Saturday, January 22, 2022

Marty Edwards

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World of Warcraft offers day one support for Apple’s M1 chip

<p class="">Being a long time World of Warcraft player and Mac user, I had wondered if World of Warcraft would be ported over to the new Apple M1 chip. About 10 p.m. Central time last night the following <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">forum post </a>was made on Blizzard:</p>

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Windows 95. The launch of modern personal computing

<p class="">There are some days and events that always stand out in one’s mind. Being very interested in technology and computers throughout the years, August 24, 1995, is a day I’ll always fondly remember with fondness. It was on that day that Windows 95 launched. It had been much hyped with the start button and commercials playing the line from The Rolling Stones, “Start Me Up.”</p>

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Marty Edwards’ predictions for 2020

<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">There will be a new iPhone in September, as well as iOS 14. This is pretty much a given. I do hope the new iPhone will have either a 90 or 120Hz screen refresh rate. </p>

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Marty Edwards’ favorite product of 2019: the iMac Pro

<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">The main highlight for me was the release of the Mac Pro. I’ve always built my own systems in Windows and have long wanted a Mac where I could install my own graphics card, memory, storage, etc. The 2019 Mac Pro is an engineering marvel, and definitely my favorite product of 2019.</p>

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Dictation offers great live audio transcription on the iPhone

<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">Dictation by Blueshift has been released on the Apple App Store. The developer was kind enough to give me a prerelease version to test. Voice dictation has always been one of the most valuable features of the iPhone. Dictation is much more than a recording app. As you record, it transcribes in real time.</p>

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Rogue Amoeba fills all my Mac audio needs

<p style="white-space: pre-wrap;">I daily use a Mac as my main computer, although I also use a Windows computer occasionally. With time, I have grown to appreciate the ease and simplicity of the Mac, which is known to excel at media production. I rarely edit a video, but I have need to record and edit audio almost daily.</p>

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Is the iPhone XS Max worth the price?

<p style="white-space: pre-wrap;">Yesterday, <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Dennis Sellers published a very good article on Apple World Today</a> stating that even though the new iPhones are indeed expensive, they are worth the money. I concur with Dennis on this and want to add some reasons the price of the new iPhones are definitely worth the cost to me. The prices of the new iPhones range from $999 to $1449. Even though very expensive, I still feel these prices are well worth what Apple asks. Here are some reasons:</p>

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JNUC 2017: Final Day, Final Thoughts

<p>Four months ago I had never heard of <strong><a target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener noreferrer">Jamf</a></strong> or the <strong>Jamf Nation User Conference</strong>. Now I feel like I have a good idea of exactly what Jamf does and how it can help health care, education, and businesses deploy and maintain Macs, iPads and Apple TVs. If you are responsible for maintaining multiple Apple products, Jamf is the go-to choice for doing so.</p>

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