Hijack!
MyMac Podcast #372

On October 26, 2011, in Podcast, by Scott Willsey


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Guy and Gaz left the studio door unlocked, and the podcast has been hijacked by Scott, Peter, and Patrick. Since Guy and Gaz always proclaim each new episode of MyMac as one of the longest ever, this time it really is! We talk about our experiences with Lion upgrades, Final Cut Pro X, and the iPhone 4S, iOS 5, and iCloud.

It’s the mother of all hijacks, with something from just about every recent Apple product discussed, whether it needs discussing or not.

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Scott has an iPhone 4S, and he wants to talk about his feelings about it. Sam Negri Booms along with the Scoshe boomCAN. John Nemo points out the interesting Griffin Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer. Scott also has a new way of listening to podcasts on his iPhone, and it will leave you Downcast.

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A new iPhone is born, and some people are angry that they don’t get a free pony with it. Scott is joined by Owen Rubin and eventually Peter Nikolaidis to talk about their feelings about the iPhone 4S and iOS 5. Listen in as they sidetrack their way through an entire podcast!

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Scott and Owen are still not done talking about iOS 5. Suzé Gilbert teaches us how to master Zen and the Art of Calligraphy. And John Nemo brings Bob Nemerovski on to prove both that John has many interesting relatives in his family and that Nike Plus GPS is an app worth considering for your outdoor activities.

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Scott and Owen Rubin contemplate the upcoming iOS 5. Suzé Gilbert teaches how vectors and drawing can be terms suitable to the iPad. John Nemo talks equalization. And Scott begs you all to go on a diet with an app from MyFitnessPal.

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Apple announces a lot of things in their iCloudy vision of life, and Scott and Peter share their thoughts on why it matters. John and Jim have a nano-sized special report. Suzé gets Stuck in Customs with 100 Cameras in 1. And John Nemo reviews the Skullcandy Roc Nation Aviator Black headphones for those times you want to listen to all the iTunes music in your iCloud.

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How Would Spaces Look on an iOS Device?

On April 21, 2011, in iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch, Opinion, by Donny Yankellow

If you are a person who reads the news, speculation, and rumors about any Apple product you know that iOS 5 rumors and speculation is in full swing. One of these rumors I saw (and I don’t remember where) was that Spaces is coming to iOS 5. When I first heard this I thought this was a stupid idea. However, now that I have thought about it I think I have figured out a way it might work.

Spaces on the Mac allows you to have additional desktop “spaces” with certain applications. You could have a space for productivity applications, a space for internet/email, etc. When you run a certain application it will only be visible in its assigned space.

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