PowerPage Podcast Episode 159 ("iOS 6 upstages Retina MacBook Pro") is now available for your listening pleasure:
In this episode Rob Parker and I discuss how iOS 6 may have stolen the thunder from Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro, Ivy Bridge MacBook Air, and all the WWDC announcements for that matter. Jason discloses how you can get over 100 new emoji icons and we wrap the podcast with "What's on your kit?"
Here's what's on our kit this week:
- Algoriddim vjay ($9.99, App Store) - Mind-blowing video mixer for iPad from the creators of djay, the best DJ app on iOS.
- The Indy ($179) - This distressed leather iPad shoulder bag is both functional and gorgeous (and it's made in the U.S.A.)
- WiebeTech UltraDock v5 ($249) - Access, set up, diagnose or repair any raw 2.5 or 3.5-inch SATA drive via FireWire, USB or eSATA.
- FreeSpace ($0.99, Mac App Store) - Free drive space monitor for your OS X menu bar, with one click eject. Perfect for cramped SSDs.
- Power Support HD ($14.95) - First anti-glare film set I've seen for iPhone 4/4S that doesn't diminish the Retina display.
- Seagate GoFlex Desk Thunderbolt Adapter ($189.99, Amazon) - Dual Thunderbolt dock for any GoFlex hard drive.
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