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MacTech Live 133: 2012 Predictions, Part 1

Published on January 9, 2012 by in Podcast

In this first part of a two-part series, Josh Long (“the JoshMeister”) shares Apple industry predictions for 2012 from Ken Ray of the Mac OS Ken podcasts, Katie Floyd from the Mac Power Users podcast, and Victor Agreda, Jr., Editor-in-Chief of The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

In this episode, our guests discuss everything from Apple’s potentially upcoming TV products, the convergence of iOS and Mac OS X (which could be the harbinger of touchscreen Macs), the iPad 3 and iPhone 5, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, Mac OS X v10.8, the ongoing intellectual property and patent wars, and even wearable computing.

Don’t miss the upcoming part two of our 2012 predictions show, featuring Appsterdam’s legendary product engineer and programmer Mike Lee, TUAW editor and podcaster Michael Rose, PHP princess and Beatweek senior editor Daynah, and Macworld.com app reviewer and educator Jeff Phillips and co-host Ty Hayes from the (unaffiliated with MacTech Magazine) Mactechedu podcast. Be sure to subscribe so you won’t miss it!

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  1. My Apple Predictions for 2012 « KatieFloyd.me

    [...] of The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Episode 133 of the MacTech Live Podcast. You can find a direct link to the show here. January 9th, 2012 | Category: Appearances, Opinion, Random [...]

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