The iMore Show Podcast — Episode 870: App Store Awards for 2023 have arrived!

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On this week's episode of the iMore Show, Features Editor Daryl Baxter and Contributor Karen Freeman went through the winners of the App Store Awards, such as Proloquo and Too Good To Go.

Daryl and Karen also discussed a report that allegedly reveals the partnership between Apple and Goldman Sachs is breaking down, leading them to wonder what that could mean for Apple Card. They also go over their experience with the Action button once more, while Daryl is tempted by a new game, thanks to James' Hitman: Blood Money impressions.

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iMore Features Editor Daryl Baxter
Daryl Baxter

Daryl Baxter is iMore's Features Editor, overseeing long-form, in-depth articles and op-eds. Daryl loves using his experience as both a journalist and Apple fan to tell stories about Apple's products and its community, from the apps we use every day to the products that have been long forgotten in the Cupertino archives.

Daryl also published a now best-selling book available in shops and online, called 'The Making of Tomb Raider', which tells the story of the beginnings of Lara Croft and the series' early development. He's constantly being asked if a second book is being made. Who knows...

Now at iMore as its Features Editor, he wants to dig deep into the depths of Apple products, features, and the company's rich history, looking at everything from the latest Apple Silicon to honoring what came before with the iPod Photo and the Macintosh.

In his spare time, Daryl's usually found in a coffee shop, playing many retro games, such as Metroid Prime Remastered on the Switch. Alongside this, he's also constantly replaying Metal Gear Solid 3 to beat his time with The End, and quoting The Simpsons to whoever may be nearby.

Karen S. Freeman
Karen Freeman

Karen has been fascinated with Apple products since buying the iPhone 3G in 2008. She started writing about Apple in 2010 and has been doing so ever since, besides a stint working as a retail specialist in the Apple Store in 2017 and 2018.

She has been a contributor for iMore since 2018 and began co-hosting the iMore Show in January 2021. In addition to her work at iMore, Karen is a part-time teacher. Karen is a fan of film, television, and entertainment in general; she squeezes in work as a movie extra whenever the opportunity comes her way.

Karen brings a broad perspective to the iMore Show, having had a completely "analogue" childhood, witnessing the birth of the internet as a young adult, and raising three children in the early days of the digital age.

Feel free to reach out to Karen with on her social media or via email, she loves to hear from listeners with comments, questions, or show ideas.

IM Staff
The collective iMore hivemind is your source for all things Apple, and the IM Staff author represents our collective hivemind, for those occasions when the whole team speaks with one voice to bring you important updates about the site, editorial policies, awards, promotions and more. 

The iMore team of Apple enthusiasts and experts shows you how to get the most out of your tech life by using Apple products and the apps, services, and devices they connect with to their fullest. iMore is a mainstay in the Apple community for good reason. Every single iMore writer and editor takes their job seriously, and we prioritize accuracy and editorial independence in everything we do, never receiving compensation for coverage and never pulling punches.

As well as our amazing group of regular contributors, the iMore staff team currently consists of:
Gerald Lynch — Editor-in-Chief
Stephen Warwick — News Editor
Daryl Baxter — Features Editor
John-Anthony Disotto — How To Editor
Tammy Rogers — Senior Staff Writer
James Bentley — Staff Writer

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