Guy English of Kickingbear and Dan Moren of Macworld join Rene to talk about the just-completed Cingleton 3, a symposium dedicated to the core values of Apple and technology developers, designers, and media. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download Directly Follow on Twitter
While all of the presentation at Çingleton Deux were fantastic, among those that stood out and resonated with me were former Apple developer evangelist Michael Jurewitz's talk on App Store economics, and Pacific Helm designer Brad Ellis' talk on color. I was privileged to watch them both live at Ç2, and here's what I wrote at the time:
Çingleton 3 is real, and it'll be taking place at Hotel Nelligan in Montreal from October 11-13, 2013. Cingleton is a symposium for iOS and OS X developers, designers, media, and enthusiasts that focuses on big-picture issues like the future of Apple, or how companies scale.
Rene Ritchie and Guy English talk Cingleton Deux, the challenges of scaling Apple, software, and expectations, Tweetbot for Mac and the value of software, pantsing the quarterback, The Magazine, and the iPad mini and iBooks. This is the iMore show. Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | Video Subscribe via RSS: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio | Video
The second day of the second annual Cingleton Symposium -- Ç deux -- was all about the presentations. With Guy English serving as master of ceremonies, a series of all-star developers, designers, media, took turns on the stage.
It's Thanksgiving weekend here beyond the Wall, in Canada, so I'll keep things brief. The iPhone 5 has launched and while we've done our full iPhone 5 review and iOS 6 review, there's still plenty left to cover. iMore has the benefit, and responsibility, of only having one phone to focus on a year, so we're going to make sure we do the best job possible for you. Top to bottom, inside...
Rene talks with Guy English of Kicking Bear and the Çingleton Symposium about media bias, Apple's iPhone event, and the ramifications of iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 in the gaming industry and more. This is the iMore show Sunday edition.
Rene and Marc iterate through Apple vs. Samsung, Metro name changes, and Safari 6 sRGB, and interrogate Luc Vandal of Edovia, and Thomas Unterberger about Screens, Napkin, and the Çingleton Symposium. This is Iterate!