The MacJury spent the first weekend with iOS 9 working with some of their favorite features, getting used to the many changes and update Apple made to their mobile operating system. Topics on the docket included upgrading, Siri, the Application Switcher, the new ad blocking software option, and many of the other new features and their impact are discussed by the panel of Dr. Robert Carter, John Grzeskowiak, Chuck La Tournous and host Chuck Joiner.
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Dr. Robert Carter is a university psychologist where he provide psychological services to students and trains pre-doctoral interns in the practice of psychology. In his other life, he is an Apple podcaster, producing and co-hosting the Tech Doctor podcast. The podcast is devoted to helping people get the most from their Apple devices. They are particularly interested in interviewing users and developers who incorporate Apple’s VoiceOver accessibility technology into their work-flow and apps. The Tech Doctor crew embraces Apple’s idea that Apple products are for everyone.
John Grzeskowiak is the owner, Managing Partner and Chief Engineer of RadTech, a maker and distributor of products for all lines of personal computers and electronic devices, â€œIntelligent solutions for the digital lifestyle.” You can find him on Twitter, or follow RadTechitself on Twitter.
Chuck La Tournous (Twitter) is a writer, marketer, musician, speaker, podcaster, pundit, art director, web developer and all-around geek. In addition to appearing as a regular panelist on The MacJury, Chuck speaks about technology, camping and marketing issues, and is a contributing editor for The Mac Observer. Once a year or so, he dusts off his bass guitar to play in the Macworld All-Star Band. His new site — trailcamper.com — is in open beta, covering the intersection of high tech and high adventure.