Is it just me, or are the AR objects that they’ve included in recent event announcements just gimmicky and underwhelming?
Given how long the objects take to load and render on my iPhone XR it seems like AR still has a long way to go, or everyone will need to upgrade significantly to have anything like a seamless experience.
I have no interest in watching baseball on Apple TV+. However, as a listener of Upstream and Downstream, I’m fascinated. Also absolutely astonished that they seemingly managed to keep this deal under wraps until they could announce it at an Apple event. My understanding is that is not how these things usually work.
Now there’s the pesky matter of the ongoing MLB lockout…
Of course there’s a new Air when I just bought one in January. I traded my 2018 11” Pro for it, after two days of teaching with a mask on while using the iPad drove me bonkers. Having to type in my longish password every few minutes got old, fast.
The trade immediately improved my classroom experience, though, so no regrets. It just seems my timing is never quite right. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
My mom’s planning to get an Air this summer, though, so she’ll be happy.
I was not expecting the iPad Air to get the M1. Figured it would get the A15. Not much left differentiating the Air and the 11" Pro (though it sounded like the Air still has USB-C/USB-C rather than Thunderbolt).
They’re moving through this at a pretty good clip. Fingers crossed for some big Mac announcements.