In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnakk and Mike Malarsie get together to talk about recent Apple news and topics of interest.
Topics featured in this podcast include:
Apple Q1 2018 Results: $88.3 Billion Revenue, 77.3 Million iPhones, 13.2 Million iPads Sold
App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and Apple Pay Set All Time Quarterly Revenue Records in Q1 2018
Apple Releases iOS 11.2.6, macOS 10.13.3 Supplemental Update, watchOS 4.2.3, and tvOS 11.2.6
Apple previews iOS 11.3
Apple Has Delayed Some Planned iOS 12 Features Until Next Year to Focus on Performance and Quality
Here's what Apple's got planned for iOS 12
Twitter Discontinues Twitter for Mac App
HomePod Review: Is it Really Worth the Price Tag?
Microsoft Partners With Be My Eyes to Offer Specialized Help to its Blind and Low Vision customers Via Live Video Chat
Land of Livia
How to recover files deleted from your iCloud Drive
How to Temporarily Disable Touch ID and Face ID with Siri on iPhone or iPad
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Great Show and a Recommendation
I just finished listening to "AppleVis Unleashed" for February. Very nice. I tried asking Alexa to be a villain, and it only worked once but I love it. I have the free app called Reverb for Mac, and it works very well. I'd also like to recommend another service for accessing Twitter. Some of you may have heard of this one. It's called Easy Chirp, and it is web-based so nothing has to be downloaded. It is also free, which of course is a plus. When I first heard about it from a former colleague, it was called Accessible Twitter but the developer had to come up with a different name due to copyright. But this service works on Windows, Mac, and probably other platforms as well. I've used it for several years on both Macintosh and Windows, and highly recommend it for its ease of use and feature set. Your mileage may of course vary, but I've had no accessibility problems with it. Easy Chirp is at http://www.easychirp.com , and I think it goes without saying but a Twitter account is required. You can sign in right from the website though.