Shortly after things wrapped up at Apple’s September 12 event, The MacJury convened to provide some thoughts on the many announcements, and the event itself. The first event at the new Steve Jobs Theater delivered some interesting changes in the presentation style along with new products. The panel discusses the Apple Watch Series 3 and questions over cellular data plans, whether the automatic 4K upgrades change the value of the Apple TV 4K, and how the upgrades to the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus stack up. The iPhone X gets plenty of attention from the panel of Tonya Engst, Don McAllister, Ken Ray, and host Chuck Joiner.
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Tonya Engst spends her days immersed in Apple technology, serving as editor-in-chief at TidBITS Publishing, which she co-founded. She works behind the scenes on the TidBITS Web site (Apple news for the rest of us) and on the front lines of the Take Control ebook series (highly practical, tightly focused ebooks about technology, mostly Apple-related), where she thinks about the big picture, edits many ebooks, and occasionally gets to write one. Follow her on Twitter.
Don McAllister is the host and producer of ScreenCastsOnline, a weekly video tutorial service, designed to help people get the most out of their Macs, iPads and iPhones. He also publishes his training videos in the SCOtutor series of apps, blogs at The Mac Screencast Guy, and can be found on Twitter.
Since May of 2005, Ken Ray has eaten, slept, and breathed Apple news and news related to Apple news in order to produce a daily Apple news show. and he does just that with Mac OS Ken, with content that includes most stories directly related to Apple, many stories indirectly related to Apple that stand a chance of affecting Apple’s business or its users, and tangentially related stories that are funny.A slightly skewed, sometimes cynical, obsessive look at Apple news, five-days-a-week. Ken also produces an extra day of content in Mac OS Ken: Day 6, a subscription show that features one-on-one interviews with fellow podcasters, industry analysts, experts and whoever Ken wants to talk to. Ken also co-hosts Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast, that explores the Star Trek universe one episode at a time and he produces The Checklist by SecureMac. You can connect with him on Twitter.