MacVoices #13144: The MacJury Examines Mac OS Wants, Needs and Expectations Before WWDC

A little while ago, we looked at what we want, need and expect to see for iOS at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. This time, we take a look at what our panel wants, needs and expects to see for the Mac OS. Whether the Mac OS is mature and has no where to go or is just getting started, whether innovations or stability should be the focus, and and what we can realistically expect to see are all examined by the panel of Oliver Breidenbach of Boinx Software, Philip Goward of Smile, Kirk McElhearn of Macworld,  Greg Scown of Smile  and host Chuck Joiner.

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Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices, MacVoicesTV. You can catch up with what he’s doing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn.

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Oliver Breidenbach  is the CEO of  Boinx Software, headquartered in Puchheim, Germany. When not on the golf course, you can find Oliver on  Twitter  or  Google+.

Philip Goward  is a co-founder of  Smile, developers of  PDFpen  and  TextExpander. He lives in San Francisco and has a passion for opera. You can find him  on Twitter.

Kirk McElhearn  writes about Macs, iPods, iPads, iTunes, books, music and more. He’s written  a dozen books, is a Senior Contributor to  Macworld, and writes for several other web sites and magazines. He reviews classical CDs for  MusicWeb  and audiobooks for  Audiofile, and is a  French-English translator.

Greg Scown  is a partner and co-founder of  Smile, developers of  PDFpen  and  TextExpander. You can follow him on  Twitter.