Apple introduced Spatial Video recording in iOS 17.2, the M3 Max MacBook Pro gets reviewed, and more on this week's episode of the AppleInsider Podcast.
Stephen finally buys an M3 Pro MacBook Pro after fighting the urge for hours, if not days. M3 Pro is a big step up from the M1 series, but all eyes are on what M3 Ultra will offer.
The show ends with a discussion about the future of computing and what the Humane Ai Pin represents. While it clearly isn't going to replace smartphones, it provides a hint of what might be possible for future AI-powered accessories.
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Links from the show
- Apple Music Classical finally comes to the iPad
- What Apple's three GPU enhancements in A17 Pro and M3 actually do
- MacBook Pro 16-inch M3 Max review: Battery-powered Mac Pro power
- First look at Vision Pro spatial video in new Apple demos
- Apple seeds third iOS 17.2, iPadOS 17.2 developer betas
- Nothing brings iMessage blue bubbles to Android, assuming you want to log in with iCloud
- M3 Ultra could have up to 80 GPU cores
- Early 2024 launch of 12.9-inch iPad rumored by Kuo
- Controversial Humane Ai Pin is here, costs $700
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