Ted Landau takes on the issues surrounding the third generation iPad, including his experiences with a yellow iPad screen, the heat generated by the device, and the time it takes to charge it. The discussion then turns to bias in the media, and whether it should be a surprise. Ted and host Chuck Joiner debate [...]
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Adam Engst and host Chuck Joiner made a virtual visit to the Diablo Valley Mac User Group to talk about the new iPad, Apple’s announcement of a stock dividend and buy-back program, and to take a wide range of questions from the audience. The video version of this episode is available on MacVoicesTV. Links Chuck [...]
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Gordon Straub might have been the youngest person demonstrating software at Macworld | iWorld 2012, manning shifts in the Boinx Software booth to show off iStopMotion for iPad. Gordon talks about his beginnings with stop motion videography, iStopMotion for Mac, and how it lead to being asked to a video for a local community service. [...]
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The MacJury convenes to provide some balanced perspective on Apple’s announcement of a stock dividend and buy back plan…and fails. The discussion starts there, then migrated to who gets credit for Apple’s recent successes, Apple’s offshore cash horde, the Apple TV, the entertainment industry, and more. Providing the less-than fair and balanced commentary are Peter [...]
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Members of The MacJury convened in a late-night session to review their first weekend’s experiences with the third generation iPad. Entered into evidence are opinions on the new Retina display, the upgraded camera, the battery life, and much more. Buying experiences, the demand for the new iPad, and whether it is time for you to [...]
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Just like the rest of us, Ted Landau watch Apple’s announcement of the new iPad with enthusiasm, and that enthusiasm hasn’t waned. While not a major change, Ted discusses why the new Retina display, improved camera and processor are a solid upgrade to the iPad, and the impact it will have on Android and other [...]
Mac expert and author Maria Langer has been busy since we last checked in with her, producing two new books. The first, iBooks Author: Publishing Your First Ebook, will help you do just that, with Apple’s new authoring tool. Maria discusses how the book was created, why she chose to do it outside iBooks Author, [...]
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The details of Apple’s newest iPad and Apple TV are now official, so we empaneled a MacJury from the TidBITS staff to help us review the announcements and what they mean. The furor over the lack of a name, the impact of the retina display, how people will use the improved camera are all part [...]
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A great deal has happened since we introduced you to Dolly Drive at Macworld Expo 2011. CEO Anthony Palermo and Head of Marketing Leigh Kessler bring us up to date with the new services they offer. What was once a Time Machine in the cloud service has been refined and expanded to offer a hose [...]
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MacNotables #1204: Ted Landau Thinks Mountain Lion, Apple Stock Price, iPad 3 Expectations and Siri Beyond the iPhone
In a diverse discussion, Ted Landau and host Chuck Joiner catch up on recent and anticipated developments in the Apple universe, including Ted’s change in thinking on the apparent migration of iOS features to the Mac OS as evidenced in the developer release of OS X Mountain Lion, and why so many seem to be [...]