It's official: Apple's event is on September 12th at 10:00 a.m. Pacific. Apple reversed its stance and endorsed right-to-repair legislation. Plus, Apple defends its App Store before the Australian government.
- Apple announces 'Wonderlust' event expected to feature iPhone 15, Apple Watch Series 9 and more.
- "Wonderlust" invite is the first invitation since 2020 not to contain an AR easter egg.
- iPhone 15 Pro Max starts mass shipments, claims Kuo.
- We're Winning': Apple formally endorses right to repair legislation after spending millions fighting it.
- Apple to buy TSMC's entire supply of 3nm chips for 2023.
- The case for — and against — Apple shipping a larger iMac.
- Giving up the iPad-only travel dream.
- Stephen discusses his time at the Podcast Movement in Denver, and then the panel talks about the future of podcasting.
- "We can’t be cheating because our apps aren’t that successful."
Picks of the Week
- Jason's Pick: Relay FM for St. Jude
- Andy's Picks: Panels comic book reader
- Stephen's Picks: Downie, Transloader, & Hazel
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- Apple Announces 'Wonderlust' Event Expected to Feature iPhone 15, Apple Watch Series 9 and More
- "Wonderlust" invite is the first invitation since 2020 not to contain an AR easter egg, says 9to5Mac
- iPhone 15 Pro Max starts mass shipments, claims Kuo
- We're Winning': Apple Formally Endorses Right to Repair Legislation After Spending Millions Fighting It
- Apple to Buy TSMC's Entire Supply of 3nm Chips for 2023
- The Case For — and Against — Apple Shipping a Larger iMac
- Has Apple's oldest Mac overstayed its welcome?
- Giving up the iPad-only travel dream
- Fire alarms and bleeding audio at Podcast Movement 2023
- We can’t be cheating because our apps aren’t that successful: Apple
- Relay FM for St. Jude
- Panels Comic Book Reader for iOS