuss Tim Cook's interview with Kara Swisher.

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Apr 2, 2021

Dave bought a new car, so we talk about his first experience using CarPlay. Apple recently released new Siri voices that allows users to choose a wider variety of voices from around the world. There are more rumors about an a new Apple TV remote.

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Mar 26, 2021

Apple is clamping down on product security, a move the company hopes will stop leaks about its future products. A brother and sister stole millions of dollars of MacBooks from Stanford, and got caught, of course. A cool video takes us down memory lane with some old Apple products.

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