Maccast 2013.05.07

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 443. More Flash storage options for iMacs. Debate over Apple OS delays. Small iOS update for iPhone 5. Low-cost iPhone, not so low? Google Glass SMS and Map support coming for iOS owners. Will iPad mini see a Retina display this year? Clarification on tablet shipment numbers. More accurate Apple Maps. Be careful upgrading Transporter drives. Troubleshooting iOS Wi-Fi issues. Quickly dismiss banner notifications.

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  1. RPN | May 10 2013 - 08:12

    Great desctiption and tips on Transporter (esprcially about backups). I have had one for a month and love it. I also use the Transporter IOS apps every day. You can upload a document from Transporter IOS apps to Transporter. In email in my iPhone or iPad, I use the “Open In” command to move the email attachment to the Transporter IOS app. I can edit file name, select the Transporter folder, and then uoload. Almost immediately I see it in the Ttansporter folder on other IOS or my Macs.

    Also, I used the MacCast code to sign up for Citrex ShareFile last night. I opened the account, uploaded documents, and within 12 hours I received a call from customer service specific for my industry to answer questions and make recommendations on functionality best for my needs. Although I have the Transporter, have DropBox, PogoPlug, SugarSync, and accounts, I like the business nature of the Citrex ShareFile.

    You continue to produce “must hear” podcasts.