Maccast 2010.04.22

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 299. Next gen iPhone lost, found, and exposed. Apple Q2 results are amazing. iPhone OS 4 features start to leak out. Sites already talking next gen iPad. Apple announced headphone replacement program. Some Universities banning iPads from their networks. Has Apple won the Great Flash War? Results of the Maccast Textplus Wi-fi Challenge. iPad thoughts a few weeks later. Desktop to Mobile app pricing dilemma. Killer iTunes features you probably don’t use. BearExtender n3 Giveaway

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New music, Jamie All Over by Mayday Parade (iTunes)

EOL: Earth Day iPad Stand (via Cult of Mac)

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  1. Ryan | Apr 26 2010 - 09:53

    I hadn’t even heard about the iPad robbery story until the podcast – quite shocking really…

  2. Heinrich | Apr 26 2010 - 05:45

    I don’t know why, but the latest podcast doesn’t have audio from chapter 11 going forward. Redownloading didn’t help. Any suggestions?


  3. Melanie | Apr 27 2010 - 03:37

    I’m having problems my MAC computer. Whenever I try to open files from any of my external hard drives
    a dialogue box pops up asking me to format my hard drive. All my important files are there. I’ve read a few solutions on the Internet, but most of them don not guarantee that I can still save my file. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you.

  4. Kinslow | Apr 29 2010 - 07:09

    I roll with an iPod Touch and it works great for me. I find wifi in most places that I go to regularly. I still have my 1st gen touch and it is a work horse and only plan on getting a new Touch as soon as it has a camera.
    I do get a dumb flip phone through my employer (on verizon) so i love having a mostly connected mobile option that has no contract at all for only a slight cost in convenience.
    thanks for the podcast!