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MRTP 214: The Magic of Magnets


In Episode 214 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • Question about guides for the Mac
  • Holly’s new iPad
  • WWDC starts on June 7
  • Two new Siri voices in latest beta, and Siri’s gender is no longer set by default
  • Apple Arcade has new Classics category
  • TikTok auto captions
  • Clubhouse creators now accepting payments
  • Twitter Spaces
  • Douglas Adams archive

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MRTP 213: Bite the Invite


In Episode 213 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • Clubhouse and contacts
  • Holly’s new HomePod Mini
  • Screen Recognition and Roll Playing Games
  • Blind Drive
  • Apple and chargers
  • AccessiBe

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MRTP 212: I Don’t Remember Time Anymore


In Episode 212 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights experiment with using the Clubhouse app for audience participation. Topics discussed include:

  • Follow-up: TikTok
  • Follow-up: the Overcast watch app
  • improvements to Clubhouse accessibility
  • the iMac Pro is no more
  • Email and Dynamic Type
  • Virtual CSUN

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MRTP 211: TikTok Is the New Orbit


In Episode 211 of The Maccessibility Roundtable Podcast, our knights discuss:

  • follow-up from Darcy: improvements to automations in shortcuts
  • Follow-up from Holly: TikTok
  • New version of Overcast
  • Holly’s new Apple Watch
  • Clubhouse

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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.


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