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Macworld is the world's leading source for information about Apple and the Apple ecosystem.

Customer Reviews

Lost its seriousness

Really looked forward to each episode for many years. Recently the show is like a morning drive show - everything has to have a laugh associated with it. No more for me. Bring back the editors and writers and lose the cutesy talk. Just my opinion.

suzie ochs and her “YEAH"

can someone PLEASE tell suzie to stop saying "YEAH" all the time for no reason, it can drive you nuts while listening to the podcast. Jeez, if you played a drinking game every time she said "YEAH" you had a shot, you'd die of alcohol poisoning before the episode ended. act like a pro girl!

Was good, now not

As a lover of tech news and Apple products, I really liked and look forward to this podcast. I thought Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell did a good job of putting on an entertaining and interesting show. But Susie Ochs--with her opinionated viewpoints and snobbish tone--is really difficult to listen to. Literally. Her voice trails off mid-sentence and can never hear the last part of what she says.

I hope they replace her, I'd love to have an alternative to MacBreak Weekly, which is beyond obnoxious.

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