Rosemary is a blogger, programmer and podcaster, who hosts a podcast with David Sparks, called Automators on RelayFM. I had spotted that she purchased an 11” iPad Pro, and thought it only made sense to invite her on!
Living in Austria and working at the Technische Universität Wien, we had a great chat about her usage on the iPad Pro, and how the charging feature is one of our favourites.
Rose also mentioned a great point about how a Switch and an iPad could work together, and I haven’t stopped pondering about it since we recorded!
It starts with me pronouncing Zac’s surname wrong, and it gets better from there!
Zac is a co-host of The Menu Bar, a podcast where he talks with Andrew Clark and the occasional guest about technology and anything else each episode. It’s become yet another series that I look forward to seeing on my podcast feed.
We go from my saga with ordering my iPad, and what Zac has ordered, to AirPower and my idea for where it can go, alongside USB-C, Twitter, and finally games, where we talk about a favourite game (and series) of ours.
Siri Shortcuts had its beginnings as ‘Workflow‘, before being acquired by Apple last year in March. It lets you create workflows by commands and different apps, and you can also activate them from Siri itself. Up until its release, I wasn’t convinced. After its release, I was, and I’ve been wanting to learn more about it ever since.
Which is why this week I’m joined by an ex-Workflow member and now freelancer, Matt Cassinelli, where we talk about how Siri Shortcuts fits on his iPad, our wishes for Version 3.0, alongside him trying to convince me to pre-order an iPhone XR.
He also completely destroys a feature that has been a staple of the show for the last few months!