In episode 245, Stephen mentions accidentally sending "Ricky" instead of "risky" in an iMessage, which ends up being a major shift in branding for the Connected predictions game.
|Myke||Regular||"Dark mode for iOS"||1|
|Stephen||Regular||"iOS 13 will change the system requirements, dropping devices supported by iOS 12"||1|
|Federico||Regular||"New Animoji in iOS 13"||1|
|Myke||Regular||"Apple will mention Apple Arcade during the keynote"||1|
|Stephen||Regular||"Apple replaces at least one bundled macOS app with a Marzipan version"||1|
|Federico||Regular||"iOS gets expanded font support"||1|
|Myke||Risky||"Cursor support for iOS"||2|
|Stephen||Risky||"The HomePod will gain multiple user support via voice detection"||2|
|Federico||Risky||"Apple will bring back some kind of "app list/launcher" UI element on iPad"||2|
It's a 3 way tie! How do you flip a coin between 3 people? A knockout tournament, where you "keep flipping until there's one man standing", apparently.
The rules are more clearly explained: each host will guess heads or tails, and then the coin will be flipped. Wrong answers are knocked out, unless all of them are wrong. Jason Snell comes on stage to handle things. He can't flip a coin, so he'll ask Siri.
For flip number 1, Myke and Federico pick heads, Stephen picks tails. The result is tails, knocking out Myke and Federico and giving Stephen the win.
Flip number 2 decides second place, with Federico taking heads. However, it is tails, putting Myke in second and Federico last.
|Myke||Non‑graded||"Apple does some new stuff with Animoji to make it more like Bitmoji"||1|
|Stephen||Non‑graded||"Mail.app will get modern features like snoozing"||0.5|
|Federico||Non‑graded||"There will be changes to the drawing/sketching interface used for screenshots, notes, etc."||1|
|Myke||Non‑graded||"External storage support on iOS"||1|
|Stephen||Non‑graded||"iCloud family photo sharing"||0|
|Federico||Non‑graded||"Improved support for ZIP archives in the Files app and framework"||1|
The non-graded picks have mild stakes added: the loser must buy a round of drinks.
Stephen owes drinks to the other two.