Our MacVoices Live! discussion with Andrew Orr of The Mac Observer and David Ginsburg shifts to the release of the new driver for ScanSnap scanners, hardware lifespan expectations, and how developers might get paid to continue supporting older, legacy hardware. We also touch on the announcement that CES is going virtual this year, and a few Apple TV+ and Netflix picks.
Andrew Orr of The Mac Observer was the featured guest on a recent MacVoices Live!, and joined David Ginsburg and host Chuck Joiner to discuss his recommendation fo the Jumbo Privacy + Security app, and why looking beyond the app’s capabilities to the company that makes it is so important. Andrew shares what email services he uses, and the group cover why free services or offers for things like VPNs are just not a good idea. (1)
Our conversation with Mark Fuccio on Apple’s quarterly financial results continues with discussions of what the results mean, Tim Cook’s appearance before Congress, and the ongoing debate over Apple’s 30% take on the App Store, and a different way to look at it. (Part 2 of 2)
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