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MacVoices #21175: MacVoices Live! - Movie Making, Apple Watch 7, and an Urgent Security Update (3)
Our discussion of the Apple “California Streaming” event wraps up as the panel continues to argue about who wants to make movies before moving on to the Apple Watch 7. Guy Serle, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Kelly Guimont, Andrew Orr, Mike Schmitz, and Brittany Smith discuss the dust resistance claim, express frustration with Apple’s position on watch face creation, and the availability of the Series 3. The wrap-up includes the urgent upgrades Apple release to combat Pegasus...
MacVoices #21174: MacVoices Live! - The iPhones 13 and Their Cameras
Our MacVoices Live! look at Apple’s “California Dreaming” event continues with what many consider the major announcement: the iPhones 13. The panel of Mark Fuccio, Guy Serle, Frank Petrie, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Kelly Guimont, Andrew Orr, and Mike Schmitz discuss both pricing and configurations, environmental concerns, what the new cameras bring to the table, and start to cover who the cinematic features are really for. (Part 2)
MacVoices #21173 - MacVoices Live! - California Streaming Preso, New iPads (1)
Our MacVoices Live! discussion about Apple’s September 14 event, the panel of Mark Fuccio, Guy Serle, Frank Petrie, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Andrew Orr, and Kelly Guimont starts off with a discussion of the event presentation itself What did “California Streaming” mean, anyway? Then we move on to the enhancements to the new 9th Generation iPad, and why the new iPad mini was arguably the star of the show. Use cases for both devices, whether there were any compromises, and the strength of the iP
MacVoices #21172 - MacVoices Live! - More on Tim Cook's Successor; App Stores in South Korea (2)
Our MacVoices Live! discussion of the obsession with Tim Cook’s successor concludes as the panel of Jeff Gamet, Kelly Guimont, Jim Rea, Dave Ginsburg, Jay Miller, Brittany Smith, and Frank Petrie talk about who should be delivering the product introductions, and why some CEOs are "punch-able”. The panel then turn their attention to the South Korean ruling that Apple, Google, and others will be required to allow other payment options in their app stores, and why that might make...
MacVoices #21171: MacVoices Live! Personal Devices For Business, Tim Cook's Successor (1)
The MacVoices Live! panel of Jeff Gamet, Kelly Guimont, Jim Rea, Dave Ginsburg, Jay Miller, Brittany Smith, and Frank Petrie address a report that Apple is “requiring” employees to use personal devices for company business. The panel evaluates the truth of the report (which, at recording time, was coming from only one source), why it doesn’t make sense given Apple’s privacy positions, and why is just a bad idea for anyone working for any company, Apple or not.
MacVoices #21170: MacVoices Live! - What Apple Announcements Will Make A Buying Difference?
As the Apple “California streaming” event approaches, the MacVoices Live! panel of Kelly Guimont, David Ginsburg, Jay Miller,Warren Sklar, Jeff Gamet, Frank Petrie, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, and Brittany Smith talk about what we might see that would make them whip out their credit cards. Before that, host Chuck Joiner talks about a credit card hack and why more retailers implementing Apple Pay might have prevented it. Oh, and a spirited discussion about, of all things, mouse design.
To many “You know!"
I like the podcast and the information, but one of your guest has a bad habit of saying “You Know” to often in the podcast! It like having stack in the back ground!
MacroVoices: the best market analysis on the web
I have listened to many financial podcasts and programs over the least 50 years and MacroVoices is by far the best program I’ve ever listened to. I do not miss any broadcasts thanks to the podcast system. Erik and Patrick are so insightful but they don’t do a hard sell either.
Their financial perspective and advice is always on target and is always worth a listen because they have such great guests and add their own points of view.
Give it a try.
I have been listening for years. Chuck has the best Apple podcast and guest and I truly enjoy. Keep up the good work!