Apple has released the complete iPhone 5 event video from yesterday on its Podcast channel which you can find within iTunes. The video can be downloaded from Apple's channel for viewing at your convenience but be warned, it is a high quality video.
I had the pleasure of joining Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Mac OS Ken on MacBreak Weekly today. Leo and the TWiT network are the pioneers of internet radio and television, and MacBreak Weekly and Mac OS Ken are both seminal works in the Apple community, so it was great to be able to sit in on the discussions.
Topics included the new iPhone connector, the smaller iPad, and those poor Apple Store employees.
Check out the video above, or for more streaming and download options, audio and video, hit the link below.
(And thanks as well to Chad for making my MBW debut as gentle as possible.)
Apple has just launched their own podcast app, called simply Podcasts. It's available right now in the App Store and is a universal binary so has specific interfaces for both iPhone and iPod touch, and iPad. It's a great way to listen to all your favorite podcasts, including iMore's and all the Mobile Nations shows.
All Steve Jobs appearances at the All Things D conference have now been made available as podcasts on iTunes. There are many videos of Steve Jobs around today, there are a lot of him presenting at product launches and of course his famous Stanford commencement but there are very few actual sit down interviews.
Apple has made the complete new iPad event keynote video available through iTunes. You can find the video under Podcasts > Technology > Tech news > Apple Inc > Apple Keynotes. You can then download just the event video or subscribe to all future events when they become available.
Rene, Leanna, and Seth bring you live color, commentary, and analysis of Apple's New York education event, including iBooks 2, Textbooks, iBooks Author, and iTunes U. What does it mean for schools, for Apple, and for the future? This is iPhone & iPad Live! (Note: Show number has been incremented to reflect all previous iPhone Live and iPad Live podcasts -- since they merged like Devastator!)
The iRig MIC Cast has been announced at CES 2012 and it is another option for those that like to use their iOS devices for podcasts, interview recording, lectures, voice memos or any other scenario where sound quality is important.
Vemedio has released Instacast HD which is an iPad version of the hugely popular Instacast iPhone app for managing your podcasts. If you are a user of the iPhone version and want the same experience on your iPad, now you can. Even better, Instacast uses iCloud to enable your podcasts to be in-sync across devices too.