Guilherme Rambo, 9to5Mac

Guilherme Rambo

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Apple running early access program for Apple Arcade, here's what it looks like

Apple announced Apple Arcade back in March when it held its special event dedicated to Services. Apple Arcade will allow iOS, Mac, and Apple TV users to pay a flat monthly fee and access a bundle of otherwise paid apps through the App Store. Apple is currently running an internal early access program for its … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 049: "Old enough to make reasonable decisions"

Rambo explores running iOS apps on the Mac with Catalyst, John falls in love will full screen mode all over again, and Apple’s new security measures for Mac apps and batteries cause a bit of a stir in the community. Also, tips for minimizing distractions, our first app crushes, and how come SwiftUI won’t run … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 048: "The beta battle"

Could Apple ship an iPhone that has both TouchID and FaceID, what goes into building truly fluid UIs and animations, and how to balance A/B testing with esthetics and usability when evolving a product? Also, are Apple’s latest betas ready for our primary devices yet? Sponsored by Bitrise: a fast, stable and easy to use … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 047: "How to fix Siri"

Do humans really need to listen to Siri requests in order to improve them, can an iPhone be transformed into a HomePod, and could Xcode be used for web development? Also, Rambo’s TV gets a HomeKit and AirPlay update, while John’s TV turns out to be a bit of a globetrotter. Links → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 046: "The ship has been shipped"

Rambo goes on a shipping spree while also finding out exciting new info about this year’s iPhones. In the meantime John cheers himself up by writing a Markdown parser, and the Pixelmator team embeds their entire app inside of Photos. Also, what does it take to build up an audience and to make a blog … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 045: "A vintage development setup"

How to decide when to cut a feature from a project, what could the refreshed MacBook lineup tell us about the future of Apple’s laptops, and how is the current state of Apple’s betas affecting third party developers? Also, why on Earth did Rambo buy a 2008 MacBook?! Sponsored by Hyper: Save big on Hyper USB-C … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 044: "Enjoyment is a kind of tech spec” with special guest Federico Viticci

Special guest Federico Viticci joins John and Rambo to discuss the current state of the iPad, how it has evolved over the years and his impressions on iPadOS. We also discuss automation and how it relates to focus and productivity. Sponsored by Hyper: Get HyperCube to automatically backup photos & more to microSD or USB … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 043: "Accidental spelunking"

John builds a hot reloading tool for writing HTML in Swift, Rambo accidentally discovers details on how SwiftUI’s previews work, and Jony Ive goes indie. Also, tips on professional communication, different approaches when it comes to adding analytics to an app, and much more. Sponsored by Hyper: Get HyperCube to automatically backup photos & more … → Read More

iOS 13 beta 3 suggests new wired method for transferring data between devices

Earlier today, Apple released the third developer betas of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS Catalina. While new betas are usually focused mostly on performance improvements and bug fixes, it’s not uncommon for new features to be discovered. While looking into the code changes between iOS 13 beta 2 and iOS … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 042: "Hiding in plain sight"

Continuing to analyze the announcements made during this year’s WWDC, on this episode, John and Rambo turn their attention to the Swift Package Manager — and how the fact that it’s now integrated into Xcode is a big deal for many Swift developers. Also, how did Apple manage to hide SwiftUI for all those years, … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 041: "Craig ruined my translucent dreams"

John and Rambo dive deeper into backend-driven UIs using SwiftUI, as well as transparent backgrounds for third party apps, and the potential of using NFC for automation purposes. That, and more reflections on this year’s WWDC announcements, and whether the Mac Pro is actually designed for developers. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 040: "From Swift to spelunking"

It’s time to dive much deeper into SwiftUI! John and Rambo talk about everything from how and when to adopt SwiftUI, to how it relates to app architecture, and how the Swift language itself has evolved to support its declarative new syntax. But of course there’s also a brand new Rambo Report, and the WWDC … → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 039: "Turn the hype level up to 11!"

WWDC 2019 is here, and it’s a big one! John and Gui break down the top announcements, features and new developer tools in this grand WWDC special episode of the show. So fasten your seatbelts, it’s keynote analysis time! Sponsored by MacStadium: Get 50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code … → Read More

iOS 13 includes references to Apple's Tag device for tracking personal items

As 9to5Mac has previously reported, Apple is developing a Tile-like device that can be used to track a user’s personal items using the new “Find My” app introduced at WWDC yesterday. The product is known only as “B389” by the people involved in its development. Now, the first beta of iOS 13 includes an asset package … → Read More

iOS 13 includes references to Apple’s Tag device for tracking personal items

As 9to5Mac has previously reported, Apple is developing a Tile-like device that can be used to track a user’s personal items using the new “Find My” app introduced at WWDC yesterday. The product is known only as “B389” by the people involved in its development. Now, the first beta of iOS 13 includes an asset package for a device with the product type “Tag1,1”. This type of asset package is used… → Read More

Apple releases first developer betas of iOS 13, watchOS 6, macOS 10.15, and tvOS 13

Apple has just released the first developers betas of iOS 13, watchOS 6, macOS 10.15 and tvOS 13. The updates are available through the developer portal, for members of the Apple Developer Program. Currently, the iOS 13 beta must be installed using an IPSW through iTunes, we’ll update the post if a profile is made … → Read More

Apple announces RealityKit and Reality Composer

As previously reported by 9to5Mac, Apple today announced a new framework for app developers called RealityKit. The new framework should make it easier for developers to integrate 3D content into their apps, including content in AR. The framework also comes with a companion developer tool, Reality Composer, that will make it easy for developers who … → Read More

Apple officially announces tvOS 13 for Apple TV

Apple has today unveiled tvOS 13, the newest Apple TV operating system, on stage at its WWDC 2019 keynote. Earlier on today’s keynote, Apple previewed one of its original shows, “For All Mandkind”, that’s coming to Apple TV in the Fall. The new version of tvOS will have support for multiple users, every user gets … → Read More

tvOS 13: News, Features, Release Date, etc

tvOS 13 is coming to the Apple TV in the fall of 2019. New features include user profiles, PS4/Xbox One controller support, and more. → Read More

Stacktrace Podcast 038: "The infamous checkbox"

WWDC 2019 is just a few days away, which means that it’s poker time! But before getting to the predictions, gambling and the bets, John and Rambo talk about the launch of WWDC by Sundell, Rambo’s latest scoops on iOS 13, and Apple’s surprise-release of a new iPod touch. Sponsored by ZUGU CASE: Get the new … → Read More