Maccast 2009.07.10

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 271. iPhone OS 3.1 update seeded to developers. Mac sales tick up at end of quarter. Mobile Me gets some sprucing up. Apple and NVidia, off again, on again. iPhone has nice holes for hackers. Apple replacing iPhone screens in store. Active packaging keeps iThings charged. iPod and iPhone cameras for “all” models? SEC looks at Jobs health disclosures. Safari 4.0.2 update, “Nitro”! Latest tweaks in Snow Leopard. Happy belated birthday to the App Store. Apple blocks iKaraoke app. Wi-fi issues on iPhone and iPod Touch after 3.0 upgrade. Use an old Mac (or PC) as a 2nd monitor, Screen Recycler. Apple’s HTTP Streaming Protocol a Flash killer? Clean Macs are happy (and better running Macs). Out of warranty service? It never hurts to ask Apple. Found my iPhone

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  1. S | Jul 11 2009 - 02:09

    I prefer iPhone movies to be synced to iPhoto because my iTunes is strictly for music, music videos and movies. I don’t need to see the crappy iPhone videos on my appletv. :)

    That said, it would be nice if there’s an option. Even nicer if they can besynced to the Movies folder because I don’t use iPhotos (Lightroom user here).

  2. John C | Jul 11 2009 - 09:59

    I would be curious to know how you use itunes to organize your apps on your iphone. In my opinion, App organization on itunes could be so much better.