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M3 MacBook Air arrives, Apple Vision Pro stays, and Apple Car goes

A MacBook Air with (inset on screen) a mockup Apple Car

We've had one month with Apple Vision Pro, we're seeing strange days with the EU and Epic Games, plus the M3 MacBook Air is here, all on the AppleInsider podcast.

While one part of Apple has been busy launching a brand new computing platform with the Apple Vision Pro, another has been pressing ahead with the Mac. This week saw the quiet release of the new M3 MacBook Air and it's a case of how nothing has changed on the outside, but so much is faster on the inside.

While the M3 MacBook Air is now the newest Apple device, we are still in the very earliest days of the Apple Vision Pro. So Wes Hilliard talks about one month wearing the headset — and for a self-confessed fan of the device, he still knows there is a lot to criticize about it.

Plus more details have come out about the Apple Car's cancellation, and it's not what you'd call a pretty story. As we piece together different bits of information, it looks like Project Titan was a surprising mess from the start.

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