Shortly after the iPhone 4S announcement event wrapped up, The MacJury convened to evaluate the latest news from Apple, including the issue surrounding the naming convention, the new camera, Siri, and the internal hardware changes to the device. The role of voice recognition in gaming, how your relationship with your phone may change once you can talk to it, and the inevitable Star Trek comparisons start off the conversation. Along the way Find My Friends is evaluated, iCloud tradeoffs and dependence are weighed, Cards’ usefulness is examined, and Tim Cook’s performance is discussed by the panel of Lex Friedman, Chuck La Tournous, Omaha Sternberg and host Chuck Joiner.
Lex Friedman is Macworld‘s staff writer; he writes news, hints, reviews, editorials, and whatever else his bosses tell him to do. He also blogs with alarming inconsistency. You can follow Lex on Twitter or on Google+.
Chuck La Tournous (follow him on Twitter) is a writer, marketer, musician, speaker, podcaster, pundit, art director, web developer and all-around geek. Chuck is a Contributing Editor for The Mac Observer, speaks about technology and marketing issues at places like Macworld Conference and Expo and appears on podcasts like The MacJury and Your Mac Life. Once a year or so, he dusts off his bass guitar to play with the Macworld All-Star Band.
Omaha Sternberg is the Chief Producer of iGame Radio, covering gaming on the Mac and iOS devices. You can also see her reviews on Mac|Life, Macworld, and iPhone Life magazines. Follow Omaha on Twitter or Google+.
Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices, MacVoicesTV, MacNotables and The MacJury, a group of shows and web sites that make up The MacVoices Group, and is part ofMacLevelTen . You can catch up with what he’s doing by following him on Twitter, friending him on Facebook, or circling him on Google+.
iPhone 4S announcement (video)