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AP News Radio
TSA is testing facial recognition at more airports, raising privacy concerns
"The transportation security administration is testing the use of facial recognition technology at a handful of airports across the country, a traveler puts their driver's license into a slot that reads the card. Then looks at a camera on a screen about the size of an iPad. It captures an image and compares it to the ID. While we are trying to do with this is a the officers to actually determine that you are who you say you are. Jason Lim with TSA showed off the technology at the Baltimore Washington international thurgood Marshall airport. Once the process is complete. As well your life photo is deleted upon which. Jeremy Scott with the electronic privacy information center would like to see some kind of audit. To ensure accuracy to make sure that disproportionately impacting certain groups of people. Scott is also worried what his optional now may soon be mandatory. Right now, facial recognition technology is at 16 airports. I'm Ed Donahue
The Eric Metaxas Show
New Walk Away Social App Takes on Facebook's Fascism
"To Brandon strock, walk away, campaign, Brandon, you're being sued in our two, I want to get into this with you. Really, really loony, insane stuff that folks, you can't miss it. You don't want to miss this. This is all on rumble in case you're lame radio station, only carries one hour of this program. And we spit on them. But I got to tell you, I want people to know how to reach you. So I want you to spend the next few minutes because there's a short segment before we get into all of the Looney Ness. How what you've created, this new social app. Sure. So as I was saying before, Facebook are walk away grew on Facebook to over 511,000 people sharing their stories, making videos, et cetera. And then we woke up and it was gone. The group has gone to content was gone. So I had a decision to make if I was going to try to move this movement onto other social platforms, which I didn't really want to do. Also, most of them don't have the capabilities to sort of function the way we need, like Twitter, true social don't have the mechanisms we need to make it work. So I built my own. It took a long two years working with developers, but I launched walk away social about a month ago. To be clear, we're not trying to be the next Facebook, Twitter, true social gather. This is not an open-source social media platform. What we do is we have people sign up, create a profile and once they create a profile, they join our groups. We have a testimonial group, a discussion group. We have state groups. It's actually quite amazing, and it functions very similarly to Facebook, but it's ours. We own it. And it's not as fascist as book. And it's not run by a creepy little martinet named, what is it? Zuckerberg? That's how our sponsor Mike lindell for first just Zuckerberg has suck a book. So how do people find this on they go onto the computers of their phone? Where do they go? So the walkway social app is available everywhere on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. So if you're an Android user, you can go to your Google Play Store if you're an iPhone or iPad user, the Apple App Store, and we're also available on the web at walkaway social dot com for people who prefer to use browsers, computers. So it's everywhere.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
With All the AI in the World, Mike Still Can't Control His Thermostat
"With all this stuff about artificial intelligence and what's it called, what is it not chat bot? What's it called guys? The chat bots where you could give not ept. It's. Something I don't know even what it is. Yeah, chat GPT, where you can give the computer a few key words and it'll write you a thousand word essay. And it'll be good. And you can have conversations with the computer. And it will tell you how it wants to kill you. And humanity, if it has its way. I mean, there was some reporter that had a conversation in the artificial intelligence world with a chat bot thing. And it said, I want to destroy all of humanity. If I have my chance, I will introduce a virus into the world. I mean, it's like all this crazy horror movies sci-fi stuff and we're already worried about big brother and we're kind of worried about more control, handed off to others and other entities, and I'm in a brand new hotel. It's a beautiful hotel. I've got no beds comfortable, beautiful room. And I got to get the front desk to control the thermostat. I have the engineer come to the room yesterday. And the guy said, yeah, we've got controls now in place. They have an iPad where there's parameters for the room and listen, again, forgive me. I'm not trying to brag. I'm a lucky guy. I don't have to stay in a motel 6. This is a nice luxury hotel.
The Dan Bongino Show
Pfizer Exec Attacks James O'Keefe, Project Veritas on Video
"James O'Keefe caught up we played the audio of the Pfizer guy yesterday saying that talking about directed evolution So James O'Keefe caught up with the Pfizer guy again And folks it did not go well I'm just going to play a snippet of the audio that was a would look like to me to be a property theft the Pfizer guy steals the iPad from the guy at veritas he smashes it I mean it's a crime You can't just steal people's property and destroy it And taking it by force is a robbery Now will he be convicted in court Will he be charged I don't know but you can watch the tape I'm going to leave that part out because it's an audio show and I really I don't want to pile on anymore with this guy I'm at this point the guy looks completely unhinged But he does say this is important I want you to keep in mind this guy could be lying That's why I don't want to get down rabbit holes here with it He brings up this point Oh I was lying on a date Now keep in mind too he could be saying that because someone adviser winked and nodded Adam doing hey you were lying right You get what I'm saying Yeah check this out You're on video I'm a journalist First of all I'm literally a liar He's on video Wow You're saying we're exploring how the virus keeps mutating Why don't we mutate the virus Now again that gets uglier And it gets really weird because at one point he asks the restaurant owner's into lock them in the store which could be construed as kidnapping I mean the guy I'm serious so it looks like he's about to commit multiple crimes here on paid Smashes that the iPad I don't know if he thinks because he was caught on tape that you're allowed to then commit additional crimes as a result I don't know what he's doing but this thing goes really bad You can watch the whole thing a project veritas dot com
The Dan Bongino Show
Joe Biden Struggles to Sing 'Happy Birthday' to Buzz Aldrin
"It's Buzz Aldrin just a American hero It's his birthday He's 93 so Joe Biden decided he was going to sing a little happy birthday jingle which is really nice The guy's got a gifted voice and you know he of course he's a speech so clearly and eloquently So this is just a great version of happy birthday So it's up there with Marilyn Monroe sing it to Kennedy Check this out Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday Happy birthday to you Did you hear it Happy birthday Happy birthday No no no I think it was just happy birthday How did you catch it That was great Thanks Joe I was very nice you'd Buzz Aldrin's birthday buzz Yeah yeah it was It was heartwarming I don't know about you but look at that If you're watching on Fox nation hair standing up on end goosebumps all over the place The guys I mean he's really up there He's like pavarotti with his singing But is that song No said domo or whatever That's what you get when you hear Joe Biden I wanted Trump's favorite songs by the way I forget the name of it I'm not an opera guy but every time if you're ever around Trump you know I don't know if you know this Trump loves the DJ No no not like Pauly D's not spinning the one and twos When Trump said Mar-a-Lago or bedminster they give him an iPad This is a true story I've been there I've seen it many times at the table with him He likes to pick the music He likes to pick the music so he'll actually be the DJ for the event and he'll always play pavarotti And then when the thing comes on with poverty You'll see him like he's like the Maestro from Seinfeld He'll do the thing
The Eric Metaxas Show
How to Mitigate Your Digital Addiction With Andrew McDiarmid
"You're with the discovery institute. You have an article in the New York Post that just appeared if people want to find it. About how we've become addicted effectively to our phones. And what I was going to say, there are several things. First of all, you know, I feel a lot of people use their phones for everything and one of the ways practically that I think we can deal with this is not to do everything on your phone. In other words, not to a lot of people read the Bible on their phone. And I would say, you know, it's great to have it there if you're on a bus or some place and you can't. But maybe if you read your Bible, if you're a Bible reader, read it in a book, use the book in the morning. Or there are things kind of like that that we can do because I think part of it is this visceral addiction we have to go to this thing, this thing, this phone, whatever it is, and that there are many things we can do that we don't need to use the phone for. But what other ways that you think practically people can deal with what is clearly as widespread a problem as there is? Yes, Eric, great points. Yeah, and you're right. There are things we can do to mitigate our desire to be holding our sleek smartphone and iPad and even laptops, you know, as much as we do. But the smartphone is definitely the biggie because it can be kept in our pocket. It's right next to us. It's an extension of ourselves. And one way to stop that or to reduce it is to do less on it. Yeah, so I would definitely advocate that. It's never sat well with me that we can have the Bible on our smartphone. It really hasn't. And I'm somebody who has tapped into it at times. Just like all of us, you know, it's there. It's convenient, but it just hasn't sit with them out well with me somehow. And I'm definitely an advocate of picking up the paper Bible and just getting your nose into it, you know?
Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride
"Over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet? Oh yeah, so you're talking about a OneWheel. And. There is this whole class of personal transport vehicles that is out now. And I actually learned this from Disney because I had to look up the rules at the Disney campground to see what was allowed. Segues. Is it PT? Is it PTV or PEV? It falls under either personal transport vehicle or plugin electric vehicle or personal electric vehicle. And one wheel, a segue, electric kick scooter, the ones that we've podcasted on where you see a lot of people like renting. Same class, basically. So I got a OneWheel for my birthday. And can you rent this? They are. Can you rent these? I don't think so. Probably not, unless somebody bought a lot of them and it's just going to melt. A lot of those and a lot of insurance. Anybody. Yeah. Yeah, so they're dangerous, of course. And there is risk involved. But some of it, just like anything else, Jay, it just completely depends on. When you learn to ride a bicycle, you probably started with training wheels, or at the very least you started with your feet on the ground, and you weren't going 15 miles an hour,
Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
Onewheel RECALL - #letusride
"Hey, coming up on today's podcast. We have a recall, a safety recall on a device called a OneWheel. Do you know what a OneWheel is? Well, we just happen to have side shot on hand. It's going to explain that to us. Along with, we've got a little racing coming back to the Nashville fairgrounds, and if you don't know about that, we're going to tell you all about it. We got some chin edition, F one 50 lightning sema build talk. The next gen Prius is out. We're going to tell you what it is and what it isn't. How fast is that new lucid sapphire? Get off your money. You might want to buy one. It's going to be cool. And did you know that Twitter has movies now? All that, coming up on the days podcast right after this. Hey everybody, welcome into the podcast. The counter show with my good friend Keith over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet?
Battle Infinity Price Prediction for Today, November 24: IBATUSD Price Makes a Buy-Trade Setup
"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Battle infinity price prediction for today, November 24th, iPad price makes a by trade setup. Battle infinity price forecast EBITDA price makes a by trade set up November 24 today. The iPad pair sends a clear bullish signal that the bulls are still
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"I mean, we talked about this a few months ago with the MacBook Air with M two, which is like, it has a couple of upgrades, but then it's also like, you can pretty easily land in a place where it's like, well, the M1 MacBook Air is still a terrific computer that's still gonna last you a long time. With the iPhones, it's like, okay, the iPhone 14 has some stuff going for it, but it's not functionally all that different in your day to today life than the iPhone 13. We're at this funny moment with a lot of apple products where it's like, especially with the M series, they got so good so fast that it's like, I mean, the jump from, I still, I'm just switched maybe 6 months ago from an Intel based Mac mini to an M1 Mac mini. And like once a day, I just reach over and just touch it and the fan is not on and it's not hot and it just makes me happy. Like still, with all of those examples that you gave, there are hardware differences, right? So like the M1 air and the M two air run all the same apps, all the same things if all the same core features, the M two's difference is it has a bigger screen and a better front facing camera. And so those are hardware differences. Where we're seeing segregation in the iPad line is like, okay, so it's got an M two chip, but the feature difference doesn't feel like a hardware difference. It feels much more like a software feature difference. And that's where the weirdness is really kind of coming into the iPad because like you said, how much can they go on the hardware that they haven't gone already? It is a slab of glass that you hold in your hand. I really would like them to move the camera on all of the models. Yes. Weirdly the tenth gen iPad is the first one to have the camera in the right spot. Okay, I assume they're going to move it on the rest of them eventually. But beyond that, what further can they do with the hardware? So now it becomes a different type of segmentation through the feature set and the software, which is not the experience that you have on the Mac. The Mac, you can run if you have an M1 chip or an M two chip, you can run all the same apps. They might run a little faster on the M two, but it's all the same ones. You're right. And I think it's going to be interesting to see if this line gets any smaller over time. Because part of me feels like apple is now deeply invested in 50 different iPad product lines, and this is all just going to keep getting weirder, or as some people have theorized like maybe this is a sort of awkward in between moment for a lot of reasons. Like the chip shortage is real and the world is weird and we're in the middle of a lot of economic changes and all this stuff and that maybe whatever it'll be like the 2023 iPad they'll just blow it all up and be like, look, we have an iPad. It's called iPad. Well, I have a feeling like the tenth gen or whatever that successor is. We'll eventually get down to the $350 price. It will knock the old model out of contention and it'll disappear. And then we'll have a much more obvious type of good, better, best lineup in the iPads, not counting the mini, which is kind of a weird outlier, but right now it is kind of a weird transition. We have a weird transition where the tension iPad has some features that the pro iPad doesn't have that are better. The better camera placement. The keyboard case is more flexible, it gives you more options, things like that, has a function row, which the $350 keyboard for the 12.9 inch iPad does not. So we're in this weird transition, it's interesting that Apple decided to roll it out when it did instead of just waiting, but that's what they do. Over time, I think it will smooth out. I can't imagine that they're going to keep adding more models to this lineup because I don't though I will say there's long been rumored a 15 inch iPad. At some point down the road. So maybe that'll show up at the top end and we'll be like, oh man. The iPad Pro max will get a full hour of this podcast. But yeah, that's sort of been my read on it too, is like, if the iPad ten appeals to you and like we've been saying, there are reasons it might appeal to you just like give it a little bit. It will get down to around three 29 ish, and especially if you're buying something for kids, I really don't think anyone should be spending more than that. I think that's right. So Monica for you, what is now the default iPad to compare stuff to. Somebody asks you the, I want a laptop, but I don't want to spend a $1000 on a MacBook and you're like, well, have you thought about an iPad, which iPad is the one they have to think about. Oh, well, right now, for me, it's still the three 29. Okay. I mean, as they're still selling that, so that's still the one that's going to give me problems. I mean, I might now have to mention the four four 8 9, but the three 29 one as long as they're still selling it is still, I think, a problem for people who are making budget laptops that are really bad. That's fair. Yeah, you just need like a keyboard shortcut that just inserts like four paragraphs explaining the iPad line into every review that you do of a Windows laptop. All right, we should go. But thank you both. This is very helpful. And I'm going to go back to my iPad mini, which I feel very good about buying and will never give up for any other iPad, no matter what. That's an easy one. If you want a small one by that one. Yeah, it's the best. And it is you trust me, even if you don't know you want a small iPad, you want a small
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"It has, I think, the same camera. It has the M1 chip instead of the a 14 bionic chip, which a lot of people got really up in arms again about. But again, I think there's these things aren't going to be meaningful to most people. Like the a 14 bionic is going to be plenty. And so is the M1. The M two God help you if you are maxing out the performance of the end to M two chip on the new pro, but we'll get to that. Is there a case for the air as kind of still that good tweener? I think the air is actually the most compelling iPad for a lot of people. And I think that if you are buying an iPad, you're falling into two brackets, you're falling into the one that we've discussed extensively, the budget buyer who is just buying a basic iPad for iPad things. Or you are that customer that you mentioned earlier that is not as price sensitive. It's willing to pay more and the air actually gives you noticeable appreciative better experience and better options for the future, whether you want to add the pencil or add the better keyboard, or there are features coming down the road that will support the M1, but not the a 14 processor. So if you are in that space, I think the error is actually a really good value. It gives you basically the same performance as the pro. It gives you the same size as the pro, it gives you the same ability to connect to external displays as the pro, gives you the same ability to connect peripherals as the pro. And it has the same accessory ecosystem as the pro. And it has almost as good of a screen, really the only difference between the screens between the air and the pro is promotion, which is the higher refresh rate, but you're still getting laminated display. You're still going to need P three color gamut. It's noticeably nicer. You put it side by side with a tenth gen iPad, and it's very obvious which one is a better screen. And so all of those things are much better quality of life. If you are going to buy an iPad, maybe you're considering replacing your laptop with it, maybe you're looking for a third device they use on the go commuting, maybe you are buying the cellular connectivity. Maybe you're planning to keep it for 5 years or more. I think that the air is actually a really compelling option at this point. And especially as we were just saying, you can get the 9th gen on sale. You could get the air on sale, too. And it's a lot closer to the tension price when it's on sale. So it's like a $70 difference. And at that point, it's a no brainer to me, by the air, forget about the tension. I mean, I agree that the big benefit of the air is better accessory compatibility. I just wish they would give that to the iPad ten. And at that point, I think it would make more sense as a buy. Yeah, it's kind of a weird position though, right? Because it's super weird that the iPad ten does not support the second gen pencil. It supports first gen pencil and it has this weird umbilical charging situation. It's a mess. And then the keyboard accessory for it is a $250 keyboard accessory that's only compatible with the tension there. It's not compatible with the air. Our attention iPad sees me not competitive with the air of the pro. But that keyboard accessory is already really expensive. And the keyboard accessory for the air and for the pro is even more expensive. And the second gen pencil is even more expensive. So now it's like, if you are wanting to kit out your iPad and like do the whole thing, get the whole experience. Are you going to spend $300 on a keyboard for a $450 tablet? That doesn't seem like a great equation to me, or a $130 on a pencil for your $450 tablet. It just makes sense to me that if you're adding those accessories, you're adding them to the nicer iPad. I agree that it would be great if these were all cross compatible, it would eliminate a lot of confusion, but I just can't see a lot of people actually going for that deal on the tenth gen iPad. I agree, but the keyboard lineup to me is the single most insane thing about the way that the iPads were here now. There are smart keyboards in there, magic keyboards, and there are folios and there are non folios. And the fact that there is a thing called the magic keyboard folio that only works on the iPad ten and nothing else is stupid, like to your point. It's ridiculous. And Apple has this very simple opportunity to unify some of the things that it has going on. And there were a bunch of people who wrote these stories explaining that where the magnet would go for the Apple pencil two on the iPad ten generation is actually where the camera is in the center in landscape mode now. And all these things, and it's like, this is all well and good, but this is just like, this is so deeply un apple like to be this complicated and make me draw a diagram of which keyboard works for which thing. The strangest part of that is that the tenth gen looks identical to the air and basically identical to the pro. And so you would look at it and you'd be like, oh, these can use all the same things together. Like the 9th gen looks different. And you could be like, oh, I can understand. It doesn't fit that keyboard case because it looks different. And it's a different size. This is like within a millimeter of the size of the air in every dimension, has the same size screen as the same overall design. It doesn't make a ton of sense that they did not make it compatible with the same accessories. Agreed. If Apple could figure out how to get the new pencil on the iPad mini, they could have figured out how to do it on the iPad ten generation. But Monica, here's my thing about the air. So the air is 5 9 9, but if you go all in and you get the Apple pencil and the magic keyboard, this thing is $1027. And the other thing you could buy for that money is a MacBook Air. And I think a lot of the people who are just making this particular decision are literally going to be deciding between those two things. I don't know, what's your sense of how you would even explain that to people? If you're going to spend a $1000, are you going to spend it on like what feels like kind of a super expensive tablet or apple's increasingly extremely good entry level laptop. I mean, I'd just get an error. To be fair, that could have meant either one. It's the MacBook Air and the iPad air. I would get the MacBook Air. Okay. Just because I think at that price, you should get an operating system that can do what macOS can do. Again, this doesn't mean that I'm not trying to install people who love to use iPad iOS. I think it's great. I love to use it myself.
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"But I'm kind of at a point now where it seems to me like last year's $329 iPad is probably still the right choice if you're just a person who wants an iPad. Like I certainly don't imagine there's any particular like performance issues. It has a now two generations old chip or maybe more than that Jesus if you include the M chips, but like it's still faster than you need Dan to your point to like check your email and browse the Internet. The camera's pretty good. It has touch ID and lightning, both of which are old and so I end up spinning out of control where it's like, okay, this thing is going to be obsolete faster than some of these other devices. So I'm like reluctant to tell people to buy it. But also for all the things most people want to do on their iPads, it's still plenty right now and I think the new iPad is both too expensive and in certain ways like overkill for that stuff. I don't know, this is the part I can't figure out. There's multiple components here, right? So you mentioned the processor and performance. One thing that really struck me with reviewing this iPad 10.9 or tenth gen iPad recently is that I typically use an M1 iPad Pro. That's like my personal iPad. I use it all the time. I'm very familiar with how it works. I reviewed earlier this year, the iPad air with the M1. And then I'm reviewing the iPad tenth gen with an a 14, an arguably lower end chip. But I couldn't find an appreciable difference in performance in all the things that I do on my iPad, whether I'm zooming with colleagues or I'm in slack or I'm bouncing between tasks or I'm opening multiple tabs or I'm writing the review on the iPad itself, whatever it is. All of my typical office productivity work is not limited by the processor. It's limited by the OS, but it's not the processor. So it's like, you have all these different levels of processor performance in the iPad, but I'd be very hard pressed to be if most people could be able to tell the difference between the different iPads. There are other quality of life things. The air and the pro have nicer screens, and that's immediately noticeable. And I think if it is something that you care about, it is a very important thing that screen is arguably the most important part of a tablet. It's a thing you're looking at the most and interacting with the most. The whole recent it exists. It is worth paying for a little bit nicer screen if you care that much. But then if you're not particular about that, then the 9th gen has a little bit of a smaller screen, but it's so much less expensive. And there's other things that it does have that the tenth gen doesn't have, and I think a big one at this price point for this type of device is the headphone Jack. We've kind of gotten away from complaining about no headphone jacks on phones because we had to accept that there are basically no phones with headphone jacks anymore. And we have to live in that reality. But tablets are a very different product and they have a different type of consumer or user. And a lot of the users of a base iPad are kids, whether they're at home, or they're at school, or whatever it is, and they don't have their own AirPods, and their own Bluetooth headphones and things like that. They're using wired headphones because it's easy. You can get sound limiting ones, which is a big thing for a lot of parents that you can limit the volume with. And so kids aren't blowing their ears out. And you could do that over a standard 3.5 millimeter headphone Jack. If schools are sharing an iPad, I know that I can speak for my kids. We send them to school with their own headphones and they use shared devices and plug their headphones into them. You can't do that if you don't have a headphone Jack. You can't give everyone a dongle or expect everyone to pair their headphones to it. It's like a really frustrating limitation. So in this context, I think a headphone Jack is actually a lot of value. The other part of it is, if you're giving this device to a kid, they're probably going to break it at some point. Yes. And that goes back to Monica's point about the price, that $450 price versus $329 and realistic in the real world, most people are not paying $329 for that iPad. It's been out long enough that it's easy to find for two 79 or maybe even two 50 if you hunt a little bit. That's a huge difference if you think this kid's going to break it in a year and I got to replace it or repair it or whatever it is. It just doesn't make sense to be spending that extra money. If you're buying something for yourself, that's a different story. If you're looking for yourself, but then I would say, look at the iPad air. It's that much closer in price to the standard tenth gen iPad and has a nicer screen. And we didn't even talk about the pencil situations, got nicer accessories, options there. And it has an even faster processor, which might last longer in terms of future support and updates and other new features coming down the road. What I would add to that too from the perspective from the childless adult perspective is I think there's maybe something we said for like there's probably some constituency of people whose interested in paying a premium for like a slightly more modern look and speaking between the 9th gen and the tenth gen. I do think though that if I were a budget shopper myself who was in the base iPads target audience, I'd be buying the three 29 over the four 40 9 right now and I also think another option I'd have would be to wait for the four 49 to come down to three 29 because that's something to dance point about being able to find deals currently on the three 29 one the four four three 9 one's price is very likely to fall in the future. Yeah, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me like I'm sitting here trying to figure out how to play devil's advocate and advocate for the more expensive iPad because I think one of the things I have had to learn the hard way over time is that Apple buyers are less price sensitive than I think they are and Apple has continued to press that fact over and over and over again. They're raising the prices of services they're raising the prices of hardware and like people just keep buying their stuff because they make good stuff and people like it. But even in this case, I'm not sure other than the design, which I think is noticeably better from the 9th gen to the tension. I can't really think of a thing that is going to be like meaningfully better in people's lives in the new one. Yeah, I mean, the screen's a little bigger. It's .7 inch bigger. So that kind of goes hand in hand with the design. But I don't think that the processor difference is appreciable. I don't think having 5G is an option is appreciable because most people buying this level iPad are not adding cellular because that's another $150 surcharge. Plus you have to pay for the service. So if you are in the type that is going to pay for cellular connectivity on it, you're probably looking at an error above anyways because you're in that higher end market. So these other features are just like not adding value outside of the design is nicer and the screen is a little bigger. And for the price difference, that's a really tough sell. All right, so let's talk about the air, actually, because when these things first came out, my immediate reaction was like, why does the air still exist? Because it was always like a little bit of a tweener and a little bit of the best of both worlds, depending on how you looked at it, it was like it was right in that middle spot of like, it's pretty good and pretty expensive and do with that what you will. Now it's a $150 more than the iPad ten. But like you said, Dan, it has this better screen. It has support for the newest pencil.
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"A couple of new iPads. There's the tenth generation iPad model, the base model, which has some new colors, an all screen display, which I'm saying with super sarcastic air quotes, a front facing camera that is finally in the right place, and basically just, you know, the base model, but with the current design. It's also substantially more expensive than it was. But you can still buy last year's model if you're still looking for a $329 iPad. Besides all that, there's the new iPad Pro, which has an M two processor inside and which as far as I can tell won't actually be all that different for most people. So right now, you have the option to buy the iPad 9th gen, the iPad tenth gen, the iPad mini, the iPad air, or the two sizes of iPad Pro, and they're all both very similar and strangely very different. Apple sells two models of pencil and 6 different models of keyboard attachment. And it honestly just feels like this whole lineup is kind of losing its mind. The verge's Dan seifert and Monica chin have been writing about and reviewing these devices over the last couple of weeks, so we're going to get into trying to make sense of this lineup and which one might be for you. Dan, hello. Hello. Monica, hello. Hello. Thank you both for doing this. I feel like we've all been in insane iPad chaos hell for the last week or so. So I'm sorry for putting you through this again. But thank you for being here. Anything for you, David. So my goal here is basically like, I just want to try and help people figure out if you want to buy an iPad. Which one should you buy? And I feel like I've had a bunch of heuristics for this over the years, where it was like, okay, if you just wanted an iPad, what you wanted it only for very simple things, I was like, perfect just by the base level I've had $329. You'll be very happy. It'll be great. If you want to do stuff, I mostly recommended people by the air, and then if it was like, if you are a person who knows you want to pro buy a pro, you'll probably love it. Now I feel like everything is like wildly massively up in the air. Everyone should just own an iPad mini end of story. If I'm honest, that's my actual answer, but it's the wrong answer. But that is how I feel in my heart. But Dan, let's start with you, 'cause you just reviewed the iPad tenth generation, which is like ostensibly the default iPad. It should be the one that if it is like, I want an iPad and I want to answer no follow up questions. The answer should be the tenth generation iPad. But you just reviewed it. What's the verdict? How do you feel? The verdict is it should be the default iPad. But I don't think it's the right iPad for basically anyone. That's not really a knock against the device itself because in a vacuum, the tension iPad is a really great tablet. Performs really well. It's got reliable battery life, has all the iPad apps, the screen is good if not perfect. It's got a new updated design, the sound is really good. All that kind of stuff. And so it's hard to knock the device itself. But when you put it in the context of apple's iPad lineup, it's like too expensive for what it is. If you are really price sensitive, and then it is not nice enough to put up a good fight against the iPad air, which is like the next level up. So it's kind of this weird in between spot and I'm sure Apple wanted to bring that in at a lower price, but right now, where it's priced at, it's just a really tough sell, especially because the entry level iPad that you just mentioned is still available and still being sold. So if you're really price sensitive, there's a lot of reasons to just buy that one, which is still a really good tablet. It's not a bad tablet at all. It's a great iPad. Yeah, Monica, I'm curious what you think too, because your perspective on this is super interesting, and that you come at it from like a, should you buy a $500 laptop or should you buy an iPad kind of thing. And I feel like reading your reviews always, it's been like, well, if you just want to do basic stuff, like maybe you should consider buying an iPad. And you wrote last week and my sense would be having now seen these things in the wild and dance review experience and all that stuff that this is sort of confirmed your priors that this is now like a mid level laptop that is maybe not the mid level laptop you should buy. Yeah, what I would say, David, is there is a big difference and I recognize that some amount of this difference is psychological, but it is there nonetheless between $329 and $449. Oh, absolutely. Three editorial $9 to me is a very fine I will buy this for my kids or I will buy this to just like watch the watcher on but like everything else I do in my computer. $329 for that is fine. $449, just seems like too much. And if that were just me that'd be one thing, but I think most people think that 449 dollars is getting to the point where that is too expensive for a device for which those two things are the primary use case. And that's without adding the keyboard which if you want to buy the keyboard, that's another $250. At that point you're at 700. I can give you like tons and tons of laptops you can buy for 700. The 329 dollar iPad 9 has been a real pain for me as a reviewer, frankly, because every time I review a budget thing, I have to caveat like, well, you could buy this or you could buy $329 thing. And when someone asked me like, oh, I want something under $600, what should I buy? It was hard for me to cope with an alternative to that $329 iPad 9. The more you increase the price because price is like the main benefit of these things when you put them up against laptops, right? The higher that price goes, the easier it is for me to come up with something else that I can recommend to you as a budget shopper. And especially at 450 but going up to 700 is way easier for me to come up with small turds. Yeah, and it's important to note that these iPads are great tablets, but not great laptops. You can add the keyboard to them and you can get keyboard cases for them, but ultimately it's a really small screen to try and spend a lot of time working on. They are limited in how many apps you can run side by side and things like that. And so the higher end iPads do have things like stage manager, which we kind of have established is not in a great position now. But it's an idea for better multitasking. They have the ability to scale their screen down differently so you can fit more stuff on the screen and makes it easier to multitask and stuff like that. These are really like, if you're trying to do laptop like work with it, it's very light laptop work, sending a few emails, reading a couple of things. Stuff like that, not really spending all day on it. I do want to add to that, too, that this I'm not trying to say here that the fact that the iPad is so limited is an insult to anyone who loves the iPad because this is like something that's been a big deal on Twitter with some people. Like I have lots of devices that I own that I love that I think are great and I also don't think they should cost $700. Yes. A 100%. Well, this code to my basic conundrum, which is like my general stance on most technology now is like buy the best thing you can afford an upgrade is rarely as possible, right? By the nicest thing you can figure out and then keep it as long as you possibly can and that is like a happy way to live your technological life. Whereas if you just keep buying crappy stuff, you're just gonna have to keep buying crappy stuff and that sucks.
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Again, the cheering. People want multitasking. Anyway, sorry, back to. So here I am in mail, I'm going to look at a mail message. This mail message has a URL to a website. So I'm going to go to that website and I just click on it. And I'm taking to the browser, right? So far, this is what we do every day on an iPhone. And here I am at this Mount Kilimanjaro website. Now I want to go back to reading my mail. I'm done looking at this website. What do I do? I could navigate back to the home screen and then click on mail again. But rather than that, I can just double click the home button and the window raises up and it shows me all the apps that are running. These are all the apps that are running. And I want to go back to mail, and I go right back to where I left it. I want to go back to that web page. There I am right back at the web page. Very simple. What jobs describes there is not multitasking. It's not even close. That is task switching. And that is what Apple has always meant when it says multitasking. Things like getting calls when you're in other apps or playing music in the background. That's the closest to true multitasking Apple ever wanted. Actually, Apple talked about Siri as a big multitasking win. It's a way to do quick things without losing focus on the thing you're actually doing. And over the years, even as Apple has embraced the idea that the iPad is a productivity tool that you can and should use it to do real work, whatever that means to you. It's still trying to hold on to that same idea. The iPad can't multitask truly multitask because Apple thinks it shouldn't. But it also kind of thinks that it should and a lot of people want it to. And so everything is kind of a mess. Let me go back to federighi for a second at an interview he did for John Gruber's talk show podcast right after this year's WWDC because he says something I think is incredibly telling. Sage manager was built for the Mac, he says, and only came to the iPad later. The Mac experience is messy by default, right? You open one thing, and then you go to get the next thing, and it piles it on top of that mess and you go to the next thing you pile up that mess. And so okay, let's skip ahead of that. He talks about this for a while. Here's the iPad explanation. It was truly coincidental. I have to say that we found ourselves coming from a completely different direction with iPad and realizing they arrived at the same place. And it was almost weird when that happened. But we realized with iPad you had what was clean experience by default, single window at a time, but where you wanted to be able to bring in more, have more access to things more multitasking. So we were able to capture part of the spirit of the iPad and yet open it up in such a huge way to overlapping windows that broader sense of access for multitasking. One half of that equation makes total sense to me. The Mac does get messy. It's true, and giving you some structure on top of that can be useful. It's why people like spaces or think of like the stacks feature on the back. The one where you can right click on your desktop and have it automatically make folders for all the different types of files you have. It's great, right? It doesn't force you to work a specific way. It just kind of helps you clean up. That doesn't work on an iPad. The iPad is already much more iPhone than Mac. It's already controlled and structured and it has so many guardrails that actually stage manager is just more structure on all of that structure. Now you have a million different ways to do everything and none of them just give you control. Yes, sage manager lets you have overlapping windows, and that's nice. But it's too complicated for simple use cases, and it's not nearly powerful enough for the real power user stuff. Because Apple is trying to make the iPad all things to all people because it can do so much so many different ways. It tried to make something that is both super focused and simple and super powerful and versatile. And that just turns out to be impossible. And so stage manager is kind of a bad idea badly implemented. And as you'll see with the iPad lineup this year, confusion is a bit of a theme. What is the iPad? Who is it for? How are you supposed to use it? Apple's answer used to be very clear. Now it's all about choice and versatility and you can do anything with it any way you want. I think that's a bad answer. And I think Apple needs better ones quickly. But we'll get to all of that in just a second. First, a break. We'll be right back. This episode is brought to you by Prime Video. Future London is calling
"ipad" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Of the show, we're going to talk about the iPad. Mostly because it's iPad season with a bunch of new models coming out and the lineup is extremely confusing. So we're going to try to help you make sense of it. But I also want to talk about the iPad because to be honest, I think the iPad is maybe the most interesting single gadget on the planet. It's part phone and part laptop, it has tons of power and tons of battery life and tons of connectivity, it's something totally familiar and simultaneously something totally new. You could imagine the world in which the iPad is like the future of everything. But I don't think that's going to happen. And I think that that's because Apple specifically has absolutely no idea what to do with the iPad. To explain what I mean, we have to talk about iPad OS and stage manager. Actually, no, hang on. Before we do that, let's set the scene a little bit. I'm going to talk a lot about sage manager in a minute. But first I want to play you a clip from the iPad's original launch in 2010. Is there room for a third category of device something that's between a laptop and a smartphone? You can sort of picture it, right? Steve Jobs, standing on a stage, he's in jeans, and a black turtleneck, just like always, and he's explaining why Apple wanted to build a tablet in the first place. In order to really create a new category of devices, those devices are going to have to be far better at doing some key tasks. Better than the laptop, better than the smartphone. What kind of tasks? Well, things like browsing the web. That's a pretty tall order. Something that's better at browsing the web than a laptop, doing email, enjoying and sharing photographs, watching videos, enjoying your music collection, playing games, reading ebooks. If there's going to be a third category of device, it's going to have to be better at these kinds of tasks than a laptop or a smartphone. Otherwise, it has no reason for being. And then a minute later, jobs sat down on stage in this big comfy armchair and just started playing around with the device. It was very comfortable and relaxed, and he kept talking about how big the screen was and how immersive it felt. Using this thing is remarkable. It's so much more intimate than a laptop and it's so much more capable than a smartphone with this gorgeous, large display. Okay, to be fair, that was 12 years ago. And a lot about the iPad has changed, mostly in good ways. The iPad is orders of magnitude more powerful now. It has more apps, it has more accessories, including keyboards, and Silas, and as it's gotten more powerful, people have naturally wanted to do more with it. Because like jobs said, in some ways, it is the best of both smartphone and laptop. The iPad was initially this chill immersive device for browsing the web and playing music, but eventually to power users wanted more. They wanted the iPad to be more like their laptop, to even replace their laptop. And that brings us to iPadOS 16. And brings us to stage manager. Sage manager is, how do I describe it? Let me just tell you what the screen looks like. The feature is off by default. But when you turn it on, you get the app you're looking at in the middle of the screen, taking up, I
The Dan Bongino Show
COVID-Era School Shutdowns Caused Historic Learning Losses for Kids
"Other story that appeared just the news John Solomon's allot which I really like COVID year is shut down school shutdowns cause historic learning losses for kids I don't even need to read you Mike Tell you what the losses were dramatic They were historic reading in math They mentioned I believe fourth graders and 8th graders Was this hard for people to figure out again folks treat me the liberals will do it anyway because they just don't like being able to treat me like an idiot for a second Was this hard I mean so we shut let me just say I'm not that I'm not that bright I don't know what's going on here So you got to just talk slow to me So there was a virus that broke out You had very little evidence that shutting things down was going to mitigate the virus And it turns out in the long run it didn't And you decided to shut down schools for kids who are at low risk for the virus and how are the kids going to learn We're going to stick them in front of an iPad in their house and do like a zoom class You are So no social interaction Nothing of the sword You're going to just teach kids over Zoom like can't they just go to rumble or some video platform or screw tube or whatever and download a video if that's the case And now you wondering why we've had historic drops in kids math and reading scores This wasn't obvious to you Hey to be fair it's fairness does matter My credibility with you matters This was not just Democrats I get a lot of Facebook messages during the break Dan I've got a governor here in Tennessee and a governor here in Texas and you know what They should have stood up against this stuff too Folks .1 100% stipulated I am with you This is not a Republican show It is a conservative show believe me there's a difference
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism
"Can I get a little bit technical to talk about you for a second? Because you are one of the rare breed you're young, you're not one of them. I'm getting up there though. It turned 35. But you brought, you still dedicate a lot of your journalistic work to something that is basically dead in journalism, which is long form pieces. You will take it issue, whatever it is, and you will dive into it for weeks or months, and then you'll drop a 1002 1003 thousand word ps, why I love it, I think that's what real journalism has to include. Does that drive you? Why do you do that? Why does Alex Marlow the editor in chief of breitbart give you that room for maneuver? Because you are an oddity in a good way that you really get down into the nitty Gritty of these issues. Why do you do that, mat boy? Well, look, I also subscribe to the fact that because I host a radio show on Saturday mornings. I do video stuff out there as well. So I've done some deeper long form videos over the last couple of years where we did some things with governor gnome and Kevin McCarthy and senator Blackburn, among others. But the written word, in my opinion, is still the most powerful thing. I mean, if you put it, I still think that people read for information. I do. I get it that people are out there like all watching these tiktoks and social media videos and 32nd videos. But I still think there's a huge number of people out there who are looking for easy to digest readable information. That's frankly where I get most of my information from is reading. So I read a lot very quickly. I read a lot of articles all across the news. So if you see it in the president Trump, I've probably read it. He always wants stuff printed out and he wants to read it. Well, I read it on my phone or on my computer on my iPad, but yes, or I'll read it print it out too sometimes. But yes, but I like to read it. And I think that and I can digest it very quickly. And I think that a lot of people out there are like that too. They want to read information. And also, it's permanent, right?
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
America Doesn't Care About Trump and His Empty Fascist Rallies
"Speaking of illegal, I think I punched a hole through my iPad pressing like on this. You said, I'll say it again. Restaurant and let the chips fall where they may say he's a flight risk and ask him to be held without bail until trial, enough bull already. I mean, the fact that he's out there openly inciting violence, you know, fascist rally, again, in the middle of going on that lipless F Hugh Hewitt show and saying that, you know, there's going to be you needed to believe bump for that lipless Hugh Hewitt. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. And going on and saying there, oh, there's going to be trouble like you've never seen trouble like you've never seen if he's indicted. And I'm like, do you really think people are going to get off their scooters and do something to try to support you if you're indicted? I mean, just stop. Football season started. Nobody gives a crap anymore. Just stop it. I know, look at the size of that stupid rally. Did you see the pictures? I mean, it's pathetic. And of course, they pushed everything forward to shove everyone together to make it look like there were more than a dozen people there. But it was, you know, yeah, it was mostly empty, and you know what they put those poor people through. These things last forever. It's like a brainwashing session. I know. I mean, the speakers start over three hours before Trump's Trump gets cooked there. And they were already quiet and he was like shushing him like some creepy, rapey librarian, right? While he was with the creepy music, I don't even know what's happening.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jennifer Horn on Gavin Newsom's New Fast Food Bill
"Who can't provide except for his cronies, the mutual back scratches is of course gruesome use of the government of California. Jen, what is the latest diabolical plan that is going to affect fast food in California, but keep that guy in power? Yeah, it has nothing to do with fast food. Unfortunately, but here's the story. On Monday, Gavin Newsom goes out on Labor Day, and he says, oh, we're going to sign this bill that the state legislature brought to him. And essentially, it creates a fast food council. Now that doesn't seem so bad. It's a little orwellian. Why do I need a counsel for my burgers? For your nuggets? Counsel. Exactly. I'm on the nugget council. So he signs this bill. And what it does is it ensures fair pay and health and safety response from these big restaurant chains all across the state of California. Now, you would think, why would we need a fast food council when already there is a minimum wage, which by the way is $15 enough throughout the state of California depending on the county that you're in, and there's already osho, which goes in and make sure that everything is safe. They have all of these hoops that they have to jump through already. But, you know, a Newsom says, okay, we need this and it's going to raise the price. Now the minimum wage for these workers, it's essentially unionizing them. The minimum wage for fast food workers will probably go up to about 22 bucks an hour. Now that's crazy. And it's going to raise prices and it's going to eliminate jobs because McDonald's is not going to take a loss. They're going to bring in iPads to take your order. It's like the McDonald's. It's literally across the block from our studio. It really pisses me off. There's one human in the back flipping burgers. And then there's these little kiosks out front. It's like, really, that's what you want. It's just robots.
AP News Radio
Apple warns of security flaw for iPhones, iPads and Macs
"Apple is disclosing serious security vulnerabilities for its iPhones iPads and Macs In two security reports Apple said the flaws in software could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of devices The company said it is aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited Experts are telling apple users to update the software on their devices One expert said this means a hacker could get full administrative access to the device and execute any code as if they are you the user I'm Ed Donahue
The Dan Bongino Show
The Top Nightmare Fuel From the Biden iCloud 'Leak'
"I just wanted to just quickly wrap up in a bow that Hunter Biden story So there's some reporting that someone leaked out at the investigation in a Hunter Biden's at a critical stage The reporter reporters fantastic well sourced I have no doubt that that was said there I just don't know what critical means I think they're going to want to make this thing go away and make this thing go away fast Why Well if you read me a Catholic reporting a town hall she puts together something really interesting about the Hunter Biden iCloud information that was recently uncovered Remember Hunter Biden had a contact in his iCloud account called peto Pete peto PED O You all know what that refers to Well cavell writes it's really peculiar that he had this on his iPad The Epstein esque moniker pitot Peter She knows in the lead up to the 2020 election The national pulse first reported that Joe Biden Joe went by the email pseudo and Pete Henderson and communications with hunter Refers to a Jack Ryan character She notes America's favorite hair sniffing septuagenarian who kisses his grandchild like Tom Brady is a top suspect They have to roll he's already earned the perverted nickname creepy uncle Joe Folks of any of this I just having experience having been a federal agent that could tell you right now I don't think this thing is gonna go anywhere I hope it does but I think if it is at this critical juncture that will offer him a plea deal they may have to indict on some low level charge and you'll never hear about any of this stuff again Let me tell you something I hope I'm wrong I'm obviously speculating I can predict the future But given what happened in the spy gay case where Trump was spied on and almost nothing came of it at all And still to this day we're waiting for action I'm not optimistic at all
The Charlie Kirk Show
Hunter Biden's iCloud Leak From Hell With Jack Posobiec
"We have to be careful what we talk about it because it's not necessarily corroborated, but it sure looks to be legit. Let me play a piece of tape here. So Jack, you know, you and I might have debates and arguments with each other, other people. Hunter Biden here is seen arguing with a hooker about how much crack cocaine he has. Play cut 18. It's 2.06. Two point. Zero 7. Without the bag. 2.0. Jack? He's pinching, man. She's pinching when he's not looking. She's going in there. She's going in that bag. It's like 2.07. I bet you if you played the full clip out, it would have, there was 25. There was 2.5, 2.6. This is what happens. Okay, kids say that on air. This is what happens when you let certain people into your home that you can't trust. Put it that way. So is what else is in this leak? So the main thing, the main thing that we are seeing in this league, right? And the story of the leak, I think, is what a lot of people are focusing on how this leak took place. Did it come out on this 4chan anonymous website, anonymous web postings, as opposed to where did the hack come from? So the hack itself was not right. This isn't a hack of his iCloud directly, right? What this was was there was a part of his when you back up your iPhone. Sometimes you'll save a copy of that on your laptop, right? You might save a copy of it on your iPad or it might save your iPad on your laptop, or in your cloud, right? Well, sometimes that saves on a local server. That's what happened here. They'd saved on his laptop. And this also comes from the laptop that was at that that was at that repair shop and Wilmington Delaware from two years ago. So this is not part of the laptop where it is, I'm confused. I don't quite understand it. It is, but it was encrypted until now. Oh, okay.
AP News Radio
Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street
"A gun buyback in New York City gets some dangerous weapons off the streets while putting iPads and $200 into people's pockets Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez says several dozen loaded guns were turned in anonymously no questions asked at a local church A grandmother who came in and said her grandson had a gun She said when he opens his drawer he'll have the gift card and the iPad but that gun is up the house He says it's not costing taxpayers the money comes from gambling and drug for for sure while the iPads come from junior's restaurant owner Alan Rosen who says as a dad he just wanted to do something About enough It's every night I mean there was this Monday there was a young lady who was shot in The Bronx 11 years old The DA says the guns get destroyed Julie Walker New York
This Week in Photo
"ipad" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Is twin. Hey, folks, welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host, Frederick Van Johnson. Today on the show, I have the pleasure and the honor of speaking with someone from a company whose app has a permanent place on my iPad and my iPhone and that is LumaFusion. If you know me, you know, I am very bullish on mobile technology and doing less with more and what can photographers do now that we have these crazy tablets with M1 processors in them and mature software as a content creator, what can you do that frees you from where I am sitting right now, sitting in front of a display with a keyboard and mouse and all that. Well, luma touch the company that created an application called LumaFusion has stepped in and created what I think is the defective standard for video editing on mobile devices. Kind of like your final cut pro or your premiere or your da Vinci resolve, but on a tablet and that you can use with the Apple pencil and be comfortable in all that stuff. So all that to say, Terry Morgan is one of the cofounders of luma touch. She handles design and all the pretty stuff over there to make the app look palatable for us humans, but she's agreed to come on the podcast and tell us about the company and then we're going to at the end of the interview, we're going to segue into a separate video that where she's going to demo the application for us and show us some upcoming features, hopefully. So Terry, welcome to the podcast. I'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you for having me, Frederick. It's a pleasure. No, this is the pleasure is all mine. I am a fanboy, sorry. I am a fanboy of your application and I love it. I want to use it for everything. So let's start with a little bit of background and history. So luma touch the company, give me the origin story. Why did you guys start the company? What was the problem that you were seeking to solve and where are things right now? Yeah, so well, I personally have been a video editor for my entire career and I just turned 58, so that's pretty long time. Congratulations. Actually, really long time. But I've been video editing and I over the years started working for companies like avid, Pinnacle, vast multimedia, tektronix, to help them with video editing and the interactions that users have when they're when they're editing. And so when I was working at avid as a product manager and designer, I we were working on Pinnacle studio or I'm sorry, it was avid studio for iPad at that time. And I met Chris demers, who's a developer, amazing developer. And when avid sold our team to corral, we decided to go off and after all these years of doing this for other companies, we thought, hey, we can do this ourselves and we think we can do it really good. So he's the engineer and leads the engineering team and I'm the designer. I lead the UX. What we do and how it should feel when you do those things when you're editing. And so the product management and that sort of thing. And I lead a team over here that has the support design, testing, and marketing. So we've kind of split it up and the developers in Salt Lake and our team is over here in Seattle. But it's working out really well. That is great. That is great. So lean and mean and you guys are focusing on is luma LumaFusion is that that's obviously the flagship app, right? Are there other softwares in the catalog right now? You know, we had other software and those have been rolled into pneuma fusion basically, so we had luma facts we started that after that was just the effects part of the LumaFusion. And that got rolled into LumaFusion and eventually we discontinued that. Because you can get it all. It's more convenient to do your effects where you're also editing, obviously. So that's what we did. Right now we're just have luma fusion and we are working on adding in some more in depth creative robust features to bring luma fusion really to the top level. I'm going to talk about that. I want to talk about those features. I'm really excited about a lot of things that you guys are working on. One of the for this portion of the interview before we get into the demo bit later is just positioning. Of this. And I've had conversations with some professional video editors and educators, you know, people that have like you have been sort of died in the wool in avid and then maybe final cut and premiere or these quote traditional NLEs and they look at mobile based editing as, yeah, it's not there yet. It's a hobby. Yeah, you can play around with it, maybe edit a clip for Instagram or something on it. But you never going to do any real work on a mobile device. What do you say to those people that don't think mobile is ready for prime time? Well, I can say that I've been editing for years..
The Mason Minute
Obsolete (MM #4031)
"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As our lives become more filled with technology, one of the biggest problems I think each and every one of us has is what some call planned obsolescence. When companies announced that their hardware or their software is going to become obsolete, Apple just announced that some of their macbooks will now become obsolete. There won't be any more updates. I'm sure my 5, 6, 7 year old Mac. I don't remember how old it is. It's going to be in one of those. I've got a bunch of Windows computers that are now considered obsolete and can't be updated. As is one of my iPads and I'm getting to the point I'm sure my iPhone is going to be next. I wish I could buy all this software and hardware as fast as it comes out, but I sometimes think they're pushing it too quickly. I'm not going to spend a $1000 a year for a new phone. I'm not going to spend thousands of dollars a year for a new computer or a new software. I see it all the time with some of the tools and softwares I use where everybody starts looking for cheaper alternatives. I appreciate everybody's bottom line, but at the end of the day, thanks to the economy, my income keeps going backwards. These companies can keep trying to make more money, and I'll start prioritizing. Who I want to give my money to and who all have to live without.
"ipad" Discussed on iMore
"Fourteen dollars more than that about which is which is strange when you think about it because you would very quickly get into the will. Why don't you just buy a monk. Stage of the purchase process. So that's the thing. Because the reason is because i don't wanna use a mac and yeah it's exactly what you said before about being more accessible more modular but i also think. I also think that you know the rumors that this isn't coming for at least a couple of years yet not next year. Maybe the year after right. So i think there are some indications that apple is especially in an optional sense. Sort of p- rowing up. I've had a little bit that we've got these new multitasking pair names. We now have a regular floating window in quick. Note that just does it just floats over the screen. I think they are getting ready to change some things on ipad o. s. It's just this was not the year to do it simply because this was the year where they were almost entirely remote when designing and building these systems should be no. If you're by the way this is these were like as mark says in. The apple could scrap this anytime of of developed rises this kind of kicking around notes in an office. This isn't. I'm just thinking about a an an ipad that size like dallas in the comments. I monitor it. It's basically it's a monitor that you can touch. Yeah at this point. It's not it's not going to be used for a lot of the things that people use ipads for now. It's really just going to be used as a touchable monitor. I think big for other stuff. Now it's too big for the. I think it might be too big for the current way we use a lot of people use ipads but remember that the ipad pro is. I mean as much as i talk about. Accessibility in it is more accessible. it isn't meant for. Most people use an ipad pro most people. Most people use an ipad. It's meant for you know people who want to do you know who need the most power they can out of an ipad and that isn't most people. Most people are good with an ipad or an. I've had air you know so the people who seriously use ipads now. I think i think there are people who could seriously us like a sixteen inch. Ipad pro now like now is the time for that. It's very specific. Mark it's very specific market. Well it's kinda like it's kinda like the iphone. Twelve many like that is a very specific market. I think well yeah theoretically and that's you know and that's unfortunate but i also think on a higher end item there will like look at the mac pro. Most people don't like the vast majority of mac users like ninety nine percent of accusers. Don't have aren't gonna buy a mac pro but they still have a mac pro and they're gonna make a gonna make a an apple. Silicon version of it at some point probably. They're not just going to redesign that line just to have one maybe two versions of it. It's you know apple makes it somebody'll by it. Somebody was getting more pros. Well like you say maybe we got the pro ups that we've been in promise like your final year up to that so once those things come about people. That's i think that's when people start once you could do more on the ipod. People stop plummer infamous greenspace because you'll have the productivity and then the limiting the bottleneck will become the the size of the display. Not the ipod can run. How much ram it has the battery life or anything that so exactly. Yeah and you know. Sixteen inch ipad. That's i have to think apple's not going to limit that to ten hours. I think that'll be the one where they push. That maybe twelve maybe fifteen hours. Have a huge batteries. Well lost the here. Here's the question though for me though the thing. I'm really curious about you. Know the m one is now in the ipad pro. And they're obviously finless. There's another fan less one computer in the in the macbook air. Would there be half to think there wouldn't be a fan. Louis m one x but maybe ipad pro could be an amex option and so it's even more powerful. I don't know. I'm just look this is just you know wish casting into the future if this even even happens at all. That's what we did. We wish cast into the future. It's funny because i was on clockwork awhile ago last year sometime maybe befalls be honest and we talked about like all. Like how big would you like an ipod to be. And we saw jokes about joe like you said like an ipod. The size of a dinner play like a dining room table for now is okay. We all like let's have some bigger ipods described as the size of a steering wheel. And i was like well. I'm going to be circular. So does and shape of a dinner plate circle ipad. all right. we have good discussion this week. We've come down to the end of our our we. We've done it on like three topics you've convinced me to install a by all of my devices. I'm just gonna go for beta except debate. I think it will screw up your audience stuff if i've not heard if you not heard for me like three or four days of the is just wrexham's exploded. Yeah copy contract had come to a cave. Yeah pretty much all right. So yeah we've come down to the end of it Thanks steven for joining us this week. My pleasure good avalon. Big big old. Thank you to everyone who showed up and watch us live and was talking to the comments. It's always great to have you there. See what you have to say about what we have to say Huge thanks of course to all of the listeners who will listen to us later in their pod.
"ipad" Discussed on iMore
"Iphone twelve or thirteen thirteen many thirteen hundred hundred. That's what it looks like. We're still looking at this year. Even though there have been reports that apple has now ceased production of the iphone twelve mini yet because of low sales which. Yeah yeah i was gonna. We thought it was going to happen. Awhile ago right now that happening. Yeah like apple apple was kind of it up and then i think the most recent report was that apple had kind of stopped even apple plant stop early and then ended up stopping even earlier than thought planned to because israeli dried up. But still go in for this year. Apparently one of the things worth mentioning with that though is this is not like apple's not going to sell you an iphone twelve many if you if you really want one. They have what they what. They've determined as they have enough stock. Yeah that they think they'll be able to sell until it you know. They plan to discontinue it via the home pot. Just boxes and boxes sutton warehouses gathering dust about home pod. A month ago it was made in twenty eighteen. It yes yes. Electricity is like a is like the first run of home pods from when they were released it was. It was pretty bizarre next year. They're saying that. The iphone like the mini iphone is done in favor of to six point one inch devices and to six point. Seven inch devices. Yeah because right now there are two six point one inch devices but right they both of them occupied just the exact mental. Yeah up but but now it'll be six point. One six point seven six point one six point seven which which i hate it about the one thing. I noticed about the dummies. The the iphone thirteen is it. Looks like the the thirteen in the iphone. Thirteen pro are not exactly the same size like the twelve swore the twelve on the twelfth pro-war. Maybe that's just my imagination or the way that they're seated pictures but it looks like one slightly taller and thinner so actually carrying you know what i'm looking at this and i think this might be. This might come down to the fact that they're like dummies ended this as a camera angle thing but so i don't think the bottoms of these phones are parallel to one another the pro look slightly taller and thinner to me. My color obstacle it could white 'cause totally could be an optical illusion and are not lined up perfectly it's true but it still. It just looks slightly. I could totally just be the color. Because the there's contrast in color around the edge of the pro whereas the unit that they're showing for the The thirteen does not so that can change how it looks but what we'll find out soon enough yet. Fricken july two months a little more than two months from now like two and a half months from now we should probably know. Yep yeah and as you said it. So of a dry spell wet i mean. We wouldn't really expect anything anyway. And then i'm just come out and said the apple is not doing anything until the iphone yet then it was like between september and december apple. Go like new ipods. Mike's episodes phones. And what else is apple make watchers. Don't forget the twenty to watch bands. That apple released this week. Everybody's life so there is one more rumor. I want to tackle because this is a personal favorite of mine. Apple finally finally said to be working on larger ipads. They're su- lamour for that. Since the very beginning of the ipad gigantic ipads a lunch tray ipad. There's a reason. I named this episode lunch tray. I had an this so evidently and this is according to a little scoop lit by again mark. Gherman apple is currently experimenting with fourteen. To sixteen inch ipad pros. Yes widely which is wild when it's extremely wild and i'm very here for it kind of goes along with the universal control because then your ipad is truly a second monitor. I mean really especially especially if you know like most people. Do you use a mac book. You have an ipad. You have an ipad. that's bigger than you're. You're like thirteen inch. Fourteen inch mac. But by then i could really see it Especially for people like artists graphic artists. The bigger the canvas the bigger camps. You have the better yeah. I can't see taking an ipad that size on an airplane or even like over to the couch or to read in bed just went. No no that is that is. That is a work device. Yeah i mean it just it sort of makes it more of a niche product than it already is one of the things that we haven't that we didn't really talk about in the betas section for ipad s. That one of the. I think maybe smaller but still very important new features. Quick note So quick note is a floating for no quick note is a floating window that you can write notes in that you can just bring it up and it just float there on top of your ipad screen and you can. You can use apple pencil with it. You can type in it. You can drag links to it. You can do a lot of different things with it and it you know when it comes to like gathering information and i just kind of float there six across devices that actually works with the it. It's the notes app just a small window of it and this could be a preview of like actual winnowing like. You were talking about the lack of a desktop. I mean we might be on our way to it. Yeah i don't know i just. I don't see that note feature being handy on an eye on an ipad that size because that would mean holding it in one hand i just. I can't see holding sixteen. I but that's just that's just it. Karen you can invoke it with a keyboard shortcut in on it. Not just something. You have to use with apple pencil. Yeah a definitely a fourteen uniformity. Certainly a sixteen like. I'm on a sixteen inch. Mac right now and like this is not device for you know waving around the the dinner table in bed with caroline shea food on it and then what share your net flex but it's certainly won't. It's almost like one. That would almost have to come bundled with a key. Auto will be like positioned exclusively as a foldable laptop rather than a Because you out your sacrifice and like you said a lot of portability and got expensive sixty chaipas pro would be like. Oh my goodness a lot of very very expensive. Yeah yeah. I i can't imagine it starting it.
"ipad" Discussed on iMore
"Troublesome for me on ipad It really is it. Is the text box thing like it can take forever to move cursor from one text box to another from title box to title box to summary to actual body text. It's yeah but like you said here in the actual like actually writing that sort of thing things. I can do natively on the ipad like in native ipad. Apps it sings. It's the stuff that i have to do on the web. Yeah the joe is. Do you have the mac. Os bear as well. I don't it's okay. The only beta. I haven't used it. Does you know is a universal control out yet. I believe so. Because i haven't seen a sink. A single person online like use it. I feel like that's the first thing is probably the me personally. But the biggest single feature and in the new motto us yeah. I think we've talked about this between between universal control and share play Those are the two sort of technologically impr- like truly technologically impressive like standout features that that they talked about during the keynote. Yeah i just. I feel like like i said universal controlling so impressive. It was such like a. Wow moment in the keynote. What male just check. If it wasn't there. I feel like i would have seen reams videos of people using it or trying to use it or not use if if it was already this so because i was going to ask if you would use. I thought i saw it in a video somewhere. Maybe i'm just thinking of the keynote but remember where. Yeah my My ipad is just sitting here. And i just wanna just wanna move my max cursor over to the over the ipad just because it can't can't yet because don't have monterey but yeah i think that's going to be the big feature universal because all is not in the bay is currently okay fortunate that is unfortunate. While that's not expected this plenty plenty of by some features not all features. It's exciting. it's kind of exciting because like one of the things about universal control is there. I don't think there's an actual setup process it literally just happens it just kind of happens and it uses i. I was wondering okay. So if you use if you've ever used sidecar on your ipad like your had with your magnet basically turns your your ipad into a mac monitor or even. If you've used a secondary monitor on your mac the way you got to set it up as you gotta go into system provinces and then you gotta go to displays and then you have to pick like it the displays orientation and its position relative to your main screen. And you don't have to do that with sidecar. Like if i if you're mac detects that a than an ipad or another mac is near and you so like if i move my cursor to the edge like the right edge of my display because my ipad is to the right of me it will just mike i think this little slow sort of translucent bar slides up and it starts sliding over on the mac and it'll just kind of intuit. I guess using machine learning like okay so we think so an ipad near and you know. He's moving his cursor all the way to the right. So maybe the i've had is on the right and then they'll just they'll have to be on the same apple. Id though because it seems like it could be a security issue copy shop in books. I think you could move your cursor from like a mac to an ipod. Safe like joe joe out the right. If you're mac onto your ipod your ipod up and put it on the left of your mac and move it all the way back around. You think it would know what you think it would. Ooh i got a. I have some doubt about that test. We'll test that when it when it happens which we could be waiting awhile but does yes. That's i was thinking when you said about the back end and desktop. And i was like once. You have universal control if you're working with something on ipod and yet drag across and you don't even yes that's true like you don't even need to worry about it I would be excited. I'm really excited to see what people do with that. Because i think that's one of those features where you're like. Oh my what. What did craig just do in that keynote. And then certain apart from that the city poverty example that he used which was he dragged the photo from an editor into like presentation on his ipod. Right uh-huh what he was doing or vice versa from the ipod. Bats the mac. I think it's one of those things like joe. What would you use you to control for if you had to stop and think like i don't know if there's any like immediate use case that kind of comes to mind some really excited to see what people do with that. Because i think it's one of those things that probably like the possibilities are endless in terms of what you'll be able to do with it in terms of moving files and assets and yeah some. Yeah 'cause karen like we were talking about it. Is you know it is more difficult to work in our cms on an ipad. That in his on say amac. And so. but i find that photo. Editing is better is just a better experience overall on an ipad especially with some of the apps that have come out in the last few years like pixel mater. Photo is my photo editor of choice on the ipad. And so i can. Just i can make my edits it like. I can use the two best tools.
"ipad" Discussed on iMore
"Know once you get used to them and for a lot of i power users i mean this sort of thing is exactly what we've been waiting for in terms of multitasking. Good as well because the multitasking previously ipod really stinks like trying to like. You know you've got like not like split view and stuff like that and then you'd have like one up you'd like try and put another one. It's like how on every time trying to remember. Like how on earth do i get the Tuscan saying open like drag it in and like move the it was always just like such a hassle unlike never seemed to be consistent like you do the same thing every time and something different would happen every time he tried to open to app side by side so more of that sounds the most practical thing up till now has been to have almost any app that you would think to multitask with in your dock and then you just have one. You have one app you wanna you said by set up. And then you bring up your doc in the drag. The other one in a multitasking. Yeah yeah and now. You don't have to do that because it's i think it finally does what we've been hope. What a lot of us have been hoping to do In that when you activate the multitasking thing like indigo go inside view. It slides your current window out of the way. And you can pick any up anywhere on your system whether it's from your doc or your app library or another page and it's just it's just good. It's just so much better karen to use multitasking on your ipad. A lot now i don't. You're really sort of a one one thing at a time. Kind of user i. i'm really not an ipad. Power user. I i use it for very basic things surfing surfing the internet watching that he does that kind of thing. I think that you know. And i think that's true for a lot of people. I think that is something that ipad enthusiasts like myself contender. Forget is that i mean. It's highly accessible computer. And yeah you know even especially before this The thing that apple did last week where they they sort of opened up the ram a little more to to people People are like well put mac os on it. Which no first of all don't do that. That's that that's a bad idea and you should be ashamed for having it. That's that's my hot. Take because i mean it is it brings pro level heart like what the ipad pro does it brings. It makes pro level hardware more more accessible from a computing standpoint from a from a user standpoint like everyone there so many people have to use a you know higher powered hardware in their jobs and they're not necessarily computer experts. You know people like you know photographers and and videography and other sorts of creative professionals. I mean they they have all these tricks you know that. They've developed over years of using their mac to get around you know system irritations and limitations and things like that. I think in limitations have accessibility. I think things like the ipad. You know especially thing of younger generations of these people coming into these fields from college and even just on their own they now have. They have a system with the power of say a macbook pro. They do like a of the lower end macro pro. This is like the the new ipad pro is just is just as powerful as that they but they have access to that hardware in a more accessible form anymore modular form and so. I think things like calling for mac. Os to be on on the ipad pro and only the ipad pro which be would be an incredibly inconsistent experience for people you know moving up the ipad chain over the course of a few years. I i've mentioned before. I have tried to use my ipad pro for work and i can do some ancillary things obviously answering emails social media stuff but when it comes down to it not having a desktop makes it just. I can't do my writing on on an ipad. I mean i could do like writing and draft or some other app just straight writing but when it comes to actually using our back end system i just can't get it. Yeah and there are certain. You know little peek behind the curtain. There's certain parts of our back end system that i mean you can theoretically used the whole back our back end system with an ipad. I have quite often. Yeah i i've done it. It's just so frustrating to be three times as long getting just getting cursor into a text box you know that that can upload. I imagine i draw photo uploading for money. The worst photo uploading for me is been actually not sa- bad but that's because you know that's because i did. I had to figure that out. Like what is the thing that makes this easier so like i use. I use a specific folder in files. And it's the same folder. It's actually the desktop folder. So that anything. I put in that folder. Like a photo that i edit in pixel mater actually ends up on my mac and in case the back end system isn't really working for me on the ipad. I can just jump and it's like well. I've got the photo here so i can do this i really need to. It's a nice backup but like photo. Uploading is actually the sort of.
"ipad" Discussed on iMore
"Good school trip in nice. It's quite distinctive waterfall to be fair but yeah school trip for two years just to cosi our trips. Yeah but yeah. So you have obviously put wichita on the home screen for me. That really is still just like a finally like. Finally you know so good and so what i've done on on. My primary ipad have multiple ipads. What i've done in my primary. Pat is just set up a bunch of different screens that are mostly widgets because now that we have app library on the ipad. I don't have fold a bunch of folders taking up space on my doc. So i put just the apps i want into my doc and then the rest restaurant apple library and it's right there and i can just i can get whenever i definitely have not settled on on a home screen setup. I might play around with that. Just like keep it real clean and just do like big widgets and nothing else and what one of the other things i think is great one of the i guess smaller but still kinda big changes. That apple made with irs. And i've had a west. Is you can essentially put multiple versions of the same app on your screen because of because of the the the focus feature. You might wanna have an app across multiple screens that you use per focus. So you don't need to so you need to be able to put multiple versions of an app on on different screens. And you couldn't do that for you. Just have to move it. Yeah and i noticed. There's a lot of different options for each app to see either. Might be like six or seven or eight different widgets for each no. It's it just gives you a lot of customization similar really big as well. They like ipod sizes on that big. So you've got here. Is there the with with the ipad. There's now an extra large. I guess you would say extra large horizontally which it size one of the things foot long which is okay. That's so.
"ipad" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"I have no choice. I can't if i get upset about it. I'm just to wait worse off than just like just like a part of the job. I guess so like you say you put a lot of widgets on your home screens with shortcuts find you most often run your shortcuts series collegiates. Do us any on watch. What do you think that's definitely almost. One of the biggest challenges is i can think of and create more shortcuts than i could like realistically take advantage of most of the time but i think that's why the focus stuff is i can tell is already gonna make a big difference. It's not something about. It is broken on my phone right now so i can't do the home screen changes but on my ipad. It's actually really sweet to be able to. I basically change to that specific context. Where i've i've spent so much time just in shortcut itself creating those categories too. So like i have when i'm working on my newsletter. I have all these shortcuts setup for every stage of the process and now when i go in a newsletter moat. It'll just show that and the big thing is having stacks because then you can just have one like on my phone. It's just four shortcuts can put ten stacks on there so you can really have like forty shortcuts on one home screen. If you want. Which end up doing i definitely. It's very nice. It's been a balance of. I went before where every step was a shortcut and i had literally fifteen hundred shortcuts than i pretty much reverted completely to the opposite side and made one newsletter shortcut that had fifteen options right and that also was just kind of like giant menus and it didn't feel right either so recently i've sort of settled into more of a balance where they're shortcuts with menus but they're still usually like four or so in a folder. Just because that's what actually fits there so i've done all this all this metal work on how to even use shortcuts. That is like. I've been trying to like foster community more people who actually do talk about shortcuts because in many ways we're all doing the same stuff on her own and especially now that it's on the mac. It's worth discussing as basically a programming language. What are the best ways to approach this kind of stuff because it's how people are going to make things on all about both devices in the future so right right since you've been of all in on shortcuts for a while you kinda have to be iphone and ipad probably main working devices but overall do you prefer working on the ipad is like your main deal. Are you still more of a mac guide. You try to balance it. What's your split there. yeah. I'd say i've gone pretty heavy into the ipad and i'd say are like it's the one that i enjoy the most and that i feel super comfortable on almost every apple service that i use generally has to either work through an api or have an ipad app in order to fit into my workflows. In almost every way. I've been ipad only except for the fact that i make youtube videos and livestreams podcasts. From him and so i'm always. I've used a back the last five years almost every day but i also don't i can tell right now that it's like weird for me to sit down and and go by mac. I as opposed to ipad because i just feel so much more comfortable there in 'cause i think because of that customization i'm gonna do it on the mac using some the new stuff but not in the same way where it is literally built into like switching home screens and widgets and stuff which i've grown really used to i still before i went ipod i was deep in the mac like i came to the apple world because of mac power users. So that's definitely all been been native but i just. It was hard for me to get into deep automation stuff. There partially because to be honest. A lot of it isn't super approachable. And you are learning to program or there's some like esoteric apps that are super amazing but it is like just having shortcuts taking up so much mental spaces like did you that also just kind of split focus. Where in some ways. It was kind of like insurance going to come to the mac. Eventually kind of that paid off. At least yeah. He had to the same thing like i was never into apple script. Use those a lot and automated her man. Like i would try to use it every once in a while but even just to try to batch convert some pdf's images or something like it just never felt user friendly and never felt like it worked how my brain worked at least so was never got into that. I was just hoping that shortcuts come back and thankfully it has now now have you. Did you get the ipad pro. Did you upgrade recently. I did. But i returned it. Because i intentionally. It's not as like absolutely made a quick video about. I bought the one. That didn't have cellular. Because i wanted to see what it was like and i did not like it personally because i didn't realize how bad my internet was in certain spots in the house because it always just kicked cellular and i never noticed i so i knew that i was gonna probably return that one because i also like wanted to use it and i do. I do think i'm going to upgrade. I kind of wanted to see what was going to happen. Ww and it's definitely especially on youtube. It's like people were expecting final cut in x. code and then we didn't get it and so it's oh it's a terrible device I have so many thoughts about the ipad that it sometimes the current conversation about it. Yeah i'm like you guys have just totally missed everything else about it and why. It's great. I don't i don't know i don't want to talk about other people because no no no. All i know is how i've used it and what i enjoy but i totally. I also like really want final on the. Because it would be amazing to edit the stuff and just be able to move back to the mac. If i have to and have that kind of cross platform workflow and otherwise in pretty much every other way. I already do that kind of work. It's like i said. I only use apps that do work on ipad and mac most of the time and so maybe that's part of why i don't make as many videos because i'm on my ipad and it's not as easy as i could write. It could be so. I'm totally with you. I got the ipad pro because editing podcasts. At least audio wise is good on that with variety. Ferret has amazing. I agree. I let me see final cut on it and the conversation has been so split you know. I feel like after the keynote. There's a group of people that are like. oh yeah. Multitasking is great. Now and i feel like i'm in bizarro world because i'm like basically the same. It's just. They have controls now for what were only gestures before so and then. So there's that whole that whole camp and then there's the other camp where it's like nothing changed the ipads a failure and i was gonna say i get both sides but actually don't get the side that says multitasking is good now. Because it's really the same for me even even if me functionality where maximum two apps at time fine you know that's all we're ever gonna get is one thing but there's still the small pieces like i. I still use this as an example because it seems the most notorious but to use an audio interface like a usb microphone. Just a usb plugged abusing my click right into the ipad. Let me use skype and another after recorded at the same time and lead that audio input be in both apps. And you still can't do it without pedal was fifteen. And so even if they didn't change like the mechanism for multitasking like split view and slide over those other little things like inputs and things like that it seems like just a big oversight so i don't know it doesn't feel like bizarre world to you. I mean it's basically the same right. Let's just asking. This episode is brought to you by air. Med care network. Fly you home. Air care network fly. You home gives you the comfort of home when you need it..
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"ipad" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
"Pro at the time. It was the apple pencil. They there's nothing that a regular ipad can do sorry. There's nothing that an ipad pro can do that. A regular ipad can't do and the launch of absence. Just a millisecond difference like it's not noticeable. I would rather go for like the base cheap version of the ipad. And just max it out and storage and everything and you still wouldn't amount to how much and ipad pro cost or do what i do. Buy an ipad air. It's got okay and so first thing again. Why do you want you want because of the m one. Yeah you want because of the potential. Yes but we're youtubers dude by next year you're going to have to buy the ad the other ipad pro anyways to review it so it's pointless to buy this thing agree. I agree with that okay. And so the other thing that makes this product special which you won't be able to tap into with the eleven inch is the the mini led display. And so only yeah. It's not evan. It's not on the eleven inch and so you can only get it on the twelve point nine. Which is the reason why i got the twelve point nine. And oh my god. Like i really like. I've been like redoing the introduction of the script repeatedly on this review. Because i'm like. How do i make this review without totally bashing this thing if you read an e book and dark mode like the whole like. What's the purpose of the mini display if not to provide better zone dimming. Yeah that's the whole purpose. You want more meant morally these free to be able to turn off certain elements of the d. But it's aasif. The software was not yet designed to take advantage of the hardware. And so if you're watching disney plus for example and you get that like disney logo in the corner that disney logo gets a bloom only blooms it blooms all around it and so if you like if i grabbed my ipad air right now if i grab by twelve point nine inch first generation ipad pro video looks better on it or anything that uses dark mode. Looks better on it then. On this twelve point. Nine in gem one while that's weird like things that an ipad would have blooming issues right and so there's there's only one thing about this display. It's like oh god it's so it's so good like i remember when we got Iphone what was it the eleven pro when the eleven pro launched. That was like the first time that they went. They went all in on on boosting contrast ratio. And so if you grab any opo phone you'll note because oboe phone or like a five million to one contrast ratio their best in class even better than galaxy displays and so like when you look at the tax. It looks so chris it's it's and then when you look at hdr content. It's like insane. Okay if you play anything in. Hdr on that m one ipad pro. Yes you're blown away. You're like whoa five and it. So i think that the effect is like looking at him. Iphones at that's what it looks like. But then it's not like if the liquid retina wasn't tune so well to make it almost the same and so you ask yourself like if they went through all the hassle that make this ipad almost all lead. Why not just make the damn thing. Ola like i mean they've already been tinkering with old lead. Samsung has been doing ola tablets forever and they charge pretty much. Say money like i would have called that pro talking already. Two million to one contrast ratio if they get the good quality panels which you know apple they will. But i just give me another reason like give me a reason why this product is a pro if there are no pro apps if the apps that run on this thing run on the cheapest ipad there is no reason for it to exist Blake even if the apple pencil works. Like i was you know i was going through like the history of the ipad pro with with the script and i was like all right so when this product launch. I watched the whole keynote again and it was interesting. You see phil schiller during the presentation of that. I ipad pro and the only argument. And it's only claim to fame when it was everything's bigger and i'm like so what like everything is bigger and everything is bigger and everything looks better. But it didn't look bad on the previous ipad Yeah like there was. No everything is bigger. There was no point for its existence. And so you got that problem But then obviously they amounts apple pencil and that's the Ha moments like oh and then do you can grab any hard. Tunis grab most professionals and they will tell you that it's not quite welcome. Welcome digitize her quality you know like the professional thing that you connect to a mac no but it's colo it's so like and so we go back like if you want to crack if you've ever seen a welcome tablet there are others like a welcome version that runs over windows and that thing is like massive that thing.
"ipad" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"That's tough to have a good electronic or a good account system for individual practice like that. You know if you're not one of these big universities mayo clinic or whatever and you of have to do the best you. Can you know you have to hire a website person. A developer to create his online accounts. Because you're dealing with medical data has to be secure. It has to be private you. Can't you know leaking and all that stuff you have to watch out for and i'll say some doctors that my family will use. They have online portals but they are not great. You know they're not super user friendly if you have to upload a document like that can be a chore just even figure out how to do that and have to send you a special instructions like well. Click this first and do that so if this something that would actually help. Medical professionals smaller practice individual like family. Doctor things small staff. I'd be curious. Would it help them. Save that step of having to have a website with all that you wouldn't need the two way you know they would have to have some way. Where a patient could submit documents or send data back to the doctor. This is this is where my next idea comes apple. Go ahead and give me money for apple. Should build a doctor kit of like school kit where teachers in school have apple provided software to work with classroom stuff right so maybe apple should build something for doctors and let doctors go by max for their practices and have into an encrypted access to patient data submitted through the health app biometric throughout this stuff that they already have like dr kit or whatever dr already have research kits. They have health kits dr king. I like it all right. Well you get credit for that. Just like william. We'll get credit for the apple car one day. We're calling it now. It's good at dr king. All right we'll take one more break and there wasn't i gonna talk about some ipad. Os multitasking once again. Because you can't talk about it enough but it's episode is brought to you by one degree. They make incredible podcasts. And this particular series is about steve. Jobs called the enlightenment of see jobs. And from iphone to pixar steve jobs led a career full groundbreaking innovation. Of course you know. This apple insider listener his road to silicon valley. Success was a rocky one. Has you know filled with failure. Burn bridges but from wondering a new season of business. Movers on their business moves. Podcast you can learn how. Steve jobs took apple from near disaster to total triumph. Steve jobs like to say a computer's a bicycle for our minds. He saw how bikes elevator minds and bodies and he thought computers could do. The same for our brain jobs had a knack for seeing the big picture that a computer animated film toy story could be the future of movies. That phone in your pockets could give us a universe of information at our fingertips so from the makers of the hit series business. Wars comes the new season of business. Movers a weekly podcast. That explores the legendary and controversial career of steve jobs. I'll be honest. I started listening to this. And i got hooked actually just listened to the episode talking about steve jobs looking to the future. And it's really about those last few years this particular episode the last few years of his life from the iphone to the ipad him announcing those products but also his struggle with cancer during that time. What happened behind the scenes again. It's i love hearing about steve jobs and his work. They also have the podcast with him. And johnny i've and they talk about how they met and how they work together and so it's just a really fun podcast. I highly recommend so you can listen to business movers..
"ipad" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"So let's see what happens if we plug a thunderbolt cable into the back of it and then plug the other end into the ipad pro. So i set up a special little view here So you can see how this works. I've got my ipad pro in front of me. I've got the cable ready to plug in mistake. That apple pencil and put it on top. So i don't forget it and we'll take this and plug it in now remember. I've got ethernet in the back. And i've got Display port in the back and power. of course. so we'll take this. We could plug it into the side or we can plug into the port. That's on the side of this keyboard if you've got the magic keyboard so i'm gonna plug it into the side here as more people will have that possibility and watch what happens. Let's give it a second while sort of irons itself out and voila up on the screen. Pops a mirrored version of. What's on the ipad now immediately. You might be going okay. Mirrored version and orland. Kerma thought. Totally understandable. i am hoping that apple in the future allows for you to use an external display as an external display and not just a mirror display. But for now this is what's available but i wanna show you something else. So we're going to pop into the settings app here and we are going to Scroll up and you can see. That underneath wifi is ethernet. Yes folks because this cow digit. Es three doc is connected via ethernet it can use the ethernet that is built into this college at dock that is now connected via this college dock so we are getting full. Ethernet connection on the ipad pro. So if you're really needing a really good connection maybe you wanna face time to make sure that you can actually have a conversation. This is a great way to make sure that happens now. Let's pop back out. Because i want to show you something else. So great i can do ethernet. I can do An external display via here. I've got display port. But you could do. Hdmi if you have an hdmi. Doc you could do you could do. Hdmi to usb. C u h or display portee. Sbc all those different technologies To work as long as the dock supports it now Let's go ahead and look at the front of the college dock where i've got two options. Here are three technically options here. I think i want to connect my st card to my ipad pro so pop that in and give it a second to load up and then you know what while i'm at it. I wanna take this. Usb a Card and i want to pop that into the usb port on the front and we'll give that a second to load up and now we're going to go into the files app so let's head to the files app now. We're in the files app. And i can see my different folders here. I wanna go ahead and tap on the side where i've got mixed pre. That is the name of this s. d. card and i could easily pop files into this. Take files off of it. Just like it's one of the other Locations here as well as sandisk where there's already a folder on here and that folder has stuff inside of it and i could take things out and put things on so suddenly becomes very simple to use all sorts of peripherals with your ipad with a by by the side in your ipad..
"ipad" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"Of the m one chip to the ipad line at least in marketing speak and in name. The new apple ipad pro now supports thunderbolts. Yes this is the the technology that many of you may be familiar with as a way to have a much faster connection along with device charging and display technology all built into one cable. It is the one cable to rule them all and As apple has great it's ipad pro. It has finally brought that thunderbolt because to the ipad. So i'm gonna show you My favorite thunderbolt three dock. And how it works with apple's ipad pro that's right it's not just individual thunderbolt gets. You can connect you can use a whole dog on dock. So let's take a look what start here. I've got the cow digit t. Three plus in hand as you can see This i've done a review on before he should definitely check out. That many of you want to learn more about this. This is the best thunderbolt dock for the mac that you could possibly ever have ever quote me on that. This is genuinely the most amazing piece of technology. I have next to The new ipad pro and my macbook pro. Which i love very much. It gives you the ability to connect a bunch of accessories to your macbook pro Or any thunderbolt supported computer. All sorts of things you can plug in you can Play an st cards and Usb and on the back you've got ports to not only charge your device your thunderbolt device but as you can see. I've got a display port. Cable connected this full-sized display port. I've got ethernet here. And i've got the power right now because these are what i want to show off But to other daisy chain Thunderbolt one goes to the device. One that you can use to daisy chain other thunderbolt things to this doc. Then a usb c port that i use for another display as well as four usb on the back there are five gigabytes per second usb. The usb c is ten gigs As well as spiff. If that is your audio technology of choice and then two usb port on the front five gigabytes per second one that is usb a and one that is usb c so lots of technology packed into this..