The pick order was chosen randomly, but the results would go on to set the order for WWDC predictions, as announced in episode 234: a "qualifying round" using the rules of the annual predictions. That makes this the first of what we now call the Keynote Rickies.
|Federico||Regular||"Apple News service for magazines"||1|
|Myke||Regular||"Apple will announce a video streaming service"||1|
|Stephen||Regular||"The video streaming service does not launch until at least May 1"||1|
|Federico||Regular||"Apple will also announce a service bundle to get multiple services for one integrated fee"||0|
|Myke||Regular||"Apple's original content will premiere after the service itself launches"||1|
|Stephen||Regular||"Tim Cook interacts with a celebrity"||1|
|Federico||Risky||"Apple will mention at least one new feature coming to the HomePod"||-1|
|Myke||Risky||"Apple announces a video game subscription service"||2|
|Stephen||Risky||"Apple TV app will receive a refreshed design"||2|
Stephen and Myke are tied, what to do? Federico wants to decide based on how risky he thinks their picks are, and that Myke should get the win. Myke would rather flip a coin.
|Federico||Non‑graded||"Apple News will expand internationally"||1|
|Federico||Non‑graded||"Apple TV box gets a price cut"||0|
|Federico||Non‑graded||"Apple gives a quick tour of improvements to next round of software updates"||0|
|Myke||Non‑graded||"The video streaming service will come to Roku and Fire TV products"||1|
|Myke||Non‑graded||"All the celebrities will come out at the end and take a picture together"||1|
|Stephen||Non‑graded||"Major publications noticeably absent from News+"||1|
These were non-graded picks for bragging rights, and indeed weren't ever graded officially.