If you have an iPad Pro and a Mac you have the perfect setup for a dual display system. You'll need to buy the Duet Display app to make the magic happen, and the setup is pretty easy. Watch The Mac Observer's how to video to see an iPad Pro serving double duty as a MacBook Pro display.
It's listener comment time on TMO's Daily Observations, so Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to respond to your thoughts on the iPad Pro, the Steve Jobs movie, and Amazon's Seattle book store.
Your days are numbered, Beats Music subscribers. Apple is shutting down the service on November 30th, and current users are being urged to migrate their accounts to Apple Music.
Today we're going to talk about Force Touch on the Mac and some interesting (and not obvious) ways you can use it. Want to interact with links, addresses, and phone numbers in Mail? Or see all open windows for an application? Or edit your contacts in a flash? You can do all that and more, and we're here to tell you how.
Apple apologized to a group of black students in Australia who were kicked out because the store was, "just worried you might steal something." The incident is a rare social black eye for Apple, a company known for progressive attitudes and policies, and for being aggressive in pursuing an inclusive environment.
The Mac Observer has several legendary podcasts. And now, host John Martellaro has added a fourth, called Background Mode. In this podcast, John will interview notable developers, industry technical professionals, or even other noted authors inside (but occasionally outside) the Apple
community. These are all terrific people that both John and the listeners will be delighted to get to know better, It's more than a show about what they do; it's about who they are.
Prices are coming down for solid state drives. To wit, check out our deal on the Monster Digital 128GB Solid-State Portable Hard Drive for $34.99. It's USB 3.0, and using Monster Encrypt software, you can encrypt the data on it.
Apple published a commercial for iPad Pro to YouTube, a spot called A Great Big Universe. Using astronomy shots, the piece showcases iPad Pro as a device for viewing the universe using an astronomy app and split screen mode. What do you think?
Jeff Gamet and Bryan Chaffin go deep with Apple's new iPad Pro, which Jeff picked up earlier on Wednesday. He also spent some time with Apple Pencil and the new Smart Keyboard. Believe it or not, there was even a new Apple Death Knell this week, and Jeff and Bryan deconstruct the argument that Apple's success hides how much trouble the company is really in.
It's been only a day since the iPad Pro was released and already people are forming their opinions on the mega-sized tablet. The Maccast's Adam Christianson joins Jeff Gamet to discuss what they think of the latest addition to the iPad line, and the different use cases they have planned for theirs.
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