None of us are feeling too great this week so we muddle through and discuss more Microsoft, that cyberwar attack, a new Apple Watch case and in what order would we drop the big the big tech 5.
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In a week when ‘Uncle Tim’ talked to Jim Cramer of Mad Money and the Apple Earnings Call showed they’re “doing OK”, the UK’s Government’s secret plans to spy on its own citizens even more got leaked and Microsoft released a strangely schizophrenic Windows 10S platform aimed at low end hardware to combat the Chromebooks teamed with a premium Surface Laptop priced at $999, we take our usual “seamless” wander around the highways and byways of Apple and tech related news while guest Guy Serle from the MyMac Show does his best to derail the proceedings…
On this episode of our Apple based podcast we discuss Microsoft, Pebble and Android, with the odd smattering of Apple. Nick Riley from the Let’s Talk Apple Podcast joins us this week and we ponder self driving cars and best of all some real life giant fighting mechs!
An extra long show as a surprise guest drops by. We talk about Mark’s unfortunate week. Apple and their remarkable and unprecedented revealing of future product plans. Apple/Microsoft/Android “market share/user base”, the Samsung Dex Dock and, well, anything else that catches our attention deficit disordered minds!
Mark’s AirPod problems seem to be reaching a climax, Simon gets an Apple Watch, Touch ID saves a life, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. Plus MSOffice seems to be a 32 bit app on iOS shocker!
We are finally out of the land of 16GB Devices. The iPhone SE comes with 32GB. Finally a new iPad – be it a bit of a ‘curate’s egg’. The Product(RED) iPhone makes an appearance and we make time to ponder the meaning (or otherwise) of a slightly unusual Apple Patent.
Mark’s AirPods, iPad Pro Genius support. You have failed me for the last time Apple Support. Genuine shock at just how bad Apple support can be!
On this week’s show somehow we end up talking about Electric Pork, ways to scan your network on both iOS and Mac OS. Wireless charging, do we really need it and is anyone surprised that Microsoft can read your Skype messages?
Another mixed bag of loosely Apple based discussion. The pitfalls of using iOS for podcast production, finally running with nothing more than an Apple Watch, Simons been installing more Beta updates, and you can get arrested at McDonalds for using an Apple watch. Plus a load more other nonsense..
Another week and the podcasting juggernaut rolls onward. This week we talk about live streaming from your Mac to places like Twitch or YouTube. Samsung and their quality assurance advert, the House of Lords saying households deserve a minimum 30Mbps broadband, oh and we had some post…
This week we talk about joining the MyMac.com network, where are the iPad pros, digital audio workstations, why is there such a large leap from basic to pro, what about us mid range types? Wireless charging and those new Apple adverts on this week’s episode
Well hello there. A show was recorded the other week but we had to abort it due to a few technical difficulties. It’s our first show back this year discussing what’s happened with the show, an update on Mark’s life, the AirPods from hell and a delve into the world of Apple.
Joining me this week to discuss Apple AirPods, rubber socks, App Store vs direct purchasing and a whole host of other things is Karl madden from the Mac and forth Show and essential Apple editor, Serenak.
This week we take a different tack as I invite Serenak to join me as we wander “off piste” and meander into the history of why Macs are so prevalent in the design and print industries, what went wrong with his new iPhone and an eclectic selection of “alternative” apps…
Guy Searle from the mymac.com podcast joins me this week to try and talk Apple but guess what, we get distracted. We cover new media douchebags, Mario go pricing, will Amazon ever release a native Apple TV app and share our thoughts on the new MacBook Pro’s.