A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 486. Apple’s earnings call. Are Apple and Nike collaborating? iOS 7.1.1 & Other Updates. Larger, larger iPhone delays. New Macbook Airs. Clean out your DYLD without Terminal. Change the Finder default search location. Airport may have a bleeding heart. Merge PDFs with Preview. Why we can’t ‘cut the cord’. Screen Lock to Login Screen. Twitter peeps eating your HD space.
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 485. Sick of Heartbleed? Me too, but… Latest iPhone 6 rumors. Latest iWatch rumors. Carplay for the rest of us. Yahoo wants search on iOS. Office may still suck, but support doesn’t. Clear the dynamic link editor (dyld) cache. iWork’s connection to Google Docs. File formats and the future. Time Machine dual monitor bug.
Special thanks to our sponsors:
SaneBox filters unimportant emails out of your Inbox and summarizes them in a digest. It works anywhere you read your email. Try it for free and get a $10 credit: sanebox.com/maccast
Smile – smilesoftware.com
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 174. – The news of Greg Christie’s pending retirement from Apple sparked off a debate this past week. 9to5 Mac broke the story and very quickly other stories surfaced to refute some of the “facts” from 9to5’s sources. So, that got me thinking about how Apple’s history gets shaped, formed, and molded. How much is fact and how much is pure storytelling? Does it matter? Ken Ray (Mac OS Ken & Mission Log) joins me to talk about the history, fact, fiction, lore, and legends we create about Apple.
The audio for this episode is available to Maccast Members. Sign-up or log in by visiting the Maccast Member site.