Essential Apple Podcast 54: Boinx and more...
We are joined by Oliver Breidenbach of Boinx Software
Recorded 3rd September 2017
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This week, we are joined by Oliver Breidenbach of Boinx Software, makers of FotoMagico, iStopMotion, MiMoLive and other ”cool photo and video software for Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch” to talk about, well Boinx obviously, and all the rest of the stuff we came across this week.
On this week’s show:
- The date is official and the invites have been sent... September 12th Uncle Tim and Co will unveil what they have up their sleeves.
- Hot on the heels of the last Beta releases the Dev 8/Public 7 builds went live promptly followed by Dev 9/Public 8 just days later.
- Why AR powered smart glasses might be Apple's next big money maker – BGR
- Smart glasses 'will be as popular as mobile phones' – Sky News
- Apple definitely hasn't given up on under-screen fingerprint sensors - BGR
- Apple to make “cat like” iPhones? Apple looks into ways to make its iOS and macOS devices more resistant to drop damage — Apple World Today
- Apple will invest $1.3bn to build new 100% green energy data centre in Iowa and $100m will go to local projects like parks and sports facilities – Apple
- Apple wins award for AI research paper – MacRumours
- Apple's Secure Enclave processor firmware decrypted – iClarified
- Is the future of Apple a merged OS? – MacWorld
- Parallels Remote Access Server
- Chinese scientists discover a way to create powerful supercapacitors from dried, fallen leaves – International Business Times
Nemo’s Hardware Store (39:41)
Social Media and Slack
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