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One More Thing 14: Except in Nebraska

11/25, 9:02am

What to get the person who has everything but doesn't listen to OMT

We've been checking our lists twice, chiefly because of syncing issues, and you know how it is. Christmas expands to fill the space you have and nature abhors a news vacuum so in what continues to be a quiet week, One More Thing decks some halls. Wait, is that Christmas or Thanksgiving? It's some holiday or other and we're after celebrating all of them because it's a Grade A excuse to discuss some of the finest technology around.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 42: the most beautiful one in our history

11/23, 11:01pm

Hand-crafted with rich Corinthian voices for extreme effect

Episode 42 is, first and foremost, a gorgeous-sounding episode. It features Mike and Charles, a good connection, and a fair amount to talk about even in a slow news week. As is the norm with these two, they wander around to various topics, but among the things that are for sure discussed in the repairability (or rather, the lack of it) in the Apple Pencil (and whether anyone should care), what's up with, and more.


Hands On: Ferrite Recording Studio 1.01 (iOS)

11/19, 10:24am

Excellent podcast app but you'll need the in-app purchases

Ferrite Recording Studio 1.0 is a complete podcast recording, editing and to an extent even distributing app which does what it does very well – though it isn't yet the one-stop-shop it aims to be. Plus, it's a free app -- but you have to have at least one of the in-app purchases to even really try it out. We do like it a lot and do expect it to get better over time, but also time is something you need to devote to the app as it stands now. You won't pick up how to use Ferrite without reading through the online documentation.


One More Thing episode 13: Chew your Food

11/19, 7:29am

Also, talk to your folks, it's important

What Christmas, Black Friday or Thanksgiving presents do you get for your family? We don't care. Partly because William Gallagher and Malcolm Owen are in the UK where for some bizarre reason Thanksgiving isn't a big deal. Also, speaking of big deals, Black Friday has come to Britain but this year one big retailer has said they're not doing it. So it's just Christmas left and frankly we can shop for the family later.


MacNN Podcast Episode 41: What? Another 'Man Down' Episode?

11/16, 5:20pm

When is gallivanting season over, anyhow?

If its Monday, that means its time for the MacNN Podcast! Join Mike and William in a two-man-jam, where after a spirited discussion about the possible slipping of attention to detail by programmers in Cupertino, the pair discuss Apple's release of the iPad Pro, iOS Firefox, Tim Cook's recent remarks about the future of Cash, and much more!


MacNN Off Topic Episode 04: Old Guy Sci-Fi

11/15, 7:29pm

Wait a minute, how long have you been watching?

Yeah, we missed Off Topic last week - too much life in the way. Don't worry, there's still lots to talk about! Join Mike, Charles, and Jordan for a half an hour, jamming on topics that grabbed our attention outside of work this week. We talk about Fallout 4, hit on the Nintendo live event (and who thought of Linkle?). Charles and Mike discuss this season of Doctor Who, with a look at the possible future of the show.


One More Thing podcast episode 12: Total, Total Steveness

11/12, 7:20am

Peeks into the future and the past of Apple

It's the week of the iPad Pro so of course One More Thing has to look at 1997. There's plenty to say about 2015's iPad Pro but a new story has emerged about what it was like at Apple when Steve Jobs returned. Plus there's the news that an excited Malcolm Owen has been waiting for and William Gallagher hasn't: the release of an Android app for Apple Music.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 40: some kind of weird error

11/09, 11:21pm

We also return to normal and rant about Star Trek among other things

The MacNN Podcast road trip continues, with host and Editor Charles Martin bringing the discussion to you live from Pine Mountain, Georgia. Joining him is Malcolm Owen in Wales and William Gallagher in Birmingham (but on his way to Paris), so the gallivanting continues unabated (but this week with much better sound). On the 40th episode, we talk about changes -- from El Capitan to Star Trek -- and some of the Mac apps we can't live without, as well as a discussion on how to determine if its time to replace -- or just repair -- your older Mac. All this plus "App of the Week" in just a hair over 60 minutes.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 39: bag full of Werther's

11/02, 3:09pm

Through fire and flames, we delivered the podcast anyhow

After an attack of the Halloween gremlins in staffers' hardware, Episode 39 is ready for your listening pleasure! Mike bowed out, as his hardware ate itself, but join an especially acoustically-challenged and gallivanting Charles, with amazingly stable and problem-free cohort Malcolm, as they chat for a bit over an hour about Apple's fight against extracting data from a suspect's phone, the new Apple TV, and Amazon's purge of the Chromecast and Apple TV from its shelves.


MacNN Off Topic Podcast Episode 03: I Want To Like It!

11/01, 1:46pm

Week three of the new MacNN Off Topic podcast is on the air!

Mike and Jordan are at it again! Join the pair on the MacNN Off Topic podcast, and listen to the pair talk about Nintendo and the new Mii chat app for mobile, Sony's decision to not make any more first party games, Halo 5 and Mike's dislike of the direction the franchise has taken, and much more.


MacNN Podcast Episode 38: The Mount Rushmore of Mac sites

10/26, 12:43pm

It's not 140 years of computing experience between the three, it's only 118

Got an hour to kill and nothing to fill it with? Good -- because its tilme for this week's episode of The MacNN Podcast! We toss it up a bit as one of our staff is out gallivanting, so instead of Charles doing hosting duties, Mike takes the center chair this week, with Charles as his trusty sidekick. That's not all though! The pair are joined by William from One More Thing to round out the jovial cast of characters. If you didn't just see a '70s sitcom opening sequence in your head, you're doing today wrong.


MacNN Off Topic Podcast 02: Game Development is Hard

10/25, 12:32pm

We've survived to week two! Join us for chats about Star Wars, Destiny, more

If its Sunday morning, that means its time for MacNN Off Topic, our weekly brief look at things nerdy that captivated our attention for the week while scrounging for material on our regular beat. Sometimes what we talk about on this 'cast is work related, sometimes not. For this week, we've got a nice even spread of both!


MacNN One More Thing episode 9: PC Does Whatever

10/22, 6:59am

We don't spend long on that ad, thankfully

This is a world premiere: One More Thing becomes the first-ever MacNN podcast to do a live link-up via satellite to another podcast. Oh, yes. It's possibly not worth all the effort and the transatlantic cost but we've done it now. We're joking, obviously. Otherwise, we have about a pixel's worth of information to say about the PC Does What? adverts, we have a lot to say about Apple TV and we bluff about how expert we are on fashion. It's relevant!


The MacNN Podcast, episode 37: 'Podcast does whaaat?'

10/20, 3:00am

This episode dedicated to the memory of Gary Allen and ifoAppleStore

Yet again, time to set aside an hour and check out the latest episode of The MacNN Podcast, where we geek out about new shiny things from Apple and wonder about the old shiny things, and lament the shiny things that aren't here anymore. From the sadness of saying goodbye to a serious Apple fan to the joy of watching those hilarious new PC commercials, Charles and Mike (and special guest stars William and Malcolm from One More Thing) debrief you on the week in tech.


MacNN Off Topic podcast 01: Harebrained Schemes' Mitch Gitelman

10/18, 9:30am

Big launch of the MacNN Off Topic podcast, with Battletech Kickstarter founder

Apple technology is fascinating, but has its ups and downs. There's a big, wide world out there, that we barely touch on -- until now. Enclosed within, is the first episode of MacNN: Off Topic, our newest weekly podcast where the staffers talk about their passions, their interests, and the things that get them up in the morning. This week, Mike and Jordan talk to Mitch Gitelman, co-founder of Harebrained Schemes, and one of the main drivers behind the insanely successful Battletech Kickstarter.


One More Thing episode 8: Who Was that Masked Man?

10/15, 7:26am

The gang rolls on, but with a visitor with something to say

We call him the Black Rider, though he isn't actually riding anything. Nonetheless, he is the Stranger of Reason, he is the Masked Man of Information and he's come along for this week's installment of the MacNN One More Thing podcast just as Malcolm Owen and William Gallagher are getting far too deep into the topic of keyboards.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 36: Macphun schway

10/13, 3:00am

A special guest, then back to two old guys complaining about things

Well, no less than 36 episodes in and someone finally agreed to come talk to us! But seriously we were delighted to welcome Macphun's Kevin LaRue, who told us about the company's photo-effects products and their exciting new abilities with Apple's Photos, becoming one of the first programs to work as "Extensions" that add abilities to Photos. Really kicks the program up a notch, and that's after the notch it got kicked up in El Capitan. We also do the usual roundup of tech news for the week, and more.


One More Thing podcast episode 007: The name's Thing.

10/08, 8:17am

One More Thing rolls on for its seventh episode

Nobody has ever thought this before when they typed a filename ending in 007. Nobody. Please join the roguishly handsome William Gallagher –– oh, you're never going to check –– and suave Malcolm Owen as they get down into OS X El Capitan in earnest. Then there is the sheer sea of news from Adobe that Malcolm's going to explain and Tim Cook's visibility award that he, William and you are going to applaud.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 35: 'Super tightly-engineered pants'

10/05, 7:30pm

Reasons to embrace or avoid upgrading, hacks and scams, and all for science

It's now October, and all the big Apple gifts we're going to get for Xmas this year are (probably) behind us. There's just one more to open: OS X 10.11 El Capitan. Should you jump to the latest and greatest? There are reasons to do so, and there are reasons to wait, depending on your situation. MacNN Editor Charles Martin and Managing Editor Mike Wuerthele discuss the pros and cons, talk about the real differences between the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, argue whether 16GB can work on an iOS device for storage without much pain, and more.


One More Thing podcast episode 6: El Capitan, My Capitan

10/01, 7:22am

We thought of the title first!

Hand on heart, we started with the episode title and tried to work backwards but failed. This week's episode does indeed feature the new OS X with the daft name but it also features some Android thing with a sillier one. Unless Google has named its next Android operating system Marshmallow as a nod to Veronica Mars: we'd respect that.


Pointers: How to replace a bad audio recording (OS X, iOS)

09/28, 9:54am

One fix for when your podcast goes wrong

This edition of our Pointers column is going to be a bit niche, but you and future Google searchers will thank us one day -- and you're highly likely to laugh at us today. This Pointers is about that (hopefully) rare time when you've recorded the single most brilliant podcast in the world, but it went terribly wrong, probably because Skype hosed you, but also possibly because of user failure.


One More Thing podcast episode 5: Apple Space Station

09/23, 8:21am

Hey future historians, you heard it here first

Sources have told MacNN that Apple is going to build a space station. Okay, no sources have told us this other than the voices in our head, but we're thinking to the future! Not to the future of Apple, but to the future of journalists who at some point will do a Google search on the first news of this space station and that's when we win. We're playing the long game.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 33: 'Reviews by Gwar'

09/21, 3:31pm

The arrival of iOS 9, and the pointlessness of user app reviews

This week, the MacNN Podcast takes a good look at some of the burning issues of the past week, including of course the release of iOS 9. We talk both about the entire downloading experience -- one of the smoothest we've seen in a long while -- and our first impressions on some of the new features and optimization of the release. We also talk about two of Apple's biggest court cases, the Move to iOS app on Google Play, and how useless most app store reviews are.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 32: 'Apple Unbound'

09/14, 3:15pm

So many minor predictions so right, but a few big ones totally missed

This week on the MacNN podcast we have nearly a full complement of regulars, and its nice -- Charles brought the energy, Malcolm brought the energy drinks, Mike brought the funk, and William is making us all hors d'oeuvres thanks to his App of the Week selection. We do -- unlike most other sites -- talk about what we got wrong (and what we got right) on our Apple Event predictions, but also discuss Apple TV gaming, the best installment plans for iPhones, our latest new column, and much more.


One More Thing podcast episode 3: The Secret of My 6S

09/10, 8:00am

Put the kettle on, let's talk

You heard it here first... or possibly second... maybe third... How many articles has MacNN written about this week's Apple announcements? This isn't another one. MacNN's extra, other, second news podcast One More Thing fully accepts that you've heard the news and seen the keynote so instead this week you and we just have a chat about what we liked and what we want. Also what we didn't like and don't want, but chiefly like and want.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 31: 'Prediculous, and one weird old tip'

09/08, 12:57pm

We look at past high and low points as we prepare for tomorrow's show

This week on the show, Charles and Mike (with a cameo from William) talk about, yes, the latest predictions for the Wednesday event (which is handy, since Labor Day knocked the show's debut into Tuesday!). We also discuss our recent articles "Bad Apples" and "Good Apples," which respectively talk about the so-called "failures" of Apple hardware and how the critical "fails" often turn out to be the biggest sellers; defend the iPhone 5c on every level; the latest court cases for Apple; a recent Pointers column, and William pops by with his App of the Week, which this week isn't an app, but a thing. Read on to find out what!


One More Thing podcast episode 2: Downton Apple

09/02, 11:20am

Televisions, smoke detectors and mirrors

All the news that's fit to say plus a lot that really isn't because it's just speculation. We'd say this has been the worst week for people guessing what Apple is up to and Apple dropping hints about what it isn't doing yet, except that most weeks are the worst week for that. In this second edition of the Other MacNN Podcast, One More Thing, William Gallagher and Malcolm Owen join some dots, right some wrongs and generally put the world to rights. It's the MacNN guarantee: we'll put the world to rights for you, but you'd probably best tune in to find out exactly how we're doing that. Also to learn the details of our Thingies of the Week.


Review: Blue Yeti Studio recording microphone and software

08/31, 6:59pm

Studio-in-a-box offers hi-quality, affordable start for podcasters, musicians

Despite being very familiar with Blue Microphones' lower-end products -- we've long recommended the company's Snowball line of mics for beginning podcasters or vocalists, and we were very impressed with Blue's Mo-Fi headphones -- we wanted to thoroughly test each component of the Blue Yeti Studio, which features a Yeti-class desk microphone bundled with software to enhance different types of recordings. It's a slightly pricier package than a basic starter mic for a first podcast, so is it worth it? Find out in our review.


MacNN One More Thing Podcast episode 1: Formerly Known As...

08/26, 7:59pm

Show notes from the 'other' MacNN show

Bless Swatch for giving us the idea for the title and bless Apple for creating enough news that we need a second podcast. MacNN: One More thing is your midweek podcast with William Gallagher and Malcolm Owen, let loose from Monday's main show and allowed to talk in their natural British accents all they like.


MacNN Podcast episode 29: Having Fun Without Us

08/24, 8:54pm

In which, a pair of staffers cover the topics of the week, shotgun style

Two man show! While the rest of the gang is off having a life, Mike and Jordan hit the microphones for this week's lean-and-mean episode. Up this week -- iPad Pro rumors, why we cover some of the rumors (but not all), Bungie's Destiny changes, and so much more!


The MacNN Podcast, episode 28: 'Candle in the Compton'

08/17, 1:03pm

At last, some other topics not related to Microsoft -- and some MS stuff too

It's August, and that means festival season, almost everywhere. MacNN Editor Charles Martin is out on the road again enjoying a big one in Edmonton, Alberta, but he's not letting that stop him from hosting this week's episode of the show. Joining him this week are staff writer Malcolm Owen in Wales, Bradley McBurney in Kelowna, BC, and William Gallagher in Birmingham (UK, not Alabama). We predict, we blame ourselves, we mention Microsoft. Show notes after the jump.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 27: introducing Microsoft Sponge

08/10, 7:43am

Latest episode a bit like a quick summer read, so try listening at poolside

This week, the usual suspects -- MacNN Editor Charles Martin, Managing Editor Mike Wuerthele, and staff writer Malcolm Owen -- deliver a lighter, shorter, 47-minute summer episode that tries to accentuate the positive, and make lemonade out of lemons. Having spent last episode complaining about iTunes 12.2, the iOS Music app, and (as required by law) Microsoft's Windows 10, this episode focuses on the new Back to School promo from Apple, what can be done to make iTunes better, how to make an OS X home server, how Windows 10 is working out, and Microsoft's new iOS-to-Windows initiative. Show notes after the jump.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 26: I can't put down this anti-gravity book

08/04, 5:36am

An Excel-ent episode with a literary bent whilst we wait on some downloads

If it wasn't for our new books (have we mentioned them?), this would be a strangely all-Microsoft episode of The MacNN Podcast, but luckily the Redmond giant turns out software for both Macs and Windows (who knew?), so we've set up this episode to be fun to listen to while you wait for your approval notice from Microsoft that you may obtain your copy of WindOwS X -- sorry, Windows 10. We also talk cool software, including (yes) Microsoft Excel.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 25: My Stupid Cat's Fault

07/27, 1:27pm

PCs outsold by iOS devices, AT&T/DirecTV merger, AAPL vs AMZN and more

Another interesting week at MacNN brings us plenty to talk about on Episode 25 of The MacNN Podcast, ranging from the FCC approval of the AT&T/DirecTV deal for no clear reason (but with a bunch of conditions), to our new column "My Stupid Fault." We also include a full report on Apple's fiscal Q3 and the uncalled-for drop in the stock, the results of our testing of Apple's new third-party SSD Trim support, and more.


Episode 24: What's that, Neil Young? I can't hear you

07/20, 7:20pm

Too busy enjoying Apple Music streaming on my iPod touch

In this early season of presidential candidate pronouncements, its refreshing to see someone not running for office who can crazy with the best of them. On this week's MacNN Podcast We celebrate 10 years of podcasts along with Apple, as well as the new, updated iPod touch. We then proceed, like all good parties, to trash some things -- in this case, iTunes and Neil Young's crazy (high) horse. Show notes after the jump.


Briefly: podcasts listeners prefer Apple, Watch buyers happy

07/20, 1:25pm

Podcast audience overwhelmingly on iOS, use default player

A new report by audio platform Clammr that pushes the notion that podcast listening is on the verge of breaking into the mainstream of American culture (due to popular podcasts such as Marc Maron's WTF and Welcome to Nightvale) reports that the vast majority (66 percent) of podcast listeners are on mobile devices, and that 82 percent of that audience are using iOS devices -- with 78 percent using the default Apple player.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 23: Public betas, private hell

07/13, 5:50pm

Flash, Microsoft Office, Apple Watch deprivation, tales of woe

It's Monday, and that means time for another episode of The MacNN Podcast! This week, as usual, we cover a range of topics from around the Apple and general tech world, and we throw in a cruel experiment in Apple Watch deprivation, mercilessly conducted on one of our own staffers. We also mourn the passing of Electronista, note the release of MS Office 2016 and the OS X and iOS public betas, and more. Show notes after the jump.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 22: The Sound of (Apple) Music

07/06, 8:16pm

The Beats 1 that just can't go wrong today

Time once again for another episode of The MacNN Podcast, this time episode 22! Since it was quite a notable week, this week's chat between Editor Charles, Managing Editor Mike, and staffers Michelle, Bradley, and Sanjiv is pretty jam-packed. The big story of the week was the launch of Apple Music, and we spend time on both the good and bad of that, but we talk about a lot more as well. Show notes after the jump.


Exclusive: Apple App Store's Chris Bledsoe talks failure

07/01, 5:21pm

Technology veteran on learning from mistakes

Chris Bledsoe was on the team at Apple that launched the App Store. On The Successful Failure podcast, the Apple executive has given a rare interview about failure, success, and what you can learn from each. While little actual concrete data was given about Apple's internal makeup, Bledsoe discusses the general culture around the launch, as well as provides some insights on the pressures that new product launches are under.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 21: Writing your app in (Taylor) Swift

06/29, 7:55pm

The downward spiral of the music business, a 5K iMac giveaway, and more

Episode 21 of The MacNN Podcast is now available! Join us for a very speedy hour as we talk about a great new contest where you can win a 5K Retina 27-inch iMac, the licensing kerfuffle with Apple Music that features a happy ending, more troubles for MacKeeper, the plaudits and perils of e-publishing, the trauma of having to send in a Mac for repair, and our picks for App(s) of the Week! Show notes after the jump.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 20: E3 for me, see?

06/22, 8:21pm

Apple recalls, in-depth E3 game announcement coverage, more

As you might expect from a podcast with our title, most episode tend to lean heavily on the Apple-related news of the week, though we generally make sure to spend at least a little time on other big tech stories outside Apple's sphere. To celebrate our 20th episode, and because the big event was this week, we spend the majority of our time on the E3 gaming conference and its many announcements. Fear not, regular listeners, there's still Apple news a-plenty!


The MacNN Podcast, episode 19: Succumb to the Beats surrender

06/15, 10:30pm

Not just the betas, but what's going on behind them, plus Oculus Rift VR

WWDC has come and gone for another year, and with it a plethora of new announcements and betas. Despite our fairly abysmal "wild guess" record, we did come up 90 percent right on our list of things we "knew" would happen (Tim Cook skipped his usual run-through of how great Apple is doing just to spite us). This time, we look at what actually happened at WWDC, in the larger tech industry, Apple Music, and what it all might mean.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 18: Psychic Hotline, we are not

06/08, 7:50am

Educated guesses, wishful thinking, inaccurate reporting, likely stories

Today, many of our readers will be trying to watch the live stream from Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, or following our coverage of the main announcements. As our reviewer Michelle noted, some people will be happy, and others will be disappointed (hint: don't invest emotionally in rumors). If you need a good laugh after the keynote, give a listen to Episode 18 of The MacNN Podcast, where we made our previously-recorded predictions.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 17: The Write Stuff

06/02, 7:47am

New Summer Project, MacKeeper lawsuit, Google I/O make for busy week

It's been a big week here at MacNN, covering all the announcements from Google's I/O conference. You might think this wouldn't have much of interest to Apple users, but luckily, episode 17 of the MacNN Podcast is here to sort it all out. Google brought many of its announcements to platforms other than its own, capped off with a new web- and iOS-based Photos program to rival the recently-released one for Mac and iOS from Apple itself, which we talk about and compare.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 16: Money (and Touch ID) changes everything

05/28, 7:20am

The newest hardware, trends in industry, and possible Photoshop errors are our topics

Thanks to a combination of the Memorial Day weekend in the US (and bank holiday long weekend in the UK) along with continent-spanning long travel days for your MacNN editor, the process of putting the final touches on this week's episode of the growing-nicely and award-eligible MacNN Podcast was delayed by a couple of days, for which we apologize. As usual, we spent time on the weekend reviewing the top tech stories of the week, and bringing you our analysis.


Briefly: Sprint Direct 2 You expands, Deezer adds podcast catalog

05/19, 4:38pm

Sprint prepares to roll out Direct 2 You smartphone deliveries to more markets

Sprint is expanding the availability of its Direct 2 You personal smartphone delivery service into more markets. Subscribers in Miami and Chicago will join Kanas City users in being able to order smartphones and have a Sprint employee deliver it, set the device up, transfer data, and provide initial training for the phone from June 1. As part of a wider rollout, the service will also be available some other markets in early June, including New York City, San Francisco, and Denver.


Hands On: Castaway 1.0 (iOS)

05/07, 1:31pm

Good, minimalist podcast player

You've already got a podcast player on your iPhone, maybe you don't need another. Yet you may well want another, or you may not yet be aware of your desire to change from Apple's barebones offering to something that has more features or is just nicer. While we're not going to knock Apple's Podcast app which does the job well enough, Castaway has its advantages.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 13: Powerwall to the People

05/04, 1:28pm

May Day episode features Apple Q2 reports, Apple Watch, Powerwall, more

Welcome, comrades, to episode 13 of The MacNN Podcast as we celebrate the glorious people's revolution and salute labor everywhere this May Day through (mostly) home electronics! In the latest episode, various citizens of MacNN parade like troops on review through a number of Apple- and non-Apple topics under the watchful eye of our Dear Readers! Truly it is worker's playtime with the Apple Watch now arriving, plus Tesla's Powerwall battery reveal.


Pointers: Creating a podcast, part four

04/29, 11:43am

Submitting to iTunes is first step in drumming up an audience

Over the past three weeks, plus an introductory piece about general voice recording on the Mac, we have used the Wednesday Pointers column to spotlight the process of creating a podcast, as it is an excellent medium for communication, education, or entertainment. The process can be fairly simple, or labor-intensive, depending on what you want the finished product to be like. This time out, we look at listing your creation to the biggest podcast directory, by far, on Earth: iTunes.


Apple posts interview with Christy Turlington Burns post-marathon

04/28, 2:57pm

Cook tweets photo of Burns running, Apple publishes last blog entry

Following a post on Monday by Apple CEO Tim Cook showing model, activist, and Apple Watch spokesperson Christy Turlington Burns running in the London Marathon -- training for which she has been blogging about on Apple's site, tying in her use the Apple Watch -- the company has released a video and audio podcast of Burns being interviewed by Apple Fitness and Health Director Jay Blahnik at the London Regent Street Apple Store. It also published her final blog entry for the series on Tuesday.



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