35 years of Macintosh, Apple earnings season, Microsoft Office on the App Store on the AppleInsider Podcast
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, William and Victor are back, and talking about Microsoft Office on the Mac App Store, a batch of software betas, and the idea that we haven't heard the worst of earnings guidance.
- Microsoft Office. William loves Excel, we talk a bit about some of Office history, and the idea that putting Office in the App Store has some very real benefits to the end user, not the least of which is taking away the confusion in Office365 subscription plans.
- Betas are still in swing, and a bunch of them were just released for iOS/TvOS/Watch/Mac.
- HomeKit - William and Victor both love it, and have an array of devices set up. Apple's working on making it hyper-locally aware, so they can present the devices in the immediate area for control.
- Previously, we'd been talking about earnings guidance and the knock-on effect of every supplier of Apple suffering as a result. This time, Gene Munster thinks things are worse than Wall Street is estimating.
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Show note links:
- Fulfilling a WWDC promise, Microsoft Office 365 arrives on the Mac App Store
- Apple launched Macintosh on January 24, 1984 and changed the world — eventually
- iPhones with optional AppleCare available through Verizon's Visible network
- Apple issues first developer betas of iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.1.2, watchOS 5.2, and macOS 10.14.4
- Apple's holiday quarter revenue miss not fully appreciated by Wall Street, says Gene Munster
- The next HomeKit could have very precise geofencing, accurate to within feet
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