Apple Vision Pro has finally been announced, but there was so much more at WWDC — and it's all on the AppleInsider podcast.
It seems as if the Vision Pro is all anyone can talk about, yet if Tim Cook had ended the presentation before saying "One more thing...", it would still have been a good year. We heard then about updates to the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, that are all so good that you will want to upgrade now.
Unfortunately, you probably can. Host Stephen Robles and guest William Gallagher talk about "accidentally" updating macOS, and the problems it can cause.
Plus as more news has come out from the week-long developers' conference, there is a huge amount to say and to look forward to in iOS 17.
Then there are three new Macs, including the very last Apple desktop to move from Intel to Apple Silicon. The New Mac Pro is finally here, even if it's really the updated Mac Studio that you will want to buy.
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- What are the new features in iPadOS 17?
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