June 13, 2007


Mac Roundtable 2007.06.13 Episode #27

Filed under: Podcast — themacattack @ 10:50 am

This episode of the MacRoundtable is produced by Steve Stanger from the The Mac Attack podcast. Tim (Mac Reviewcast), Joseph (Mac MediaCast), Steve, and special guest Victor from Typical Mac User discuss the announcements made at WWDC 2007

Links from the show:



Scoble thinks Mac’s fonts are blurry

Leopard features

WWDC 2007 Keynote

Today in iPhone

Leopard dock resembles Suns project Looking Glass



  1. I have a couple of corrections and some additional commentary.

    The G5 (aka IBM PowerPC 970) is in fact a 64-bit chip. The Apple TV is really an Intel Mac running a slightly modified 10.4.7, so it’s not using Core Animation for the intro video, just Quartz Composer.

    For those wondering why Apple chose to port Safari to Windows, I’ve managed to come up with a list of nine business reasons, which can be found at http://macskeeball.wordpress.com/2007/06/13/safari-on-windows-9-business-reasons-for-apples-porting-it

    Comment by Macskeeball — June 13, 2007 @ 9:10 pm

  2. I needed to do a better job explaining the demo of core animation at the keynote. The demo Steve J showed looked pretty much like the Apple TV intro. That’s how I should of said it. I know that the Apple TV isn’t using CA.

    Interesting points made on your blog.


    Comment by themacattack — June 14, 2007 @ 6:38 am

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