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iMore show

By Rene Ritchie

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Avis des utilisateurs

Losing interest

This podcast is hosted by some very smart and talented people but the overt cheer leading (Rene) for everything Apple is tiresome. The recent Apple Education events coverage underscores the degree to which this podcast's hosts have swallowed the Apple koolaid. Compare this recent coverage with Accidental Tech Podcast's coverage of the same event. Exception being Georgia Dow. I've been a longtime supporter of Apple since 1990 but Apple hardly needs third parties to haul water for them. More real world critical insight and analysis please.

Great content. Not consistent

I really enjoy the iMore Show. The content is well thought out and hosts are witty and blend each other’s talent and expertise. The thing I don’t like is the long time that goes in between shows with no rhyme or reason. Or not information for the listeners. I get that fall is Apple launch crazy.

Informative but Boring

The show is very informative and the cast know what they are talking about, especially Serenity and Rene. For that reason the show is good. However, the show is quite boring. The cast has little to no personality. They tend to make jokes that I personally consider lame but to some they may be fine. The show could use some more lively and entertaining people like The Cultcast. Perhaps a segment that breaks the cast out of their regiment and allows for some more fun - perhaps a game of some sort?

At its heart the iMore show is about getting information out to the public, and it does that very well. It is a very informative podcast and I’d suggest giving it a listen.