Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple CEO Tim Cook confirming the Project Titan car program is a real thing, plus the look at eero and WiFi mesh network performance.
Instant gratification fans rejoice! The new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are in Apple’s retail stores.
We have a deal for you on PDF Expert 2.2 for Mac, a PDF-editing tool from Readdle. This was the 2015 App of the Year Runner Up in the Mac App Store, and it allows you to edit text, images, links, and outlines in PDFs. You can also fill out forms, annotate, and more. We have it for 50% retail at $29.99.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise move by confirming Project Titan.
Melissa Holt shows you three ways to see how much storage space is available on your Time Capsule.
This is important because once one Western democracy weakens encryption, the precedent could build momentum throughout the world, leaving everyone vulnerable to bad guys.
That might seem counterintuitive from the leader of the world’s most valuable tech company, but the underlying message is that technology should serve humanity, not the other way around.
That list included drag and drop, file access, an app dock, and so on. Right out of macOS.
This guide will work for the iOS 11 developer beta and public beta.
Graham Dawson is an iOS and Android indie developer who specializes in meteorological and astronomical reference apps. He’s the founder and director of Ajnaware Pty, Ltd in Australia and publishes apps under the name ozPDA. Graham holds a B.Sc. in physics and meteorology, and a Ph.D. in oceanography. Graham told me about his early interest in weather thanks to extreme conditions, especially snow. That’s because, in his youth, he was skiing in Switzerland. Soon he had a weather observation station in his backyard, and he could think of nothing else as he entered his undergraduate years. Today, he publishes a wide range of apps related to the sun, moon, wind, weather and time. Some feature augmented reality. Thanks to his academic background, these apps have rock solid computational credentials. Graham told me how it all came to be.
The Streamz headphones are getting funding on Kickstarter now to free your music.
Apple isn’t supporting gigabit cellular download speeds with this year’s iPhone refresh, so Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Butts join Jeff Gamet to explain why that’s not a big deal. They also look at the 20th anniversary of the first camera phone photo.
Check out Dead Plague: Zombie Outbreak. It’s a zombie shooter for iOS (and Android, if that’s your thing) by GameSpire, and it looks like a lot of fun. The player is part of BIOCORP’s strike force, and your job is to stop the zombie outbreak and collect DNA samples, too. It’s free to download, with in-app purchases available for boosted play. Check out the gameplay video below.
We have a deal on the The Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle, 64 hours of training videos with hundreds of lectures. It’s designed to teach you Swift 3 for iOS, macOS, and watchOS, and you can get it through us for $35.
Foxconn is adding more financial backing in its bid for Toshiba’s MAMD flash memory business.
Apple taps top digital health expert for its own projects.
The conglomeration of parts that made it all possible was a true Frankenstein’s monster of technology.
Quick Tips to start (no hints!), and then it’s time for some new Mac advice, which is a fitting question to get on the heels of Apple’s WWDC 2017 announcements. Then it’s time to discuss backups, and how much you should worry (hint: a LOT… that’s the point of backing up!). Add in some Wi-Fi chaos and that’s the foundation of a good Mac Geek Gab episode.
In this TMO video interview, Jeff Gamet Interviews Smile Software’s Greg Scown at WWDC 2017 and AltConf about Apple’s iOS 11 announcements, how developers respond to new operating system features, and more.