What’s the best way to take a weapon away from a Grammaton Cleric? The answer to that is the solution to plenty of seemingly difficult problems, including, sadly, how to get passwords away from unsuspecting users. Unfortunately, it’s not in any respect a way to get anything away from Apple.
Not ever. So we’re left with a mix of leaks, speculation, and analysis. We’ve been trying to keep away from the rumor regurgitation lately to focus on some of that analysis. More on that below. The next sizable (small) thing
A whilst ago, after Apple announced the iPad had performed in 2 years what took the iPhone 3, the iPod 5, and the Mac 20, I asked out loud what Apple could maybe do to once again equal or surpass that success? What can be Apple’s next big thing ?
It’s watching increasingly likely that next big thing also can come this fall, and can be something distinctly small . WWDC 2012
We’re only a couple of weeks away from Apple’s 2012 World Wide Developer Conference. While there might be some new Macs announced sometime around the show, we’re still hearing there won’t be any new iOS devices this summer (see above). However, we’re assuming we’ll see the first indicators of iOS 6 . I’ll be there, along with our app editor, Leanna Lofte, and our podcast co-host, Seth Clifford. If you’re a developer and you have something impressive to exhibit off, email firstname.lastname@example.org and allow us to know. We’d love to meet up. Video velocity
I don’t think it’s any secret that iMore’s easily taken things to another level whilst it comes to photography on a device blog. distinctly with Leanna’s work, it’s not impossible to imagine us being a photography blog that just happens to have iOS devices, apps, and accessories as our subject matter. Well, like I promised when we transformed the site name, we’re not going to be slowing down any time soon. So now we’re trying to bring the related artwork direction and ambition to our videos as well. We like to make them enjoyable and dynamic, engaging and informative, authoritative and definitive but always, necessarily available and approachable. We want to prevent them part of our discussion and our community, but we want to do it with way more style. It’s an effort to bring the various iMore TV aptitude to all of our efforts. To make it the rule of thumb in preference to the exception. So we’ve drafted Georgia’s husband to help us out and he’s been doing a gaggle of different experiments with the last few accessory review videos we’ve done. We’re still getting all our equipment in order, and we’re still working difficult to solidify the concept, but I’m really excited and I can’t wait to reveal you where we’re going with them. If there’s anything you ought to see us attempt — or not try! — permit me know. Podcast perfectionism
Speaking of experiments, we’re still working on the structure of our iPhone & iPad reside podcast. We’re concentrated on retaining the 60 minute difficult stop, but how we fill those 60 minutes is still up for grabs. For some weeks we tried to split things up, concentrate on a headline story, then divide the rest up between news, apps, and accessories. final week we went more with a round-table concept, invited on a guest, and actually did a deep dive on a few, appropriate stories. Specifically, we got Marc Edwards of Bjango to fill in for Seth, and Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac to fill out the panel, and we mentioned the ever loving stuffing out of what we may see from Apple when it comes to next generation and new devices. Which format do you like best so far? Do you want smaller shows or more guests? Fewer topics or more variety? What’s your best balance?
Check out closing week’s prove and tell me what you think.