After a week of Galaxy Fold troubles, The Vergecast’s Dieter Bohn, Ashley Carman, and Paul Miller unfold the Samsung saga with Dieter’s official review of the phone and Samsung’s reaction to its potential misgivings.
Of course, we’ve got drama in another part of the tech word, too. The new podcast app Luminary launched this week, and shows are pulling out of the app. Ashley Carman explains the controversy and how it’s affecting podcast creators.
This wouldn’t be a Vergecast episode without some gadget news, so we’ve also got some leaks from Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, a rumored Pixel 3a from Google I/O, and Paul’s recurring segment “Android tablets are a real gift to humanity, and I think we forget that sometimes” — so keep listening to stay informed.
Stories this week:
- Samsung Galaxy Fold review: broken dream
- Samsung delays Galaxy Fold indefinitely: ‘We will take measures to strengthen the display’
- AT&T is now telling customers the Galaxy Fold will ship on June 13th
- iFixit’s Galaxy Fold teardown reveals its biggest design flaw
- Podcast wars: $100 million startup Luminary launches Tuesday without Reply All or The Daily
- iPad Import
- iPad Windowing, dark mode
- iPad external Display
- Siri Intents & Siri Shortcuts
- OnePlus 7 Pro launch event set for May 14th
- The OnePlus 7 Pro will have a ‘breakthrough’ display and 5G
- Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a may come to T-Mobile
- Google teases new Pixel announcement for May 7th
If you want to see Vergecast Live, we’re doing that. We’ll be doing a live show in Mountain View, California, during Google I/O on May 8th. You can RSVP here.
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