13 Inch iPad Pro M4 UnboxCast

In this episode, we delve into the unboxing of the new iPad Pro M4 13-inch with Michael Doeys leading the discussion. The excitement is palpable as the iPad arrives, boasting impressive features like one terabyte of space, 16 gigs of RAM, and a sleek silver design. The unboxing process is meticulous, with observations on the …

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iACast News for May 13, 2024

In this latest episode of the IACast News Update, Michael Doeys expresses gratitude for listeners’ support of the IACast and shares his excitement about the success of iPads. Michael discusses contemplating purchasing the nanotexture display based on positive reviews but ultimately deciding to stick with the current version for now, looking forward to trying out …

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iACast iPads Are Crushing It

In this episode of IACast, we dive into the recent Apple event where new iPads were announced. We discuss the various models, including the iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro, along with the range of colors and storage options available. The conversation delves into the pricing, with the iPad Air starting at $599 and …

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iACast News for April 25th, 2024

In this episode, we dive into the latest tech news, particularly focusing on the upcoming Apple event scheduled for May 7th. Tim Cook announced the event, hinting at the unveiling of new iPad Pro and Air models, along with the highly anticipated Apple Pencil 3. Speculations suggest the potential inclusion of OLED displays in the …

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iACast News for April 23, 2024

In this news update, I discussed recent developments in the tech world that caught my attention. Firstly, Meta’s decision to open up their operating system on devices like the Quest to third-party manufacturers for creating VR headsets is a significant move. It appears to be a strategic step towards competing with the Vision Pro, which …

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April Tech News Discussion

In this discussion, Taylor Arndt and Michael discuss various tech topics, starting with the review of the Humane AI Pen by Marques Brownlee. They delve into the features and issues of the pen, such as its functionality, pricing, and potential shortcomings. The conversation shifts to the impact of tech reviews on companies, highlighting the importance …

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Thoughts on Vision Pro

Mike discusses his experience with the Vision Pro headset in this episode of the IACast. He shares his excitement about the headset’s capabilities and its impact on his interactions with others. Mike details his observations about the headset’s features, such as voice memos, FaceTime, Messages, and more. He praises the headset’s ability to enhance his …

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Get looped in with Microsoft Loop

In this episode, we are joined by Taylor Arndt to discuss Microsoft Loop, a program that serves as an alternative to Notion. One of the main advantages of Loop is its accessibility for blind users, addressing the accessibility issues that Notion has. Loop offers features such as workspaces, pages, and ideas, allowing users to categorize …

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A Bit about BITS

In this episode, I’m joined by Jeff Bishop, the President of Blind Information Technology Specialists (BITS). We discuss the accomplishments of BITS as an organization and their mission to promote accessibility and education in the field of technology for the blind and low vision community. Last year, under Jeff’s leadership, BITS saw significant growth in …

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Unpacking January Tech News

In this segment of the conversation, I start by discussing recent tech announcements. I mention the Samsung event and the release of the S24 series, which includes the S24, S24 Plus, and the Ultra. I note that these phones resemble iPhones in terms of their design, with squared-off edges and matte colored sides. I also …

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