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Macworld The Apple Watch is getting its first major revamp to its operating system this fall. And can FaceTime spur Apple TV hardware sales? This, plus the fundamental change coming to all of Apple’s operating systems, all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast! This is episode 847 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola. Listen to episode 847 on Apple Podcasts Listen to episode 847 on Spotify Get Info  Click on the links below to learn more about what was discussed on the show.  Apple rethinks the Apple Watch with watchOS 10 update  You can now take FaceTime calls on your Apple TV 4K  How Apple’s upcoming widget revolution will change our screens forever  Subscribe to the Macworld…
Macworld Apple revealed iOS 17 at WWDC, and it looks like it’s more than a maintenance release. We talk about the features of iOS 17 that caught our eye, in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. This is episode 846 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola. Listen to episode 846 on Apple Podcasts Listen to episode 846 on Spotify Get info  Click on the links below to learn more about what was discussed on the show.  iOS 17: These five new features make us eager to upgrade A bunch of great iOS 17 features didn’t make the WWDC keynote The best new iOS 17 feature is a toggleiOS 17 Developer Beta made available to all How to subscribe to the…
Macworld The Mac takes center stage on this week’s episode of the Macworld Podcast! We have a new 15-inch MacBook Air, a new Mac Studio, the unveiling of macOS Sonoma, and more! This is episode 845 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola. Listen to episode 845 on Apple Podcasts Listen to episode 845 on Spotify Get Info  Click on the links below to learn more about what was discussed on the show.  15-inch MacBook Air review: Apple’s best laptop, but bigger Mac Studio (M2 Max) review: Re-filling the need for speed macOS 14 Sonoma brings desktop widgets, more private Private browsing to the Mac Subscribe to the Macworld Podcast You can subscribe to the Macworld Podcast—or leave us a review!—right…
Macworld Apple has announced the long-rumored headset, which will be called Vision Pro. That suggests that one day in the not-so-distant future we will see a cheaper Vision headset, rumored to arrive in 2025. Apple isn’t calling Vision Pro a VR headset. Rather it’s referring to the headset as its “first spatial computer” with a big emphasis on how a user will be able to stay present in the physical world while wearing it. Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about how the Vision Pro ushers in “the beginning of a new era for computing.” Here’s everything we know about the Vision Pro headset so far. Want to know what it’s like to wear a Vision Pro? Macworld’s Roman Loyola has…
Macworld Apple’s mixed reality headset is now official, and it is definitely something to behold. We talk about the Apple Vision Pro in this episode of the Macworld Podcast–what it is, the tech behind it, what it will cost, and why would you want one in the first place! This is episode 844 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola. Listen to episode 844 on Apple Podcasts Listen to episode 844 on Spotify Get info Click on the following links to learn more about what was discussed on the show. Apple’s Vision Pro experience is so thrilling, I didn’t want to leaveApple Vision Pro: Apple’s big bet on a brand-new platform starts at $3,499Apple Vision Pro product guideVision Pro…
Macworld It seems like we’ve been waiting forever, but the first Apple keynote of 2023 is finally here—and it’s a big one. We’re expecting a ton of announcements at WWDC 2023, from the unveiling of iOS 17 and macOS 14 to the launch of Apple’s first mixed-reality headset. Follow along with us live right here! WWDC 2023: The annoucements Apple launched numerous updates and new products during the WWDC keynote, including: iOS 17: The best new features iPadOS 17: The best new features macOS 14 Sonoma: The best new features watchOS 10: The best new features 15-inch MacBook Air M2 Ultra, Mac Studio, and Mac Pro Vision Pro: Apple’s first spatial computing headset WWDC 2023: Watch the keynote The WWDC…
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