Every September Apple releases at least the new iPhone for the year. Sometimes, like this year, they release a bit more. Today Chris gives you an update on the new Watch, iPhones, and iPad. This isn’t just an Apple fan-boy perspective but a look at what the new upgrades can do for archaeology and fieldwork.
Apple had their usual September announcement recently and Paul and Chris break down what the new tech is and what it means for archaeology. Should you upgrade to the new phone? Do you need the new watch? Will the new operating system crash your hard drive? We'll talk about all that and our experiences with iOS 12, Watch OS 5, and MacOS Mohave, 10.14.
From a new watch to two new phones - the latest from the Apple iPhone event for Fall of 2017 has brought longer battery life and some real tools that can help make fieldwork faster, safer, and more efficient.
On today's episode Chris Webster is joined by Richie Cruz - a long-time Reno CRM Archaeologist and Technophile. We talk about the Apple World Wide Developers Conference that took place in the beginning of June, 2017. What did they release, what can it do, and why should you care?
The iPad brought tablet technology to more people than any product before it. Now, as Apple and other companies continue to innovate we're looking for ways to make archaeology more efficient and more about archaeology, not paperwork. Apple's September Keynote was PACKED with new technology, software, and hardware that will allow us to simply do more archaeology, and, do it better. Chris and I, along with guest Michael Ashley, unpack the Apple September Keynote and figure out what's good, what's bad, and how it all impacts archaeology for the future.