Jim Tanous of TekRevue joins host Chuck Joiner to discuss the September 9 Apple Event that saw the new iteration of the Apple TV, the iPad Pro and the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. All of the announcements deserve some examination at who the target customer(s) are, how well they deliver on expectations and needs, and what the must-have features are. The key new features of each product are analyzed, along with some of the secondary announcements including Apple Pencil, iCloud pricing and Apple’s Upgrade Program.
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Jim M. Tanous runs TekRevue, a general interest technology site covering the most important stories each day from the world of Mac, Windows, Mobile, and Gaming, along with frequent tips and tutorials on how to get the most out of your technology. He also stops by The Mac Observer each week to drop off a tip or two from the Mac Geek Gab podcast. Prior to starting TekRevue, Jim wrote for The Mac Observer, fixed computers for Apple, installed medical records software for McKesson, and assisted attorneys at a New York law firm. Born in Buffalo, NY, Jim now lives in Erie, PA with his wife and young son, and spends most of his day trying to keep the family’s three cats off of his desk. You can contact Jim via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or email.
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