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For episode seven of the Finer Things Podcast, John and I were joined by our first guest ever, Jamie Young of AppAdvice, to discuss some of the more intricate and far-reaching details of iOS 7. There are some relatively unexplored things much larger than a “redesign” happening in this major upgrade to Apple’s most significant OS, so we wanted to traverse that undiscovered country.

Finer Things Podcast #7 clocks in at a hair over 37 minutes, and it was a really fun show to record. Thanks again to Jamie for joining us. You can grab the episode and subscribe via iTunes or our direct feed below.

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