The MacRumors Show: RIP Apple Car

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss Apple’s decision to cancel its long-rumored electric vehicle project. Despite Apple’s reputation for innovation, the company struggled to achieve the breakthroughs necessary to offer a viable self-driving car. The project’s ambitious scope and shifting focus led to repeated setbacks. Earlier this week, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman […]

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The MacRumors Show: Brian Tong Talks Vision Pro and Apple Sports

YouTuber Brian Tong joins us on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show to talk about the Vision Pro, the new Apple Sports app, enhanced iMessage security, and more. Brian shares his in-depth thoughts on the Apple Vision Pro headset, including travel scenarios, where it fits in with his other devices, and his favorite features. […]

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The MacRumors Show: iPhone 16 Pro’s Rumored Features and Improvements

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we talk through all of the major features and improvements rumored for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 Pro models. With the iPhone 16 lineup likely just seven months away and after over a year of rumors, we discuss the tentpole features expected on the upcoming devices, such as […]

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The MacRumors Show: One Week With Apple Vision Pro ft. Quinn Nelson

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, Snazzy Labs‘ Quinn Nelson joins us to talk about the first week using Apple’s long-awaited Vision Pro headset. Now that they each have one, Quinn and Dan discuss whether the Vision Pro meets their expectations. A significant portion of our dialogue is dedicated to the technical aspects […]

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Apple Testing Slim Camera Bump Design for Base Model iPhone 16

Over the course of the last few months, Apple has been experimenting with different camera bump designs for the standard iPhone 16 models. We outlined three of Apple’s prototype designs back in December, but now Apple has shifted focus once again. Apple’s latest prototype features a vertical camera arrangement with a pill-shaped raised surface, and […]

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Apple Vision Pro Apps to Check Out

The Vision Pro is available today with a whole new App Store, and developers large and small have created apps optimized for the spatial computing device. Optimized apps are those that take advantage of the immersive capabilities offered by the Vision Pro, but users will also find that many iPad apps can operate on the […]

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Apple Vision Pro Apps to Check Out

The Vision Pro is available today with a whole new App Store, and developers large and small have created apps optimized for the spatial computing device. Optimized apps are those that take advantage of the immersive capabilities offered by the Vision Pro, but users will also find that many iPad apps can operate on the […]

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The MacRumors Show: March Apple Event Rumors and iOS 18’s ‘Biggest’ Ever Update

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss Apple’s potential March event to unveil new iPad and Mac models, iOS 18 as the “biggest” ever iPhone software update, and the first reviews of the Vision Pro headset. We explore the major products Apple is expected to unveil in March, including a new 12.9-inch […]

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The MacRumors Show: The Mac’s 40th Birthday, Vision Pro Apps, and Apple Car Rumors

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss the 40th anniversary of the Macintosh, some of the latest controversy surrounding apps for the Vision Pro headset, and the news of Apple’s vehicle project yet again being scaled back. The original Macintosh, unveiled by Steve Jobs, was a game-changer with its graphical user interface […]

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The MacRumors Show: Apple Vision Pro Pre-Orders, CES 2024, and Samsung’s New AI Phones

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss CES 2024, Samsung’s S24 lineup, and the latest news surrounding Apple’s Vision Pro headset. We take a look at some of the latest advancements in TV technology, including transparent models from LG, and AI assistants like Rabbit R1. We also look at some of the […]

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The MacRumors Show: Apple Vision Pro Pre-Orders, CES 2024, and Samsung’s New AI Phones

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss CES 2024, Samsung’s S24 lineup, and the latest news surrounding Apple’s Vision Pro headset. We take a look at some of the latest advancements in TV technology, including transparent models from LG, and AI assistants like Rabbit R1. We also look at some of the […]

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Apple Vision Pro Now Available for Pre-Order

Apple is now accepting pre-orders for the Apple Vision Pro, the company’s first spatial computing device. Orders are live in the U.S. online store, with the Vision Pro limited to the United States for the time being. The Apple Store app on an iPhone or iPad with Face ID is the best way to order […]

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The MacRumors Show: Everything to Expect From Apple in 2024

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we take a look forward at all of Apple’s biggest rumored announcements for 2024. 2024 is shaping up to be a very busy year for Apple, likely kicking off with the launch of the Vision Pro headset around February. Redesigned iPad Pro models with larger display and […]

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The MacRumors Show: Apple’s 2023 Year in Review

In the final episode of The MacRumors Show for 2023, we take a look back and evaluate Apple’s year as a whole. The year kicked off in January with an unusual array of hardware releases consisting of the relaunch of the HomePod alongside the release of the M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pros, as […]

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The MacRumors Show: 2024 Apple Rumor Q&A

As 2023 begins to draw to a close, on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show we take your questions about Apple rumors and more. We answer your queries about the chances of another Apple event for Vision Pro, whether the device really has the potential to replace the Mac, and the potential “failure” of […]

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The MacRumors Show: Should Apple Allow iMessage for Android?

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss the recent controversy around Android apps that seek to enable iMessage functionality. Several companies have been vying to offer solutions for Android users who wish to send and receive iMessages for some time. Most recently, “Beeper Mini” offered a way to do so with no […]

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The MacRumors Show: Is Apple One Worth It?

Following the recent Apple One price hike, on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show we take a closer look at Apple’s subscription bundle and each of the services within it. Apple One is a bundle of Apple subscription services available at a lower overall price. The “Individual” plan includes iCloud+ (50GB), Apple TV+, Apple […]

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The MacRumors Show: Kevin Nether Talks Key iPhone 16 Features

YouTuber Kevin Nether, also known as “Kevin the Tech Ninja,” joins us on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show to take a closer look at the rumors surrounding the iPhone 16 lineup for the first time. While the devices are still likely around ten months away, there are already a multitude of rumors about […]

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The MacRumors Show: iOS 18’s AI Features

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss the widely rumored array of AI features heading for iOS 18 and Apple’s other major software updates in 2024. Supply chain checks suggest that Apple is building servers to deliver cloud-based AI in late 2024, as well as locally-processed “edge-AI.” The company is reportedly planning […]

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The MacRumors Show: Is Apple Finally Taking Gaming Seriously? ft. TouchArcade

TouchArcade‘s Jared Nelson and Eli Hodapp join us on this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show to talk through the current state of gaming in Apple’s ecosystem. TouchArcade is MacRumors‘ sister site that focuses on iOS gaming. Jared is the website’s Editor-in-Chief and host of The TouchArcade Show podcast, while Eli is Jared’s predecessor, the […]

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