Queue the spy music, cause on this week’s CultCast, our very own Buster Heine sneaks into Apple’s under-construction Arizona Sapphire Crystal factory and reports back what he’s found. Plus, WWDC dishes out golden tickets like they’re Willy Wonka; what you can do about HeartBleed; all that’s been revealed in the ongoing Apple V. Samsung trial; and you asked, so we answer: why we love Apple but would never want to work there.
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CultCast #122- The Golden Ticket
On The CultCast this week
Leander Kahney – Cult of Mac Editor-in-Chief, loyal subject of the Queen.
Erfon Elijah – Cult of Mac writer and host of The CultCast.
Buster Heine – Cult of Mac writer and community manager.
Adam Christianson – Absolute gentlment and host of the Maccast podcast.
This Week’s Stories
Buster goes rogue, sneaks into Apple’s Sapphire Crystal Plant (discussion)
All we’ve learned from the ongoing Apple V. Samsung Trial (discussion)Related