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★ MRTP 117: Some Weird Mammal Classification

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In Episode 117 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • iPhone pre-orders
  • iOS 10
  • our further thoughts on Airpods
  • watchOS 3
  • tvOS and low vision accessibility

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iOS 10: The MacStories Review

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Haven Lost, the first volume in the new epic fantasy series the Dragon’s Brood Cycle, is available for Kindle, iBooks, as a paperback, from Audible, or from other book retailers.

★ MRTP 116: Yeah But They’re Big Holes!

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In Episode 116 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss Apple’s September 7 press event.

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Watch Apple’s event

★ MRTP 115: SKUs All Over the Place

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In Episode 115 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss: The upcoming Apple event, five years of Tim Cook’s Apple, and subscription pricing for software

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Haven Lost, the first volume in the new epic fantasy series the Dragon’s Brood Cycle, is available for Kindle, iBooks, as a paperback, from Audible, or from other book retailers.

★ MRTP 114: Paccessibility

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In Episode 114 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • Shelly’s Twitter Rejection
  • The “Orbit Reader 20” braille display
  • The Apple TV Remote app

We then end the podcast with a round of picks.

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The roundtable is brought to you this week by Monkeys Took My Jetpack. Find it at mtmjetpack.com

★ MRTP 113: PokéStop

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In Episode 113 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • John’s thoughts on the NFB resolution
  • Sonos and Plex
  • Scrivener for iOS
  • Pokémon Go

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This episode is sponsored by iOS Access for All, a book by Shelly Brisbin. Learn to use your iPhone or iPad accessibly. Get it at  iosaccessbook.com.