TUAW Talkcast Pre-Event Speculation: Live at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET

Experience the latest in dial-in technology! Please note, do not use Talkshoe; instead, prepare by setting up

Fuze Meeting prior to the broadcast if you wish to participate live.

As Sunday rolls around, we gear up for another session of the TUAW talkcast.

This evening, I’ll be hosting the show, joined by our usual delightful crew and a distinguished guest, Jeff Gamet, a well-known storyteller and Managing Editor of The Mac Observer. With an Apple event on the horizon this Tuesday, we’re buzzing with anticipation about potential new iPhone releases and maybe even a surprise or two.

Update on our talkcast format: Thanks to the fine folks at Fuze, we’ve adopted a new system that allows for live participation. Feel free to signal during the show to contribute directly.

To join tonight’s discussion (meeting # 20099010), connect at 10 pm ET from any PC via this link.

For an enhanced experience, download the Mac or Windows Fuze clients beforehand, although accessing via browser is also an option. Simply click the phone icon to join the audio once you’re online.

If you’re using an iPhone or iPad, download the native clients from the App Store. Android users can join the party too.

Prefer the old-fashioned phone dial-in? Call 775-996-3562 and use the meeting number 20099010, then press #.

While the Fuze web and native clients offer a chat channel primarily for host and real-time alerts, the main chat for tonight’s show will be right here, starting at 10 pm. Access requires Twitter, Facebook, or Chatroll credentials.

We appreciate your patience as we transition to this new technology. The podcast version of the show will still be available on Talkshoe within 24-36 hours post-broadcast.

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Paul is a dedicated writer and tech enthusiast contributing to TUAW, your go-to source for Apple news. With a deep love for all things Apple, Paul brings insightful reviews and tips on products like the iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. His expertise extends to software and app development, making his articles a must-read for any Apple fan. Paul clear and engaging writing style helps readers get the most out of their Apple devices.