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Jeff Gamet, Ted Landau, Mark Fuccio, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #13189: The MacJury Examines The Larger Issues Surrounding Apple’s Announcements

As the dust cleared from Apple’s October 22 event featuring the iPad Air, updates to the MacBook Pro and more, The MacJury convened to look at some of the larger issues surrounding those announcements. The effects of a fee-free Mavericks on adoption and software valuation, contrasting iPad and Microsoft Surface announcements, and the reaction to […]

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Adam Engst

MacVoices #13178: A TidBITS MacJury Discusses The iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

After a long, hard day of journalistic effort, we corralled part of the TidBITS brain trust to analyze Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. The topics ranged from the art-deco colors of the 5c to the A7 chip that powers the 5s. Along the way, the panel had strong opinions about slo-mo video, the […]

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Adam Engst

MacVoices #13178: A TidBITS MacJury Discusses The iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

After a long, hard day of journalistic effort, we corralled part of the TidBITS brain trust to analyze Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. The topics ranged from the art-deco colors of the 5c to the A7 chip that powers the 5s. Along the way, the panel had strong opinions about slo-mo video, the […]

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Chuck La Tournous, Peter Cohen, Weldon Dodd, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #13174: The MacJury Covers Open vs. Closed, iOS vs. Android, Cable vs. Cord-Cutting and More

The MacJury starts out examining the debate between open and closed, and end up discussing the television programming options of the future. Along the way, a healthy debate between the benefits and costs of iOS vs. Android, whether there really is a “lock-in” for either program, and more are bantered about by Peter Cohen, Weldon Dodd, Chuck La […]

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Greg Scown, Philip Goward, Oliver Breidenbach, Kirk McElhearn, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #13144: The MacJury Examines Mac OS Wants, Needs and Expectations Before WWDC

A few months ago, we looked at what we want, need and expect to see for iOS at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. This time, we take a look at what our panel wants, needs and expects to see for the Mac OS. Whether the Mac OS is mature and has no where to go […]

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Matt Neuburg, John Brayton, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #13134: The MacJury Examines iOS Wants, Needs and Expectations Before WWDC

With WWDC just around the corner, The MacJury gets geeky in some places as it takes a look at the needs, wants and expectations for the next version of the iOS. Side loading of apps, sharing documents among apps and de-krufting iOS are part of the conversation. But it doesn’t stop there. Issues with the […]

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Mark Fuccio, Jeff Gamet, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #13126: The MacJury Discusses The Apple Earnings Call, Product Expectations, and Corporate Strategies

The MacJury starts with a unique, real-world example of iPhone accessibility before diving into the most recent tApple earnings call. Rather than just re-state what you’ve already heard, however, the jurors examine Apple’s supply chain and iMac announcement decisions, the pressure on their product release cycle, and how it all fits in to Apple’s longer-term […]

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Peter Cohen, Dori Smith, Brett Terpstra, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #1399: The MacJury Examines Mailbox, RSS and Google Reader, and Kevin Lynch’s Move to Apple

The most recent MacJury debated the utilities of the Mailbox app mailbox and discussed the usefulness and longevity of RSS, especially as it relates to the soon-to-be gone Google Reader. Online identities, SEO and Kevin Lynch’s move from Adobe to Apple were part of the deliberations with Peter Cohen, Dori Smith, Brett Terpstra and host Chuck Joiner. This edition of MacVoices […]

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Mark Fuccio, Michael T. Rose, Jeff Gamet, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #1395: The MacJury Discusses Microsoft and Adobe Software Licensing Models

The MacJury recently convened to discuss the recent changes and updates to the software delivery and licensing models of Microsoft for Office and Adobe for the Creative Suite components. The benefits and challenges of software as a service in general, and in these two cases in particular, are examined, the pricing evaluated, and how users […]

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Mark Fuccio, Ken Ray, Michael T. Rose, Chuck Joiner

MacJury #1212: Analysis of the Apple v. Samsung Verdict

Members of the MacJury assembled virtually from some very different and unique locations under sometimes adverse circumstances to discuss and dissect the (almost) $1.5 billion verdict awarded to Apple in their patent suit against Samsung. Aspects of the verdict covered included the speed of the decision, the fact that Apple was not cited for any […]

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MacJury #1211: iPhone 5 Wants and iPhone 5 Needs

iPhone 5 anticipation is reaching fever pitch, and rumors are rampant. The MacJury attempts to introduce some sanity to the discourse by looking at what its members want to see in the next version of the iPhone, and what the device will need to complete, not just at introduction, but throughout its lifespan. Size, power, […]

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MacJury #1207: Cloud Storage Options, Benefits and Compromises, and Products That Don’t Exist Yet

In the last few weeks, the options for cloud storage have exploded, but with minimal diversity. Are some options better than others? Who owns the data you upload to the cloud? How does each service perform? Who do you trust? These and other cloudy issues are pondered and discussed with humor, caution, and maybe a […]

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