AppleInsider podcast reviews iPhone 8 & Apple Watch Series 3, plus iPhone X impressions
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Dan talk about the best things he's found using the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Neil also comes back to talk about his experiences with the Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular.
- Dan's iPhone 8 review - and the one weird thing he's found with the new camera, iCloud Photo Library, and his iPhone 7 Plus
- The rumor of a 6.46" sized iPhone X in 2018
- The parts in Face ID that are the bottleneck on production yield
- KGI saying the iPhone 8 short lines are in line with expectations (and honestly, didn't we hear that shorter lines was one of Angela Arhendts' goals early on?)
- The iPhone 8 crackling-call-audio issue
- The best things about having LTE on the Apple Watch Series 3 (and it isn't the red dot that Neil loves so well)
- Plus the music streaming features Neil is trying out in watchOS 4.1 beta
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- Super fast, big bionic glass: iPhone 8 Plus Review
- Apple rumored to launch jumbo-sized 6.46-inch iPhone X in 2018
- We'd like to thank Audible for being a sponsor of this week's episode. They have a large, unmatched catalogue. Won't you give them a listen?
- Third report reaffirms iPhone X TrueDepth Face ID camera is bottleneck for Apple
- KGI: iPhone 8 sales in line with expectations, analysts overplay short Apple store lines
- Apple says fix coming for 'crackling' iPhone 8 audio
- Review: Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular further establishes an emerging computing platform
- watchOS 4.1 will bring LTE music and radio streaming to Apple Watch Series 3
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