The new iMacs are out and there’s so much we’ve been discovering. A firmware update unleashed 6Gb/s speeds on two of the SATA ports, then an interesting design choice essentially takes one way. A couple of programmers take advantage of a tracking oversight in iOS, but is it much ado about nothing? A debate begins over the official news about AT&T’s new data cap pricing structure that went into effect just a few days ago. Hear all the details about this news and more on this episode of OWC Radio.
OWC Radio is a monthly, forum-based podcast focused on the events and happenings in the Mac community. This week’s hosts are: OWC Grant, OWC Chris S., and OWC Mike H.
Links from the show:
- ATandT Broadband Data Capping Now in Effect
- Apple Releases New iMacs with Thunderbolt.
- 2011 iMac Unboxing & Teardown
- Firmware Update Enables 6Gb/s in 2011 iMacs.
- 10.6.7 Font Problem Follow-Up
- iOS secretly storing your location data, say researchers
- Customers Sue Apple Over iPhone Location-Data Collection
- Apple Q&A on Location Data
- AT&T makes broadband data caps official
- NuGuard GripStand & GripBase
- NuPad Base
- Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G