AppleInsider podcast talks MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, the meaning of 'Pro,' and iPhone newsThis week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Dan discuss Dan's MacBook Pro review, MacBook Pros, what happens when Siri becomes a chatbot in Messages, and the latest in iPhone news and rumors.
AppleInsider editors Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor Marks wrap up the controversy over MacBook Pro:
- Dan's MacBook Pro with Touch Bar review
- MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is available in a limited number of Apple Stores
- Apple instituting a repair program for iPhone 6 Plus with 'touch disease'
- BeatsX with W1 chip to be available on Dec. 16
- Fnac claims Airpods will ship Nov. 30
- 'iPhone 2017' to have a 5.1 or 5.2 inch, display adding a new size to the existing lineup
- 'iPhone 2018' to be the year of the dual lens camera reaching market saturation
- Apple uploading iPhone call logs to iCloud
- Siri becoms a chatbot participant in Messages
- Apple Automation guru Sal Sogohoian leaves Apple
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Show note links:
- Review: Apple's late-2016 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar
- Apple's Touch Bar MacBook Pro available for in-store pickup, stock limited
- Apple activates iPhone 6 Plus repair program to address 'touch disease'
- B&H claims Apple's BeatsX earbuds will go on sale Dec. 16
- French retailer claims Nov. 30 shipping ship date for Apple AirPods
- Apple's new high-end OLED 2017 iPhone expected to feature 5.1"-5.2" display
- Dual-lens cameras expected to be the de facto iPhone standard by 2018
- Apple automatically uploading iPhone call logs to iCloud, forensics firm says [u]
- Apple invention integrates Siri into iMessage, aids in peer-to-peer financial transactions
- Apple dissolves Mac automation management post, Sal Soghoian to leave company
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