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The MacVoices Live! panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Jay Miller, Jim Rea, Kelly Guimont and Mark Fuccio take on a several different subjects in a recent session, starting with a different look at Apple’s financials what the messages between the messages are, and the introduction of the purple iPhone. (Part 1) This edition of MacVoices is brough…
 
Michael E. Cohen has updated Take Control of PDFpen to cover version 13 for Mac and version 6 for iOS and iPadOS. This was a different kind of update; Michael explains why there are few new features but a whole new look to the program, and why that is a good thing. He also helps us understand the inner workings of PDFs (without getting too geeky), …
 
Our discussion with Joe Kissell, the author of the fourth edition of Take Control of Backing Up Your Mac, continues with more examples of things that have changed in the world of backups. This time, Joe talks about what you can and can’t do with APFS snapshots, how to think about them, anda why they are a huge benefit to data safety. Joe also touch…
 
Joe Kissell is back with the fourth edition of Take Control of Backing Up Your Mac. A lot has changed in the world of backups, more than you realize. Joe digs deep on the issue of the M1 Macs and bootable backups. Along the way, we touch on SSDs, how to think about partitions in Big Sur, why ransomware works, and how to protect yourself. (Part 1) T…
 
Our in-depth discussion/debate about running Mac apps on the M1 iPad with the panel of Brittany Smith, Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, Jay Miller, Andrew Orr, Frank Petrie, and Mark Fuccio wraps up with final thoughts, points, and desires. (Part 3) Today's MacVoices is sponsored by Upstart. Fair and fast personal loans. Go to upstar…
 
The second part of our MacVoices Live! discussion about running Mac apps on an iPad with Brittany Smith, Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, Jay Miller, Andrew Orr, Frank Petrie, and Mark Fuccio continues as the panel talks about the expectations of the new iPad Pro, how Apple is sending mixed signals about where it fits into the produc…
 
The MacVoices Live! panel of Brittany Smith, Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, Jay Miller, Andrew Orr, Frank Petrie, and Mark Fuccio looks at the question of whether you could, can, or should be able to run Mac apps on an iPad. The question is more complex than you think. The panel digs in to why they might to, what platform they pref…
 
Our conversation with Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris of LumaTouch concludes as we answer some of the questions surrounding running LumaFusion on M1 iPads, moving projects between LumaFusion and Final Cut Pro, and whether LumaFusion can be run under Big Sur on a Mac. They also cover their new training initiative that features some heavy hitters in t…
 
Fresh off their appearance as part of Apple’s Spring Loaded event, Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris of LumaTouch give us a look at some of the new features coming to LumaFusion. In the first part of our conversation, they talk about the integration of CoreMelt’s stabilization, show off the new multicam editing that can handle up to 12 different video…
 
What if your iPhone or iPad could be a a 3D tracking, previz, and virtual production tool? It can! Joshua Davies, the founder and CEO of FXhome, introduces us to CamTrackAR, their iOS/iPadOS app that does just that. You may have already had a taste if you watched Apple’s Spring Loaded event; CamTrackAR was one of the apps featured. Josh talks about…
 
The April Update covers the MacVoices Dispatch re-design, a change to MacVoices Live!, a new RSS feed for MacVoices Magazine, and a discussion of the support options and opportunities that the new Apple and Spotify subscription programs might present. Show Notes: MacVoices Dispatch MacVoices Magazine MacVoices After Dark Links: Support: Become a Ma…
 
Ken Ray has been doing a daily Apple news podcast since 2005, and along the way has been a part of a number of shows, both his own and others. That makes him the perfect person to discuss Apple’s new podcast subscription service and what it means for the industry. Ken and Chuck dig deep into the topics of sponsorship, audience interaction and owner…
 
Our “Dear Apple…I Think You Should” discussion concludes as the last members of our panel provide their thoughts on Apple’s next moves. David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Ken Ray, Frank Petrie, Warren Sklar, Jim Rea, Guy Serle, Jay Miller, and Brittany Smith cover more on personal projects, HomeKit, software quality, better podcasting tools, and more. …
 
Our discussion of what the MacVoices Live! panel would like to see Apple focus on that they aren’t already focusing on continues. David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Ken Ray, Brittany Smith, Frank Petrie, Jay Miller, Warren Sklar, Jim Rea, and Guy Serle offer thoughts on what new audio products might bring, more interface consistency across platforms, l…
 
Everyone wants to tell Apple what to do next, right? We gave our panel the opportunity to do just that: write a letter to Tim Cook and tell him what they want to see from Apple in the future. The panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Ken Ray, Brittany Smith, Frank Petrie, Jay Miller, Warren Sklar, Jim Rea, and Guy Serle offer ideas th…
 
Our MacVoices Live! review of Apple’s Spring Loaded event wraps up as the panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Kelly Guimont, Brittany Smith, and Mark Fuccio react to the new Apple Card, Apple TV and Siri Remote, and ask questions about the new subscription podcast service. (Part 3) This edition of MacVoices is supported by M…
 
The MacVoices Live! panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Kelly Guimont, Brittany Smith, and new addition Mark Fuccio wrap up the examination of the new iPad Pro, then turn their attention to the new M1 iMac, with a stop along the way to comment on the new purple iPhone options. (Part 2) This edition of MacVoices is supported …
 
MacVoices Live! went online just hours after Apple wrapped up their intense Spring Loaded event where a host of new products were announced. In the first part of our analysis, the panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Brittany Smith, and Kelly Guimont go deep on the AirTags since they are the first new product that can be purc…
 
Our conversation with Glenn Fleishman wraps up with some comments by Glenn about two of his other recently updated books. Take Control of Your Apple ID is important for anyone who has an Apple account and wants to make the most of it. Take Control of Home Security Cameras has been updated with new information. Glenn shares some tidbits from each, a…
 
The second part of our conversation with Glenn Fleishman wraps up our discussion of the M1 Macs, his new Take Control of Your M-Series Mac and what makes them different. Backups, especially online and Time Machine backups are more important than others. New startup and security options abound. Then, Glenn talks security for all Macs in his new Take…
 
Glenn Fleishman has been very busy with his Take Control titles, and we were able to get him to take a break just long enough to talk about his newest books and updates. In the first of a multi-part discussion, we dig in to Take Control of Your M-Series Mac. The new Apple M1 Macs represent some major changes in features, many of them driven by secu…
 
Our MacVoices Live! panel of David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Brittany Smith, and Jay Miller wrap up our discussion of the Cult of Mac article, 45 ways Apple put a ding in the universe, by looking at the pace of innovation, AI, Siri, and the bottom line of personal computing. (Part 4) This edition of MacVoices is sup…
 
Our MacVoices Live! conversation about the items outlined in the Cult of Mac article, 45 ways Apple put a ding in the universe, continues with the panel of David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Guy Serle, Jim Rea, Jay Miller, Frank Petrie and Brittany Smith. A contentious discussion of mobile computing and (of all things) the role VisiCalc played in intro…
 
The second part of our MacVoices Live! discussion of the Cult of Mac, 45 ways Apple put a ding in the universe, hit the topics of health, the mouse, Apple Pay, USB, and got into a spirited discussion of mobile computing needs and wants. The panel of David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Guy Serle , Jim Rea, Jay Miller, Frank Petrie and Brittany Smith weig…
 
An article on Cult of Mac, 45 ways Apple put a ding in the universe, was the basis for a spirited MacVoices Live! discussion. The panel of David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Guy Serle , Jim Rea, Jay Miller, and Frank Petrie take on topics that include the butterfly keyboard, iPods, the iPhone camera, and interface elements, selecting their favorites an…
 
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