Another iAd executive has been spotted leaving Apple, a tip shows you how to get the very most out of your Retina MacBook Pro, and iOS 6 could put podcasting front and center. The remainders for Monday, June 18, 2012 are faster than a speeding bullet.
Apple’s iAd Diaspora: Former Senior Mgr Mike Owen Now CRO At AdColony (TechCrunch)
Another of Apple’s iAd executives, Mike Owen, has departed the company. (Owen follows Apple’s vice president of mobile advertising, Andy Miller, who left last August.) Owen is now “chief revenue officer” at L.A.-based AdColony—I feel like I would have held out for “chief profits officer,” at least.
HOWTO: 2880×1800 Without Scaling in OS X (MacRumors)
One clever person posting to the MacRumors forum has figured how to achieve an unscaled resolution of 2800-by-1800 pixels on the new Retina display MacBook Pro. Sadly, the hack does not come with the pair of reading glasses you’ll need to make out text.
Apple Gives Podcasts a Gentle Push Out of iTunes (AllThingsD)
Could podcasting be getting some much-needed love in iOS 6? A report suggests that podcasts will get their own app in the next major revision to Apple’s mobile operating system, as they appear to be currently missing from the iOS 6 beta’s iTunes Store app. Guys, you’re doing this rumormongering way too calmly; try something more along the lines of “OMG APPLE IZ OBLITERATING ALL PODCASTS.”