This week in Apple: from net neutrality to the OS X public beta

Chris Phin and Matthew Bolton look behind the latest news from the world of Apple.

Love it or loathe it, if you work in the creative world you can't ignore Apple. And there are no greater experts on what's happening in the world of Cupertino than our friends at MacFormat magazine.

In their video series Weekly Apple Extravaganza, the team bring you all the latest news, announcements and gossip from the Apple world, and apply their deep-founded knowledge and analytical insights to reveal what's really going on behind the headlines.

In the latest episode above, Chris Phin and Matthew Bolton discuss:

  • How anyone can now apply for access to unreleased beta versions of OS X - and why Apple has done this
  • What net neutrality is, why it matters and the ways in which it might suddenly be shafted
  • Ap ortable RAID Thunderbolt drive which reminds us that, now that laptops are no longer underpowered, pros these days seem to be preferring portability over raw power

All previous episodes in the series can be found here, while if you've not discovered the joys of MacFormat magazine yet then you can get an iPad edition FREE with a trial subscription.

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