Our huge mega-list of must-have favorite iOS and Mac apps! Special guest Adam Christianson from the Maccast! Plus, a very special announcement…
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Notes and Links:
- Tim Cook warned investors today that weak iPhone sales could translate into revenue shortfalls in the billions of dollars.
- He went on blames the expected revenue drop on fewer-than-expected iPhone upgrades and weakened demand in China.
- “While we anticipated some challenges in key emerging markets, we did not foresee the magnitude of the economic deceleration, particularly in Greater China,” Cook wrote in a letter published on Business Wire. “In fact, most of our revenue shortfall to our guidance, and over 100 percent of our year-over-year worldwide revenue decline occurred in Greater China across iPhone, Mac, and iPad.”
- “As we exit a challenging quarter, we are as confident as ever in the fundamental strength of our business,” he said. “We manage Apple for the long term, and Apple has always used periods of adversity to re-examine our approach, to take advantage of our culture of flexibility, adaptability, and creativity, and to emerge better as a result.
- AAPL shares fell steeply in after-hours trading on Wednesday, after Tim Cook acknowledged that Apple’s earnings would underperform
- Shares fell by more than 7.4 percent, declining as low as $146.22. That’s the lowest that Apple has hit since July 12, 2017. It means that Apple has lost a massive 35.5 percent of its value in just three months.
- Tim Cook is reportedly hosting an all-hands meeting with every Apple employee today about the revelations regarding stalling iPhone sales.
Our favorite must-have apps, with Adam Christianson, aka Maccast!
Audio Hijack Pro let's you record and reroute sound on your Mac
Setapp is a Mac app subscription packed full of great software
TryCa.st, let's you record high-fidelity audio, alone or with guests
Bartender clears up your menu bar icons
Trip Mode, your Mac's mobile data saver
Ulysseys, the ultimate writing app for Mac
iStat Menus, advanced Mac system monitor for your menubar
iThoughtX is a mindmapping tool for the Mac
Marked, a previewer for Markdown files
PDF Pen, powerful PDF editing for your Mac
Busy Cal, one of the best calendar apps for Mac
iMazing, transfer anything fomr any iPhone, iPad, or iPod to a computer
Loopback, cable-free audio routing for Mac
Farrago, robust, rapid-fire soundboards
Reeder, RSS reader for your Mac, iPhone, and iPad
Text Expander, instantly insert snippets of text from a repository of emails, boilerplate and other content
Ferrite, award-winning audio editing app for iOS
Gif Keyboard, the perfect gifs, right at your finger tips.
Hearthstone, Blizzard’s award-winning card battle game.
Slickdeals, the largest deal-sharing community on the Web
Strong, workout tracker and gym log.
Deliveries, package tracker
Libby, Library ebooks and audiobooks
Calcbot, one of iOS' best calculators
Carrot Fit, snarky 7-minute workouts
Carrot Weather, crazy powerful weather app