MacVoices #14197: The MacJury Evaluates The First Weekend with the iPhone 6

Whether you got up early on Friday to stand in line or had it delivered to you, the iPhone 6 was the highlight of the weekend for many, including members of The MacJury. From the size of the iPhone 6 Plus, to the enhanced camera features, to the initial performance of iOS 8, the panel talks about what they like, what they don’t, their buying experience, and whether they would make the same choices. Some sample video, plenty of points of evaluation on appearance, function and more are all part of the discussion with the panel of Neal Pann, Jim Tanous  and host Chuck Joiner.

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Neal Pann is an architect and sole proprietor of Neal A. Pann, Architect . He’s the creator and co-host of the Archispeak Podcast , which is casual conversation about all things architecture, both the good and the bad. He also founded the Apple for Architects site, which is dedicated to helping architects with their Apple products. You can follow him on Twitter at.

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.