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iPhone 15 Pro Max review, iOS 17.1 beta, macOS Sonoma details on the AppleInsider Podcast

Connectivity options on iPhone 15 Pro

Your AppleInsider Podcast hosts dive in to iPhone 15 Pro Max features including USB-C support, iOS 17.1 developer beta, and more!

Reviews are in for the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 15 Pro. USB-C is a big deal for iPhone, but the camera system in the iPhone 15 Pro Max stole the conversation.

Speaking of iPhone 15, there are some complaints about devices getting too hot. There doesn't seem to be a specific device or software setup that creates the problem, and Apple hasn't said anything about it yet.

Apple restarted the beta cycle with iOS 17.1 and the rest. Some of the features that weren't released in iOS and watchOS are expected to be apart of this release, though nothing is in the betas yet.

macOS Sonoma was released earlier in the week and the new video screensavers are impressive. Stephen had some problems with Safari Profiles that Wesley didn't realize existed, but your hosts find the feature useful if complex.

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