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Macworld Podcast On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, it’s all about your hot takes! You have thoughts on the latest happenings in the world of Apple! Let’s hear what you have to say! News Save a few bucks on like-new Macs. Updated Everything you should know about Apple's 2023 events, including keynote details, start times, and everything Apple could launch.
News It'd be pretty cool if Apple didn't just take the current iMac and made it bigger but offered a design variation that's similar to Samsung's M8. News Everything you need to know about WWDC 2023 including when WWDC is, how to watch and the products and software updates to look forward to at Apple's keynote. Deal The mid-tier model is on sale for $679. Feature Save money by buying refurbished–we have details of the best places to buy certified refurbished Macs and MacBooks. Feature Don't let ChatGPT give you advice on buying a new Mac Feature A community works to extend the life of a Mac well beyond Apple's intentions. Deal B&H Photo is selling the top-of-the-line 14-inch M1 Max MacBook Pro for $2,799. Updated Including the latest version and what's coming in the next update, problems, bugs, new features and compatibility. Deal Every model is on sale for all-time low prices. News Here's what you need to know about the next-generation iMac, including when it will arrive and whether it will offer an M2 or M3 chip. Feature Apple is reportedly planning to launch a MacBook Air with a larger screen in 2023. Here's what we know so far. News Amid ailing Mac sales, Apple is reportedly working on a prototype M3 Pro chip with 12 CPU cores, 18 graphics cores, and 36GB of RAM. Feature Find out how long MacBooks last, how long Apple supports Macs and MacBooks for, and how to tell if a Mac is too old. News Analysis Major technological advancements and a new version of macOS are in the not-too-distant future from Apple, and we might get all the details at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. We talk about it all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast! News Apple's always said it won't make a touchscreen laptop, but that could be changing. Here's what you need to know about why Apple doesn't make a touchscreen Mac, but could do in the future. News It won’t be long now—we think.
Stay Foolish On May 6, 1998, Apple introduced the iMac. And the rest is history.