Now that Apple’s Education Event has finished, I give my thoughts to the few announcements made, alongside what could be coming up until WWDC.
As a bonus, I briefly talk about a game I’ve finally bought for the Switch.
A couple of updates and stories since the last episode to share.
From the Nintendo Direct, to running out of mobile data, to the plan for the next few episodes, alongside an (unwelcome) cameo from Siri.
A break in the usual programming of The Outpost Show this week.
On the 3rd March, it marked a year since the Nintendo Switch launched.
I talk to one of the Editors of Miketendo64, Jack Longman on its first year of release.
We speak about our history with Nintendo, the games we’d like to see ported over to the Switch, and how they seem to make bizarre missteps every so often, along with what we’d like to see in its Online Service later this year.
A solo episode where I give some opinions on the recent news of iOS 12 and 13 having an easier time of gaining more refined features, how I’ve found having an iPhone 8 Plus after six months, and brief thoughts on the iPad and the keyboard.
To finish off, I give some shoutouts to some podcasts I’ve been listening to on the daily train commute.
This is a re-done version of the fifth episode, mainly due to us going off-topic the first-time round!
I’ve worked with Ryan at a past day job, and at Siren Radio, where he’s deputy manager there.
He’s had his iPad Pro 12.9″ since its launch and go through the main questions of what he uses it for, what he would like to see in the future for it, and much more.
We also discuss what we want to see in iOS 12 after the previous week’s news, if a MacBook Air with ARM works, and why Apple seems to be behind lately, with some ideas of improvement for them.
With every podcast dissecting last week’s Apple Event, you now get a break by listening to how Greg uses his iPad Pro, alongside being swayed to buy and download Tomb Raider II for it as well.
We go through the apps he uses, alongside how the Smart Keyboard is still underused, especially with games.
We’ve said since 2012 we’ll reunite, but we didn’t think it would be on a podcast.
Chris Wilmshurst and Daryl reunite to talk all about iPads, YouTube, and if Daryl could be rid of his MacBook Air.
We talk of the apps that Chris uses, what he thinks of the iPad since he bought his 10.5″ model, and where it can benefit for him most going forward.
This is an ongoing pilot in my eyes, so any feedback is welcome.
If you’d like to be on a future episode, you can always reach me here.
A short introduction into what the podcast will be about, based off the post from this evening, starring, me.