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Special guest Jason Snell joins the show to reminisce over 20 years of Mac OS X. I mean OS X. Sorry, MacOS. Also: HomePod, Apple TV, and Intel’s awkward new ad campaign.
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- [Apple’s March 21, 2001 press release announcing Mac OS X 10.0’s release, including where to buy it (it came in a box and cost $129)](. https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2001/03/21Mac-OS-X-Hits-Stores-This-Weekend/).
- Jason in August 2000: “Mac OS X: The Full Story”.
- Jason’s 10.1 story for Macworld.
- Steve Jobs claiming in 2005 — announcing the Mac’s Intel transition — that Mac OS X had set up Apple “for the next 20 years”.
- Jason: “Can Apple Explain Its Home Strategy?”.
- iMac Pro canceled in Friday night announcement.
- HomePod canceled the next Friday night.
- Dan Frakes’s review of the iPod Hi-Fi in 2006.
- Yours truly on Intel’s new “Go PC” campaign with Justin Long: “Intel Goes Long” and “Going Longer”.
This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.