For this quincentennial 500th AppleInsider podcast, host Stephen Robles welcomes back Neil Hughes and with William Gallagher, try to get excited over the new Apple Pencil.
It's as if Apple decided to make a barely perceptible change to its Apple Pencil line up just to give you and we time to commemorate half a thousand episodes of the AppleInsider Podcast. Host Stephen and guest William are joined by previous host Neil to answer listeners' questions, discuss favorite old Apple news, and also examine where Apple is going next.
It turns out that there is more to the new Apple Pencil, at least fractionally more, but listeners want to know about Apple's past and where all of us suspect it's going next.
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Links from the show
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- Another leaker asserts impending iPad update
- Apple seeds iOS 17.1, iPadOS 17.1 release candidates
- Apple Stores could update iPhones without opening boxes
- Apple's Thunderbolt 4 Pro cable design revealed under CT scan
- AirTag 2 rumored to arrive in early 2025
- TimePorter Watch Band Wall Mount
- GitHub -Live Wallpaper Download Script for macOS Sonoma (and later)
- Rewind Pendant
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