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DOWNLOAD — Free Version All good things must come to an end. After 17 years as a pioneer in online radio and podcasting, this will be the final original episode of The Tech Night Owl LIVE. For this show, we’ve gathered some of our favorite guests to reminisce and talk about the present and the near-future of or favorite fruit company, Apple Inc.

Guests for this very special episode include tech commentator and publisher Adam Engst, Editor and Publisher of TidBITS, outspoken veteran tech commentator Peter Cohen, cutting-edge commentator and podcaster Kirk McElhearn.

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Newsletter Issue #994: About Those Silly Comparisons with the iPhone SE

May 26th, 2020

Before I get to the meat of this column, my main question about the 2020 iPhone SE is why it took Apple so long to release it?

The original came out in 2016, and was fundamentally an iPhone 5s with most of the guts of the far-faster iPhone 6s. While it mostly went under the radar at times when mostly top-of-the-line gear received the serious attention from the tech media, a lot of customers loved them. Not just because its $399 retail price was cheaper, but because its smaller form factor, with a four-inch display, made it especially attractive to people who found the mainstream models just too large.

Indeed, Apple once touted smaller smartphone displays as an advantage, making it easier for one-handed use. But market forces aren’t always driven by logic and reason, and thus Android gear with larger displays gained sales sometimes at the expense of Apple

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Newsletter Issue #993: Revising ARM on Macs — Again!

May 17th, 2020

It’s fair to say that if you repeat a somewhat reasonable rumor about Apple year after year, it might eventually come to pass. So as its ARM-based CPUs have become more and more powerful, it seems a given that Apple is poised to ditch Intel one of these days and make the third processor switchover in its history.

Now when Apple first moved to the PowerPC in 1994, it didn’t seem so much of an issue at the time, although it survived for 12 years. But the Intel rumors were around for quite a while. One of the most interesting ones focused on Apple having a secret project, “Star Trek,” where new Macs were being tested with Intel CPUs at the same time that Steve Jobs was reassuring everyone that they were perfectly happy with the progress of the PowerPC.

Lest you forget, the most powerful Macs with the G5 required liquid cooling to keep the chassis from frying. It was never tamed for notebook use, so year after year the fastest PowerBooks lost traction against even cheaper Intel-based Windows portables.

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Newsletter Issue #992: Apple Quietly Makes the Case for Fewer Public Events

May 10th, 2020

Was it really so long ago?

At one time, an Apple media event was big news. This was especially true when Steve Jobs was still among us. Although he wasn’t necessarily a skilled actor, he had his keynote chatter down pat. His consummate ability as a salesperson made it seem as if the new product or service was the greatest thing since sliced bread. Or the wheel, or whatever product you wish to name.

Sometimes you felt that the new gadget was little more than an indulgence, and that was probably the initial reaction to the first iPod, with 1,000 songs in your pocket.

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Newsletter Issue #991: They Assume Owners of New Apple Gear Don’t Know Much

May 3rd, 2020

Way back when, tech gear wasn’t all-so-easy to use. Even Macs, the “computer for there rest of us.” In those days, they were packed with several thick user guides. And, yes, I did read them, cover to cover, several times in fact.

Maybe I was a glutton for punishment.

Not that it made me an instant Mac guru, but I learned enough to make my way around without having to ask for help, at least most of the time. I suppose that’s why some people thought I was some sort of expert, and it did read to a number of writing assignments. So there is — or was — value in reading those manuals, even though most people didn’t bother.

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