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March 9, 2015

Special: On Apple’s Spring Forward Event

It’s really starting to feel like 2008 once again. Not only could one argue that in the previous year, some priorities have been shifted away from Mac software development in favor of the new hot portable device, but there is a new aluminum-clad MacBook that is dropping ports. Additionally, we got to see further clues where Apple is going next and it’s an excellent mix of excitement, opinionated development, and the feeling that everything is even more cohesive across the product lineup…

October 16, 2014

Special: Apple October Event Coverage

I don’t want to sound smug, but today’s Apple event was the first in a long time that I had completely guessed ahead of time (complete with an annoying iMessage to my dad before and after, since he was indirectly following while watching CNBC). That being said, let’s take a look at some of the updates, which all were quite positive…

June 2, 2014

Special: WWDC 2014 Keynote Coverage

We covered Apple’s keynote live on @schwarztechlive and earlier today. After looking at all the announcements, there was a lot to make sense of, especially since there was simply no time for hardware announcements. Besides demonstrating OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, Apple showed off quite a few new developer tools…

January 24, 2014

Special: The Mac at 30: Being Your Best

After spending a fair amount of time posting stories from everyone else, I was inspired to write a little about my experience with the Mac. Although I haven’t been using a Mac since day one, I had the chance to start with some of the earliest models and still have many. It’s been a fun day to read some old stories and appreciate how far technologically we have come since 1984…

“He also talked about the future of Apple…But, he said, he hoped it would be a $10 billion company that did not lose its soul.”