It takes 5 of us to talk about 3 phones. Yep, the Apple event is over, and we break down the highlights of the hardware. Shelly Brisbin
and Scott Davert
join J.J., Joe and Patrick to talk about the new Apple gear in this special wrap-up show edition of the BBQ.
This podcast was recorded shortly after the Apple event on September 12th. At that time, we did not know where Hurricane Florence would make landfall. However, we knew it would and we wanted to mention some resources in case our listeners wanted to help with the recovery efforts.
Also, the Charlotte Observer
is a good local source to learn more about what is happening in the Carolinas.
Win a Google Home Mini
What better way to celebrate an Apple event than to give away a Google Home Mini. All you need to do is fill out this short survey by September 30. We'll choose one lucky winner to get that brand new Google Home Mini, which will in fact still work with your fancy new iPhone.
Discussion Topic: Apple Fall Hardware Event 2018
Here are some links that dive even deeper into the details of the event.
The hardware events aren't over yet. Microsoft says they have something coming, Google has an event on October 9th and Samsung says the new Note will be announced soon thereafter. But none of that will be in our next episode. Tune in to BBQ 158 to hear what does.
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Hey, guys: it has been a year, and that letter X - as in iPhone X - is still a Roman numeral ten. The screen readers still get it wrong, but surely you're smarter than your screen readers. I'm using an iPhone 8 and have no plans to replace it barring some unanticipated accident. I'm thinking more seriously about the new Apple watch, though.
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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.