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MacVoices #16197: Shelly Brisbin On iOS 10, Siri, and The Fourth Edition of iOS Access For All

Shelly Brisbin has updated iOS Access For All to the fourth edition to cover the changes in accessibility in iOS 10 for iPhone and iPad. She gives us her reaction to accessibility having a prime spot in the most recent Apple event and why iOS 10 repres…

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All of the MacVoices Group Shows Are Now on MacVoices

May we have your attention, please! All of the MacVoicesGroup shows, including MacVoices, MacVoicesTV, MacNotables, The MacJury, and The MacVoices Briefing, have now been integrated in with MacVoices,to create a master channel of MacVoices Group content. Both the audio and video versions of the show are posted there now. New editions will *not* be uploaded […]

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MacVoices #16196: Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Discusses The Touch Bar Simulator, Touché

Red Sweater Software has released Touché, a free application that simulates the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pros. Daniel Jalkut talks about his how and why he created it, what it offers to both users and developers, and his analysis of Apple’s implementation of this new interface option. This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Smile,

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MacVoices #16195: Bryan Chaffin’s Thoughts on Macintosh Refreshes, Tim Cook, and Touching Things

Bryan Chaffin makes up for lost time with discussions of what the new MacBook Pro does and doesn’t offer,  and the need for Force Touch/3D Touch, Touch ID and the Touch Bar to be consistent across Apple products. Tim Cook’s performance as Apple CEO, Apple product placement in the media, the demand for the new MacBook

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MacVoices #16193: Nick Mattingly Introduces Switcher Studio’s New Switcher Go

Switcher Studio continues to advance the cause of iOS video streaming with the release of their new Switcher Go. Nick Mattingly, the CEO and co-founder of Switcher Studio, is back to talk about how their new iOS app makes it even easier to broadcast to YouTube Live and Facebook Live. More advanced camera controls, the ability

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