We found 3 episodes of Mavis with the tag “ios 11”.
Episode 10: That’s When I Stopped Doing Birthday Cards
October 11th, 2017 | 1 hr 24 mins
10.5”, andrew hathaway, annoying, apple, big bang theory, dime novel, discovery, episodaversary, facebook, field notes, field notes brand, gm, ios 11, ios 11.1, ipad, ipad pro, jordan appleson, julian kay, mavis, mavispodcast, notifications, star trek
Welcome to the 10th Episode of the Mavis podcast! After the celebrations, we turn to hating on Facebook and discussing our issues with their stupid notifications. We also discuss the social ethics of birthday messages. Jordan picked up a new iPad Pro 10.5”, In which we then hate on iOS 11, or at least Jordan does. Initial thoughts for the first 2 episodes of Star Trek Discovery and finishing up with a surprise Field Notes review!
Episode 9: The Functionality? Stupid.
September 27th, 2017 | 1 hr 26 mins
andrew hathaway, apple, apple tv, baron fig, code, coding, engineering, gm, hard cover, ios 11, iphone 10, iphone 8, iphone x, jordan appleson, julian kay, mavis, mavispodcast, microsoft, notebook, pen, series 3, software engineer, stationery, tv, watch, watchos 4
New Apple TV, Apple Watch, iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Issues with iOS 11 GM. Jordans new Baron Fig notebook set. Finishing up with some stories on how we got in to software engineering.
Episode 7: The Notch
August 30th, 2017 | 1 hr 27 mins
950 xl, andrew hathaway, cop button, ds, essential, essential phone, flat tyre, gameboy, homepod, ios, ios 11, iphone 8, jailbreak, jordan appleson, julian kay, leak, lumia, mavis, mavispodcast, mcdonalds, microsoft, minecraft, moto 360, nintendo, playstation, runescape, secure enclave hack, the notch, touch id, windows, windows mobile, world of warcraft, wow, xbox
Julian fixes his Lumia 950 XL in a “smart” way. The iPhone 8 finally gets it’s discussion, back to Touch ID nightmares and more importantly, how will The Notch turn out?! Ending the show with a good old chat about gaming histories, feeling nostalgic and getting stupidly close to relapsing our addictions with games.