On this week’s episode of Mac Cult Podcast: Apple is rumored to be planning 12 new Macs featuring the next generation M2. The question is, how much will the reduction slow down the new system? Then there is the iPhone 14, which is likely to have a significant increase – not the type it is looking for. The original HomePod is always amazing. For narcissists, the iPhone 14 could be a high-end smartphone.
Apple can make smart hybrid devices ready to take over your transfer room. When you get tired of wearing headphones, you have options. Very strange options. Listen to this week’s episode of CultCast in your podcast app or your favorite podcast app. (Be sure to subscribe and send us a preview if you like what you hear.) Or watch live streaming videos, embedded below. Special thanks to this week’s sponsor, Squarespace. Get all the tools you need to set up your own website and start selling anything online. Start testing your free website today at squarespace.com/cultcast (no credit card required). Save 10% off your first purchase of a website or community with cultcast code at checkout.
On display this week: Your guest Erfon Elijah (@erfon) and Cult of Mac managing editor Lewis Wallace (@lewiswallace). Here are the headlines we talked about on this week’s show: The discontinued HomePod continues in value. Don’t give up hope for the average Apple TV, HomePod, FaceTime camera. And this is a selection of amazing headset earrings discussed. Turn your iPad into an iMac with a Lululook stand and charger
Continue! The soon-to-be-released offer is for iPad owners. The Cult of Mac is giving away five Lululook seals to five lucky winners. Each bundle, priced at $ 90, features an iPad City magnet magnet and a 33w GaN USB-C charger. The City iPad Magnet stand is available in gray or silver and comes in two sizes. This feed is for 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models.
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