We go straight into his history with the iPad, and where he’d like to see it go.
(Previously released on Substack on 5th May.)
Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference has unveiled iOS 13, watchOS 6, macOS Catalina, but mainly iPadOS.
I talk to three special guests about their personal highlights from the keynote and subsequent discoveries from the betas, alongside how they think the new features will benefit their workflows.
This morning the Apple Online Store went down, and instead of it being new AirPods and AirPower finally making an appearance, it was a new iPad Air, and a new iPad Mini.
I talk about my thoughts on this refreshed line of iPads, how it all stands before WWDC, and if I would have bought one of these instead of the 12.9″ iPad Pro back in December.
I also give a ‘One More Thing…‘ regarding the future of The Outpost Show.
Greg joins the show for the third time, where we talk about his experiences with his new 12.9″ iPad Pro these last couple of months, alongside looking to where the device can fit into a ‘Marzipan‘ world.
It’s always a good chat when Greg is around, and the same occurs here, where we talk about some great points we’d like to see from iOS for iPad, from the minimal to the glaringly obvious.
And just what does ‘A refreshed home screen‘ mean? We try to decipher it.
Jeff is someone I’ve only come across in the last couple of months, but already him and his co-host of their ‘Slab of Glass’ podcast have made it something you should be listening to.
Hence why Jeff is on this weeks episode!
We go into detail of our workflow with our iPads, alongside our love for keyboards, and where we see iPads fitting in a Marzipan, FaceID world.