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John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton are recording Mac Geek Gab episode 400 live right now and they’ve got the stream up right here for you to listen. You can also visit the Justin.TV Mac Geek Gab page and pariticpate in the chat room, too.
As we’ve done in the past, The Mac Observer will be in San Francisco attending WWDC, and we’ll be conducting interviews with developers all week (Monday, June 11 thru Thursday, June 14). If you’ll be in town then we’d love to hear from you and possibly set something up. Just provide your details below and we’ll coordinate from there.
Buffalo Technology recently released the market’s first 802.11ac router, capable of 1300 Mbps wireless link speeds. Dave Hamilton took some time to look at it, and he found that not only is it a great device to use at the new, faster speeds, it’s also a great, high-quality, dual-radio router to use with your existing 802.11n and 802.11g networks, too. Watch his video review for more.
Dave Hamilton takes a moment to review the Spyder PowerShadow i4 Battery Case and charging stand for iPhone 4/4S.
AUSTIN - Sean Parker is thinking big when it comes to Spotify, the company he backed in 2010 to the tune of US$15 million. In a Q&A session at SXSW 2012, Mr. Parker said that Spotify is going to be more important to the music labels than iTunes is today, and that it will do so within the next two years.
Macworld | iWorld Expo is less than a month away, and our Cirque du Mac party again promises to be the greatest night of your life (at least while you’re at Macworld | iWorld Expo), assuming you can score a ticket. But more on that below.
TMO is the place where you can find hotel deals for Macworld Expo. And while Macworld | iWorld Expo is using a new name this year, we’ve got the same great hotel deal for you: Book through our link and you get a guaranteed upgraded room (larger and with a view) at the InterContinental San Francisco.
The Mac Observer is planning to interview Apple developers at MacTech 2011 in Los Angeles. If you’re a Mac or iOS developer and are attending MacTech, read on for information on how to set up an interview with TMO.
Today’s iPhone 4S launch has seen AT&T activations hit levels so high that it has, again, brought their activation servers — and customers — to their knees. People receiving their iPhones at home are having equal trouble activating on the phone as they are if connected via iTunes, but we’ve found a few paths that might just help you get there sooner.
The iPhone 4S went on sale earlier this morning, and TMO confirmed that those of you with unlimited AT&T data plans will have the option of keeping said plan while upgrading if you so choose.