We are pretty keen on running our first few live stream demos from iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus - and Austin Mann’s comprehensive review of the devices’ capabilities have got us even more excited:
"This year I had the opportunity to be at Apple’s Keynote where they announced the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and the Watch. It was truly a sight to behold, as they unveiled each of these products in a their oh-so-Apple way (and the U2 concert was an amazing bonus!)
"Every year, the new iPhone is packed with new features across the board but for us photographers we really just want to know one thing: what does all this mean for my camera and how does it make my pictures better than before?
"So the night of the Keynote, in partnership w/ The Verge, I left on a mission to find out exactly that answer and have been comparing the iPhone 5s, 6 & 6 Plus for five days in Iceland!
"We’ve run through waterfalls, driven through storms, jumped out of a helicopter, slid down a glacier, and even slept in a cave with an entrance shaped just like Yoda (picture below)… and best of all, the iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus were with us every step of the way. I can’t wait to share the images and results with you!"
Read the full review (and see the review images/ videos) here
We can’t wait to go live from the iPhone 6 sometime soon!
Ever wondered what the benefits of live streaming are?
We have and we’re pretty sure others have too. We’ve put together a quick list we’re calling 50 Reasons to Live Stream which you can follow here on the Chew blog.
If you attend an event we’re streaming, and you’re lucky enough to get a goody bag, you may also see 50 Reasons pop up there… If you want to discuss how live streaming can help your business, get in touch!
We recently had the need to get some flyers printed up for Chew and we ended up with a list we’re calling 50 Reasons to Live stream. Here’s the first of the selection.
After two decades in print, Macworld announced this week that the print magazine will shut down. Jason Snell was Macworld’s lead editor for more than a decade, and – along with many of his former colleagues – is moving on. Jason has launched a new site, Six Colors, where he will continue covering Apple and the technology industry at large. We asked him to reflect on his experience as one of the industry’s most prolific Apple watchers.