MacVoices #15153: Jeff Carlson Talks Apple Watch and His Take Control Crash Course

Jeff Carlson  gave us an early look at Apple Watch some time ago when we talked about the first edition of his  Apple Watch: A Take Control Crash Course. With the second edition released after actually having the time to use and evaluate the device, Jeff is back to share his observations on how it can benefit the user, the role of expectations in the Apple Watch experience, and why he discounts all those “declining Apple Watch sales” linkbait stories. Whether you already own an Apple Watch or are just considering getting one, you need to hear what Jeff has to say.

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Guest:

Author and photographer Jeff Carlson (@jeffcarlson, jeff@necoffee.com) is a columnist for the Seattle Times, a contributing editor at TidBITS (tidbits.com), and writes for publications such as  Macworld  and  Photographic Elements Techniques. He is the author of  The Connected Apple Family,  The iPad for Photographers, Third Edition,  iPad & iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, and  Take Control of Your Digital Photos on the Mac, among many other books. He believes there’s never enough coffee, and does his best to test that theory.