Waiting for Review

Two iOS developers from opposite corners of the globe, attempting to make sense of life, technology and everything else in between.

About the show

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.

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  • 134: Heidi and Ish - Capsicum Creators!

    September 19th, 2019  |  1 hr 18 mins

    In a special episode, our guests are Heidi and Ish, creators of Capsicum App and more. We welcome them back to the show to talk about their launch experiences, the highs and lows of seeing massive public interest on day one, and where they're taking it next.

  • 133: By Iteration Only

    September 12th, 2019  |  42 mins 21 secs
    event, iphone, keynote

    The Apple September 2019 hardware event arrived like an early Christmas! New phones, iPads, watches and more 🎉

    A solid set of updates, with something for everyone. We look across the new line up, and the things in the event that stood out.

  • Episode 132: Charlie Chapman and Dark Noise

    September 5th, 2019  |  57 mins 8 secs
    app store, indie, interview, launch

    We return, fresh from our summer/winter break, with a brand new season!

    This week we have a very special guest on the show, Charlie Chapman, developer of the app Dark Noise.

  • Episode 131: Season finale

    July 25th, 2019  |  30 mins 42 secs

    Dave Nott installs Catalina on his unsupported Mac to dig into Xcode 11 and Swift UI... Meanwhile we've a bit of an announcement to make. We're taking a short break across the summer (in the Northern hemisphere at least!), and will be back in a few...

  • Episode 130: We don't have a plan

    July 18th, 2019  |  34 mins 45 secs

    After realising we have little to no plan for this weeks show, we handily remember that we got new MacBooks last week - phew! We discuss the new 13" MacBook Pro, the rather interesting 1.4Ghz CPU that sits within it and reflect a little on the 12"...

  • Episode 129: Could full time indie be bad?

    July 11th, 2019  |  45 mins 22 secs

    Could full time indie be bad?

  • Episode 128: Ive got news

    July 4th, 2019  |  39 mins 15 secs

    Ive got news

  • Episode 127: I Live in Hope

    June 27th, 2019  |  47 mins 16 secs

    A leaky roof, a poorly car, and an app update

  • Episode 126: A Slippery Slope

    June 20th, 2019  |  52 mins 51 secs

    Apple Watch, monitors, SwiftUI and indie development

  • Episode 125: WWDC 2019!

    June 10th, 2019  |  48 mins 43 secs

    The Mac Pro! Swift UI! iPadOS! This dub dub was absolutely packed full of lots of new things

  • Episode 124: The One Before Dub Dub

    May 30th, 2019  |  36 mins 23 secs

    The last show before WWDC, we talk about some of things we hope to see from the Keynote on Monday

  • Episode 123: The Elephant in the Room

    May 23rd, 2019  |  47 mins 36 secs

    We begin the show with a trip down memory lane, as Dave Nott does some retro gaming. Dave Wood takes stock of things, after an incredible week of being featured on 9to5 Mac during the launch of his new app, AirSynth. AirSynth landing page AirSynth...

  • Episode 122: Dealing With Rejection

    May 16th, 2019  |  28 mins 30 secs

    Dave Wood gets an app store rejection, and Dave Nott has been busy on his news reader app

  • Episode 121: Developing AirSynth

    May 9th, 2019  |  46 mins 45 secs

    Dave Wood has finished development on his new app AirSynth. We discuss the finishing touches needed to send it to the App Store.

  • Episode 120: Too Many Lakes

    May 2nd, 2019  |  36 mins 49 secs

    Email vs Slack and possible delays for Intel to reach 10nm.

  • Episode 119: Quite the Week

    April 25th, 2019  |  36 mins 39 secs

    Dave Wood has a new Mac Mini, and we've had a boat load of leaks. Rumours abound for the upcoming releases of iOS 13 and macOS 10.15. Something tells us WWDC is going to be quite something this year. Music by Broke For Free Attribution 3.0 United...