Maccast 2007.06.12

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A full rundown of all the announcements from the WWDC 2007 keynote. MacBook Pro Updates. iPhone gets a birth-date. Movie rentals on iTunes? BootCamp 1.3 Beta released. Doh! Zune does AAC. Extract audio from Quicktime and put it on your iPod. Help with the System Preferences and other OS X crashes.

New music, Creepy by John Hoskinson

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  1. Guy | Jun 12 2007 - 02:43

    great song Adam!

    can’t wait to get my hands on Leopard.

  2. Macskeeball | Jun 12 2007 - 11:14

    I’ve actually managed to come up with a list of nine business reasons for Apple releasing Safari for Windows.

  3. Alexandre Mello | Jun 14 2007 - 05:45

    First, congrats for your podcast. I like it a lot.

    About WWDC announcements, I would like to add that Safari 3 for Windows is fully buged.

    I installed it in the PC I use at work (unfortunatelly I have to use Windows XP at my work. At home, my life is Mac) and tryed to import a HTML file with my bookmarks from Firefox. It crashes everytime (3 or 4 times).
    Some friends reported another bugs I don’t remember now, but this simple task problem made wonder: PC-guys won’t leave Safari in their machines. First impressions count a lot. They have options like Firefox and others, which does almost the same thing. The speed promise, if not notice in fact, would not be enough.
    I think Apple should have been more careful and launch a final product, and called it Beta just for marketing purposes… They are losing market share, this way.
    Abraços from Brazil

  4. Ronnie | Jun 15 2007 - 05:53

    Be careful with safari 3.0. It still has some vulnerabilities. I wouldn’t use it for checking my bank or buying online..
    I agree the windows version is too buggy. Several of my friends tried to install it, and in some cases its not even opening.

    Thanks for the maccast Adam.

  5. Ted | Jun 18 2007 - 09:02

    Did you really say Phil was “the Mona Lisa”? Check again – ;)

    Another great podcast, thanks!

  6. Jason | Jun 29 2007 - 10:06

    Pimp your macbook
    Protect your macbook