Josh and Chris from MacWorks talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Apple latest iTunes release, the closure of Open Feint, Firefox 17 drops Leopard and Siri's future integration with GM products.
Josh and Chris from MacWorks talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss the Anniversary of Steve Job's passing through a yet undiscovered time capsule from a conference in Aspen. Steve Wozniak thinks that Apple should move iTunes into a ubiquitous mobile experience (like they did with the PC). We also talk about the sheer number of lawsuits in the tech world... how companies need to stop [...]
Josh and Chris from MacWorks talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss the best way to sync contacts across Apple devices. Contacts Cleaner (available in the App Store) is a must-have for proper contact management. iTunes Subscriptions would allow Apple to compete with the likes of Spotify and Pandora. Gaming comes to the Mac with a new website called MacGameStore.com.
Apple has been a little vague on the features of iTunes Match. Most of what we know came from the iCloud/Lion Keynote this past summer. To complicate matters, the press has been stabbing in the dark to explain exactly what iTunes Match does since day one. Now that it's out, we've had a chance to play with it and answer all of our nagging questions about the service. We've determined it's definitely worth the $25. [...]
Please note that we’ve written a new article with much more information about iTunes Match and a couple brief how-to’s. Just click here to read it. Apple announced iTunes Match during the WWDC keynote causing quite a stir in the music world. Some people say iTunes Match enables piracy; others think that Apple worked hard to satisfy the RIAA with the $25 subscription fee. The more paranoid people in the audience think the new service [...]
***Update*** We had a revelation and came up with a couple solutions for you. Please read our new article for a little more guidance with this problem. Just this morning, I had a one of our clients call me and say they just purchased a Verizon iPhone and couldn’t get it to restore from their backup. I promptly started a remote session to see what was going on. I had him plug in the Verizon [...]
Very soon, all of us — not just iPad users — will be able to download iBooks from the iTunes Store and view them on our Apple mobile device of choice. iPad users, obviously, already have this feature. iPhone and iPod touch users will see this addition when iPhone OS 4.0 comes out sometime this summer. For now, this article applies to the iPad users, but the rest of us will be joining them shortly. [...]