Maccast 2013.03.26 – Catching up with Scott Johnson

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 437. A special episode of the Maccast with Scott Johnson from Frogpants Studios. Along with running a podcast empire Scoot is also busy planning his awesome Nerdtacular geek fan event and I wanted to find out what kinds of tools and workflows he uses to pull off this kind of event. After that Scott and I got into some of the changes we see going on at Apple and what we think that means to us, for the future Apple, and for the Apple community.

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Maccast Members 150 – OS X Keychain

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 150. I had a few of you ask recently for a show covering the Mac OS X Keychain, so here it is. George Starcher George Starcher (@georgestarcher) and I dig into the keychain to unlock what it is, what it does, and what you should know about. We also throw in a couple tips and tricks along the way for good measure.

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Maccast 2013.03.20

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 436. Rumors predict A7 chip production. Apple spreading out iPhone assembly. Apple quietly introduces new iMac model. Apple releases 10.8.3 update. Retina iPad mini may come this Fall. Apple international warranties. Mac sales improve with iMac supplies. iOS 6.1.3 and Apple TV 5.2.1 updates. Follow up: Share files between Users. Time Capsule alternatives. Add custom alert sounds to Notification Center. Trusting Apple with purchased backups. Mac Mini HDMI issue.

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Maccast Members 149 – Clean Install OS X

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 149. I spent this weekend finally upgrading my main Mac to OS X Mountain Lion. I had put it off due to some critical projects, but also because I really felt I needed to do an erase and install. I wanted to clear out three years of over-the-top install crud. In this episode I go into full detail on the process I use for clem installing OS X.

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Maccast 2013.03.13

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 435. What are all those Androids up to? iPhone 5S may get a new touch. New Apple TV may have tweaked A5 processor. Some Retina Macbook Pro owners reporting fan issues. iPad mini maximizing sales. Apple’s music service delayed by lowball offer. Apple will remain a major tablet player for a while. Apple continues to secretly improve Maps. Few more iTunes import tricks. “Other” iOS data you don’t see. OS X Mail Format tools missing. Share files between users on same Mac.

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Maccast 2013.03.06

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 434. Show 434. Apple expands Movies in the Cloud. Another week more Java updates. Panic finds ARM SoC in Lightning adapter. iPhone 5S production may have begun. Edu iMac, not the deal you’re looking for. Apple looks to Beats for Music Streaming help? US iOS smartphone share up, Android down. Feedback on Apple’s future innovation. Enabling restrictions in iOS. Getting iOS and iCloud working on Snow Leopard. Removing application shortcuts.

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Maccast Members 148 – iOS Troubleshooting

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 148. I had a frustrating issue this past week. I was updating a bunch of apps on my iPhone and they became stuck. Luckily I was able to hack my way through it after a couple of days, but it shouldn’t be that involved. These devices are supposed to be simple, right? The process made me realize that I know a lot about how to troubleshoot Mac issues, but when it comes to iOS I’d really like to know how to do more without resorting to the “restore” option. So here is an in depth look at iOS troubleshooting.

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