14 Sep 2017
Face ID on London Tube
Episode 57 of our podcast is released and available for download (MP3, 56mb).
In this episode @robbiemccorkell, @alexsavinme, @AJCumine and @marcelcutts chat about following hot topics.
- Using Face ID with Apple Pay when on London Tube
- Importance of plugging your phone into a multitude of different devices
- All those prices of the new Apple phones
- Reasoning of releasing 2 new iPhones simultaneously
- First world problems of the premium iPhone affordability
- Home button as an important part of accessibility
- iOS as the first mobile OS to manage device memory
- Deeper pixels
- Getting professional photographer out of their jobs with neural networks
- Chances of unlocking a phone with a face of your evil twin
- Uniqueness of fingerprints
- How a smartwatch with cellular capability could save your evening
- Fingerprint sensor embedded into a touch screen
- Local neural network vs remote and very global neural network
- Enabling multiple users to access the same phone
- Zero-one-infinity rule in software
- 4K HDR things
- True 24 fps and how many people can actually notice that
- Improving headphones connection during a long flight with a bit of wiring and how it can attract unwanted attention
- The Fractured But Whole
- Technical details on ways of watching season finale of Twin Peaks which might or might not be a thing. No spoilers.
- On a variety of Slack-like clients in the Enterprise world
- Definition of things that are truly revolutionary
- How did Tesla make some of its cars travel further during Hurricane Irma?
- Software limitations of hardware features
- Planned obsolescence of the modern products
- Killer feature of MacBook's touch bar