Daniel Eran Dilger in San Francisco
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Radio: Apple iPhone 5c & 5s, Touch ID

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Gene Steinberg of the Tech Night Owl invited me to talk about the new iPhones, iOS 7, Microsoft Windows Phone and of course Google’s Android along with segments featuring Leith Speights of Insider Software and USA Today’s Rob Pegoraro.

Warning: I get a little cranky.

NOW PLAYING! September 14, 2014 — Daniel Eran Dilger, Leith Speights, and Rob Pegoraro

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2 comments

1 Damfino { 09.15.13 at 9:32 pm }

That was a terrific article in Appleinsider this weekend! Even though it was too long for the average “Fortune” writer, it was just what I wanted to learn.

During the event, I figured that something big was up since Schiller (of all people) led off a major iPhone announcement by talking about things like word length, instruction set, registers, die size, etc. What kind of cell phone customer would even have understood what the hell he was talking about??

Apple must have decided that they needed to talk past the average cell phone shopper to make a more important statement.

Someting Big was up but Apple was not going to tell us what it is! You did and that’s why your article was easily the best I’ve seen this week. I hope that Appleinsider has figured out that this is exactly what they need to be publishing.

* crankiness. I don’t pay attention to the riff-raff. Horace has commented that he always bets against the “professional” analysts — for obvious reasons. He even made a graph of predictions of the “professional” analysts vs the amateur bloggers and showed that the professionals were the consistently the big losers. That’s all I need to know. They don’t have any skills so they are financial analysts.

2 bft { 09.17.13 at 6:01 pm }

I don’t know what’s up over at technightowl.com/, but for the past month or so, it’s been timing out and never comes up in my browser. And I was getting the timeout error message from iTunes earlier today (9/17).

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