Our MacVoices Live! discussion of Apple’s quarterly financial results continues as we look at the subscription revenue numbers, their implications, and how they are (or are not) calculated. We then start to examine how the Apple Watch’s health monitoring capabilities are being used, what it can and can’t do (at least right now), and where that fits in the strategy going forward. The panel of Jay Miller, Frank Petrie, Dave Ginsburg, Mike Schmitz, Jim Rea, and Mark Fuccio offer their thoughts and some personal experiences. (Part 2)
Our MacVoices Live! discussion of Apple’s quarterly financial results took some decidedly offbeat turns. In Part 1, we touch on what effect stimulus money might have had on those results, how the continued changes to employment and work from home initiatives may have influenced things, and where that might go in the future. The panel of Jay Miller, Frank Petrie, Dave Ginsburg, Mike Schmitz, Jim Rea, and Mark Fuccio wrap up with the question of supply chain challenges for both Apple and the entire PC industry in the future. (Part 1)
In a brief Update for July 2021, Chuck talks about MacVoices Live!, the many assets that MacVoices Offers, and provides the month’s Support Report.
The last part of this MacVoices Live! session focused on the acquisition of the podcast client Pocket Casts by Automatic, the makers of WordPress. What opportunities this might present for content creators and podcasters are considered by Andrew Orr, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg,and Brittany Smith. The panel then identify their podcast clients of choice and why they chose them. (Part 3)
We finish up our discussion of streaming video interfaces before the MacVoices Live! panel of Andrew Orr, Jim Rea, Frank Petrie, Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, and Brittany Smith take on the topic of the Pegasus malware, why you probably aren’t a target, and how the media has mis-represented the iPhone/Android aspects of the story. (Part 2)
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