The Mac & Forth Show 119 - Beta Beware

The Mac & Forth Show 119 - Beta Beware

The iOS 11 Public beta is out and so we waste no time installing it on our devices, with some mixed results. Also, this week marks the 10th Anniversary of the release of the original iPhone, luckily you can still get one for a mere $20,000….wait, what? Alan Vickers joins me to discuss the week’s Apple related news once again.

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The Mac & Forth Show 116 - WWDC 2017

The Mac & Forth Show 116 - WWDC 2017

Apple has revealed their plans for iOS, MacOS, TVOS and WatchOS at WWDC. They also announced a number of new products and updates. This week Alan Vickers and Don McAllister (ScreenCastsOnline) join me to discuss their thoughts on what Apple has laid out for the year ahead. Apologies for the slightly longer show than usual but we had a lot to get through. 

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UK iTunes Offer - 'Build Your Collection 90's'

UK iTunes Offer - 'Build Your Collection 90's'

The UK iTunes Store appears to be on a roll at the moment with their offers. This week their latest ‘Build Your Collection’ series is the 90’s. You can take the opportunity of picking up some great movies from the 90’s for the very reasonable price of £3.99. I have listed a few of my favourites below but do go and check out the complete collection as I’m sure your tastes will differ from mine.

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Another 'Build Your Collection' Week

Another 'Build Your Collection' Week

As they did last week the UK iTunes Store appears to be hosting another build your collection week. This time there is a selection of films from the 70's. As usual, iTunes has a few other movies on offer this week, namely Beethoven (£4.99) and Crazy Stupid Love (£3.99) but I thought I'd pick a few from the 70's collection to highlight. 

The seventies was an exciting time for cinema, with many of the world famous directors we know today making their first real forays into feature films. Also, the invention of much smaller cameras allowed directors to get out of the studios sound stages and onto the streets to capture a more gritty real world visual. 

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