Maccast 2015.03.31

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 520. Will Apple Watch supplies be low? More on the Apple Watch buying experience. New Apple TV hardware soon? Apple acquisitions points to Cloud. OS X 10.10.3 beta and iOS 8.3 beta updates. Macbook Air upgrade has surprises. Apple revamped Beats headed by Reznor. Updated 4-inch iPhone model. Thanks ifo Apple Store. Choosing an Apple Watch band. Damages Macbook Pro screens. Interview: Michael Simmons from Flexibits on Fantastical 2 for Mac Quick Tip: iOS ‘CHOCKLOCK’ trick.

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  1. Miguel Garcia | Apr 01 2015 - 05:48

    The guys from Flexibits, although creators of a great product such as Fantastical, have very poor customer relationship management skills. Despite they claim Apple Store limitations the fact that they do not give any credit, in the form of discount or upgrade price, to previous customers of Fantatiscal shows greed and poor judgement. They can offer a discount thru their website toprevious supporters. Claiming that they are giving a 20% discount as part of the launch is not enough. That price is for both new and previous customers so they are not giving any credit to the people who supported them originally. Treating us as if we were stupid shows poor judgement. They lost me as a customer.

  2. Diego | Apr 08 2015 - 10:24

    The guy from Flexibits said that he knows a crystal ball to see what’s going to happen with Fantastical 2 for Mac, he doesn’t need one, all he has to do is check what are people are saying about the pricing.

    I was a bit disappointed that the price increase wasn’t discussed in the podcast, maybe there is a good reason and will help us all understand why. But $50 for a calendar app when Apple is giving us a new one every year seems too much, will stick with v1 at the moment, don’t think I’ll ever use the full calendar anyways.