Episode 186 – iPhone X: /aɪ/ /fəʊn/ /ten/

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We start with some follow up on the mysterious red menubar bug and Vero social network’s questionable origins. Swift is now among the top 10 programing languages in use. Apple has announced WWDC 2018 dates and launched the annual ticket lottery. We speculate on what WWDC will bring us and how the lottery really works. Deep Fake technology allows the live modification of video with fake content. Intel fights for its future. The annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey is out and Greg Heo joins us to go through the findings. A cryptocurrency mining app is pulled from the App Store. Picks: Google opens up maps to game developers, WWDC Scholarships, Tau Day

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Logic Pro X down sample fix

Lately Logic Pro X has not been automatically converting the sample rates of our recorded tracks. We podcast with 4 hosts and for some reason 3/4 of us are recording at 48K. The project is set to 44.1K and in the past Logic Pro X would match the sample rates when importing. Not so much any more. It’s super buggy under El Capitan as well (Good job Apple!)

So you can force Logic Pro to down sample the tracks. In the Audio Bin, control click the tracks and chose Copy/Convert. Then choose AIF and set the sample rate to 44.1K. Also leave the Change File reference in Project Audio. Logic Pro X will freeze up (way to go Apple!) but after a while you will see a project bar as the track converts to the final file.

Episode 59 – We Can’t Help Ourselves

This week we chat about Internet pricing , cell service plans and iPhone subsidies. We follow up on Content Blockers and advertising. OS X El Capitan ships and discuss upgrading strategies. We cover our recommended upgrade strategies, cloning hard drives, backup and storage. We discuss the consequences of breaking Apple’s NDA as iFixit gets kicked out.

 

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MTJC Podcast – Ep 8, Psychic iPhone 6 Plus Bending

Episode #8 – Psychic iPhone 6 Plus Bending – Sept 24, 2014 

In the September 24th show, we discuss our hands on experiences with handling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the odd placement of the iPhone 6 power button. Apple’s quality control, bend-gate and bend-gazi, the iOS 8.0.1 snafu and iOS 8 adoption rates one week in.

 

Episode 8 Show Notes:
Star Trek Next Generation Wallpapers
Awesome ScreenShot
iOS 8 update trend via Mixpanel
Apple iOS 8 numbers
RunSwiftlang.com
Register Your iPhone at My Support Profile
X-Mirage

My MacBook Air 13 display rotated in the System Preferences, displaying the iPhone 6 Plus simulator full screen.
My MacBook Air 13 display rotated in the System Preferences, displaying the iPhone 6 Plus simulator full screen.

 

 

Apple leather case on an iPhone 6 Plus. Showing how close to the glass the case sits.
Apple leather case on an iPhone 6 Plus. Showing how close to the glass the case sits.



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