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#iACast 88 – Beta Comparisons

///#iACast 88 – Beta Comparisons

#iACast 88 – Beta Comparisons

By |2018-07-28T02:26:19+00:00July 28th, 2018|iA Cast, iA Cast Weekly|0 Comments

On this episode of the #iACast, Michael, Jason and Scott discuss the differences between the Apple, Microsoft, and Android beta programs.

We also discuss an overheating issue that affected some 2018 MacBook Pros. While Apple has released a software update that is said to fix the overheating problem, the update was not yet available at the time of recording.

We talk about Apple’s release of the Shortcuts app as a TestFlight beta for developers, Aira shipping Horizon kits, the new photo description features found in the latest update to Seeing AI, and the release of the fourth developer beta of iOS 12.

 

Our ad for this week is the announcement of iAccessibility becoming an LLC.

Michael’s weekly pick is the

Nintendo Switch, Jason’s pick is an app called My Contacts Backup. This app lets you export your contacts as a vCard that you can then import back into a contact manager or a service such as iCloud. Scott’s pick is a food delivery app called MyTown2Go.

 

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Hey there, thanks for stopping by. I hope you're enjoying all of the great content we have here. Things I love: Music? Check. Technology? Check. I started getting into technology a bit later than some. I started using Windows in 2003 or 2004, until 2010. After that, I ended up getting a Mac, and have been using OS 10/macOS ever since. I am also a member of Apple's public macOS and IOS beta programs. I’ve played with Ubuntu, but I haven't really delved into it. One of these days, I'm going to get a box, and start learning it for real. I've also used Android up to Kit-Kat. I love to learn and help people, and just have a good time.