In the final episode of Adapt, Federico and Ryan talk in-depth about the iPad’s future. What updates may be coming in 2021? What longer-term changes might Apple be planning? And will the future of computing look anything like it does today?
In this penultimate episode, Federico and Ryan do a 2020 year in review for the iPad then assess the state of the iPad’s current hardware and software.
After five years using an iPad Pro full-time, Ryan spent a week on an M1 MacBook Air and let his iPad collect dust; Federico has questions.
There was a big Mac event this week, and Apple has Federico and Ryan more intrigued by the Mac than they have been in years. Someone may have even made a new computing purchase this week.
Now that the iPad Air is in users’ hands, including Federico’s, Ryan quizzes his friend on all the finer details of the new device, especially as compared to the iPad Pro.
Apple announced new iPhones this week, so Federico and Ryan get in the event spirit by talking through how they use their iPhones and iPads in different, but complementary ways.
Lots of third-party apps have updated with support for iPadOS 14 features, and Federico and Ryan want to share some of their favorites.
iOS and iPadOS 14 are out and an Apple event this week brought new iPads with it. After processing the unexpected OS release together, Federico and Ryan cover the new iPads and especially the iPad Air.
Resuming our regularly scheduled iPad programming after a one-episode Mac diversion, Federico’s back and Ryan quizzes him about his iPad mini use and the findings from his challenge.
With Federico away, in his absence special guest John Voorhees joins Ryan to talk through a borderline forbidden topic: Ryan’s recent Mac curiosity, which leads him to quiz John all about modern Mac life.