This episode of the Apple Podcast concerns these stories, apps and devices: Apple TV: ‘Not If But When,’ Says Piper’s Munster/Forbes Apple TV As An iOS Gaming Platform? Not Likely./Forbes Standards Body Sides With Apple on Nano-SIM/PC Magazine Judge won’t bar Steve Jobs quotes from patent trial/Chicago Tribune Apple reminds users of MobileMe closure/CNET Establishing US assembly lines would be ‘highly difficult’ for Apple/Apple Insider Apple’s digital storefronts rumored to get a face-lift/CNET Google, Apple, And The 3D Maps Dance/Cult of Mac Is Apple testing the waters for an unsubsidized iPhone push?/GigaOm iPhone Coming to Prepaid Cricket Network/ArsTechnica Boost Mobile To Become iPhone’s Second Prepaid Carrier In September [Rumor]/Cult of Mac Walmart’s StraightTalk AT&T Plan Only $45 for Unlimited Taller Next-Generation iPhone Front Panel Caught on Video/MacRumors.com No more cell phone minutes? AT&T expects data-only plans in two years/ArsTechnica China Clears Apple Sales of 3G Device/Wall Street Journal What Apple’s CEO learned from Steve Jobs - Video - Technology/CNN Cook: Apple will “double down” on Siri and secrecy | Macworld Apple Working on Standalone Point-and-Shoot Digital Camera?/MacRumors.com Apple may be hiring engineers to redesign 30-pin dock connector/ArsTechnica Apple’s Sandboxing Deadline Has Arrived For Mac App Store Developers/Cult of Mac Apple turns over their inventory every five days/Techspot Apple starts selling the Nest smart thermostat/GigaOm
This is the video channel by Lexstar of MacsFuture.com. Lexstar has two weekly audio podcasts, one on the IPad and the other on all things Apple. This channel will show the video version of those podcasts. This video channel also will have a variety of tutorials and videos relating to Apple. Lexstar is a longtime Macintosh and Apple user who likes to predict where Apple products will go next. Disclaimer:Lexstar also owns shares of Apple stock. Lexstar has no affiliation with Apple, Inc. or any other public company. I own a 64GB iPad, 27inch Quad Core IMac, two Apple TVs (1st and 2nd generations), an Airport Extreme, an Airport Express, and an IPhone 4 (32gigs).