You can find lots of follow-up WWDC coverage at ‘MacVoices’

You can find a plethora of follow-up coverage of last week’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference at MacVoices. Among the latest episodes:

  • The Mac Observer’s Dave Hamilton delivers some first impressions about the new Mac Pro and who it is for, macOS Catalina from a geek’s perspective, Apple’s choices for the delivery of HomeKit-equipped routers, and more.

  • Andrew Hill of Textile.io gives a taste of his successful talk at the conference that covers the state of IPFS, what it is, and why you should care.

  • The Apple announcements and their effects on Mobile Device Management (MDM) are addressed by Michael Devins, product manager for Jamf. He talks about the challenges from both the Mac and iOS perspectives.

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MacVoices is the Internet show that delivers in-depth discussions with the most influential people in the Mac industry as well as the individuals who are out there making it happen on the front lines of the global Apple community. Founded as an audio program in 2005, the show has evolved into audio and video versions.

Its head honcho is Chuck Joiner, who’s been creating original Apple, Macintosh and tech-oriented audio and video content since 2000. Professionally, he serves as Vice President of Claims & Operations for The Insurance Alliance Network.

Joiner’s credentials include over four years as chairman of the Apple User Group Advisory Board, speaking appearances at Macworld Expo, User Group University, Macstock Conference and Expo, and The National Association of Broadcasters Show. He’s also editor-in-chief of The MUG Center, one of the longest-running Apple User Group resources sites on the web.