A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 554. Apple working on Hi Res audio. What’s next for iPhone? Apple cuts pricing in India again. Apple stays firm in encryption battle. When a ‘Genius’ isn’t a genius. OS X Startup modes and keys. Thing of the Moment: Tickle
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 553. Apple delays TV service. Apple Watch is top smartwatch. Apple moving to make it’s own GPUs. Apple buys more land in San Jose. Apple secret Taiwanese Lab. Jobs movie out, but not down. The case of case bulge. Next iPads and iPhones. Apple reorgs the org. Sharing iCloud Contacts. Family Sharing and location. Stop iTunes battery drain. Shhh, Siri! iTunes Match vs. Apple Music. Thing of the Moment: Pigment
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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 552. An interview with Scott Johnson. Scott is a web comic artist and creator of the My Extra Life comic. He also if the founder an creator of the Frogpants Studios podcast network with shows like The Instance, the Morning Stream, and Film Sack. In addition he created the Nerdtacular conference a yearly event for fan of his podcast network celebrating the show, gaming, comics, and geek culture.
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 551. Rumors of Macbook Air updates. iPad Pro’s 12-cluster GPU. Apple explores next iPhone features. New Apple TV obsolete in months. Questions about Family Sharing. Managing iCloud Storage. Troubleshooting with Console. Different types of NAS.
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 194. Why are more “A” tier indie devs leaving Apple’s Mac App Store (MAS)? This past week another developer, Bohemian Coding, announced they are leaving. This is just another in what seems like a growing list of top level Mac Developers who have tried the MAS and ultimately decided it’s not working. I said long ago that I wasn’t very keen on an App Store coming to that Mac, but when it arrived it did bring some nice conveniences. Still now almost five years later it seems like many of the same issues and concerns are still with us. What’s going on? What’s causing this exodus and what, if anything, should we or Apple be doing about it.
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