Apple releases OS X 10.11 today, so the DJ industry is issuing press releases saying that it’ll break everything. But why? Isn’t three months enough notice and a beta program to make everything work? Help us understand.
A year ago, I had a look at streaming for DJs. And on the day of Taylor Swift’s guilting of Apple, I’m back revisiting the subject to see what has changed.
The edjing mobile app has been around for a while now. So DJIT thought it would be time to give it an upgrade. Say hello to edjing Pro.
In the minutes since the latest Apple broadcast, I’ve already read comments about how Apple is turning its back on DJs and making audio interfaces redundant with their new diminutive MacBook. The single USB C port does make like impossible for DJs, but it turns out that they already have MacBook for Pros, and this new MacBook is not for you.
wearable technology is of a relatively minority interest to DJs. But when Apple get hold of anything, suddenly it becomes a lot more desirable. And with the announcement of the Apple Watch and the kinds of included technology, there is potential for DJ performance use. So given Apple’s usual technology midas touch, would you consider an Apple Watch for enhancing your performance?
Apple annual WWDC 2014 saw OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, and iCloud all merge together as a coherent platform, and Handoff technology making the join invisible.
The tech rumour mill is spinning with chatter of Apple allegedly in talks to assimilate Beats. Can’t Apple just make their own headphones? Discuss.
With great power comes great respons…iveness. Algoriddim get giddy and update djay and vjay for the iPhone 5S and embrace the power.
Itching to install iOS 7? You might want to hold off for a while. Audio apps are struggling under the new regime.
There’s no denying the impact of the iPad on the DJ scene. But for me, the iPad Mini is likely to be the one that makes a real difference.