The MacRumors Show: Jon Rettinger Talks WWDC 2022 Expectations, iOS 16 Wishlist, and More

Jon Rettinger, YouTuber and founder of tech website TechnoBuffalo, joins us on The MacRumors Show podcast to take a deep dive into our expectations for WWDC and what we would like to see from Apple's forthcoming software updates.

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The ninth episode of The MacRumors Show follows Apple's announcement earlier this month that the Worldwide Developers Conference will take place from June 6 through June 10. At the conference, we expect Apple to announce iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and possibly some new hardware. During the episode, we talk about our hopes and wishes for Apple's upcoming software and share our thoughts on the possibility of a peek at new devices.

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Top Rated Comments

Red Oak Avatar
9 months ago
This guy is a clown

Here he is in 2016 on CNBC comparing Apple to Blackberry and predicting Apple’s imminent demise

Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
w5jck Avatar
9 months ago
The poop meter went off the charts within 4 minutes. First snd last time I will watch, or even start to watch, such dribble. Turned it off and went back to my boring routine…
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TouchedByAl Avatar
9 months ago
I stopped following his YouTube channel when it seemed like he would constantly create videos on his decision to get an android phone then a month later post a video about going back to iPhone. I get it there’s a lot of neat tech but I don’t need justification videos to approve another $1,000 phone purchase. Whether drives up likes and discussions..
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sideshowuniqueuser Avatar
9 months ago
My iOS wishlist:
- Clean up all the bugs
- Give it a filesystem. Where I can create a folder structure; transfer files in and out of it at will from any other computer/phone/device, using any wired or wireless connection, just something simple like plug it into my Mac, and have it's show up in Finder just like plugging in an external drive does; open any file and have it open with the default app for the file type, with ability to control which app, as per macOS. How hard is it ffs, I mean, iOS is built on the *nix OS in the first place, it's already there, they just have to make it available.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
God of Biscuits Avatar
9 months ago

I stopped following his YouTube channel when it seemed like he would constantly create videos on his decision to get an android phone then a month later post a video about going back to iPhone. I get it there’s a lot of neat tech but I don’t need justification videos to approve another $1,000 phone purchase. Whether drives up likes and discussions..
he’s rich enough at point that it’s meaningless to “switch” Phones. He has no idea the impact to someone who the cost matters to. Hell, I don’t even think switching EVs at this point has much impact on his life. its just YouTube lifestyles of the rich and bland.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
God of Biscuits Avatar
9 months ago

My iOS wishlist:
- Clean up all the bugs
- Give it a filesystem. Where I can create a folder structure; transfer files in and out of it at will from any other computer/phone/device, using any wired or wireless connection, just something simple like plug it into my Mac, and have it's show up in Finder just like plugging in an external drive does; open any file and have it open with the default app for the file type, with ability to control which app, as per macOS. How hard is it ffs, I mean, iOS is built on the *nix OS in the first place, it's already there, they just have to make it available.
by default each app gets visibility into its own app file folder doan and no other app‘s folders. That‘s been true from day 1 of iphoneOS. There are external shared locations now, but any other type of sharing is a UI conceit. “Just making it available” isn’t that simple. They’ll never break the “the app owns its folder exclusively” paradigm. They can’t. Too much depends on it, and that restriction ripples into behaviors that aren’t obvious or direct if you expose Finder-like filesystem manipulation to users.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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