A weekly discussion between two iOS developers and special guests from the community.
We talk about the Apple ecosystem, our lives, our projects, and usually get far too excited about the release of Apple products.
Waiting for Review is hosted by Dave Nott, in the UK, and David Wood, in New Zealand.
May 28th, 2020 | 29 mins 14 secs
A slight drama this week, where Dave Wood gets hit by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake as we discuss Dave Nott's new toaster, how retail is pivoting in today's environment, and of course, the massive leak / rumor of the upcoming AR glasses
May 21st, 2020 | 25 mins 27 secs
The 13" MacBook Pro serves to confuse us, more so when we consider the recent MacBook Air refresh. If ARM chips are coming to the Mac, are these machines the last of their kind?
May 14th, 2020 | 38 mins 4 secs
Dave Nott mulls a mesh wifi network to improve his home connectivity. Meanwhile, Dave Wood has pushed a big button to leave behind a web host he's used for years, and taken his sites to Linode.
May 7th, 2020 | 25 mins 46 secs
Dave Nott faces a sudden lack of motivation to work on iOS side projects. We discuss how the current climate may be having an impact, and what can be done to rebuild motivation when it vanishes.
April 30th, 2020 | 27 mins 22 secs
After a bumpy start, Dave Nott has his new iPad. One problem, he doesn't really know what to do with it...
April 23rd, 2020 | 33 mins 14 secs
approach, balance, development, hole, indie, ios, management, organisation, rabbit, sink, sinks, swift, swiftui, time, ui
How we identify and avoid getting sucked into time sinks and rabbit holes. A timely episode as this week, Dave Nott has managed to (almost) dodge one while designing his new iOS app.
April 16th, 2020 | 37 mins 46 secs
Dave Nott has taken an iOS dev hiatus these last few weeks. He's had time to consider his motivations for making apps at all and wonders what will become of his next iOS app once it's complete. Set up an indie-ios-shop again, or keep it as a portfolio piece?
April 9th, 2020 | 28 mins 21 secs
We’ve started diving deeper into our on demand tv services. We discuss our respective experiences of Apple TV and the news of tighter integration of Amazon’s Prime video to the platform.
April 2nd, 2020 | 30 mins 20 secs
With both of us in lockdown on our respective sides of the globe, we discuss how we're adjusting, keeping up with our development projects and think about what lasting good could potentially come from this terribly sad situation.
March 26th, 2020 | 34 mins 51 secs
We hope you're all staying safe and well. With everything going on right now, we decided to take some comfort in the shiney new Apple toys that landed recently, and to indulge ourselves in the details of it all.
March 19th, 2020 | 25 mins 17 secs
Dave Wood returns to the show after taking some time out to recover from a bump to head. We catch up with how Dave is recovering.
March 12th, 2020 | 44 mins 43 secs
With Dave Wood still recovering from a concussion, Charlie Chapman is here to fill in. We chat about gaming, managing side projects around being a parent, how WWDC might turn out and of course, we discuss his fantastic new podcast, Launched.
March 5th, 2020 | 58 mins 42 secs
In a suprise turn of events, (Daryl) Baxter joins Dave Nott for an impromptu episode as Dave Wood recovers from a concussion. They discuss the state of the iPad ten years in, whether WWDC will go ahead and how Dave Nott has jerry-rigged a gaming setup out of his 16" MacBook Pro.
February 27th, 2020 | 17 mins 13 secs
It's easy to hold on to a personal identity for longer than you should. After a hard nudge from the universe, Dave Wood considers if his has changed since moving to New Zealand and ponders his next app development move.
February 20th, 2020 | 32 mins 16 secs
Dave Wood gets an unexpected upgrade to a Series 5 Apples Watch, which sparks a new Apple Watch app idea. Dave Nott wins a battle with SwiftUI, but was it the right battle to have picked?
February 13th, 2020 | 42 mins 11 secs
After another week of frustration, Dave Nott begins to doubt the merits of continuing development with SwiftUI. Would it be easier to down tools and move back to the safety of UIKit to get the job finished?