The MacRumors Show: How We Use Our Apple Devices

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show podcast we talk through our Apple device setups, must-have non-Apple gadgets, and Black Friday deals. After a busy year of new Apple product launches, we take a step back to consider our current device setups, why we chose the devices we’ve purchased, and how we use them […]

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The MacRumors Show: Apple Headset Introduction Rumors, Unreleased Magic Charger, and More

This week on The MacRumors Show podcast we discuss Apple’s long-awaited mixed-reality headset, as well as Emergency SOS via satellite and the unreleased “Magic Charger” accessory. Following the release of the Emergency SOS via satellite feature for the iPhone 14 lineup earlier this week, we talk through demoing the feature and our expectations for where […]

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Report Reveals Apple Employees Internally Unhappy With Plans to Show More Ads to iPhone Users

A new report has revealed internal disagreement within Apple, causing some employees who work on the company’s ads business to raise concerns that showing more ads to iPhone users ruins the premium experience that’s been long offered to its customers, The Information reports. The lengthy report by The Information takes a deep dive into how […]

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Google could soon show advertising apps directly in Play Store search

It is no secret that major tech companies, including Google, rely heavily on advertising to generate a large portion of their revenue. In-app advertising is a norm and is the way for apps to earn their dues. While this was a norm for third-party apps, now Google has also joined the in-app advertising bandwagon. According […]

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The MacRumors Show: John Gruber Talks macOS Ventura and Upcoming Macs

John Gruber joins us this week on The MacRumors Show podcast to discuss the key features of macOS Ventura and upcoming Mac models. John is a technology blogger, UI designer, and the inventor of Markdown. He has written for his Apple and technology-focused blog, Daring Fireball, since 2002, and hosts The Talk Show Podcast, which […]

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Xiaomi 13 Pro renders show a curved display that will allegedly be slightly smaller than before

A few weeks ago we saw an alleged live photo of the Xiaomi 13 Pro. While the phone is expected to pack the same 1” IMX989 sensor as the 12S Ultra, the design seen in the photo was quite restrained – nothing like the “look at me!” design of the Ultra. Now OnLeaks and Zoutons […]

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These epic infographics show how Microsoft stacks up against Apple, Google, and Amazon

The rather awesome newsletter App Economy Insights recently shared a range of interesting graphics that give a granular look at how Microsoft stacks up against some of its biggest competitors.  Microsoft posted strong Q4 2022 results a couple of weeks back, emphasizing a commitment to gaming while showing solid performance across Surface and other verticals. […]

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The MacRumors Show: Is iPadOS 16 a Good Update? ft. Federico Viticci

Following the official release of iPadOS 16, Federico Viticci joins us this week on the The MacRumors Show podcast as we talk through our thoughts on Stage Manager and the overall state of the iPad‘s OS. Federico is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of MacStories. He is an ‌iPad‌ and Shortcuts power-user known for writing and […]

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Realme 10 4G renders show a smaller 6.4″ AMOLED display, different camera

Yesterday we got a look at the specifications of the Realme 10 5G, now let’s look at its 4G sibling. As usual, there is more than just the chipset and connectivity features that separate these two models, in fact they have as many differences as they do similarities. As you can see in the renders […]

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The MacRumors Show: Dissecting the New iPads and Apple TV

Following the announcement of new iPad Pro, entry-level iPad, and Apple TV 4K models earlier this week, on the latest episode of The MacRumors Show podcast we talk through our immediate reactions to the new devices. We discuss the details of Apple’s latest product announcements, including the more powerful Apple TV 4K with the A15 […]

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Apple iPhone SE 4 renders show XR design, surprise no one

There has been much talk that the next iPhone SE model will be based on the iPhone XR from the early notch era. Leakster Jon Prosser backs that up with info by an anonymous source, info that was used by Ian Zelbo to create these 3D renders. Apple iPhone SE 4, speculative renders – Starlight […]

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Android 13 might finally show Chromecast devices in system audio switcher

Android 11 brought the System Audio Switcher feature, a tiny button that appears on music playback widgets and allows you to select the correct audio output device, such as your phone’s speaker or headphones. However, it does not show Chromecast devices on the network. Currently, the only way you can stream audio to a Cast-compatible […]

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Renders show a Lenovo ThinkPhone or it might be the Motorola Edge 40 Fusion

Over 10 years ago Lenovo introduced the ThinkPad Android tablet, however, the sequel (dubbed ThinkPad Tablet 2) ran Windows and so did the ThinkPad 8 and 10 tablets that followed in the years after that. Leaked renders show that the tech giant may be considering leveraging the ThinkPad brand for an Android device once again. […]

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The MacRumors Show: Can Google Finally Beat Apple With Pixel Watch?

Following the “Made by Google” launch event last week, we talk through how the Pixel Watch, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Tablet compare to Apple’s devices on the latest episode of The MacRumors Show podcast. The Pixel Watch features a striking round design with a 41mm stainless steel casing, and offers an always-on […]

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Samsung will take part in the Korea Electronics Show 2022 in Seoul

The Korea Electronics Show will be held from the 4th to the 7th of October at COEX in Seoul, and Samsung will participate in the event. The company is all set to introduce a bunch of customized life solutions through SmartThings at the event. Samsung has reportedly set up an exhibition space of 890 square meters so […]

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The MacRumors Show: A Week With the AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch Ultra

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, MacRumors editor Hartley Charlton and videographer Dan Barbera talk in depth about their experiences using the new Apple Watch Ultra and the AirPods Pro 2, both of which launched last week. [embedded content] Listen to The MacRumors Show via apps like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Castro, […]

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Rumored Pixel 7 specs show little deviation from the Pixel 6

Where has the year gone? The Pixel 6 was announced in mid-October 2021 and now its successor is just around the corner – but if rumors are to be believed, it will be nearly the same phone. The Pixel 7 will feature the new Tensor G2 chipset, which will bring some important updates to the […]

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Apple Music Introduced as New Partner for Super Bowl Halftime Show

The National Football League today announced a new partnership with Apple Music for the Super Bowl Halftime Show. The multi-year partnership will see ‌Apple Music‌ replacing Pepsi as the primary sponsor for the show, with ‌Apple Music‌ offering “exclusive details and sneak peeks” leading up to the shows. “We are proud to welcome Apple Music […]

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Latest iOS 16.1 Beta Tweaks Battery Status Bar to Show Visual Charge Level

Apple today released the second beta of iOS 16.1, introducing further tweaks to the battery percentage indicator that is located in the status bar. With today’s beta, the battery level of the icon depletes as the battery depletes, providing a better visual indication of what battery level is at alongside the percentage. If the percentage […]

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The MacRumors Show: Sara Dietschy Talks iPhone 14 Features

YouTuber and content creator Sara Dietschy joins us this week on The MacRumors Show podcast to talk through our experiences of all of the iPhone 14 lineup’s new features. Now that we’ve had some time to try the devices, we take a deep dive into all of the ‌iPhone 14‌ lineup’s improvements, including Emergency SOS […]

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