A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 530. Apple Music will pay artists during free trial period. Apple Vans confirmed to be for Maps. Apple Watch APIs good. Devs want more. XARA, do we need to worry? Apple Watch sales and margins. 27-inch iMac hard drive replacement program Better passwords with XKPasswd.net. What I’m excited about from WWDC. How will Apple Music work? Using External SSD as boot volume. Enable scroll gestures in the Dock. Routing FaceTime Audio Calls. Thing of the Moment: Audio-Technica ATH-M40x.
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 189. This week I ran across a great piece over on Cult of Mac by developer Graham Bower. In it he talked about the struggle many developers have to make a buck in the store and how that struggle can lead to developing apps in ways that don’t always put the user or app experience first. To help Graham presents a “manifesto”, “10 rules for classy apps“. In this episode I go over those rules and explain why I think if developers followed the manifesto our Apps and the App Store would be a much better place.
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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 529. I’m just getting back from vacation and trying to wade through everything that happened at WWDC while I was away. As I work on that I thought it would be a good time to deep dive into Apple’s Photos app with my friend David Sparks (MacSparky). David literally wrote the guide to OS X Photos, so he was the prefect person to ask about transitioning to Photos, understanding the changes, learning about the new editing tools, using iCloud Photo Library, and more.
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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 528. Apple’s Music & TV streaming services. UEFI Attack surfaces. Thunderbolt 3 is USB-C friendly. Home Kit part of Apple TV. Apple Watch finally hits retail. Recent Apple numbers. Why retailers say their snubbing Apple Pay. Covered app for media artwork. Better password storage and security. Apple Watch feedback. Thing of the Moment: Spark by Readdle