The unlimited Loop is daily podcast by The Applesphere, released from Monday to Friday at 7.00 (Spanish time of honor), where we talk about Apple and its competition seen by the prism of the company Cupertino. It's a podcast for about ten minutes, presented Javier Lacort and edited by Santi Araújo.
These are five episodes of this week, you can listen to them in full on this page.
# 086: Forecasts and calendar for 2020
A review of what Apple can bring to us by 2020. Aside from the anticipated calendar, we also note the advent of new imaging technologies such as microLED screens, where Apple has spent its time investing efforts.
# 087: Apple, the FBI and ideas
The case for the recent clashes between Apple and the FBI over Campertino's refusal to give the latter access to any iPhone is not a technical issue. It has a lot of background ideas.
# 088: Apple, FBI and alphanumeric passwords on iOS
This conflict between the company and the agency has led us to appreciate more security related information on iOS. Especially with the type of password we choose for our iPhone and how much or how strong it is before the brute force attacks.
# 089: Apple, FBI and iCloud backups
To wrap up this little trilogy of episode titles, this case allowed us to know Apple's secret encryption techniques on iCloud, which have been deleted simultaneously. Again, a very complex case.
# 090: Tim Cook bath
To end the week in a more relaxed way, we talked about the regular bath in the gym in Palo Alto that gave Tim Cook an idea for investment and support. And now it is reaching the market. And since it's Friday, and the questions and answers in your section, they're not listening.
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- Spain (peninsular period): 7.00 h
- Spain (Canary Period): 6.00 h
- Mexico: 0.00 h
- Argentina: 3.00 h
- Colombia: 1.00 h
- Chile: 3.00 h
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- United States (West Coast): 22,00 h
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