Alleged details of iOS 17, the launch of Apple's long-awaited savings account, and the release of the new Steve Jobs book "Make Something Wonderful," and more, all on this week's episode of the AppleInsider Podcast.
It's been a busy week of rumors and your hosts discuss an alleged list of what's coming in iOS 17. At the same time, it looks like Haptic buttons won't be happening after all, though the separately-rumored programmable mute button might be useful.
Next, newly-discovered code plus an active backend seem to show Apple that could launch its Savings account as soon as Monday. There's no debate here — both Wesley and Stephen will happily take advantage of the service whenever it becomes available.
This week also saw the release of a book that collects a series of Steve Jobs quotes and images was released. As good as "Make Something Wonderful" is as a book, your hosts discuss their hope for a documentary about Apple's founder on Apple TV+.
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- There is a free book about Steve Jobs life and accomplishments
- iOS 17 allegedly detailed by anonymous leaker with little new information
- iPhone 15 Pro may not get solid-state buttons due to technical issues
- Physical iPhone 15 Pro mockup shows rumored features
- Apple's long-awaited Savings account may launch on April 17
- YouTube adds SharePlay support for Premium members
- New Max' streamer combines HBO Max and Discovery+
- Former Apple PR head Katie Cotton has passed away
- SDW Tweet Thread
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