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Agos/06/2015 - 09:23:54

Podcast 468: The day the Music died - Macworld

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Every day will be gorgeous within the Mac world, but now and then storms gather inside the iCloud. Since will even now be pretty confusing.

. Allow this podcast become your umbrella, and also I guarantee to prevent using the strained weather analogies. Along With an individual can still send us feedback concerning something an individual listen to around the show.

The collision associated with Apple Music, iCloud music Library, along with iTunes Match can be nevertheless confusing. Or Even you tend to be able to point your favorite podcast-savvy RSS reader at:

Special thanks for you to this week's sponsor. Red Hat tends to make enterprise software program reliable inside the world's most demanding data centers. This week Glenn and Susie discuss/kvetch in regards to the confusion more than your collision of Apple Music, iCloud Audio Library, and also iTunes Match. security research is great and also necessary, along with you shouldn't end up being as well freaked out--Glenn can easily explain why.

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Glenn additionally up-to-date us on the couple really scary-sounding vulnerabilities that could affect Macs. There's other news too, like Apple denying business Insider's statement that it absolutely was starting an MVNO, as well as yet another rumor concerning Siri transcribing your own voicemail someday.

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